Learn how to apply science and math to design, construct, operate and maintain solutions to technical problems
A general engineering background provides you with an understanding of the core math, scientific and technical principles needed for engineering. You’ll learn about problem-solving, as well as gain teamwork, leadership and communications skills.
You’ll explore the various engineering directions offered at Ole Miss in your first year in the general engineering program.
With a bachelor degree in engineering, you’ll be equipped for many engineering – and non-engineering – career paths. This could be as a project engineer, medical doctor, lawyer, military, business person and many other opportunities.
What you’ll find at Ole Miss
In general engineering, you will get:
- Broader horizon – you get the core engineering science principles plus the flexibility to widen your course selection outside of engineering.
- Tailored program – you can choose an emphasis in business, manufacturing, pre-med, and ROTC studies – or one designed around your personal goals.
- Exposure to different disciplines – you can take courses from multiple engineering departments to explore potential career paths.
Adam Smith, Ph.D.
Director of General Engineering
Department Chair and Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering
Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering