SDSU Georgia, in close collaboration with our three Georgian partner universities, focuses on providing a high-quality STEM undergraduate education to train an advanced workforce that will help meet the growing needs of an expanding Georgian and regional economy.
SDSU established a STEM campus in Tbilisi, Georgia in 2014 and admitted its first cohort of students in 2015. SDSU Georgia programs will have up to 600 graduates in five cohorts. SDSU’s Bachelor of Science degree programs offered through the partnership are:
- BS Computer Engineering
- BS Electrical Engineering
- BS Chemistry/ Biochemistry
- BS Computer Science
- BS Civil Engineering
- BS Construction Engineering.
Degree Programs with Tbilisi State University [LINK]
Degree Programs with Ilia State University [LINK]
Degree Programs with Georgian Technical University [LINK]