School of Engineering
Engineers are in demand. Every industry—from construction to manufacturing and transportation to information technology—needs engineers to solve problems and drive innovation.
At Dunwoody, your engineering education starts on day one. Coursework is project-based, which means theoretical engineering principles are reinforced and experienced through hands-on creation and problem-solving.
In a small-class environment, students learn engineering processes and how to apply them to their particular major. They collaborate with students from a variety of other fields—just like they will out in industry.
Industry routinely provides feedback on the skills, projects, equipment, and software needed to ensure graduates are ready to engage in complex engineering projects from day one. Students gain real-world experience through field trips, industry speakers, internships, and co-op (cooperative education) opportunities.
All students complete a senior project, internship, and/or cooperative education (co-op) experience.