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International students for whom English is a second language may be tested for English proficiency upon arrival. Students who need improvements will be required to complete English courses in the English Language Institute prior to beginning graduate studies. International students must submit TOEFL scores, which should be at least 550 to obtain admission into the program.
International students must provide a Guarantor’s Statement of Financial Support with their application for admission.
*Applicants who hold baccalaureate degrees in engineering fields not usually considered typical (electrical, mechanical, civil, aerospace, chemical, computer, or control engineering are typical engineering degrees), or who hold baccalaureate or master's degrees in non-engineering fields or in engineering technology, or those whose undergraduate GPA is below 3.0 but who have appropriate architecture or engineering experience will be considered on an individual basis. The same applies to applicants holding bachelor's degrees from institutions not accredited by EAC/ABET. Applicants in these categories may be required to complete specified undergraduate engineering courses before being admitted to the Master of Engineering program. Students should obtain at least a B grade in all such preparatory courses. Applicants may enroll for up to 6 credits on a non-matriculated basis prior to making formal application for admission. Grades of courses taken on this basis will be considered in the review of the application.