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PRE-ENGINEERING AT EIU
Pre-Engineering at EIU is a program that provides the first rwo years of a four-year engineering degree. The third year a student will enter an engineering program at EIU. Another option allows a student to transfer to UIUC or to SIUC their fourth year for a double bachelor's degree in engineering. Engineering programs include Aeronautical, Bioengineering, Chemical, Civil, Environmental, Mechanical, Nuclear, and more. For more info go to
Got a transfer to UIUC and would enter in my second year
It all starts with meeting the advisors, which during registration seems almost impossible but necessary since it's mandatory. I don't know how many times I've told them I don't want to transfer to UIUC, which results in them looking at me like I'm crazy.
(3) take one course elsewhere that transferred for partial credit toward the Composition I requirement, but still need one more course to fulfill the UIUC requirement? If only one of your previous composition courses transferred into UIUC for credit, you need to take Rhetoric 233: Advanced Composition. Rhetoric 233 normally fulfills the advanced composition general education requirement at UIUC, so it is typically taken by students who have already taken Rhetoric 105 here. For transfer students with partial Composition I credit, however, Rhetoric 233 will complete the Composition I and fulfill the Advanced Composition requirements at UIUC.@Jill, you are right. I know a newly minted Maine South grad who was lamenting how hard it’s become to get into U of I/Urbana-Champaign with so many high achieving classmates all vying to get in. He didn’t get in so has elected to enroll in community college and hopes to transfer to UIUC in a year or two. Interestingly, Maine south’s district just voted to drop class rankings, following the lead of New Trier and other suburban districts.The ISU physics department offers future engineers transfer opportunities with the at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC), one of the top engineering programs in the country. Our advisors know the UIUC program thoroughly and will assist students to take just the right courses to smooth the transition. Our Engineering Physics students are nearly 100% successful in completing their engineering degrees after transfer -- you will be well prepared at ISU!
Students may transfer to UIUC any school term. Fall transfers have the opportunity to pre-register and receive advisement during the summer. Students seeking to transfer must have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.8 (A = 4.0) to apply, but competitive standards for admission to some UIUC departments are higher. IN addition, UIUC transfer standards can vary from year to year.
The following UIUC programs are available: