Armstrong State University is now Georgia Southern University. For information about Fall 2018 and beyond, visit Current Armstrong students (spring and summer 2018) can continue to access information through For details about the consolidation, visit
h > ACADEMICS & DEGREE PROGRAMS > Academic Departments & Programs > Engineering > Programs > Regents' Engineering Pathways Program

Engineering: Regents’ Engineering Pathways Program

The Regents' Engineering Pathways Program provides Armstrong students the ability to complete two years of engineering and core course work at Armstrong, then transfer to a 4-year engineering program at a set of universities in Georgia to complete their engineering degrees .

Along with fulfilling the general core classes, all engineering students take computer programming courses, mathematics courses from Calculus I up to and including Differential Equations, two semesters of calculus-based Physics, and one or two semesters of General Chemistry depending upon the discipline.

Transfer Destinations

The REPP program allow students to complete degrees in the following engineering disciplines at the following institutions:

Institution Degrees Offered Transfer Information &
Application Process
Georgia Institute of Technology Aerospace, Biomedical, Chemical and Biomolecular, Civil, Computer, Electrical, Environmental, Industrial, Materials Science, Mechanical, Nuclear and Radiological REPP Information and Requirements

Transfer Deadlines, Fees, and Application
Georgia Southern University Civil, Construction Management, Electrical, Manufacturing, Mechanical  
Kennesaw State University
(formerly Southern Polytechnic)
Apparel and Textiles, Civil, Construction, Electrical, Environmental, Manufacturing Operations, Mechanical, Mechatronics, Supply Chain Logistics, Surveying and Mapping, Systems  
University of Georgia Agricultural, Biochemical, Biological, Civil, Computer Systems, Electrical and Electronics, Environmental, Mechanical Admissions Eligibility
Mercer University Biomedical, Computer, Electrical, Environmental, Industrial, Mechanical, Industrial Management, Technical Communication  
NOTE: The courses taken at Armstrong will transfer to many 4-year engineering programs. However, the REPP program only has agreements with the institutions above.

Recommended Courses

Details about the recommended courses for the first two years are listed here. Speak to your advisor for additional information.

NOTE: Always make sure you are using the most recent version of the checklist. Always check revision dates to ensure the most accurate information.

Associate of Science AND REPP Transfer Eligibility - 3 year program

For students starting in MATH 1111 - College Algebra

Check Sheet, Sample Schedule, and Prerequisite Chart (last revision - 9/26/16)

REPP Transfers - 2 year program

For students starting in MATH 1161 - Calculus I

Check Sheet, Sample Schedule, and Prerequisite Chart (last revision - 9/26/16)


Read More Engineering Studies Professor Selected as Faculty Fellow for NASA Research Program

(May 22, 2017) – Armstrong State University Professor of Engineering Studies Cameron Coates, Ph.D., has been selected to participate in the NASA Marshall Space Flight Center Faculty Fellowship Program for the second consecutive year.

Read More Savannah Christian Preparatory School Team Wins First Place at Engineering Design Challenge

(May 5, 2017) – Six Savannah Christian Preparatory School students took home the gold for Best Overall Design at this year’s Engineering Design Challenge (EDC), presented by Armstrong State University’s Engineering Studies Program on Saturday, April 29. The winning team, comprised of Camila Hilsaca, Carsen Christy, Blake Chance, Jay Bradley, Robby McCool and Cameron Shults, received a $500 cash prize.

Read More Armstrong Engineering Studies Professor Selected as Governor’s Teaching Fellow

(April 25, 2017) – Armstrong State University Engineering Studies Professor Priya Thamburaj Goeser, Ph.D., has been selected as a 2017 Governor’s Teaching Fellow for the summer symposium program. Established in 1995 by former Governor Zell Miller, the Governor’s Teaching Fellows Program provides select Georgia higher education faculty with expanded opportunities for developing important teaching skills.

Read More All-Female Team Wins Armstrong's 2016 Engineering Design Challenge

(April 27, 2016) – For the first time ever, an all-female team swept the Overall Winner category at the 2016 Engineering Design Challenge (EDC), presented by Armstrong State University’s Engineering Studies program on Saturday, April 23. 

View More Department News >