Southern University and Agricultural and Mechanical College

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Dean's Welcome 

It is an enormously exciting time to be an engineer--a dynamic career that builds on the rigors of science and mathematics to invent new technology, solve critical problems, and create wealth for society. The scope of this profession encompasses nearly every level of human imagination--from nano-machinery to citywide structures, from operation of living cells to global climate modeling, from vehicles that will take us across town to vehicles that will take us to Mars.

You can begin this journey toward such a future at the Southern University College of Engineering. Our tradition of excellence in education, coupled with outstanding stimulating and friendly educational and research environment, serves over 700 engineering students who have access to the latest equipment in modern facilities. The faculty have widely-varied technical interests, but share the common goal of educating the best engineers possible.

The college offers four undergraduate programs in civil engineering, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering and electronics engineering technology leading to a Bachelor of Science degree.

The College also offers the Master of Engineering Program with three specialty areas: 1) Materials Science and Engineering; 2) Sustainable Systems Engineering, and 3) Engineering Management.

The College offers the Accelerated Bachelor in Engineering to Master of Engineering Program where qualified students are allowed to take graduate level coursework in their senior year. This generally provides students with the opportunity to earn their master's degree in one year after completion of their bachelor's.

 On behalf of the Southern University engineering family, I welcome you to the college and invite you to explore this Web site for more information about our programs and the men and women who will be future leaders in engineering practice and education.

Habib Mohamadian,
Dean of the College of Engineering