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Engineering Transfer Curriculum

The engineering transfer program consists of two years of study in the Physics Department at Rutgers-Camden and two years in the School of Engineering at Rutgers-New Brunswick.  Below, you will find suggested curriculum sheets for each of the most common majors in the School of Engineering.

General Information about transferring can be found here.  For information about Camden course equivalences and transferring with junior status (including curricula for engineering majors not listed below), please click here

Click here for acceptable electives.

Suggested course sequence for the five most popular engineering majors
Mechanical Engineering
 Year 1 – ME1  Year 2 – ME2
Chemical Engineering

To complete the program in four years, qualified students should take 14:155:201: Chemical Engineering Analysis and 14:155:208: Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics at New Brunswick in the summer after completing the two-year curriculum at Camden. They are required courses that must be taken before the junior-level major courses. 

  Year 1 – CME1  Year 2 – CME2
Civil Engineering      
 Year 1 – CE1  Year 2 – CE2
Electrical and Computer
 Year 1 – ECE1  Year 2 – ECE2
Biomedical Engineering

 To complete the program in four years, qualified students should attempt to transfer after their first year!  14:125:201: Introduction to Biomedical Engineering and 14:125:208: Introduction to Biomechanics are required courses that have no equivalent in Camden and are not offered in the summer in New Brunswick.  They must be completed before several of the third year courses.

 Year 1 – BME1  Year 2 – BME2

 Approved Humanities and Social Science Electives

15 – 18 Credits of Social Science or Humanities Electives are required. These credits include the required Microeconomics (50:220:102) course in Camden.

Only 6 credits of the remaining 12-15 may be at 100-200 level.  For more information, including examples, click here.

The following CCAS courses are considered acceptable as humanities/social science electives by the Rutgers School of Engineering. They are not quantitative in nature.

ANTHROPOLOGY (070): All courses
ART HISTORY (082):All courses
ECONOMICS (220): All except Econometrics 220:322
ENGLISH (350, 352): All courses
FRENCH (420): All courses at intermediate and higher level
GERMAN (470): All courses at intermediate and higher level
HISTORY (510, 512, 516): All courses
MUSIC (700): All courses except performance
PHILOSOPHY (730): All courses
POLITICAL SCIENCE (790): All courses
PSYCHOLOGY (830): All courses except Statistics 830:250
RELIGION (840): All courses
RUSSIAN (860): All courses at intermediate and higher level
SOCIOLOGY (920): All courses except Method and Theory 920:301
SPANISH (940): All courses at intermediate and higher level
THEATRE ARTS (965): All courses
URBAN STUDIES (975): All courses
WOMEN’S STUDIES (988): All courses