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Arizona State University (Fulton) Work Box 879309 Tempe, AZ 85287-9309 Work(480) 965-6113

Admissions E-mail : [email protected] Web site : http://www.fulton.asu.edu/fulton/ Electronic application : http://www.asu.edu/graduate/

Overview : Arizona State University (Fulton)
Admissions Application deadline Application fee Academics 2007 Ph.D. student/faculty ratio 2007 Full-time faculty Fall 2009 Financial Aid Information In state, full-time: $6,228 In state, part-time: $426 (per credit hour) Out of state, full-time: $17,920 Out of state, part-time: $847 (per credit hour) $950 per credit hour 3.2 192 rolling $65

Tuition

Required fees Student Body 2007 Total graduate engineering enrollment Fall 2009 Admissions Information Application deadline Application fee

2,019

rolling $65

Application fee for international students Director of admissions 2007 New entrants in master's program Average GPA of new entrants in master's program Average verbal GRE score of new entrants in master's program Average quantitative GRE score of new entrants in master's program Average analytical GRE score of new entrants in master's program Average writing GRE score of new entrants in master's program Average GPA of new entrants in both master's and doctoral programs Average verbal GRE score of new entrants in both master's and doctoral programs 2007 Average quantitative GRE score of new entrants in both master's and doctoral programs Average analytical GRE score of new entrants in both master's and doctoral programs Average writing GRE score of new entrants in both master's and doctoral programs TOEFL TOEFL required for international students? Minimum TOEFL score required for computer test Minimum TOEFL score required for paper test Engineering Department Contacts Mechanical engineering phone number

$80 Michael Dickson

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(480) 965-3291

Mechanical engineering E-mail Mechanical engineering website Students specializing in mechanical engineering
GRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

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Graduate Application for Degree-seeking Student Nonrefundable application fee:

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U.S citizen degree graduate: $65 Non-U.S. citizen degree graduate: $80 Applications will not be processed until the fee is received. All checks and money orders must include student's full name as it appears on the Graduate Application, Date of Birth, and Application ID number.



Accepted forms of currency to pay the application fee include: • • • Credit card (VISA or MasterCard) U.S. check or U.S. money order, made payable to Arizona State University Cash, only if paying in person. Please do not mail cash.

Note: Checks drawn on international banks must identify a corresponding U.S. bank on the check and have bank routing numbers imprinted across the bottom of the draft. International money orders cannot be accepted. Note: Doctoral students who have an approved Leave of Absence prior to their departure and are re-applying to the same program are exempt from the application fee. Please reapply online, indicate you will pay the fee by check, submit your application, and notify Graduate Admissions at (480) 965-6113. •



Official Transcripts. One set of official transcripts from every college and university from which a Bachelors or higher degree was earned should be sent to: Arizona State University Graduate College Interdisciplinary Building, B-Wing, Room 170 PO Box 871003 Tempe, Arizona 85287-1003

If additional transcripts are required, the Graduate College will notify you. Note: ASU transcripts do not need to be sent.



Official Test Scores. Take required tests and have the official scores sent directly to Graduate Admissions. Test scores must be received directly from the agency administering the test. Photocopies are not acceptable.



U.S. bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited institution or the equivalent of a U.S. bachelor's degree from an international institution that is officially recognized by that country. A bachelor's degree in the U.S. is a four-year degree that follows 12 years of primary and secondary schoolwork.



Equivalent to a "B" average (in the last 60 semester hours or 90 quarter hours of undergraduate coursework). If you do not meet the minimum GPA requirements, your application may still be considered although the degree program office may require additional supporting documents.



Prepare required support materials for application to your degree program. These may include letters of recommendation, a statement of purpose or writing sample, a portfolio, a vita/biographical sketch/résumé, to name a few.

