MaconCatalog : The School of Engineering : Admission for Transfer Students to the BS Degree Program
 
Admission for Transfer Students to the BS Degree Program
Full Admission
Transfer students who seek full admission to the School of Engineering BS degree programs, Industrial Management or Technical Communication, must satisfy the following conditions:
1. Have a minimum of a 2.5 GPA in all college enrollments;
2. Have completed courses which transfer as MAT 133, and two courses (8 semester hours) of laboratory science (BIO, CHM, ENB, ENV, PHY).
3. Be in good standing at their previous school---that is, not on warning, probation, suspension, or the equivalent.
 
Conditional Admission
Students who have completed a course which transfers as MAT 133 and have not yet completed two laboratory science courses (BIO, CHM, ENB, ENV, PHY) but who are otherwise eligible, may be granted conditional admission to a School of Engineering BS degree program. Full admission will not be granted until these courses have been completed satisfactorily. Students who are granted conditional admission to the School of Engineering will have their academic performance evaluated at the end of each semester by the Scholarship and Academic Standards Committee of the School of Engineering. Students who have not earned a term average of at least 2.0 in any given semester during this period will be suspended from the School of Engineering. Students conditionally admitted will remain in this status until the three indicated courses are completed with a composite GPA of 2.5 or better (including repeated courses). Students have one calendar year from first admission to the School to satisfy these requirements. In addition:
1. Students must also have an overall GPA of 2.5 or better in all degree relevant courses attempted during the period of the conditional admission.
2. Students must satisfy the general academic standards of the University and/or the School of Engineering.
Students unable to satisfy the requirements of the conditional admission will be suspended from the School of Engineering.