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Stevens Institute of Technology - 2017

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Undergraduate Admission to the College of Engineering

High School Record: The quality of your work in high school is considered to be an accurate indication of your preparation for college. Your record should show satisfactory performance in these areas: Four years of English; two years of algebra; one year each of chemistry, physics and plane geometry; and one-half year of plane trigonometry. We also prefer an additional one-half year of advanced algebra, such as pre-calculus.
Examinations: The required examinations include the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) or American College Test (ACT), except in the Accelerated Medicine/Dentistry Programs where three SAT II exams (formerly achievements) are required. Humanities: All students must be capable of successfully completing humanities studies that are required in each semester of the five undergraduate curricula. The final determination of readiness for humanities study is made by a competence examination administered by Stevens. In addition, all applicants regardless of major must submit the following in order to complete their application, essay, interview and 2 letters of recommendation.

Entrance Requirements for Foreign Students

Students who were educated in a non-english speaking system must submit the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL).

Residency Requirements

Stevens welcomes students transferring to advanced standing from junior and community colleges as well as from other four-year institutions. It is required that all students complete 50% of their courses at Stevens in order to receive a degree from the Institute. At least five courses must be technical electives taken in the junior and senior year.

Admissions Requirements for Transfer Students

Students must complete an application, interview and submit, HS transcript, all college transcripts, essay and two letters of recommendations. The admissions committee looks for a strong academic background with a minimum gpa of 3.0 in all coursework and a "B" or better in math and science courses.