SEAS offers a variety of Undergraduate, Master's, Graduate Certificate, Professional and Doctoral programs. The mission of SEAS is to prepare our graduates to meet the technological challenges of the twenty-first century. To fulfill this mission, SEAS maintains modern curricula, extensive computer facilities, and a wide variety of engineering laboratories.
Undergraduate and graduate admissions are each handled differently in SEAS. The University Admissions Office, as part of the standard undergraduate admissions process, handles undergraduate admissions. The SEAS Admissions department, located in Tompkins Hall, handles graduate admissions.
Important Information for International Students:
The George Washington University cannot admit you or send you a student visa document (I-20 or DS-2019) until you have submitted financial certification showing sufficient funds to pay for your educational expenses. The process to obtain a student visa from a U.S. consulate abroad usually takes at least three months. For this reason, we strongly recommend that you submit your financial certificate when you send in the rest of your application materials.