Ivy Tech, Indiana State University Announce Transfer Agreement For Engineering Program

Thursday, April 29, 2021 at 9:47 AM

By Ivy Tech Community College, news release

Ivy Tech’s engineering program provides a foundation in science, mathematics, and engineering.

(Indianapolis, Ind.) - Indiana State University and Ivy Tech Community College have entered into a transfer agreement creating a seamless process for Ivy Tech engineering graduates to move into ISU’s program. 

“We are pleased to partner with Ivy Tech to provide an additional pathway for interested Hoosiers to become engineers — the creative problem solvers and builders of our state,” said Nesli Alp, ISU’s Dean of the College of Technology.

Ivy Tech’s engineering program provides a foundation in science, mathematics, and engineering for electrical, mechanical, civil, computer or other engineering. 

Under the new agreement, any Ivy Tech engineering student meeting the transfer agreement requirements, including 61 credits for their Associate of Science, can transfer into Indiana State’s Bachelor of Science in Engineering program as a junior. 

The requirements students must meet to be eligible include: 

  • Application for admission to Indiana State University
  • Course grades of “C” or better
  • Average grade-point average of 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale

“This engineering articulation agreement is the latest example of a long history of strong transfer partnerships between Ivy Tech and Indiana State University,” said Dr. Russ Baker, Ivy Tech’s vice president of Academic Affairs. “We are excited that this collaboration will allow Hoosier engineering students to begin their educational journey with an Ivy Tech associate degree and then seamlessly transfer into the engineering degree at ISU.”

For more information about getting started with Ivy Tech’s engineering program, visit IvyTech.edu/engineering. To learn more about ISU’s Engineering program, visit indstate.edu/engineering.

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