Regents' Engineering Pathway Program

The Regents' Engineering Pathway (REP) Program allows prospective engineering students to take approximately the first two years of the engineering curriculum at a designated "first" institution and, upon successful completion of all required course work, transfer to one of five engineering institutions (Georgia Southern University, Georgia Tech, Kennesaw State University, Mercer University, University of Georgia) in the state to complete the last two years of the engineering degree. Also, non-resident students and Georgia residents who are interested in the engineering programs at other universities may take the same course of study as the REP Program students and then transfer to the school of their choice.

Students may attend Georgia Southern University on either of the Armstrong or Statesboro campuses as a "first" institution for approximately two years of course work and then transfer to one of four "second" institutions in the state that offer engineering degrees (Georgia Tech, Kennesaw State University, Mercer University, University of Georgia). This is most often the case when students intend to major in programs such Biomolecular, Chemical, or Nuclear Engineering which are not available at Georgia Southern. Or, students may attend any of the REP Program partnering "first" institutions in the state and then transfer to Georgia Southern as the "second" institution to complete their engineering degree.

Admission and Completion Requirements for REP Program

Current Georgia Southern students who wish to enter the REP Program

Current Georgia Southern students are defined as those who are currently enrolled at Georgia Southern in another academic major. Transfer students are those who have taken a college or university course after graduating from high school from a college or university other than Georgia Southern. In either case, such a student cannot be considered for freshman admission. To be accepted into the REP Program, current Georgia Southern students and transfer students must complete the following requirements:

  1. A minimum of 30 semester hours of college course work with a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.00,
  2. Calculus I (MATH   1441) and Calculus II (MATH   2242) with grades of at least “B” (3.00 GPA),
  3. Comprehensive General Chemistry (CHEM   1310) or Principles of Chemistry I (CHEM   1211K) and Principles of Physics I (PHYS   2211K) with grades of at least “B” (3.00 GPA).

Transfer Admission from an REP Program Institution to Georgia Southern University

Students who wish to enter Georgia Southern's REP Program must satisfy their first (sending) institution's requirements and the University's REP Program admission requirements, apply for admission to Georgia Southern University, and request a recommendation from the first institution's REP Program Coordinator.

Transfer Admission from Georgia Southern University to Another REP Program Institution

Georgia Southern students who wish to apply to a second (receiving) institution that offers engineering degrees as a REP Program student must first satisfy the second institution's requirements, apply for admission to the receiving institution, and request a recommendation from the Georgia Southern REP Program Coordinator, Dr. David Williams.

Georgia Southern REP Program Coordinator

Dr. David Williams, Associate Dean
IT Building 3400
PO Box 7995
Statesboro, GA  30460


Statesboro:  Student Services Center, IT Building 1208, 912-478-8038

Armstrong:  Student Success Center 123, 912-344-3209