If you are currently a degree-seeking student in the University of Pittsburgh's other undergraduate schools or colleges (i.e., Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences, College of General Studies, College of Business Administration, Nursing, etc.) or Regional Campuses (Bradford, Greensburg, Johnstown, Titusville) and wish to transfer into the Swanson School of Engineering, refer to the following guidelines:
To be considered for admission, students must:
If you are ready to apply, please complete a Program Change Form with your current academic advisor or registrar. Please make sure to note on your Program Change Form the engineering major you want to be admitted to. If applying for the admission after the Fall 2019 semester, it is HIGHLY PREFERRED that program change forms are received by Nov. 1, 2019.
Please use our Choosing an Engineering Major Guide as a resource to help solidify your decision on which engineering career path is right for you.
Current Pitt students looking to transfer into the Swanson School of Engineering from a school on the Oakland campus are invited to attend one Engineering Pre-Admissions Information Session in the Spring Semester. The will be the only opportunity to meet with an Engineering advisor and get information specific to your situation. Pre-registration is mandatory for each session. Sign up for a Fall 2019 Pre-Engineering Information Session here!
To view all transfer credit policies for the Swanson School of Engineering please click here .
If you've met these requirements, complete an Academic Program Change form at the school/college you are currently attending or have attended. Your records will be sent to the Swanson School of Engineering administration office in 151 Benedum Hall. An engineering admissions advisor will review your record promptly, and you will receive a letter stating your admission status. You will also receive notification of the credits that will transfer toward your BS in engineering.
Upon admission to the Swanson School of Engineering you will need to contact the specific department of engineering to which you have been accepted. They will then set up a time for you to meet with an advisor to schedule classes.