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2/2 Program

In the 2/2 Program, students complete a list of prescribed courses at Azusa Pacific University, then transfer to a school offering the engineering specialization of their choice to take the remaining coursework required for graduation from that institution.

Under normal circumstances, students are able to complete the APU requirements in two years and the additional requirements in two more years, hence the designation 2/2 Program. Students are encouraged to investigate early on the specific requirements of programs to which they expect to transfer. Some University of California and California State University engineering programs require transfer students to have completed two courses in English composition and two semesters of chemistry.

3/2 Program

In the 3/2 Program, students complete a list of prescribed courses at Azusa Pacific University, then transfer to a school offering the engineering specialization of their choice to take the remaining coursework required for graduation from that institution. Upon receiving the engineering degree from the other institution, students also earn a Bachelor of Arts in Math/Physics from Azusa Pacific University.

Under normal circumstances, students are able to complete the APU requirements in three years and the additional requirements in two more years, hence the designation 3/2 Program. Students are encouraged to investigate early on the specific requirements of programs to which they expect to transfer. Some University of California and California State University engineering programs require transfer students to have completed two courses in English composition and two semesters of chemistry.

Learn more about required courses for these programs.

Note: This information is current for the 2013-14 academic year; however, all stated academic information is subject to change. Please refer to the current Academic Catalog for more information.