Georgia Tech Program
Regents Engineering Transfer Program
The Regents Engineering Transfer Program (RETP) is a cooperative program between Armstrong Atlantic and Georgia Institute of Technology, allowing qualified students to attend Armstrong Atlantic for the first two years of engineering studies, then transfer to Georgia Tech to complete their bachelor of science in engineering degree. RETP students transferring to Georgia Tech compete for admission to engineering programs on an equal basis with Georgia Tech students at the junior academic level. Students who are not eligible for RETP admission may start as pre-engineering majors and formally enter the program as sophomores upon successful completion of specific math and science courses. To be admitted to Armstrong Atlantic as RETP students, applicants must meet academic requirements set for the program by Armstrong. Specific information on requirements for admission is available in the admissions section of Armstrong's academic catalog or from the engineering studies program coordinator in the College of Science and Technology. To be admitted to Georgia Tech's engineering program, please refer to the academic catalog of Georgia Tech.