Whether you aspire to a career as an engineer, you are deeply interested in computing, or you simply want to be prepared for careers in other fields that rely increasingly on a basic understanding of technology, SEAS offers undergraduate academic programs to meet your academic interests.
Why study biomedical engineering
Why study computer engineering
Why study computer science
Why study electrical engineering
Why study mechanical engineering
Why study systems engineering
SEAS offers a variety of minors for undergraduate students to choose from. Admission criteria and requirements for each minor vary. Students interested in a minor should consult the University Bulletin for all minor requirements and speak to a faculty advisor in the respective department. If you have any questions, please email [email protected].
- Biomedical Engineering / BME Department
- Computer Engineering / ECE Department
- Computer Science / CS Department
- Electrical Engineering / ECE Department
- Mechanical Engineering / MAE Department
- Operations Research / EMSE Department
- Systems Engineering / EMSE Department
Qualified SEAS students may also participate in GW’s University Honors Program or its Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps (NROTC) program. If you are interested in either program, we encourage you to read these descriptions and talk to other SEAS students who already are enrolled in the programs.
University Honors Program
The mission of the University Honors Program is to challenge our students with a rigorous education and to invite their engagement in and contributions to a community of scholars. Our distinctive curriculum promotes a broad liberal education that encourages students both to probe the most foundational questions of humanity and to apply their understanding to complex problems of the world today. We expect our students to strive for academic excellence and to contribute to our community, enhancing their course work with research and other experiential opportunities and working with our faculty and staff to promote their intellectual and personal development throughout their undergraduate years. Visit the University Honors Program website for more information about the program's admission process.
The George Washington Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps (NROTC) is a unique and exciting experience that adds military training, opportunities and knowledge to the typical undergraduate program. The program is comprised of midshipmen and prior-enlisted sailors and Marines from GW, Catholic University, University of Maryland at College Park, Georgetown University and Howard University. Visit the NROTC website for more information about the program.