The Samuel Ginn College of Engineering represents the largest engineering program in Alabama, producing about half of the state's engineering graduates. Undergraduate offerings are varied and include aerospace, biosystems, chemical, civil, computer science and software, electrical and computer, industrial and systems, materials, mechanical, and polymer and fiber engineering.
A major research institution, the college also offers 29 master's and doctoral degrees. Our graduates become the engineers, business leaders and teachers that power the state's and the nation's economies.
Auburn's Office of Career Development Services helps pair students looking for jobs with employers.
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The College is Auburn's largest, with a large and diverse workforce. Check this site for faculty and post doctorate positions.
The College also offers employment opportunities for a wide range of administrative positions, including laboratory techs, writers, administrative assistants, accountants, and recruiters. Check the Auburn University Online Employment site for a listing of open positions and directions for applying.