Get into Pro School

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What is Pro School?

  • Once admitted to the university all students enter the College of Engineering as pre-engineering professionals. You are accepted into the major once you have completed the pre-engineering professional coursework
  • Each student must complete the pre-engineering professional coursework and meet the Minimum Application Requirements to apply and be admitted into the professional engineering program (Pro School). Admission to Pro School is competitive and meeting the minimum application requirements does not guarantee admission to the Professional Program (Pro School).
  • All 300 and 400 level coursework is completed while in Pro School, during the junior and senior years 
  • Admission to Pro School is for Fall or Winter terms. If you are doing MECOP, Fall term admission is required

Admission to Pro School

  1. Minimum Application Requirements
  1. Good academic standing at OSU
  2. Complete and earn a “C” or better in all coursework
  3. Maintain a minimum GPA of 2.25 in PRE-CORE courses
  1. Apply to Pro School
Application Deadlines:
July 1 for Fall term admission
Nov. 1 for Winter term admission

 

Academic Standing in Pro School

  1. Students who are admitted to Pro School in ECE or CS are expected to maintain a minimum GPA of 2.25 in the required, track, option, and elective professional program courses.
  2. At the end of each academic year the College of Engineering calculates the grade point averages for the PRO CORE courses and notifies all students who are not making satisfactory academic progress.
  3. Students who are suspended from the professional program are restricted from Pro School courses until they are reinstated.

Suspension and reinstatement process details are found in  the College of Engineering policy manual