Admission Criteria Varies by Program
The admission requirements for many majors in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering are higher than university admission standards. Students should select a second online major choice when applying for admission.
Electrical engineering, in particular, requires less deficiencies and higher test scores.
Please view the Online Admission Criteria below to compare our programs’ requirements. Admission standards for the Electrical Engineering, Engineering Management and Software Engineering majors in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering (FSE) are higher than university admission standards.
Am I Admissible?
Students who are not admissible to the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering usually have math/science deficiencies or don’t meet the GPA requirements.
Math & Laboratory Sciences Competencies
Students who have not met ASU’s competency requirements with their previous coursework or test scores (this is also referred to as having a deficiency) may not be admissible to the Fulton Schools and ASU. Specifically, math and lab science deficiencies are examined when applying to the Fulton Schools. Information about the math and lab science competencies can be found at ASU Competency Requirements. Learn more about how math and science deficiencies are considered into your admissions decision.
When applying for transfer admission to the Fulton Schools or trying to change your major into the Fulton Schools, we consider your GPA from ALL undergraduate institutions and any coursework that you have completed at ASU. Enter your total grade points and number of graded units into the GPA Calculator to calculate your current cumulative GPA. You may then use the “Scheduled Courses” section to determine how many units of different grades you will need to raise your GPA to meet the Fulton Schools online admission criteria.