George Washington University School of Engineering and Applied Science
The School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS) is a college within George Washington University in Washington, D.C. which specializes in engineering, technology and communications, and transportation. The school has both undergraduate and graduate programs.
With approximately 500 students enrolled, SEAS has a variety of undergraduate programs.
Applied Science and Technology (bachelor of arts)
Biomedical Engineering (bachelor of science)
Civil Engineering (bachelor of science)
The Department of (CEE) at SEAS has eleven full time teaching and/or research . The department chair is W. M. Kim Roddis, Ph.D., P.E. The following programs are currently offered by the department as B.S. options (note that all BS degrees are degrees in civil engineering, not the concentration):
- This option is the most general of the options and has a bias toward structural engineering studies.
- This is the same degree, but with more emphasis in medical school preparation. Some changes include more requirements in chemistry and organic chemistry, and introduction to circuit theory.
- The option in environmental engineering provides a strong foundation in environmental chemistry, water resources, wastewater treatment process and design, hazardous waste, and air pollution.
5-year Bachelor's/Master's programs - The department recently enacted two options for both general CE and EE option students to complete a Master of......