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Submit your application and all supporting materials. Consult our checklist and be sure to include the application fee for every application you submit. Proof of Measles Immunization on file with Student Health (please see www.asu.edu/studentaffairs/health/nurseclinic/immunizations) Non-U.S. citizens (residing in the USA) must provide proof of USA visa/immigration

Please write your Application ID Number on all documents and envelopes submitted to the Graduate College. Materials submitted without your Application ID Number will delay the processing of your application. The mailing address for application materials appears below.

Application Fee Applications will not be processed until the fee is received: • • $65 for each U.S. citizen graduate degree and non-degree application. $80 for each Non-U.S. citizen graduate degree and non-degree application.

Accepted forms of currency include: • Credit card (VISA or MasterCard)

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U.S. check or U.S. money order, made payable to Arizona State University Cash, only if paying in person. Please do not mail cash.

NOTE: Checks drawn on international banks must identify a corresponding U.S. bank on the check and have bank routing numbers imprinted across the bottom of the draft. International money orders cannot be accepted.

Official Transcripts/Academic Credentials One set of official transcripts/mark sheets from every college and university from which a bachelor's or higher degree was earned must be submitted. You do not need to submit Arizona State University transcripts. If additional transcripts are required, the Graduate College will notify you. We prefer transcripts in sealed envelopes, stamped and verified by the issuing institutions. International students should review additional information available at graduate.asu.edu/admissions/international.html. Nondegree applicants do not need to send transcripts.

Official Test Scores Have the official test scores required by the degree program sent to the Graduate Admissions Office by ETS.

English Proficiency If you are from a country whose native language is not English, you must provide evidence of English proficiency as indicated by acceptable scores on the TOEFL or IELTS as follows:

1. The minimum TOEFL requirement is 550 (PBT) or 80 (iBT).

2. 3.

The minimum IELTS is an overall band score of 6.5 with no individual band below a 6.0. Individual academic units may have higher requirements. Please consult your department's website.

Applicants who have met one of the following conditions at a regionally accredited college/university in the United States do not need to submit evidence of English proficiency: 1. 2. earned a bachelor's degree or higher completed a minimum of 12 semester hours of graduate level study with a cumulative graduate GPA of 3.00 or higher 3. completed at least 90 undergraduate semester credit hours with a cumulative GPA of 3.00 or higher 4. completed the American English and Culture Program Advanced Level II and have the recommendation of the Director of the AECP Application Semester English Proficiency Test must be taken after the date shown below

Fall 2009

August 1, 2007

Spring 2009

January 1, 2007

Summer 2009

June 1, 2007

TOEFL and IELTS scores are only valid if taken after the date shown above. Applications will not be processed without valid evidence of English proficiency. The TOEFL is administered by TOEFL/TSE Services, PO Box 6151, Princeton, NJ, 08541-6151, USA. Information is available on the internet at www.toefl.org or by email at [email protected] ASU's institutional code is 4007. The IELTS is administered by the University of Cambridge, ESOL Examinations, 1 Hills Road, Cambridge, CB1 2EU, United Kingdom. Information is available on the internet at www.ielts.org. There is no institutional code for IELTS.

Financial Guarantee If you are an international student, the Financial Guarantee form must be accompanied by the required bank statement.

Federal Scholarship Verification If you will be attending ASU on a federal scholarship, please fax or mail a letter from the sponsor documenting your affiliation with this program to: Graduate Admissions Office Graduate College Arizona State University Interdisciplinary B #170 (formerly Administration B) PO Box 871003 Tempe, AZ 85287-1003 Fax: (480) 965-5158

USA Visa Requirement Non USA Citizens (residing in the USA) must provide proof of USA visa/immigration.

Supplemental Materials The academic unit(s) to which you have applied may require additional application materials. We recommend that you communicate directly with the academic unit(s) to determine additional requirements.

Mail application materials to: APPLICATION Graduate College Arizona State University Interdisciplinary B #170 (formerly Administration B) PO Box 871003 Tempe, AZ 85287-1003 Please include your Document Reference Number on all materials you send to us. If you have any questions pertaining to admissions that have not been answered, feel free to visit our FAQs or call us at (480) 965-6113. General Admission Requirements To apply to Arizona State University, please see the requirements and follow the procedures listed at graduate.asu.edu/admissions/index.html.

