College of Engineering

Engineering – All Majors

Aerospace Engineering

Agricultural and Biological Engineering


Civil Engineering

Computer Engineering

Computer Science

Electrical Engineering

Engineering Mechanics

Engineering Physics

Industrial Engineering

Materials Science and Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Nuclear Plasma and Radiological Engineering

Systems Engineering and Design



ICT Procedure:

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General Guidelines for Transferring to Engineering:

  • MATH 220 – Calculus or MATH 221 – Calculus I, MATH 231 – Calculus II, CHEM 102 – General Chemistry I and CHEM 103 – General Chemistry Lab I, and PHYS 211 – University Physics: Mechanics are minimum technical courses necessary to be considered for an ICT to engineering.  Certain curricula may require more courses, depending on grades, space in the major, and other considerations.
  • The College of Engineering typically expects grades of B or higher in all technical courses, though the actual GPA for transfer into different majors may vary depending on space availability and number of transfer applications.
  • Because of the increasing competitiveness for highly requested majors, students who qualify for general admission to the College of Engineering may be given offers for alternative curricula depending on the interests declared in the transfer application.  In this transition period, students should visit 206 Engineering Hall to ensure that the most up-to-date information is available to them as the new procedures are phased in.


Application Periods:

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The College of Engineering will review your application after your grades have been posted and will contact you before the start of the next semester (January for Spring ICT and August for Fall ICT).