Transfer Information for REPP Engineering Schools

It is important that students work with a UWG advisor to plan out a program for their anticipated engineering institution and major.  The information below will help you to find transfer requirements and provide useful links for the different institutions.  Transfer requirements could change, so it is important for you to routinely check the engineering institutions webpage.

  • GT

    Georgia Institute of Technology Requirements

    • Students must meet REPP institution and Georgia Tech admission requirements. Georgia Tech admissions requirements must be met at the time they submit their transfer application to GeorgiaTech. Please consult with GA Tech Admissions Requirements as these are subject to change (link below). 
    • Students must complete 30 credit hours at an REPP partnering institution prior to transferring to Georgia Tech.
    • For Dual-Enrolled students-These 30 hours must include courses that are part of the GT course requirements for transfer and must be completed post high school
    • No more than one math or lab science course requirement may be in progress at the document deadline (spring and summer term applicants only).
    • Students not enrolled within their REPP institution for more than two consecutive semesters must re-enroll for a minimum of one semester prior to their REPP application to Georgia
    • Georgia Tech does not accept all online courses. See the Georgia Tech transfer credit policy for information about online courses (link below). 

    Details about the admission requirements for specific majors can be found on the Georgia Tech College of Engineering website.

    The following chart on Ga Tech's website lists Georgia Tech course requirements for students transferring via the REPP. Check with your advisor for equivalent courses from your university.

    Admissions Requirement Chart

     Useful Ga Tech Links

     

  • UGA

    University of Georgia

    • Must meet REPP institution and University of Georgia admission requirements at the time of application.  Check the UGA Transfer Admissions webpage for their requirements. 

    • Students must submit the regular transfer admission application form along with a recommendation form from the REPP Coordinator at their school. See the UGA College of Engineering REPP (Link below) webpage for more details. 

    • Students should work closely with a UWG advisor to make sure they meet all requirements and deadlines.

    • Students must complete a minimum of 30 semester credit hours of transferable coursework after their high school graduation including at least one college course in mathematics and one laboratory science.

    • All Engineering programs are considered High Demand Majors.  After being accepted to UGA, transfer students must complete the High Demand Major process before they can be fully admitted to an engineering major.  See link below for more details.

    • Students must meet the Engineering General Education Coursework and Major Specific Coursework before they can be accepted into an engineering major.  See the link below for a detailed list of courses.  Some of these courses can only be taken at UGA; work with an advisor to determine when you should transfer.

    Major Specific Requirements

    Useful UGA Links

    College of Engineering Undergraduate Degrees

    UGA Transfer Admissions

    College of Engineering REPP

    Requirements for specific engineering majors

    High Demand Majors Application Process

     

  • GSU

    Georgia Southern University

    • Students should review the different programs offered by the GSU College of Engineering and Computing. See link below.

    • Must meet transfer admission requirements and deadlines at the time of application.  Check the GSU Transfer Admissions webpage for their requirements; see link below. 

    • Must meet the GSU REP Program Requirements; see link below.

    • Students must complete a minimum of 30 semester credit hours of transferable coursework after their high school graduation including at least one college course in mathematics and one laboratory science.

    • The following chart on GSU’s webpage lists the Recommended Course Requirements to be taken before transferring.  It is organized by major. Work with an advisor to find the UWG equivalents to these courses. 

     Course Requirements Chart

    Useful Georgia Southern Links

    GSU REPP requirements

    GSU Transfer Requirements

    GSU College of Engineering Degree Programs

    REPP Course Requirements Chart

     

  • KSU

    Kennesaw State University

    • Students should review the different programs offered by the KSU College of Engineering and Engineering Technology. See the link below for more information.
    • Must meet transfer admission requirements and deadlines at the time of application.  Check the KSU Transfer Admissions webpage for their requirements; see link below.
    • The following chart on KSU’s webpage lists the Recommended Course Requirements to be taken before transferring.  It is organized by major. Work with an advisor to find the UWG equivalents to these courses. 

     Course Requirement Chart

    Useful Kennesaw links

    KSU College of Engineering & Engineering Technology degree programs

    Transfer Admissions Information

    Course Requirement Chart

     

  • Mercer

    Mercer University

    • Students should review the different programs offered by the Mercer School of Engineering.  See the link below for more details.
    • Must meet transfer admission requirements and deadlines at the time of application.  Check the Mercer Transfer Admissions webpage for their requirements; see link below.
    • Must have completed course which transfer to Mercer as CHEM 111, PHY 161, MAT 191 and MAT 192. Work with an advisor to find the UWG equivalents to these courses
    • Please see additional information from Mercer’s REPP webpage. 

     Engineering Transfer Requirements

    Useful Mercer links

    Mercer Engineering Degree Programs

    Mercer Transfer Admissions

    Mercer REPP Information 

     

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