Transferring engineering courses:

Engineering courses are reviewed by Washington University engineering faculty. Submit Engineering Course Evaluation Request Form with course description, syllabus, title and author of text to mcmanus@umsl.edu 

Engineering courses completed at schools outside the U.S.:

Credit completed outside of the United States cannot be evaluated before application. UMSL's Office of International Students & Scholars Services evaluates international coursework only at the time of application.

The Engineering Dept. uses a course validation process. Engineering courses must be validated prior to consideration for transfer credit. Once a student is admitted to the upper level engineering, they may discuss course validation with their WU faculty advisor. Validation requires enrollment in a WU Advisor approved upper level engineering course in the major, completed with an earned grade of C or higher. At that time, the engineering course may be reviewed for transfer credit. 


Admission:


Normally admission to the Joint Engineering Program is granted to persons who have completed the preengineering program with a minimum grade point average of 2.75 over all mathematics, chemistry, physics, and introductory engineering courses (statics and dynamics). 

Admission Schedule:
 
Students may be admitted to the Joint Engineering Program upper level engineering fall, spring and summer. 


Preengineering GPA:


Students with less than a 2.75 grade point average, but at least a C, in all their science, engineering and mathematics courses may appeal and be admitted on a conditional basis.


Apply for Financial aid:

Financial aid is through the UMSL Financial Aid Office.
 

Apply for Scholarships:
 
Complete the UMSL Online Scholarship Application by April 1.