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CODA: College of Textiles
Criteria Effective October 2011
1. General college Guidelines – except Fashion and Textile Management
a. An overall 2.4 GPA makes a student eligible to be considered for acceptance into the College of Textiles if they have completed MA 131 or 141 and CH 101 and 102. If they have the 2.4 GPA but have not taken the MA or CH, they can meet with the Director of Advising and Admissions to inquire about possibly transferring without both of these courses.
b. Any student with less than a 2.4 GPA but who has taken the MA 131 or 141 and the CH 101 and 102 should request a meeting with the Director of Advising and Admissions to determine their acceptance into the College of Textiles. It is advisable that they have taken T 101 to be more certain of their interest in the College of Textiles. Students with less than a 2.4 GPA may be accepted in part based on their overall courses taken that will transfer into a textile degree.
c. Any student with less than a 2.4 GPA who has not taken the MA or CH courses is not eligible to transfer into the College of Textiles. It is advised that such student take T 101 in addition to the MA and CH in order to be considered for acceptance.
2. Fashion and Textile Management Guidelines
a. Students with an overall GPA of 2.8 or higher who have completed MA 131 or MA 141 and CH 101 and CH 102 will be automatically admitted into Fashion and Textile Management.
b. Students with an overall GPA of 2.4 to 2.79 who have completed MA 131 or MA 141 and CH 101 and CH 102 may meet with the Textile Director of Advising and Admissions to be considered for acceptance into the program. In general, such transfers will be limited to students at the freshman or sophomore level.
3. Textile Engineering
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:
- MA 141 - Calculus
- MA 241 - Calculus II
- PY 205 - Physics for Engineers and Scientists I
- CH 101 - Chemistry - A Molecular Science
- CH 102 - General Chemistry Laboratory
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.
- ENG 101 - Academic Writing and Research
- E 101 - Introduction to Engineering and Problem Solving
- E 115 - Introduction to Computing Environments
Prior to acceptance, the transcripts of Students with over 60 hours will be evaluated carefully to determine the number of hours that will actually transfer into the textile degree.
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Additional information: Office of Academic Programs, College of Textiles, 515-1532.