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California Polytechnic State University

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  • California Polytechnic State University
  • California Polytechnic State University
  • California Polytechnic State University
  • California Polytechnic State University

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Təhsil haqqı : $23,109.00(İxtisasa görə dəyişir)
Qəbul etdiyi imtahan : Qəbul: TOEFL, IELTS
Tarix : 10/09/2018
Qəbul : Qəbul bitib
Ölkə/Şəhər/Ünvan : Kaliforniya

Cal Poly (also known as California Polytechnic State University, and Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo[6]) is a public university located in San Luis Obispo, California, known for its Learn by Doing philosophy which encourages students to combine theory with practice to solve real-world problems. It is one of two polytechnics in the California State University system.

The university is organized into six colleges offering 64 bachelor’s and 32 master’s degrees. Cal Poly San Luis Obispo primarily focuses on undergraduate education with 20,425 undergraduate and 881 graduate students.[10][11] The university is located in San Luis Obispo, California, often noted as one of the happiest cities in the United States with many alumni in Silicon Valley. The university participates in the Big West Conference in athletics.

campus

Cal Poly has one of the largest college campuses in the United States.It owns 9,678 acres and is the second largest land-holding university in California. The lands are used for student education and include the main campus, two nearby agricultural lands, and two properties in Santa Cruz County. Part of the Cal Poly property is the Swanton Pacific Ranch, a 3,200-acre (1,300 ha) ranch located in Santa Cruz County, California, outside the town of Davenport. The ranch provides educational and research opportunities, encompasses rangeland, livestock, and forestry operations for the College of Agriculture, Food, and Environmental sciences, and fosters Cal Poly’s Learn by Doing teaching philosophy of with emphasis on sustainable management of agricultural practices with a mix of laboratory experiments.

Admissions

Cal Poly’s admissions process is “more selective” according to U.S. News & World Report.

For students admitted Fall 2017, 16,695 freshmen were accepted out of 48,571 applicants, a 34.4% acceptance rate. Fall 2017 admitted students have an average GPA of 4.04, average ACT score of 30, and average SAT score of 1391.

For Fall 2017 admitted transfer students, Cal Poly accepted 1,758 of 8,348 applicants, a 21.0% acceptance rate. Fall 2017 admitted transfer students have an average college GPA of 3.41.[46]

For Fall 2016 students, the average high school GPA was 3.92. The middle 50% range of SAT scores for the Fall 2016 enrolled freshmen was 560–660 for critical reading and 590–700 for math, while the ACT Composite range was 26–31.[43] Men constituted 50.3% of the incoming class of 2020, women 49.7%.[43]

Cal Poly requires students to declare a major when applying for admission, and the university then admits the most competitive applicants within each major based on GPA and SAT or ACT scores. As a result, changing majors at the university is not guaranteed. Each major has a specific change of major plan which includes required classes to be taken while maintaining a certain GPA (usually between 2.5–2.75) in order to be considered as a candidate. In some cases students wishing to change majors transfer to other universities.

Tuition

Due to continued reductions in state funding, Fall 2011 fees for the average student reached approximately $2,600 per quarter.[62] For comparison, the Spring 2002 fees for the average student were $760 per quarter. While total yearly fees for an in-state student were just $2,976 in 2002, students entering in fall 2011 faced an annual fee of over $7,900.[63]

Of the students enrolled in fall 2014, 61.6% of undergraduates and 70.0% of first-time freshmen received some form of financial aid in 2014–15.[10] The amount of financial aid awarded in 2014–15 totaled $151.5 million, of which 64.3% came from federal funds, 11.9% came from state funds and 17.5% came from institutional funds.[10] Loans comprised 55.6% of the financial aid, 31.2% came in the form of grants, and 10.2% in scholarship

College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences

Agribusiness

Agricultural Education and Communication

Animal Science

BioResource and Agricultural Engineering

Experience Industry Management

Food Science and Nutrition

Horticulture and Crop Science

Military Science

Natural Resources Management and Environmental Sciences

Wine and Viticulture

College of Architecture and Environmental Design

Architectural Engineering

Architecture

City and Regional Planning

Construction Management

Landscape Architecture

Orfalea College of Business

College of Engineering

Aerospace Engineering

Biomedical Engineering

Civil and Environmental Engineering

Computer Engineering

Computer Science and Software Engineering

Electrical Engineering

General Engineering

Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering

Materials Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

College of Liberal Arts

Art and Design

Communication Studies

English

Ethnic Studies

Graphic Communication

History

Interdisciplinary Studies in the Liberal Arts

Journalism

Music

Philosophy

Political Science

Psychology and Child Development

Social Sciences

Theatre and Dance

Women’s and Gender Studies

World Languages and Cultures

College of Science and Mathematics

Biological Sciences

Chemistry and Biochemistry

Kinesiology and Public Health

Liberal Studies

Mathematics

Physics

Statistics

School of Education

Interdisciplinary Programs

BA Liberal Arts and Engineering Studies

MS Engineering Management

MCRP/MS Engineering, Transportation Planning



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