Auburn University has been offering engineering courses since 1872 and has a long and rich tradition of excellence in engineering education. The Samuel Ginn College of Engineering, the state's largest and most prestigious engineering program, produces more than one third of Alabama's engineering graduates and is consistently ranked among the highest public universities offering doctoral programs.
As a major presence in engineering education, you can expect excellent academic, research and outreach programs; computer and laboratory facilities that are second to none; and a world-class faculty. With a dynamic and innovative research program, as well as 12 undergraduate and 10 graduate degree options, the college is recognized as a major contributor to the region's economic development and industrial competitiveness.
In addition, employers consistently tell us that our emphasis on fundamentals, hands-on engineering and a strong work ethic sets Auburn Engineering graduates apart as leaders in the workplace and the community.