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Check out the basic UND transfer student facts.
Engineering transfer students have been a very successful and valued addition to our College. We work closely with many transfer students and their transfer institutions to accomodate a variety of educational paths toward an undergradute engineering degree. We work with several partner two-year colleges to establish transfer agreements and dual degree programs for students wishing to complete an engineering degree. Most students completing a pre-engineering curriculum are ready to enter as a 3rd year (junior) engineering student into our programs. Check out the list of current program articulation agreements for specific details about how your coursework will transfer to UND.
We are committed to making the process of transferring to our engineering departments as straight-forward as possible. To simplify the process of transferring credits, we have many active articulation agreements with institutions across the country. Many of these agreements are available at the links below. If you have credits from an institution not on the list or you have questions regarding courses that may not be included in our transfer agreement or our curriculum, you are asked to forward a transcript to the engineering department you wish to enter. The faculty transfer advisor will review your credits and let you know exactly where you need to get started on your path to a UND engineering degree.
Each engineering major requires students to complete a series of foundational courses (math, science, engineering and English) – the Pre-Professional Degree Courses – prior to enrolling in upper division coursework. Contact your specific department at UND for details.
Numerous Scholarships are available for transfer engineering students.
The University of North Dakota (UND) has an agreement with the University of Manitoba that allows students to obtain the Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering degree from UND by taking a slightly modified preliminary engineering at the University of Manitoba followed by three years at UND.
B.S. dual cooperative degree in chemistry and chemical engineering
Itasca Community College has a successful and proven Engineering Program. Our job is to ensure that every student who completes this program and transfers to a university as a junior engineering student is better prepared than his or her new peers who started as freshmen at that university. We are able to complete this mission by providing high quality academics through a variety of unique initiatives, such as: engineering learning community and project-based learning. Our teaching philosophy is simple. We do everything we can to empower students to succeed to become engineers. We give them guidance, become a part of their lives, motivate them, expose them to engineering and provide them with the highest quality of learning.
The engineering curriculum at BSC provides students with basic courses in science, mathematics and other areas required by most engineering schools. Students who complete the requirements receive an Associate in Science degree, and are ready to transfer to the engineering college of their choice with junior standing.
Pre-Engineering students usually spend two years at MSUM before transferring to another university to complete their degree. MSUM advisors individually counsel students because the courses which they complete at MSUM may vary depending upon the engineering school and area of specialization they select. Upon transfer, MSUM students will have completed the same coursework they would have completed during the first two years at a four-year engineering school.
Hibbing Community College provides courses for the first two years of a four-year Baccalaureate degree in many fields of engineering. Students can take freshman and sophomore level classes in engineering, physics, mathematics, computer science, chemistry, and liberal arts that will transfer to a four-year college.
The Associate in Science in Engineering Foundations is a rigorous curriculum designed to prepare students for transfer as juniors to a four year program in a variety of engineering majors. It meets lower division requirements for most four year engineering schools.
The Century College Engineering program includes all of the basic courses needed for transfer into most major engineering disciplines such as Chemical, Civil, Computer, Electrical, and Mechanical among others.
The Engineering Department at Anoka-Ramsey strives to prepare students for a career in the engineering profession. The curriculum designed for transfer to a four-year university in order to obtain a Bachelor's Degree in engineering. The college is a teaching institution dedicated solely to educating its students.