Transfer Student Information

NC Community College Transfer Students

We appreciate your interest in pursuing a degree in the College of Engineering and are ready to assist you in achieving your goal! Students who desire to transfer into one of the engineering programs from another institution should also visit the university transfer webpage for pertinent information.

The curriculum guides (on the right in green) contain the admission requirements for NC Community College transfer students. To assist you in making the transition smoother, we have included a list of frequently asked questions.  These pages will answer many of your questions about transferring to the College of Engineering.

Contact Us

We will be glad to help you plan your courses or answer any transfer
questions you may have. First, browse our web pages then call us at
(336) 285-2640 to ask questions or schedule an appointment. We look forward to speaking with you!

Departmental Transfer Coordinators

(Click on Department for contact information)

Chemical, Biological and Bioengineering
Civil and Architectural Engineering
Computer Science
Computer Engineering and Electrical Engineering
Industrial & Systems Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
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