The UB School of Engineering and Applied Sciences Office of Undergraduate Education works closely with the university’s Office of Admissions to review the applications of undergraduate freshmen applying to any of our undergraduate engineering and applied sciences majors.
Admission to the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences at the University at Buffalo comprises a two-step process. Students must first apply to and be admitted by the University at Buffalo. Students then submit a Supplemental Application that is reviewed by the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
SUNY Seamless Transfer is a SUNY-wide program intended to make transferring to UB and other SUNY Schools simple and efficient for SUNY students. SUNY has defined courses that SUNY students can take before transferring which will apply to the major at UB and ensure timely graduation.
Information about the Transfer Path for various majors is available from the SUNY Website.
Students can also view the recommended course sequence for SUNY Seamless using the appropriate flowsheet, and using the “Seamless Transfer” tab.
TAURUS (Transfer Articulation and University Requirements at UB System) is the University at Buffalo’s (UB) articulation website that outlines the articulation process and includes the Course Equivalency Guide (CEG). The Course Equivalency Guide displays course articulation approved by UB faculty.
If a student has course work from a previous institution that does not appear in the TAURUS Course Equivalency Guide and will work towards their major degree or general education requirements, then they should submit a course articulation request.
UB students in academic good standing may be considered for admission to any of our undergraduate engineering or applied science majors.