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Mechanical engineering at CSU Long Beach.

CSUChopefulCSUChopeful Registered User Posts: 93 Junior Member
How's mechanical engineering at CSU Long Beach. So far I'm applying as a transfer to:

UC

*Berkeley
*Los Angeles
*Davis
*Santa Barbara

CSU

*Cal Poly-SLO
*Cal Poly-Pomona

I just applied to the two polytechnics in the CSU because they are good in engineering. Should I apply to CSULB? I have a 3.65 and have guaranteed admissions to UC Davis through a transfer agreement. Is the ME department decent at CSULB? How does it rank against the Cal Polys or the UCs?
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Replies to: Mechanical engineering at CSU Long Beach.

  • The Power of OneThe Power of One Registered User Posts: 613 Member
    Honestly, the two Cal Poly's are the best CSUs for engineering, and I would rank CSULB as third. They have a good engineering department. I'm not familiar with the engineering departments at UCs, but in general, in terms of academics, UCs> CSUs.
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