Transfer to Other U.Va. Schools


Students planning to transfer to the University of Virginia School of Architecture, Batten, Commerce, Education, Engineering, or Nursing should visit these schools and investigate carefully the requirements for entrance and application deadlines. These undergraduate schools are separate from the College of Arts & Sciences and have their own admissions standards, programs, and goals.

Transfer is not automatic; students enrolled in the College should not neglect College requirements in anticipation of transfer.

Students in the Engagements Pathway must enroll in four EGMT classes in their first year. Students may not enroll in more than 2 Engagement courses (4 credits) in a given semester. In practice, this means students will enroll in two Engagement courses in the fall and two Engagement courses in the spring. Students who fail to enroll in the required Engagement courses will be enrolled by the College.

Students should remember that some programs may not be compatible with the liberal arts training expected by some graduate disciplines.


School of Architecture

Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy

McIntire School of Commerce

Curry School of Education and Human Development

Programs include

  • Kinesiology
  • Speech Communications Disorders
  • Teacher Education
  • Youth and Social Innovation

School of Engineering and Applied Science

School of Nursing