Clayton State offers three program options for students interested in pursuing a career in engineering.
While Clayton State does not offer Bachelor’s Degrees in Engineering, students who prefer the smaller class sizes, nurturing faculty, and beautiful campus of Clayton State can start their engineering careers on our campus.
Clayton State is a participating institution in the Regents’ Engineering Pathways Program (REPP). This program offers students the opportunity to transfer to any of the engineering schools in the state, while completing the math and science courses required for engineering majors at the REPP home institution.
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Clayton State offers an Associate of Science Degree program in Integrative Studies (pre-engineering concentration) from which a student may transfer into a bachelor’s degree program.
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Regent’s Engineering Pathways Program (REPP)
This formal transfer program allows students to complete a two-year program of study at Clayton State and then transfer to one of the five engineering schools in Georgia–Georgia Tech, Georgia Southern, University of Georgia, Kennesaw State University, or Mercer University–to complete their final two years for a bachelor’s degree in an engineering field.
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Engineering Dual Degree
Through Dual Degree, an undergraduate student at Clayton State University will earn a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree from Clayton State in Computer Science, Integrated Studies, or Mathematics and a B.S. in Engineering from Georgia Tech in a typical five-year period.
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