You'll find a friendly environment, stimulating academic opportunities, and degree programs with excellent reputations.

Whether you're making final plans to transfer to one of the many College of Engineering (COE) degree programs or just wondering about transferring in the future, you can find answers and helpful staff.

If you've earned university credits elsewhere, you can transfer to the COE to complete any of the following accredited Bachelor of Science degrees:

  • B.S. Chemical Engineering
  • B.S. Bioengineering
  • B.S. Civil Engineering
  • B.S. Construction Engineering Technology
  • B.S. Computer Science
  • B.S. Computer Engineering
  • B.S. Electrical Engineering
  • B.S. Industrial Engineering
  • B.S. Mechanical Engineering
  • B.S. Mechanical Engineering Technology

You'll benefit by transferring to MSU

  • MSU COE graduates move into rewarding careers in engineering, science, management, and business.
  • MSU is the only highest-tier research university in the U.S. that focuses on undergraduates and offers PhDs in science, technology, and mathematics (STEM). This means that opportunities usually reserved for graduate students are open to undergraduates. Learn more about research being done here by reading the COE's latest research news.
  • You have choices: There are 10 different degree programs, each of which allows you to choose electives according to your interests.
  • In well-equipped labs, you'll literally get your hands on materials and equipment to apply principles that your professors explain in lectures.
  • Regardless of your major, as a senior you'll be part of a team on a capstone design project in which your creativity can shine. Many are featured at a biannual Design Fair.
  • Research projects offer you a chance to participate in exciting developments. Undergrads have taken part in research efforts to
    • reduce rejection of medical implants
    • create wireless communication networks using smart antennas
    • avert bicycle-auto collisions
    • implement micro-electrical mechanical systems
    • explore Earth with lasers and satellites
    • harness the power of microbes in Yellowstone's thermal features
    • develop new materials for wind generator blades
    • and solve human factors engineering challenges with applications in transportation engineering.

Prepare to transfer: Make plans and find answers to your questions