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Engineering Transfer Program
The Engineering Transfer Program is designed for currently enrolled students in the Newark College of Arts & Sciences (NCAS) interested in a bachelor of science degree in engineering. The pre-engineering program offered at Rutgers University-Newark is in collaboration with the Rutgers School of Engineering on the New Brunswick/Piscataway campus. Students in the engineering transfer program follow the required engineering curriculum for one to two years at Rutgers University-Newark. Once the necessary courses have been successfully completed and the required GPA has been met, students will apply to transfer to the Rutgers School of Engineering via the school to school transfer application. Students will complete the remaining coursework in the School of Engineering on the New Brunswick/Piscataway campus. Students are able to follow one of the five tracks in engineering: Biomedical, Chemical, Civil, Electrical & Compter, or Mechanical.
In addition to the Engineering Transfer Program, the Newark College of Arts & Sciences offers the Geoscience Engineering major, which is the only engineering major offered completely at Rutgers University-Newark.
IMPORTANT NOTE FOR PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS APPLYING TO RUTGERS UNIVERSITY-NEWARK:
Please indicate your interest in "pre-engineering" on your Admissions application or at the time of advisement/registration so that you may be properly advised.
NEW: Opportunity for Pre-Engineering students!
There will be an On-Campus Interview opportunity with NAES Corporation here at the Career Development Center on Friday, April 1, 2016.
The position you can apply to interview for is: PreEngineering Intern.
Interested students may log-on to the Career Development Center RaiderNet account and check out posting # 13339. You will need a Resume!
If you don't know how to access your RaiderNet account, please visit the Career Center during one of their Walk-In Periods as advertised on their departmental website at: http://cdc.newark.rutgers.edu.