Five programs of three faculties of the Georgian Technical University are chosen on the first stage for ABET accreditation: two programs – from Faculty of Civil Engineering, one program – from Faculty of Power Engineering and Telecommunication and two programs – from Faculty of Informatics and Control Systems.
To the Faculty of Civil Engineering belong the following Bachelor of Science degree programs: “Civil Engineering (CIVE)” and “Construction Engineering (CONE)”. Programs provide a general civil and construction engineering degree at the undergraduate level with the option to focus on technical electives from offered discipline areas. These areas include: constructions, water engineering, HVAC, hydraulic engineering, transportation engineering and architectural engineering.
“Civil Engineering” is 240 ESTC credit program which consists from 1-3 year part (180 credits – Fundamental Sciences, General Education courses and Core Engineering courses), Technical elective courses (31 credits –1. Water and Wastewater Engineering, 2. Heating, Ventilating, and Air-Conditioning Engineering and 3. Transportation Engineering), Introduction to Capstone Design Project and Capstone Design Project.
“Construction Engineering” is 240 ESTC credit program which consists from 1-3 year part (180 credits – Fundamental Sciences, General Education courses and Core Engineering courses), Technical elective courses (31 credits – 1. Constructions. 2. Hydraulic Engineering and 3. Architectural Engineering), Introduction to Capstone Design Project and Capstone Design Project.
To the Faculty of Power Engineering and Telecommunication belong the following Bachelor of Science degree program: Electrical Engineering.
“Electrical Engineering” program is on the beginning stage of preparation for ABET accreditation.
To the Faculty of Informatics and Control Systems belong the following Bachelor of Science degree programs: “Computer Engineering” and “Big Data Systems”.
“Computer Engineering” program is on the beginning stage of preparation for ABET accreditation.
“Big Data Systems” is 240 ESTC credit program. The duration of the program is 4 years (8 semesters). Basic specialty - 210 credits, free components - 30 credits. From 210 credits of basic specialty 198 credits are obligatory and 12 credits are selective. 6 credits are selected out for teaching practice and 12 credits – for final project.