B.S. in Modeling and Simulation Engineering
The Old Dominion University Office of Admissions is responsible for evaluating and admitting freshman. Admission decisions are made on the basis of high school performance, references, and SAT scores. All incoming engineering freshman students are admitted to the Engineering Freshman Division. After completing 30 credits, including English Composition, Calculus I and II, Introductory Computer Science, Physics I, and Exploring Engineering and Technology I and II, they become eligible for admission to the M&SE program.
High school students interested in the M&SE program should follow a college preparatory curriculum. A recommended plan of study would include four units of English, three units of a foreign language, four units of mathematics (algebra I and II, geometry, advanced math), one unit of chemistry or biology, and one unit of physics. Additionally, computer programming is recommended.
Students also may transfer to the M&SE program from other colleges and universities. The Old Dominion University Office of Admissions also is responsible for evaluating and admitting transfer students. The transfer applicant must have an overall GPA of at least 2.20 and be in good academic standing at an accredited institution for consideration for admission to Old Dominion University. The MSVE department has worked closely with local community colleges to develop transfer articulation agreements. Students completing pre-engineering Associate of Science (A. S.) degrees can transfer seamlessly to the M&SE undergraduate program.