Admission Requirements

Admission requirements to Parks College of Engineering, Aviation and Technology degree programs are based on a combination of secondary school grades, college admission test scores, co-curricular activities and attempted college course work, as well as other indicators of the applicant’s ability and character.

This process respects the non-discrimination policy of the University and is designed to select a qualified, competent and diverse student body with high standards of scholarship and character, consistent with the mission of the University.

In addition to the general admission and matriculation requirements of the University, Parks College has the following additional requirements. The recommended academic requirements for particular programs are as follows:

Bachelor of ScienceFreshman GPATransfer GPA
Aerospace Engineering3.002.70
Biomedical Engineering3.002.70
Civil Engineering3.002.70
Computer Engineering3.002.70
Electrical Engineering3.002.70
Engineering Physics3.002.70
Interdisciplinary Engineering3.002.70
Mechanical Engineering3.002.70
Still Deciding3.002.70
Bachelor of Science in Physics3.002.70
Bachelor of Arts in Physics3.002.70

For admission into the above programs it is recommended that a student have fifteen units of high school work: three or four units of English; four or more units of Mathematics - Algebra I and II, Geometry, and Pre-Calculus; three or four units of science - General Science, Introduction to Physical Science, Earth Science, Biology, Physics, or Chemistry; two or three units of Social Sciences - History, Psychology, or Sociology; and three units of electives.

Bachelor of ScienceFreshman GPATransfer GPA
Flight Science2.702.70
Aviation Management2.702.70

For admission into the above programs it is recommended that a student have fifteen units of high school work: three or four units of English; four or more units of Mathematics - Algebra I and II, Geometry, and Pre-Calculus; three or four units of science - General Science, Introduction to Physical Science, Chemistry or Physics; three units of Social Science - History, Psychology, or Sociology; and three units of electives.

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