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Although Georgia College & State University students may transfer to any of several engineering schools, the majority enroll in the Dual Degree Program established between Georgia College & State University and the Georgia Institute of Technology (GIT). In this program the candidate completes 90 semester hours (about three years) at Georgia College & State University. If students compile a good record in the Dual Degree courses, with particular emphasis on calculus and physics, and receive a recommendation from the Dual Degree coordinator, they will be admitted to GIT. However, the following point should be noted: At times, the enrollments in certain engineering majors at GIT reach a critical level, and GIT reserves the right to place very high entrance requirements in those majors for its own students as well as for transfers. The Dual Degree Program is not recommended for international students since GIT rarely accepts undergraduates on student visas. Upon completion of the engineering major requirements at GIT, a Dual Degree student receives both an undesignated (no major) Bachelor of Science degree from Georgia College & State University and a Bachelor of Science degree from GIT in the engineering major. The engineering majors offered by GIT include aerospace, biomedical, chemical and biomolecular, civil, computer, electrical, industrial, materials science, mechanical and nuclear, or plymer & fiber engineering.

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