General Information for Transfer Students

The School of Engineering welcomes transfer applications from students at any accredited domestic or international institution. In general, courses are evaluated for transfer credit after a student has been accepted. We encourage interested interested students to contact us directly for more information.

Many transfer and non-traditional students have successfully completed engineering studies after initially completing pre-engineering programs at other institutions. Recognizing that transfer and non-traditional students contribute greatly to our community through diversity, culture, and maturity, Catholic University's School of Engineering welcomes applications from students from pre-engineering programs.

Catholic University has established formal agreements with several universities and colleges in the U.S. and abroad.  These include articulation agreements with regional community colleges, 3+2 agreements with Catholic liberal arts colleges in the United States, and 2+2 agreements with international universities.

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    Domestic Transfer Programs

    Students can begin with pre-engineering study at other institutions then transfer to Catholic University to complete their engineering degree.

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    International Transfer Programs

    The School of Engineering welcomes students from around the world, and has established transfer programs with numerous partner universities.

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Why Us?

At Catholic University, we believe that even the most thoroughly trained technical professional must be able to contribute something more as a member of society, with the corresponding opportunities and obligations that accompany such training.