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University of North Dakota - 2016

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Undergraduate

Admissions/Transfers

Undergraduate Admission to the College of Engineering

Admission to the University and the College of Engineering
and Mines. Students planning to receive a baccalaureate degree in
engineering must be enrolled in the College of Engineering and Mines.
They will be admitted to the University and to the College of Engineering
and Mines through the Office of Admissions. Application
forms and information regarding enrollment and transferring may be
obtained from that office. Students transferring to the College of Engineering
and Mines from another college within the University or from
another institution must have a Grade Point Average (GPA) of at least
2.00. Students planning to seek a baccalaureate degree in a non-engineering
topic simply follow campus admission policies.
A student is admitted to a professional engineering degree program
through a formal admission process conducted when the student
is completing the second year of engineering study and prior to
being allowed to take upper division engineering courses. Only students
admitted to a professional engineering degree program will be
eligible to receive engineering degrees.
Engineering Degree Program Admission Standards. All of
the professional engineering degree programs require that the following
conditions be met prior to admission:
(1) A minimum grade of C must be earned in each of the following
foundation courses:
Semester
Course Hours UND Courses
General Chemistry 4 Chem 121 and 121L
English Composition 6 Engl 110 and 125 or 120
Calculus 12 Math 165 and 166 and 265
General Physics 8 Phys 251 and 252
(calculus-based)
An additional science course which may be prescribed by each
admitting department.
At least four engineering science courses or acceptable equivalents
prescribed by each admitting department.
(2) A GPA of at least 2.00 must be maintained in all engineering
courses taken to date.

Entrance Requirements for Foreign Students

International students applying for undergraduate admission
and all students whose first language is not English are required to
earn a score of at least 195 computer-based, 525 written-based, or 71
internet-based on the Test of English as a Foreign Language and/or 6.0
on the International Language Testing System to be considered for
admission. The International Programs Office provides assistance
and counseling to students from countries other than the United
States.
Canadian students are required to complete Grade XII and to
meet high school core curriculum admission requirements. They must
also complete the ACT or SAT and request that the official results be
sent to UND to be eligible to enter the University as freshmen.

Residency Requirements

NA

Admissions Requirements for Transfer Students

A candidate for the bachelor's degree who enters with transfer credit must obtain from the University a minimum of 30 semester hours of institutional credit and 60 semester credits from a four-year college. Fifteen semester credits in the student's major and four semester credits in the minor, if a minor is declared, must be institutional credit.

Number of Transfer Students from:

A two-year community junior college where they were full-time students: 0
A four-year college or university where they were full-time students: 227