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Academic Programs offered in Tbilisi
San Diego State University programs in Georgia prepare students to excel in science and technology fields. The classrooms, engineering and science laboratories, and computer workstations are designed to meet the same criteria and provide the same technologies that are used in San Diego State University in the United States. Our degree programs offer a balance of theory and practice that prepares students for the broadest range of employment opportunities and graduate studies. In their final year, students participate in a course that emphasizes teamwork, oral and written communication, and creative thinking.
All instruction at SDSU-Georgia is in English, and core courses are taught by SDSU faculty from the United States.
SDSU offers the following Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree programs in Georgia:
- Computer Science - Designed to provide students a fundamental understanding of modern computing methodology and programming practices along with a complementary knowledge of hardware. Computer Science includes a wide variety of specialties and application areas such as artificial intelligence, robotics, graphics, systems programming, simulation, and computer networks.
- Computer Engineering - Offers courses that teach students to design and build computers and digital systems of all sizes:
- Large systems that predict the weather, recreate physical systems and environments (virtual reality), and handle banking and airline reservations,
- Tiny computers that are inside automobiles, appliances, CD players, and cellular phones
- Personal computers used in offices and homes everywhere.
- Computer engineers also design and develop the programs that control these computers.
- Electrical Engineering - Provides core courses in each of the key areas of electrical engineering: machines for processing and communication of information, the generation and distribution of electric power, and the study and application of electromagnetic phenomena. Mastery of engineering design is emphasized through work on open-ended problems with realistic design constraints. The curriculum attempts to achieve a balance between theory and practice that will prepare graduates for both immediate employment and post-graduate study.
- Chemistry/Biochemistry – Addresses the entire subject domain, including analytical, inorganic, organic, physical, and biochemistry with an emphasis in laboratory study and practical application. The SDSU Chemistry curriculum offers students an unusual amount of hands-on laboratory experience. Laboratories provide hours of small class instruction with experienced instructors. Students will learn a wide range of current techniques, use sophisticated instruments, and gain experience through group problem solving.
- Civil Engineering - Because the engineer's work is predominantly intellectual and varied and not of a routine mental or physical character, this SDSU program places emphasis upon the mastery of a strong core of subject matter in the physical sciences, mathematics, and the engineering sciences. Woven through the pattern is a continuing study of the social sciences and humanities, because engineering graduates must expect to find their best expression as leaders, conscious of the social and economic implications of their decisions.
- Construction Engineering - Reflects a collaborative effort between the construction industry and the university to provide effective and vigorous workforce development. The program emphasizes the following teaching objectives:
- A core educational curriculum emphasizing the theory and practice of construction engineering and management of construction enterprises
- A diverse general education curriculum to support the application of intellectual curiosity to a sometimes-hidebound industry