The best student-centered engineering experience in America! 

The Samuel Ginn College of Engineering is focused on providing the best student-centered engineering experience in America. We pride ourselves on providing hands-on, experiential learning opportunities for students both inside and outside the classroom. By providing a student-centered learning experience and high levels of engagement with faculty, we graduate engineers capable of addressing some of the world’s most pressing challenges in the engineering field.

Future Undergraduate

Teams Competition Outreach Event

Your future starts in the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering. With 10 diverse, nationally-ranked programs you will embark on a path filled with opportunities and experiences that will make you proud to be an Auburn Engineer.

Current Undergraduate

Students at Career Fair

Discover the resources, and activities our college offers for the highest-quality engineering education. From our world-renowned faculty to our groundbreaking technologies, everything you need for success is at your fingertips.

Future Graduate Student

Graduate Student

With an engineering foundation under your belt, our graduate program will connect you with your research interests to build upon your undergraduate momentum. We offer fellowships and real-world application for a successful graduate experience.

Future Online Student

Online Student

With an engineering foundation under your belt, our graduate program will connect you with your research interests to build upon your undergraduate momentum. We offer fellowships and real-world application for a successful graduate experience.

Auburn Engineering News

Rankings

30th Undergraduate
Program Ranking
Among Public Institutions
(U.S. News & World Report)
Top 30
in Number of Engineering Bachelor's Degrees Awarded
(American Society for Engineering Education)
31st Graduate
Program Ranking
Among Public Institutions
(U.S. News & World Report)
No. 19
Graduate Online Program Ranking
(U.S. News & World Report)
Top 50
in Undergraduate Degrees Awarded to Women
(U.S. News & World Report)
5,214
Undergraduate Students

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