Georgia Engineering Schools

Engineering Programs in Georgia
Did You Know?
Georgia's cheapest Engineering Program is located at Augusta Technical College, and costs
$2,232 annually.
More students applied to University of Georgia's Engineering Program than any other school in Georgia, with
17,569 total applicants.
Statewide School Information
Engineering Schools in Georgia:
24
Undergraduate Engineering Programs:
24
Graduate Engineering Programs:
11
Schools With On-Campus Housing:
15
Average Classroom Size:
18 Students
Largest Engineering School:
University of Georgia
(38,837 Students)

Year after year, Georgia ranks in the top 5 and top 10 nationwide in a wide array of business categories. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the engineering businesses that are growing the most are those in the fields of mechanical engineering, environmental engineering, and agricultural engineering.

Environmental engineering is successful in Georgia due to Georgia's biofuel potential. According to Georiga USA, Georgia is the third ranked state with this potential. Georgia energy solution providers and clean energy companies that hire engineering professionals include Suniva, GE Energy, ZF Wind Power, Georgia Biomass, and Saft.

Georgia also has a well-established manufacturing industry, leveraging Quick Start. As for agribusiness, Georgia is the leading industry.

Some larger companies that hire engineering professionals in Georgia include: Home Depot, United Parcel Service, Coca-Cola Enterprises, Delta Air Lines, Aflac, Southern Company, Genuine Parts, First Data, SunTrust Banks, AGCO, Enterprises, Newell Rubbermaid, Mohawk Industries, NCR, and RockTenn.

Engineering Education in Georgia

Students can get degrees at private colleges, such as Devry University that offers a degree in Electrical Electronic / Communications Engineering or from a campus in the extensive public university system. One of the best colleges for an engineering degree is the Atlanta campus of the Georgia Institute of Technology, one of Georgia's public schools.

From Bioengineering and Biomedical Engineering to Nuclear Engineering, this school offers bachelor, master, and doctorate degrees in twelve fields. Some of the unusual fields include Ceramic Sciences and Engineering, Polymer / Plastics Engineering, and Textile Sciences and Engineering. Generally, the schools offer courses that relate to Georgia's industries.

Outlook for Engineering Jobs in Georgia

Although the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) predicts there will be a normal to slower-than-average job growth rate for engineers, Georgia's growing industries may increase the need for engineers in the state. In a 2012 BLS report, the agency found that the Augusta-Richmond County metropolitan area of Georgia and South Carolina is in the top ten metropolitan areas for chemical engineering jobs.

Overall, there are fewer than average civil engineering jobs in the state, but some areas, such as the Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Marietta and the Augusta-Richmond County metropolitan areas, are in the top ten areas for highest employment of civil engineers.

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