Official Academic Credentials To process your application, all international records must be submitted in the original language accompanied by an official English translation. Translations must be literal, complete versions of original records, and the documents must be translated by a university, a government official, or an official translation service. You cannot do your own translation. Some educational systems promote students on the basis of periodic examinations and not on grades received in individual courses. In those cases, transcripts will be reports of the results of these examinations. If an educational system uses annual mark sheets, then all mark sheets must be submitted (not just those for the final examination). Degrees must be verified by official copies of diplomas or degree certificates from the institutions that awarded them and include the dates on which the degrees were conferred. Academic credentials must provide detailed information on the content and quality of your performance, courses taken each year, and the grades/marks received. Please do not send documents that cannot be easily replaced; please do not send intermediate or secondary education documents. All academic credentials and test scores must be official. The Graduate College accepts the following documents as official:



Original academic credentials issued by the registrar of the institution attended, bearing the original raised or colored seal of the institution and the signature of your institution's registrar, academic official, or recognized international organization.



Photocopies of international academic credentials that have been verified as true copies of the original by a responsible official of the institution attended or by an educational representative of the country's government or embassy. Each page must bear the verifying official's signature and stamp.



Photocopies of academic credentials that have been certified by a recognized international education organization-such as the U.S. Educational Foundation, AMIDEAST, or the Institute for International Education.

Note: Photocopies certified by a notary public are not official. Physical Address: APPLICATION Graduate College Arizona State University Interdisciplinary B-Wing, Room 170 PO Box 871003 Tempe, AZ 85287-1003

English Proficiency If you are from a country whose native language is not English, you must provide evidence of English proficiency as indicated by acceptable scores on the TOEFL or IELTS as follows:

1. The minimum TOEFL requirement is 550 (PBT) or 80 (iBT).
2. 3. The minimum IELTS is an overall band score of 6.5 with no individual band below a 6.0. Individual academic units may have higher requirements. Please consult your department's website. Applicants who have met one of the following conditions at a regionally accredited college/university in the United States do not need to submit evidence of English proficiency: 1. 2. earned a bachelor's degree or higher completed a minimum of 12 semester hours of graduate level study with a cumulative graduate GPA of 3.00 or higher

3.

completed at least 90 undergraduate semester credit hours with a cumulative GPA of 3.00 or higher

4.

completed the American English and Culture Program Advanced Level II with grades of B or better and have the recommendation of the Director of the AECP

Application Semester English Proficiency Test must be taken after the date shown below

Fall 2009

August 1, 2007

Spring 2009

January 1, 2007

Summer 2009

June 1, 2007

TOEFL and IELTS scores are only valid if taken after the date shown above. Applications will not be processed without valid evidence of English proficiency. The TOEFL is administered by TOEFL/TSE Services, PO Box 6151, Princeton, NJ, 08541-6151, USA. Information is available on the internet at www.toefl.org or by email at [email protected] ASU's institutional code is 4007. The IELTS is administered by the University of Cambridge, ESOL Examinations, 1 Hills Road, Cambridge, CB1 2EU, United Kingdom. Information is available on the internet at www.ielts.org. There is no institutional code for IELTS.

Obtaining a U.S. Visa This pdf document is a step-by-step outline of the U.S. visa application procedures: www.unitedstatesvisas.gov/pdfs/gettingavisa.02.03.pdf

ICE Information In order to apply and/or receive a visa to study in the United States, you are required to provide a permanent street address in the country in which you are a citizen. The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) also requires us to obtain additional information about you in order to process your visa application. Once we receive your application, you will receive additional information and instructions in our acknowledgement letter. Please be sure to follow those instructions fully.

