If an engineering bachelor's degree 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. If you are planning a transfer from a Colorado Community College, please see specific guidelines on community college transfer.
NOTE: AP/IB credit does not count towards math/science requirements for transfer admission.
You may find it useful to use Transferology to see how courses at your institution will transfer to CU Boulder.
Both the mechanical engineering and civil engineering programs at the University of Colorado Boulder are highly regarded, but we know not every student can live in Boulder. Our partnership program with Colorado Mesa University gives students the chance to earn a CU Boulder mechanical or civil engineering degree entirely in Grand Junction. The first two years of the program are taught by CMU faculty and the second two years are taught by CU Boulder faculty who live in Grand Junction. The partnership follows the same hands-on curriculum as CU Boulder, beginning with the earliest freshman classes and culminating in a year-long senior design project.