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									  College of Engineering and Computer Science Admission Requirements

                     Approved May 7th 2012                                                           Proposed
      Admission Requirements – for Undergraduate Programs                        Admission Requirements – for Undergraduate Programs
                  (Effective Fall Semester 2012)
                                                                           Students entering the university direct from high school (DFHS) and who
Students entering the university direct from high school (DFHS) and who       meet the Direct Admit Criteria* are admitted as PRE majors in our
   meet the Direct Admit Criteria* are admitted as PRE majors in our        college. All students must meet the College Undergraduate Admission
 college. Transfer students and DFHS students who do not meet Direct        Requirements appropriate to their program as shown below in order to
    Admit Criteria must meet the College Undergraduate Admission            become fully admitted to the College and their major program of study.

 major as a Bachelor of Science** degree seeking student in the college.
Requirements shown below to be fully admitted to the department of their
                                                                                •     Completion of 24 or more semester hours of
                                                                                      college level work
     •     Completion of 24 or more semester hours of
           college level work
                                                                                •     2.25 cumulative GPA at WSU and in all
                                                                                      academic work
     •     2.25 cumulative GPA at WSU and in all
           academic work
                                                                                •     C or higher grade in:
                                                                                              ENG 1100 (or any WSU Core
     •     C or higher grade in:                                                              First-Year Writing Course)
                   ENG 1100

     •     And . . . .                                                          •     And the program requirements shown below:
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Biomedical Engineering                                                     Biomedical Engineering
       C or higher in CHM 1210/1210L or PHY                                       C or higher in: (CHM 1210/1210L or PHY
       2400/2400L and EGR 1010 (or MTH 2300)                                      2400/2400L) and (EGR 1010 or MTH 2300)

Computer Engineering                                                       Computer Engineering
      C or higher in CS 1180 or and MTH 2570                                     C or higher in (CS 1180 or (CS 1160 and 1161))
                                                                                 and C or higher in CS 1181 and (MTH 2570 or
Computer Science                                                                 CS 2200)
      C or higher in CS 1180 or and MTH 2570
                                                                           Computer Science
Electrical Engineering                                                           C or higher in (CS 1180 or (CS 1160 and 1161))
         C or higher in CEG 2170, CHM 1210/1210L or                              and C or higher in CS 1181 and (MTH 2570 or
         PHY 2400/2400L, and EGR 1010 (or MTH 2300)                              CS 2200)

Engineering Physics                                                        Electrical Engineering
       C or higher in CEG 2170, CHM 1210/1210L or                                   C or higher in: CEG 2170 and PHY 2400/2400L
       PHY 2400/2400L, and EGR 1010 (or MTH 2300)                                   and (EGR 1010 or MTH 2300)

Industrial & Systems Engineering                                           Industrial & Systems Engineering
        C or higher in CHM 1210/1210L or PHY                                       C or higher in: (CHM 1210/1210L or PHY
        2400/2400L and EGR 1010 (or MTH 2300)                                      2400/2400L) and (EGR 1010 or MTH 2300)

Mechanical Engineering                                                     Mechanical Engineering
       C or higher in ME 1020, CHM 1210/1210L or                                  C or higher in: ME 1020 and (CHM 1210/1210L
       PHY 2400/2400L, and EGR 1010 (or MTH 2300)                                 or PHY 2400/2400L) and (EGR 1010 or MTH
                                                                                  2300)
Material Science & Engineering
        C or higher in ME 1020, CHM 1210/1210L or                          Material Science & Engineering
        PHY 2400/2400L, and EGR 1010 (or MTH 2300)                                 C or higher in: ME 1020 and (CHM 1210/1210L
                                                                                   or PHY 2400/2400L) and (EGR 1010 or MTH
* Direct Admit status is only available to DFHS students who apply for
                                                                                   2300)
fall admission; and have a 3.25 GPA or better and have no less than a 25
Comp ACT or 1160 SAT score. Direct Admit students are advised in the       * Direct Admit status is only available to DFHS students who apply for
department of their major within the college.                              fall admission; and have a 3.25 GPA or better and have no less than a 25
                                                                           Comp ACT or 1160 SAT score. Direct Admit students are advised in the
** Computer Science students may elect to pursue a Bachelor of Arts        department of their major within the college
program.

								
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