Prospective Students


  • Florida State University has joined a group of 36 higher education institutions across the country to launch Gig.U: The University Community Next Generation Innovation Project. The group advocates for faster off-campus Internet services.

  • A StarMetro city bus route runs between FSU and the College of Engineering every ½ hour from 6:50PM–10:10PM Monday thru Friday and Noon–6:00PM on the weekends. As always, this route is free to all current students and employees with a valid FSU ID card.

  • Explore the wonderful and rich history of Florida A&M University in the FAMU Digital Resource Center. Check out archives of Rattler yearbooks, the FAMUAN, Journey magazine, commencement programs, and sports publications.

  • Teaching and research at the College of Engineering is carried out in 200,000 square-feet of state-of-the-art facilities at the Innovation Park Campus. Over $125 million of research is being conducted under single and multiyear contracts.

  • Engineering Students and Faculty have access to many multi-disciplinary research centers, institutes and labs: APS, CAPS, CISCOR, ESC, FCAAP, FREEDM, HPMI, IESES, NHMFL.

  • The College of Engineering was selected as one of three engineering programs in the US to receive the 2009 Claire L. Felbinger Award for Diversity, awarded annually since 2005, by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET.

Degree Programs

The FAMU-FSU College of Engineering has five academic departments offering degree programs at the BS, MS, MEng, and PhD levels. All undergraduate degree programs are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET and the parent institutions (FAMU and FSU) are accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS).

Each degree program has defined a set of program objectives and student learning outcomes. Graduates from each degree program have successfully demonstrated student learning outcomes through completion of their academic degree requirements. In addition, each department has established a systematic process for continuous improvement of degree programs which involve assessment and evaluation of program objectives and student learning outcomes.