Clayton State University has developed multiple pathways for students to follow to help them earn a degree in engineering.
- Clayton State offers an Associate of Science Degree in Integrative Studies with a focus towards preparation for engineering school. This program will allow a student to transfer into an Engineering Bachelor’s degree program.
- Clayton State University also offers a formal transfer program (REPP) in which students complete a 2 year program of study at Clayton State and then transfer to either Georgia Tech or Georgia Southern to complete a Bachelor’s degree in an engineering field.
- Clayton State University offers multiple Dual Degree programs in which an undergraduate
Clayton State student would earn a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree from Clayton
State in Computer Science, Integrated Studies, Chemistry or Mathematics and a B.S.
in Engineering from Georgia Tech in a typical five year period.
- Information for Dual Degree Programs in Computer Science, Integrative Studies, and Mathematics can be found on the Engineering page in the College of Information and Mathematical Sciences.
- Information for the Dual Degree Program in Chemistry can be found in the Chemisty/Chemical Engineering document.