Transfer Students

We welcome transfer students from other four-year institutions as well as community colleges!

Students may be considered for admission if they meet the following criteria:

  • Good academic standing in the college most recently attended
  • Completed a minimum of 4 of the following courses (or their transfer equivalents) with a GPA of 3.0:

    • CHM 207/277 General Chemistry I Lecture and Lab
    • CS 203/273 Introduction to Computer Science Lecture and Lab
    • MTH 201 Calculus I
    • MTH 202 Calculus II
    • MTH 311 Discrete Structures
    • MTH 341 Introduction to Linear Algebra
    • PHY 204/274 General Physics I Lecture and Lab
    • PHY 205/275 General Physics II Lecture and Lab
  • Overall GPA of 3.0

Meeting the criteria above does not guarantee admission and does not guarantee that an admitted student will graduate in a certain length of time.

The Dean should be consulted for any applicant who presents a strong application, but does not meet the minimum standards described above.

Transfer students are strongly advised to meet with the Academic Program Counselor in the Shiley School of Engineering prior to transferring to determine the expected time to complete the degree.

Criteria for Transfer Students to the Shiley School of Engineering from Other Academic Institutions

Students may be considered for admission if they meet the following criteria:

  • Good academic standing in the college most recently attended
  • Completed a minimum of 4 of the following courses (or their transfer equivalents) with a GPA of 3.0:
    • CHM 207/277 General Chemistry I Lecture and Lab
    • CS 203/273 Introduction to Computer Science Lecture and Lab
    • MTH 201 Calculus I
    • MTH 202 Calculus II
    • MTH 311 Discrete Structures
    • MTH 341 Introduction to Linear Algebra
    • PHY 204/274 General Physics I Lecture and Lab
    • PHY 205/275 General Physics II Lecture and Lab
  • Overall GPA of 3.0

Meeting the criteria above does not guarantee admission and does not guarantee that an admitted student will graduate in a certain length of time.

The Dean should be consulted for any applicant who presents a strong application, but does not meet the minimum standards described above.

Transfer students are strongly advised to meet with the Academic Program Counselor in the Shiley School of Engineering prior to transferring to determine the expected time to complete the degree.

Contact:

Lindsay Chelton, Academic Program Counselor
Phone: 503.943.7180
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