Admission to an engineering program or to computer science is normally granted if a student has:
- Finished in the top 30% of his or her high school class
- Composite ACT of 21 or higher or combined SAT of 990 or higher
- Finished in the top 50% of his or her high school class
- Composite ACT of 23 or higher or combined SAT of 1060 or higher
- Completed four years of high school math and one year each of chemistry and physics
Transfers within the Russ College
A number of students transfer to the ISE program from other programs in the Russ College of Engineering and Technology. Almost all courses taken during the freshman year in any of the engineering programs or computer science (as well as the majority of courses during the sophomore year) will also satisfy requirements in the ISE curriculum.
Students considering transfer to the ISE program should schedule an appointment with the undergraduate chair to discuss which courses will be accepted.
Students at one of the regional campuses can complete approximately five quarters of courses toward the ISE Degree while still at the regional campus. A list of courses available at each campus are available through the links below:
Students at a regional campus who are interested in pursuing the ISE Degree should contact the undergraduate chair to discuss scheduling options and how to transfer into the program.