Dual-Degree Engineering

Requirement for Declaring the Pre-Engineering Track

To declare a Pre-Engineering track, a student must have completed MATH 1221 and MATH 2221 with a GPA of 2.75 or higher before beginning his/her 2nd year. 

 

Program Requirements

Dual-Degree Engineering students must satisfactorily complete all of the following courses before attending the engineering institution:

Please note that calculus-based physics (General Physics, PHYS 2121 and 2122) is required. Students must begin the study of calculus as early as possible in order to be prepared for the physics sequence, which has MATH 2222 as a pre-requisite.

For 2020, the GA Tech Dual-Degree Program requires a minimum GPA of 3.0 separately for English courses, mathematics courses, and lab science courses in order to be accepted for transfer.  GA Tech also maintains GPA requirements that vary from 3.0-3.3 depending on the intended engineering major. This range applies to both overall GPA and math-lab science GPA.  There is a "no grade forgiveness policy" with respect to repeating a course. Students should check the GA Tech website for current requirements under the Dual-Degree Engineering program.  https://admission.gatech.edu/transfer/dual-degree.

For Auburn, a GPA average of at least 2.7 is needed.  A “D” or “F” in a course listed above is not acceptable.

For more information about Auburn University's engineering programs, visit http://www.eng.auburn.edu/programs/, and for information about their admission process and deadlines, visit http://www.auburn.edu/admissions/prospectivestudents.html and look under "Transfer". 

For more information about GA Tech's engineering programs, visit https://coe.gatech.edu/schools-college-engineering, and for information about their admission process and deadlines, visit https://admission.gatech.edu/transfer/dual-degree

 

Last updated: 06/15/2020