Regents’ Engineering Pathway Program (REP Program)
The Regents’ Engineering Pathway Program (REP Program) – formerly the Regents’ Engineering Transfer Program – allows students at colleges and universities in the University System of Georgia to study for two years at their home institution, then transfer to Georgia Southern, Georgia Tech, Kennesaw State, Mercer University or the University of Georgia to complete their engineering degrees.
The purpose of the REP Program at Georgia Southern University is to:
- Increase the accessibility to an engineering education in the State of Georgia.
- Develop study habits and engineering problem-solving capability for students to be successful in their junior and senior engineering courses as well as in their professional careers.
- Provide the coursework required during the first two years of the curricula for the engineering degree programs offered by Georgia’s engineering schools.
For students who are completing their initial studies at another institution.
For students who are starting at GSU and planning to transfer to another REP Program institution.
Program Contact Information
Dr. John O’Malley Jr.
Phone: (912) 478-7412
Last updated: 1/10/2017