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Clemson's College of Engineering, Computing, and Applied Sciences gives students the chance to design prosthetics, build robots, and write code for video games. Our students build a foundation of learning to work through the design process to design and build innovative products that make our world a better place.  We offer students a place to learn and grow and launch their career into any field of their choice.  We have 13 majors within our college, and we are always looking for great minds to be a part of our programs. Here is a list of the majors:

  • Bioengineering
  • Biosystems Engineering
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Computer Engineering
  • Computer Information Systems
  • Computer Science
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Environmental Engineering, Geology
  • Industrial Engineering
  • Materials Science & Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering

Our engineering students are able to work with many different companies to design and build the latest product that will make things work better, run faster, and cost less. Clemson's College of Engineering, Computing, and Applied Sciences offers students a place to learn and grow and launch their career into any field of their choice.


Clemson's College of Engineering, Computing, and Applied Sciences ranks number 11 in the country for Most Innovative Schools among public universities.

Opportunities for employment in the STEM fields is expected to rise more than 10 percent in the next 10 years.

For an engineer, teamwork is vital. We cannot design the next new thing without help from our peers. In a team, we get to hear feedback from creative minds. As we work together to share ideas, the product gets better and the design grows into a more useful tool for the consumer.


Future engineering students should plan to take math and science classes that challenge them to think critically. These classes include, but are not limited to, calculus, physics, chemistry and biology. Taking the highest level of mathematics available at your school will prove helpful in preparing to come to Clemson.

Engineers are thinkers, working hard to be on the cutting edge of research and industry. Having a strong work ethic and a desire to learn are great qualities for an engineering student.

We host on-campus tours on Fridays to allow students to visit Clemson and hear about each major from current Clemson engineering students. We also host several outreach/recruitment events for middle and high school students to hear more about our majors and what it takes to join us in the field of your choice at Clemson University.


Clemson University collaborates with many industries within the community to offer services and help solve problems. Our biosystems engineering students are working on taking the used oil from our cafeterias and turning it into fuel. They want to make sure we take our job seriously and evaluate our impact on the environment. We also have many different student organizations that participate in community outreach events, getting the word out about recycling and taking care of the environment.