International Student Office (ISO) The International Student Office provides many services-including initial orientation, counseling and advising, visa administration, and support activities on campus and in the community that promote international awareness. International students must report to this office, located in Room 265 in the Student Services Building, as soon as they arrive on campus. The International Student Office can be contacted at: International Student Office Arizona State University PO Box 870512 Tempe, AZ 85287-0512 Internet: www.asu.edu/studentaffairs/ed/iso Email: [email protected] Phone: (480) 965-7451

Spoken English for Teaching Assistants (TA) Teaching assistants whose native language is not English must meet spoken English requirements before they are allowed primary teaching responsibilities. The Graduate College urges applicants interested in teaching assistantship positions to take the TSE or the iBT which contains a speaking section in their home country and have the score sent directly to the Graduate College. The TSE is administered by TOEFL/TSE Services, PO Box 6151, Princeton, NJ, 08541-6151, USA, or call (609) 7717100/(609) 771-7714 (TTY). The iBT is administered by the Educational Testing Service. Information can be found at www.ets.org. Note: Please consult your program office regarding additional testing requirements.

Graduate Policies: Admissions
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Admissions

Applications

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Submission of an Application and Deadlines Application Fee Application Requirements

Additional International Requirements

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International Applicants: Additional Requirements English Language Requirement

Admission

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Graduate College Admission Requirements Admission Decisions Deferral of Admission Decisions Admission Status

Applications Submission of an Application and Deadlines For admission information and procedures, see graduate.asu.edu/admissions. Students are encouraged to apply via the website to expedite processing time. The application deadlines are set by the degree programs so applicants are urged to contact the programs directly. For fall enrollment, international applicants must submit application materials by the previous December. For spring enrollment (when allowed by the academic unit) international applicants must submit application materials by the previous August. Not all programs accept applications for both fall and spring semesters. Applicants are advised to contact the specific degree program departments for this information.

Application Fee Each application to an ASU graduate program must be accompanied by a nonrefundable application fee. For current fees please see the Graduate Admission website.

Application Requirements All applicants must submit official transcripts to the Graduate College from all post-secondary institutions previously attended (see graduate.asu.edu/admissions). Degree programs, departments, or colleges, may have admission requirements in addition to those of the Graduate College. Many graduate programs require scores from a national admissions test such as the Graduate Record

Examination (GRE), Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT), or the Miller Analogies Test. Some programs require a portfolio, letters of recommendation, and/or a statement of goals. Applicants should contact the degree program for specific additional requirements. Degree programs will make a recommendation to the Graduate College dean regarding their willingness to admit an applicant. Because ASU receives applications from many highly qualified students, some applicants may be denied admission for reasons not related to their academic performance (e.g., program capacity, mentor availability, program match).

Additional International Requirements International Applicants: Additional Requirements Applicants who will hold an F-1 or J-1 visa must: 1. 2. Meet the regulations of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency. Obtain insurance coverage against illness and accident before being permitted to register. Insurance must be maintained throughout the student's enrollment at the university.

3. Must submit additional materials as stated on the Graduate College's website at
graduate.asu.edu/admissions.

4. Verify that they have the financial resources to cover their expenses during graduate study at
ASU. The Financial Guarantee form is available through the Graduate College website at graduate.asu.edu/forms. The I-20 or the DS-2019 (documents needed to obtain a student visa) is issued only after the completed and properly verified Financial Guarantee form and supporting documents have arrived. International students may enroll at ASU only if they have been admitted to a degree program, a certificate program, or the post-baccalaureate teacher education program. Immediately upon arrival on campus, students must report to an advisor in the International Student Office (ISO), http://www.asu.edu/studentaffairs/ed/iso/.

English Language Requirement Applicants from a country whose native language is not English must provide evidence of English proficiency as indicated by acceptable scores on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), or the International English Language Testing System (IELTS), as follows:

1. The minimum TOEFL requirement for entry into any graduate program is 550 (paper-based) or
83 internet based TOEFL (iBT).

2.

The minimum IELTS requirement for entry into any graduate program is an overall band score of 6.5 with no individual band score below 6.0.

3.

Individual degree programs may have higher TOEFL or IELTS requirements for their various programs. Consult the individual department websites for more information.

