Admission Requirements for Freshman and Transfer Students
The Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering take pride in delivering unique and unparalleled research and study opportunities. And with this devotion to preparing our students for a career in developing innovative engineering breakthroughs the admission requirements are much higher than university standards.
Advancing to upper-division courses
A set of critical requirements outline the first four semesters of an undergraduate student’s time at the Fulton Schools. Structured by the faculty, these requirements set the standard for progressing in the chosen major and include a set of courses and performance levels pertinent to the chosen major.
Change of major
Start out on a path toward a different degree and interested in changing majors? We get that. Or are you currently enrolled at a different university or community college and ready for a transfer? We get that too.
Even though changing your major is not guaranteed, you can still begin the process of transitioning into the Ira A. Schools of Engineering by reading over the transfer student admission requirements. Then, make an appointment with an advisor to discuss the probability of accomplishment and to develop a plan of action to ensure successful advancement to upper-division courses.
For questions regarding admission to a program in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, please contact the Office of Academic and Student Affairs at 480-965-1726.
Graduate programs at the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering focus on the complex technological challenges that face our world, and the creation of tools and processes that will improve global quality of life. Our world-class faculty and cutting-edge research have placed the programs of the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering among the top 10 percent of all accredited programs in the nation, according to U.S. News & World Report.
In addition to providing a strong disciplinary foundation, our graduate programs are unique in their commitment to use-inspired, interdisciplinary research that promotes collaboration with university colleagues, industry and government agencies.