Pathways to Engineering
Catherine Matos, Coordinator
Mission and Goals
Clayton State University has developed multiple pathways for students to follow to help them earn a degree in engineering.
- Clayton State offers an Associate of Science Degree program from which a student may transfer into a Bachelor’s degree program.
- Clayton State University also offers a formal transfer program (REPP) in which students complete a 2 year program of study at Clayton State and then transfer to one of the 5 engineering schools in Georgia: Georgia Tech, Georgia Southern, University of Georgia, Kennesaw State University, or Mercer University to complete a Bachelor’s degree in an engineering field.
- Clayton State University offers multiple Dual Degree programs in which an undergraduate Clayton State student would earn a Bachelor of Science (BS) degree from Clayton State in Computer Science, Mathematics, Chemistry or Integrated Studies, or Mathematics and a BS in Engineering from Georgia Tech in a typical five year period.
More information about each of these pathways is listed below. It is very important that students who are interested in earning an Engineering degree contact an Engineering Advisor right away.