College of Engineering Admission

Requirements  for  Admission

Admission to the Engineering Program is contingent upon establishing credit in fif­teen units of high school work as prescribed below. 

       (a) Eight units required: English (3), Mathematics (4) and Physical Science (1)

       (b) Four additional units from the following fields: English, mathematics, science, and socio-humanistic courses.

       (c) Three units chosen from any other subjects in which credit for graduation from high school has been allowed.

A student may be admitted unconditionally to the Engineering Program if he/she meets all other entrance requirements to Tuskegee University and has a composite SAT score of 900 or an ACT of 21.

A  limited number of conditional admissions may be granted to those applicant whose composite SAT score falls below 900. Those admitted conditionally will b required to earn a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.00, based on  4.00 scale by the end of the second semester in order to be admitted as a regular student it Engineering. Failure to attain a 2.00 GPA in the required time period may be considered grounds for dismissal from the engineering program.

Prior training in drawing or sketching, while desirable, is not required. Tuskegee seeks students who have strong willingness to think, study, and work, and who desire to perceive life and create good environments for people.

All freshman applicants must take the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) and have their scores reported to Tuskegee University before admission can be given. American College Test (ACT) results are also acceptable. High school graduates should have earned credit of 15 units of work which include:

Admission to the Engineering Program is contingent upon establishing credit in fif­teen units of high school work as prescribed below.(a) Eight (8) units required: English (3), Mathematics (4) and Physical Science (1)(b) Four (4) additional units from the following fields: English, mathematics, science, and socio-humanistic courses.(c) Three (3) units chosen from any other subjects in which credit for graduation from high school has been allowed.A student may be admitted unconditionally to the Engineering Program if he/she meets all other entrance requirements to Tuskegee University and has a composite SAT score of 900 or an ACT of 21.

A  limited number of conditional admissions may be granted to those applicant whose composite SAT score falls below 900. Those admitted conditionally will b required to earn a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.00, based on  4.00 scale by the end of the second semester in order to be admitted as a regular student it Engineering. Failure to attain a 2.00 GPA in the required time period may be considered grounds for dismissal from the engineering program.Prior training in drawing or sketching, while desirable, is not required.

Tuskegee seeks students who have strong willingness to think, study, and work, and who desire to perceive life and create good environments for people.

Course Description Minimum Units Desirable Units
English 3 units 4 units
History or other Social Sciences 2 units 3 units
Mathematics (at least one of which shall be in Algebra) 3 units 4 units
Science (one in Physical Science one, in  Biological Science) 2 units 3 units
Additional units from English, Language, History, Social Science, Mathematics, or Science 3 units 5 units

Transfer Students

Students who wish to enter from other colleges or universities must be eligible to re­enter the institution last attended and must furnish (a) letter of honorable dismissal from the institution last attended, (b) certificate of high school work covering the entrance requirements as described above and (c) official transcript and course descriptions of work done in all institutions previously attended. Credit will be given toward graduation for those courses with a grade of "C" or better, and which are similar to those in the curriculum.

Transfer applicants for the Architecture Program who receive transfer credit for all courses and requirements of the first two years must meet the same eligibility requirements for admission into the Professional Program. Transfer cred­it allowed toward 300, 400, or 500 level courses for freshman or sophomore applicants does not guarantee admission into the Professional Program. Students are urged to apply by December 1 for admission in the Fall Semester. Admission for the Spring Semester is not recommended because of course sequencing problems.