Tips for Prospective Transfer Students

Considering a transfer to Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at Georgia Tech? 

Check out some quick tips to help you in the process. Always consult the GT Office of Undergrad Admissions for the full list of transfer deadlines and requirements.

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Course preparation before transferring 

Consider taking Computer Science for Engineers (Matlab), Multivariable Calculus, Linear Algebra and Principles of Physics, Chemistry and Biology before you arrive to help you begin sooner with ChBE courses. *not all are required for admission, but highly recommended.

Career preparation

Join the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AICHE) to learn more about career opportunities. Membership is free for college students, then join the student chapter here at GT once you enroll for access to employer visits, recruiting and career fairs.

Prepare your academic skillset/toolbox 

Time Management; effective note taking and test preparation; exam strategies; use of study groups, tutoring and office hours. These are all ESSENTIAL to your success at GT! Start now to get up to speed.

Use the online resources

Curriculum guides that show all the courses in our program are available online. View the sequence and prerequisite forms to help estimate time to degree completion - for most transfer students it is 6 semesters of enrollment at GT.