Pre-College Program In Engineering
A SOLUTION FOR SUCCESS
Never before has technology played such a crucial role in our lives as it does today. Nor has the need for qualified engineers who can apply that technology been so great. Companies around the world are hiring Tuskegee University engineering graduates. Our graduates are helping to provide comprehensive solutions to technological as well as environmental problems. They are also involved in a variety of exciting areas, from exploring the mysteries of outer space, to developing synthetic fuels for high performance engines. From creating advanced computer systems to devising new process equipment for the factory floor. If you are drawn to engineering, Tuskegee can provide you with the right balance of technical knowledge, a great liberal arts foundation, as well as superior business and management skills that you will need in order to take advantage of the opportunities that lie ahead.
The College of Engineering , Architecture & Physical Sciences (CEAPS) offers degree programs in Aerospace Science Engineering, Chemical Engineering with an Environmental Engineering option, Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering. Each program leads to the Bachelor of Science Degree. CEAPS also offers degree programs in Computer Science, Architecture and Construction Science Management. Students may also earn a Master of Science in either Electrical Engineering or Mechanical Engineering, or a Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering.
For nearly 30 years, Tuskegee University has administered a comprehensive pre-college program designed to recruit, prepare and graduate minorities in engineering. High school rising and graduating seniors spend from one to eight weeks on campus, depending on the program in which they are enrolled, taking classes, engaging in research, attending seminars, performing experiments and attending carefully designed field trips. These activities are designed to motivate and prepare students for study and careers in engineering. Students will also have access to campus resources including computers, libraries, athletic facilities and health services.
For further information, contact:
Assistant to the Dean for Student Development and Special Programs
Tuskegee University, Tuskegee, Alabama 36088
Phone: (334) 727-8946 or (334) 727-8355
Fax: (334) 727-8090