The Woodruff School graduates high caliber mechanical engineers for a demanding profession. Mechanical engineers are the foundation of today’s technological world. To do so, we provide enhanced facilities and laboratories to create the best learning environment and we attract outstanding faculty and students. In this period of rapid technology change, the Woodruff School produces mechanical engineers who are vital to our future.
- US News & World Report Mechanical Engineering Undergraduate Program: Ranked #2 in the 2016
- US News & World Report Best Undergraduate Engineering Programs (top degree is PhD): Tied for #4 in 2016
- Corporate Recruiters Ranking for Engineering by the Wall Street Journal: Georgia Tech Ranked #1
- Payscale's Best Public Universities by Salary Potential: Georgia Tech Ranked #6
- Forbes' Best Colleges for Your Money (ROI): Georgia Tech Ranked #6
The Woodruff School offers the following undergraduate degrees:
- Bachelors of Science in Mechanical Engineering
- Bachelors of Science in Nuclear & Radiological Engineering
- Degree Designator: Cooperative Plan
ME Office of Student Services
Office Hours: 8 am – 12 pm and 1 pm – 5 pm, Monday – Friday
Location: MRDC room 3112
A Quick Glance at the Undergraduate Curriculum
Providing students with more flexibility regarding which courses they take is at the heart of the change to the mechanical engineering curriculum. The new Woodruff School curriculum, effective Summer 2012, retains the strengths of the previous program, giving students a broad grounding in the fundamentals as well as experience in professional practice and design. The change in the curriculum lies in the opportunity for students to elect to expand their knowledge beyond mechanical engineering, pursuing interests in multidisciplinary topics, or electing to deeply concentrate in one specialized area of mechanical engineering. Click to view the infographic below to learn more about the new ME curriculum at the Woodruff School. Use your smartphone to scan the QR code for even greater details on the curriculum conversion.