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Admissions/Transfers

Undergraduate Admission to the College of Engineering

Applications should be submitted by June 15th for Fall semester, by November 15th for Spring semester, and April 1st for Summer school. An application, high school transcript, one appropriate test score (ACT or SAT), and the application fee must be submitted. Admission may be made electronically by connecting to http://admissions.mst.edu/

Undergraduate Admission to an Engineering Department

Non Computer Science *** students may transfer from Freshman Engineering to departments with up to two of the common freshman year courses not yet completed, provided departments will accept them. Departments have developed different conditions for student admissions from Freshman Engineering. They are summarized below.

*AEROSPACE ENGINEERING*: Complete all FEP courses but 1 H/SS course
a. ≥ 2.50 cumulative & UM cumulative GPA b. ≥ 2.25 accumulative GPA for Math and Science**

*ARCHITECTURAL ENG*: Complete all but 2 FEP courses: can be Physics 1135 and 1 H/SS course
a. ≥ 2.50 cumulative & UM cumulative GPA

CERAMIC ENGINEERING: Complete all but any 2 FEP courses, other than mathematics.
a. ≥ 2.0 cumulative GPA

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING: Complete all but any 2 FEP courses other than mathematics, chemistry and physics.
a. ≥ 2.50 cumulative GPA

*CIVIL ENGINEERING*: Complete all but two FEP courses: can be Physics 1135 and 1 H/SS course
a. ≥ 2.50 cumulative and UM cumulative GPA

*COMPUTER ENGINEERING*: Complete all FEP courses but 1 H/SS course
a. 2.25 cumulative GPA

*ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING*: Complete all FEP courses but 1 H/SS course
a. 2.25 cumulative GPA

*ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT*: Complete all FEP courses but 1 H/SS course.
a. ≥ 2.25 cumulative GPA b. ≥ 2.25 cumulative Math, Science and Engineering GPA
c. Must have a C or better in Math 1214, 1215, Chem 1310 and Physics 1135

ENVIRONMENTAL ENG: Complete all but two FEP courses: can be Physics 1135 and 1 H/SS course
a. ≥ 2.0 cumulative and UM cumulative GPA

GEOLOGICAL ENGINEERING: Complete all but any 2 FEP courses other than mathematics.
a. 2.0 cumulative GPA

*MECHANICAL ENGINEERING*: Complete all FEP courses but 1 H/SS course.
a. ≥ 2.50 cumulative and UM cumulative GPA b. ≥ 2.25 accumulative GPA for Math and Science **

METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING: Complete all but any 2 FEP courses.
a. 2.0 cumulative GPA

MINING ENGINEERING: Complete all but any 2 FEP courses.
a. 2.0 cumulative GPA

NUCLEAR ENGINEERING: Complete all but any 2 FEP courses.
a. 2.0 cumulative GPA

PETROLEUM ENGINEERING: Complete all but 2 FEP courses other than mathematics
a. 2.80 cumulative GPA



*Student must have a C or better in Physics 1135 in order to graduate*. Computer & Electrical Eng add “Also, students may not enroll in other courses that use these courses as prerequisites until the minimum grade of “C” is attained.”
**In Mech and Aero Eng the Math and Science GPA includes all M/S courses completed at time of application. It includes all grades for any repeated courses, with no GPA adjustment for the grade replacement policy.
*** Students with Computer Science as a primary major are admitted directly into the Computer Science program.

Entrance Requirements for Foreign Students

1.Demonstrate sufficient command of English to successfully pursue work at the University. Minimum English proficiency test score requirements are 79 for TOEFL and 6.0 for IELTS. Students may also submit proof of successful completion of a recognized ESL program. 2. Submit an application for admission, accompanied by a $50.00 admission fee. Must be in US currency. (3) Submit official transcripts from all schools and have ACT or SAT scores sent directly to the school. (4)Submit a statement verifying ability to provide financial support. (5)Pay all expenses while in school at Missouri S&T. Financial aid is not available.

Entrance Requirements for Non-Resident Students

Same as for resident students.

Residency Requirements

The last 60 semester hours of course work required for a degree must be completed in residence on campus. With prior approval up to 15 of the last 60 hours may be transferred from another institution.

Admissions Requirements for Transfer Students

Minimum requirements: students with fewer than 24 hours must apply under procedures for admission to the freshman class and must have 2.0 overall GPA. Student with 24 or more completed hours must have an overall 2.0 GPA. A student who does not meet these requirements may apply to the Admissions Committee for consideration.

Number of Transfer Students from:

A two-year community junior college where they were full-time students: 193
A four-year college or university where they were full-time students: 145