Regents' Engineering Pathway Program

Middle Georgia State University proudly participates in the Regents' Engineering Pathway Program (REPP), which allows you to begin your engineering studies at an affordable price and closer to home before transferring to complete your bachelor's degree. REPP students may transfer to Georgia Tech, Georgia Southern University, Kennesaw State University, UGA or Mercer University.

Students take all of their math and science courses, as well as some engineering courses, at Middle Georgia State University. Our professors work closely with the five partner schools to develop a well coordinated curriculum for REPP students.

Other Details:

  • REPP is not a degree program but a curriculum of courses designed to make your transfer as an engineering student as seamless as possible.
  • Admission requirements, including GPA, vary at the partner institutions. To review requirements, visit the institutions' websites.
  • More than 75 percent of REPP students at MGA who transferred to a partner school completed their engineering degree.
  • REPP, formerly known as Regents' Engineering Transfer Program, has been around for nearly 30 years. This program makes engineering programs more accessible to students throughout the state of Georgia. You can save money in tuition, fees, housing and meals because you attend a college or university closer to home for your first two years of study.

Want to learn more about REPP at Middle Georgia State?

Dr. Chris Hornung, Macon Campus REPP coordinator, .

Admissions team for general admissions questions