The following exceptions apply to the English proficiency requirement: 1. Applicants who have completed at least 90 semester credit hours (or equivalent) with a cumulative grade point average of 3.00 or higher (on a 4.00 scale) at a regionally accredited institution in the United States are exempt from the English proficiency requirement. 2. Applicants who have earned a bachelor's degree or higher from a regionally accredited university in the United States are exempt from the English proficiency requirement. This study must have been done within the United States. 3. Applicants who have completed a minimum of 12 semester hours of graduate level study at a regionally accredited college or university in the United States with a GPA of 3.00 or higher are exempt from the English proficiency requirement. 4. Applicants who have completed the ASU American English and Culture Program Advanced 2 Level (with grades of "B" or higher) are exempt from the English proficiency requirement. All international applicants who are from a country whose native language is not English and who wish to apply for teaching assistantships must pass an examination that certifies their skill in speaking English-either the Test of Spoken English (TSE), which may be taken in the student's home country, or the Speaking Proficiency English Assessment Kit (SPEAK) test, which is administered at ASU. Some degree programs also require TSE or SPEAK scores of applicants whose native language is not English. For specific information about TSE requirements, contact the head of the program.

Admission Graduate College Admission Requirements An individual who holds a bachelor's degree (or equivalent) or a graduate degree from a regionallyaccredited college or university of recognized standing is eligible to apply for admission to the Graduate College. Remedies for undergraduate deficiencies may be assigned by academic units if the undergraduate degree is based on credits not accepted by ASU, such as life experience, or noncredit workshops and seminars. Generally, an applicant must have a GPA of 3.00 (scale: 4.00 = A), or the equivalent, in the last two years of work leading to the bachelor's degree. A student who enters a graduate degree program is expected to have undergraduate educational experiences, including general education studies, that are similar to those required for the baccalaureate degree at ASU. The Graduate College evaluates the

equivalency of the student's bachelor's degree to determine if the degree is acceptable for a graduate program at ASU.

Admission Decisions Only the Graduate College dean can make formal offers of admission. The Graduate College notifies all applicants in writing of the admission decision. Applicants are admitted into the university for the semester and year indicated on their admission letter and must initiate their program by registering for courses in that semester. All academic credentials and supporting materials received by the university in connection with an application for admission become the property of ASU.

Deferral of Admission Decisions A student may, with the recommendation of the degree program, defer his/her initial semester and year of admission to the next semester in which the program is admitting students. No further deferrals are allowed.

Admission Status There are several admission status levels which can be applied to a student's application: Regular Admission Status: Regular admission status is assigned to an applicant who fulfills all requirements for admission and is academically acceptable to both the degree program and the Graduate College. Regular Admission with Deficiencies Status: Regular admission with deficiencies status is assigned to an applicant whose grades and test scores are at an acceptable level but who does not have the undergraduate background expected by the degree program and the university. Deficiency courses may not be applied toward the minimum hours required for the degree program. Provisional Admission Status: Provisional admission status is assigned to a student who does not meet minimum academic standards but has additional evidence to suggest the potential for success. This status provides the degree program with an opportunity to better evaluate the student's academic potential. Students who do not meet the provisions of their admission will be withdrawn from their program. When students have completed their provisional requirements, they should check with their advisors to make sure that change of status has been recommended. A provisional student may also be assigned deficiency courses. Students with Provisional Admission are not eligible to submit their Plan of Study. Post-baccalaureate Non-degree Admission Status: Students not immediately intending to earn a degree may enroll as post-baccalaureate non-degree

students. The application process does not require submission of test scores or transcripts unless the student is applying to a graduate certificate program as well. For post-baccalaureate non-degree admission information and procedures, access the website at graduate.asu.edu/admissions/nondegree.html. See the Pre-Admission Credits paragraph in the Graduate Degree Requirements section of these policies for maximum credit hours that can be applied to a degree program. Please note that courses in some academic units are open only to degreeseeking students.

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