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CODA: College of Natural Resources

  • Counseling by the appropriate program coordinator will be provided prior to transferring into any CNR curricula.
  • Student will be notified of their admissions status within a month after submission of an application.

Department of Forestry and Environmental Resources

On Campus Transfer Policy:

Meeting the criteria listed below does not guarantee admissions. Admission is competitive and is based on academic record, space available and demonstrated interest in the desired field of study.

 

Degree Programs:

Forest Management (BS) (15FORMTBS)

    Transfer Criteria:

    Required for Transfer:

  • 2.0 cumulative GPA
  • Preferred courses to be taken prior to applying:

  • MA 121 (or higher)
  • CH 101/102
  • PB 200 or BIO 181M

Natural Resources (BS): Ecosystem Assessment (15NATREECO)
Natural Resources (BS): Policy and Administration (15NATREPOL)

    Transfer Criteria:

    Required for Transfer:

  • 2.0 cumulative GPA
  • Preferred courses to be taken prior to applying:

  • BIO 181
  • CH 101/102
  • MA 121 or MA 131

Environmental Technology and Management (BS) (15ENVTBS)

    Transfer Criteria:

    Required for Transfer:

  • 2.0 cumulative GPA or 2.0 or better in most recent semester
  • 30 hours of college-level coursework completed with at least 15 hours completed at NC State
  • ENG 101, MA 121 or 131 or 141, and (CH 101/102 or BIO 181) with a C- or better
  • Preferred for transfer :

  • 2.5 cumulative GPA.
  • Demonstrated commitment to learning (GPA or improvement in GPA for last two semesters)
  • Demonstrated interest in major (part-time and volunteer work experience related to the major
  • If not admitted, applicants may reapply. Prior to reapplying, a meeting with Environmental Technology Undergraduate Coordinator is strongly advised.

Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology (BS): Conservation Biology (15FWSCICB)
Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology (BS): Fisheries Science (15FWSCICF)
Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology (BS): Wildlife Science (15FWSCICW)

    Transfer Criteria:

    Required for Transfer:

  • 2.0 cumulative GPA or 2.0 or better in most recent semester
  • 30 hours of college-level coursework completed with at least 15 hours completed at NC State
  • ENG 101, MA 121 or 131 or 141, and (CH 101/102 or BIO 181) with a C- or better
  • Preferred for transfer :

  • 2.5 cumulative GPA.
  • Demonstrated commitment to learning (GPA or improvement in GPA for last two semesters)
  • Demonstrated interest in major (part-time and volunteer work experience related to the major
  • If not admitted, applicants may reapply. Prior to reapplying, a meeting with Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology Undergraduate Coordinator is strongly advised.

Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management

On-Campus Transfer Policy:

Meeting the criteria listed below does not guarantee admissions. Admission is competitive and is based on academic record, space available and demonstrated interest in the desired field of study.

Please Note: The Proceed to Application button will only be available during the application windows listed on the left.

Students currently enrolled in a major in another college at N.C. State or another major within the College of Natural Resources and who wish to transfer into or double major in Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management, Professional Golf Management or Sport Management, will be eligible to submit an electronic application once they have met all of the requirement for the specific major.

 

Application Procedures

 

Applications will be reviewed immediately following each application deadline and students will be notified of their admission status via email within one month of the deadline. If not admitted, applicants may reapply. Prior to reapplying, a meeting with either the PRTM Director of Undergraduate Programs or PGM Director is strongly advised. For questions regarding the CODA process for the Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management, contact the Director of Undergraduate Programs at 919-513-3939.

Professional Golf Management (BS) (15PGMBS)

    Required for transfer:

  • Completed 24 hours of college level course work (at least 15 hours completed at NC State)
  • Completed English 101, required math course, one natural science with a lab.
  • Minimum 2.0 overall GPA and 2.0 or better for most recent semester
  • All applicants interested in the PGM program must submit a golf handicap of twelve (12) or less verified by a United States Golf Association (USGA handicap) Professional Golfers' Association of America (PGA) golf professional, or high school golf coach or has successfully passed the Player Ability Test (PAT). Handicap verification should be submitted to the Director of the Professional Golf Management Program, Room 4023 Biltmore Hall.

Sport Management (BS) (15SPMGTBS)

    Required for transfer:

  • Completed 24 hours of college level course work (at least 15 hours completed at NC State)
  • Completed English 101, required math course, one natural science with a lab.
  • Complete PRT 152 with a C- or better. (Effective Fall 2013, C+ or better will be required*)
  • Minimum 2.0 or better for most recent semester.
  • Preferred for transfer:

  • Minimum 2.5 overall GPA

Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management (BS): Parks and Natural Resource Recreation (15PRTNRR)
Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management (BS): Program Management (15PRTPM)
Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management (BS): Tourism and Commercial Recreation (15PRTTCR)

    Required for transfer:

  • Completed 24 hours of college level course work (at least 15 hours completed at NC State)
  • Completed English 101, required math course, one natural science with a lab.
  • Complete PRT 152 with a C- or better. (Effective Fall 2013, C+ or better will be required*)
  • Minimum 2.0 or better for most recent semester.
  • Preferred for transfer:

  • Minimum 2.5 overall GPA

* Effective Fall 2013, transfers to the Sports Management and PRT programs will have to have completed PRT 152 with a C+ or better to be eligible to transfer. Students requesting transfer prior to the Fall 2013 semester and have completed PRT 152 with a C- or better will be considered for transfer.

 

Minor in Parks Recreation and Tourism Management

Students wishing to minor in Parks Recreation and Tourism Management must meet with the Undergraduate Coordinator prior to beginning course work, complete the Minor in Parks Recreation and Tourism Management Application, and file a plan of work for the minor. Because of course availability, it is strongly recommended that students begin work toward the minor prior to their senior year. Students will be allowed to register for PRT classes as seats are available. (Preference will be given to Parks Recreation and Tourism Management majors.)

 

Department of Forest Biomaterials

Sustainable Materials and Technology (BS) (15SMTBS)

    Required for transfer:

  • 2.0 cumulative GPA

Paper Science and Engineering (BS) (15PSEBS) See College of Engineering CODA

    Success Courses

    Students begin the CODA process, steps to officially joining a professional degree program, by compiling an Engineering Success Score (ESS) based solely on their performance in the following five pre-engineering Success courses:

  1. MA 141 - Calculus
  2. MA 241 - Calculus II
  3. PY 205 - Physics for Engineers and Scientists I
  4. CH 101 - Chemistry - A Molecular Science
  5. CH 102 - General Chemistry Laboratory
  6. Students must complete each of the courses above with a C or better to receive credit and advance toward acceptance into an engineering department.

    Additional Required Courses

    In addition to the Success courses listed above, students will be required to complete the following courses, with a C minus or better:

  1. ENG 101 - Academic Writing and Research
  2. E 101 - Introduction to Engineering and Problem Solving
  3. E 115 - Introduction to Computing Environments
  4. A student wishing to be admitted to Paper Science & Engineering will stay in his/her current curriculum until the requirements described above are met. On-campus students cannot be placed into the PSU curriculum code, which is restricted for incoming freshmen only. Please note: The College of Engineering requires that students in U designations (e.g. CHU, EU, PSU etc.) must matriculate into an engineering program by the end of the 4th semester or after 60 credit hours