Autonomous vehicles and AI: Citadel’s future engineers prepared to thrive in evolving technical landscape

The availability of highly skilled engineers prepared to help lead the development of A.I. and its associated industries in the Charleston, South Carolina area is vital to the state’s competitiveness and its economy. The Citadel School of Engineering, one of America’s oldest engineering programs, is meeting that growing demand.

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Top jobs for School of Engineering graduates; what they say about The Citadel

Candace works at the Google Data Center in Monks Corner, South Carolina. “I decided to attend The Citadel Graduate College, because they’re seen as the best in the Lowcountry for Project Management.”

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Citadel senior’s ‘say yes’ attitude leads to No. 2 national ranking among ROTC cadets

It’s the second year in a row a Citadel cadet has achieved a top 10 ranking on the prestigious list prepared annually by the U.S. Army Cadet Command.

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The Citadel School of Engineering Dean earns national recognition

During his tenure as dean, The Citadel School of Engineering has grown more than 200 percent and has more than doubled its offerings. New programs developed in the past five years include Construction Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Project Management.

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Nine ways The Citadel encourages innovation

The Citadel is ranked among the most innovative schools in the South, and to celebrate, we rounded up some of the ways the college has encouraged innovation.

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The Lure of Bagpipes

In high school, Connor Fuhrman was a party-loving lacrosse player without a care for his future. He became the Regimental Academic Officer responsible for the academic success of the Corps of Cadets.

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