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If an engineering baccalaureate program isn’t available at your four-year Colorado public institution, you might be interested in transferring to the CU-Boulder College of Engineering and Applied Science. We encourage you to explore our 14 undergraduate programs.
(NOTE: If you are planning a transfer from a Colorado Community College, please see specific guidelines on community college transfer.)
If you do not qualify for guaranteed admission, please see the competitive transfer criteria for the College of Engineering and Applied Science
Additional Admission/Academic Information:
In addition to our 14 undergraduate programs on the Boulder campus, are you aware that you can earn an engineering degree from CU-Boulder on the Western Slope? If not, you should check out the Colorado Mesa University/CU-Boulder Mechanical Engineering Partnership Program in Grand Junction.
In addition to your math, science and engineering coursework, each major in the College of Engineering and Applied Science requires at least 18 credit hours in humanities, social sciences, and writing in order to graduate (note that some majors require more credit hours in this area). For more information regarding these courses, please refer to the official College of Engineering and Applied Science Humanities/Social Sciences/Writing (HSS) page.
If you are planning a transfer from the CU-Denver or CU-Colorado Springs campus, you may wish to refer to the course-by-course equivalency table published in the College’s section of the University Catalog.
You may find it useful to useTransferology (www.transfer.org) to see how courses at your institution will transfer in to CU-Boulder.
If you have specific questions about any of our programs, we strongly encourage you to contact the CU-Boulder Office of Admissions