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Graduate Program Dedicated to Automotive Engineering

Students in frame of carOver 200 students are pursuing graduate degrees in automotive engineering. Our diverse student body shares two things – a hunger for knowledge and a passion for the car.

Thanks to the work of our world-class faculty, our students learn in a distinctive research-and-educational program that focuses on the vehicle and its infrastructure from a systems integration perspective. We devote our entire program to the discipline of automotive engineering. This focus sets us apart and gives our students remarkable opportunities. It’s one of the reasons that over 99 percent of alumni are using their degrees in either the automotive industry or academia.

Students workingWe are located in the Carroll A. Campbell Jr. Graduate Engineering Center (CGEC) at the Clemson University’s International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR) campus in Greenville, South Carolina. CGEC is a state-of-the-art building equipped with full-scale vehicle testing equipment. Coupled with the services of our highly-skilled technical staff, the facilities are like a wonderland for bright, inquisitive students.

Please browse the site to learn more about our academic program, opportunities for students, unique location, and research.