Engineering: Regents' Engineering Pathways Program (REPP)
This is a two-year engineering transfer program that facilitates admission* to Georgia Tech, the University of Georgia, Kennesaw State University, Georgia Southern University or Mercer University's engineering programs. Students may apply to one or more baccalaureate engineering programs after completion of curriculum requirements. Admission and curriculum requirements for 4-year programs vary by institution.
The REPP provides Columbus State students the ability to complete two to three years of engineering courses, general core classes, computer programming courses, mathematics courses from Calculus I to Calculus III, Linear Algebra, Differential Equations, two semesters of calculus-based Principles of Physics, and two semesters of Principles of Chemistry at Columbus State University, then transfer to a 4-year engineering program at a set of universities in Georgia to complete their engineering degrees.
Institutions & their degree offered.
|Aerospace, Biomedical, Chemical and Biomolecular, Civil, Computer, Electrical, Environmental, Industrial, Materials Science, Mechanical, Nuclear and Radiological|
|University of Georgia||Agricultural, Biochemical, Biological, Civil, Computer Systems, Electrical and Electronics, Environmental, Mechanical|
|Kennesaw State University||Apparel and Textiles, Civil, Construction, Electrical, Environmental, Manufacturing Operations, Mechanical, Mechatronics, Supply Chain Logistics, Surveying and Mapping, Systems|
|Georgia Southern University||Civil, Construction Management, Electrical, Manufacturing, Mechanical|
|Mercer University||Biomedical, Computer, Electrical, Environmental, Industrial, Mechanical, Industrial Management, Technical Communication|
Check the Engineering Studies program checklist to see the recommended course of study for your time at CSU.
Dual degree program
Associate of Science
Certificate in Robotics
The Robotics certificate is a seven course, twenty-one credit program open to all majors and to non-degree students. This is a stand-alone certificate that does not require a student to be enrolled in a degree program at CSU. The program is designed to instruct students on the design, construction and programming of robotic and automated systems. Obtaining a certificate in Robotics prepares students for work in robotics and exposes them to several facets of the field. The program allows for a focus on the hardware and modeling or the algorithms, all of which are the integral components of robotics.
Students pursuing the Robotics Certificate take 21 hours of Engineering, Computer Science, and Physics coursework. In many cases, courses counting towards the Robotics Certificate also count towards 2 and 4-year degree programs at CSU, including Engineering Studies, Astrophysics and Planetary Geology, Environmental Science, Geology, Earth and Space Sciences Secondary Education, Applied Computing, Cybersecurity, Games Programming, and Software Systems.
For detailed course requirements, see CSU's current catalog. For more information on the Robotics Certificate program, contact...
Dr. Lavi Zamstein, 706-507-8089, firstname.lastname@example.org.