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Department of Physics and Geosciences
Member, Texas Tech University System The Princeton Review - 373 Best Colleges, 2011 Edition

Pre-Engineering

ASU physics and applied physics majors can transfer to  several undergraduate programs in Texas Tech University’s College of Engineering. Participating TTU engineering departments in this agreement are:

  • Mechanical
  • Electrical and Computer
  • Chemical
  • Petroleum

Requirements

ASU physics and applied physics students need to earn a C or better in these courses:

  • Chemistry I
  • Calculus I

Students typically transfer after one or two years at ASU. Please see the list of ASU courses that transfer to TTU.

Distance Learning Course

While at ASU, students also have the option of taking the TTU course Engineering 1315, an entry-level course that is a requirement for all engineering students. The course is available through distance learning, but students  must apply and be admitted to TTU before enrolling in the course.

For more information, contact:
Dr. David Bixler
Department of Physics
Angelo State University
San Angelo, TX 76909
(325) 942-2242