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Fall 2020 Impacted Programs

 

Approval was granted by the California State University Chancellor's Office for continuing program impaction of four Fall, 2020 Cal Maritime degree programs (majors). One program, Oceanography, is newly impacted for Fall, 2020. Select each program for details on specific impacted admission requirements:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Facilities Engineering Technology and Marine Engineering Technology Impaction Requirements for Fall 2020.

 

Admission Criteria

All applicants must apply within the October/November application period and complete the application within a timely manner.

Freshman Applicants 

  • All applicants must submit an SAT or ACT score so that an index score can be computed for everyone.
  • The most recent math course (at least algebra II) must be passed with a "C-" or better within five years of the application term 
  • A minimum Math SAT score of 520 or ACT math score of 20 
  • All other basic CSU eligibility requirements must be met.
  • The following items are recommended
    • Completion of a course in pre-calculus (or equivalent course).
    • Completion of a course in physics.
    • Completion of four years of high school math
    • Submission of a resume including the applicant's background connected to engineering, leadership, and/or the maritime industry

 

Lower Division Transfer Students

  • The "Golden Two" courses must be completed:
    • A college-level math course (CSU GE area B4) must have been passed with a "C-" or better within five years of the application
    • A college-level English course (CSU GE area A2) must have been passed with a "C-" or better.
    • The following items are recommended
      • Calculus I, C- or better
      • Engineering Physics with a lab, C- or better
      • General Chemistry with a lab, C- or better
      • Submission of a resume including the applicant's background connected to engineering, leadership and/or the maritime industry
    • All other CSU eligibility requirements for freshmen regarding high school grades/courses and standardized test scores must be met. 
    • A formula including the overall college GPA, the number of completed college courses, the number of completed engineering pre-requisite courses, the high school eligibility index score, and a numerical enhancement for local (Solano County) applicants will be used for transfer applicants to the same program.
    • The following item is recommended: Submission of a resume including the applicant's background connected to engineering, leadership and/or the maritime industry  

Upper Division Transfer Applicants 

  • The "Golden Four" courses must be completed:
    • A college-level math course (CSU GE area B4) must have been passed with a "C" or better within five years of the application.
    • A college-level English course CSU GE area A2) must have been passed with a "C" or better.
    • A "Critical Thinking" course (CSU GE area A3) must have been passed with a "C-" or better.
    • An "Oral Communication" course (CSU GE area A1) must have been passed with a "C-" or better.
  • All of the following courses are also required.
    • Calculus II, C- or better
    • General Chemistry with a Lab, C- or better
    • Engineering Physics II, C- or better
    • Engineering Graphics, C- or better
    • Properties of Materials, C- or better
    • Engineering Statics, C- or better
    • U.S. History (CSU GE equivalent course), C- or better
    • Lower-Division Humanities Elective (CSU GE area C2), C- or better
  • All other CSU eligibility requirements must be met.
  • A formula including the overall college GPA, the number of completed college courses, the number of completed engineering pre-requisite courses, and a numerical enhancement for local (Solano County) applicants will be used for transfer applicants to the same program.
  • The following item is recommended: Submission of a resume including the applicant's background connected to engineering, leadership and/or the maritime industry

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Marine Transportation Impaction Requirements for Fall 2020

 

Admission Criteria
All applicants must apply within the October/November application period and complete the application within a timely manner.

 

Freshman Applicants

  • The most recent math course (at least Algebra II) must have been passed with a C- or better within five years of the application term to be eligible for consideration.
  • All applicants must have received either an SAT Math score of at least 520 or ACT Math score of 20 
  • All other basic CSU eligibility requirements must be met.
  • The following item is recommended: Submission of a resume including the applicant's background connected to the maritime industry, and/or leadership

 

Transfer Applicants

  • The most recent math course (at least College Algebra level) must have been passed with a C- or better within five years of the application term to be eligible for consideration.
  • All lower division applicants must submit an SAT or ACT score.
  • All other CSU eligibility requirements must be met.
  • The following item is recommended: Submission of a resume including the applicant's background connected to engineering, leadership and/or the maritime industry  
  • A formula including the overall college GPA, the number of completed college courses, the high school eligibility index score (for lower division applicants only), and a numerical enhancement for local (Solano County) applicants will be used for transfer applicants to the same program.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mechanical Engineering Impaction Requirements Fall 2020

 

Admission Criteria
All applicants must apply within the October/November application period and complete the application within a timely manner.

 

Freshman Applicants

  • All applicants must have received either an SAT Math score of at least 570 or ACT Math score of 23 
  • The most recent math course (at least the immediate pre-requisite to calculus) must have been passed with a C- or better within five years of the application term.
  • All other basic CSU eligibility requirements must be met.
  • The following items are recommended
    • Completion of a high-school course in Physics
    • Completion of four years of high school math
    • Submission of a resume including the applicant's background connected to engineering, leadership and/or the maritime industry

 

Lower Division Transfer Applicants

  • One of the following must be met.
    • A college-level math course that is a pre-requisite course to calculus must have been passed with a "C-" or better within five years of the application term to be eligible for consideration along with either an SAT Math score of at least 550 from the pre-February, 2016 SAT, a score to be determined from the "new" SAT, or ACT Math score of 23
    • A college-level calculus course must have been passed with a "C-"or better within five years of the application term.
  • All other CSU eligibility requirements must be met
  • The following items are recommended
     
  • A college-level physics course (calculus-based with lab or engineering physics with lab) passed with a "C-" or better within five years of the application term
  • A college-level chemistry course (with lab) passed with a "C-" or better
  • A college-level calculus III course must have been passed with a "C-" or better within five years of the application term.
  • An engineering properties of materials course must be passed with a "C-" or better. 
  • An engineering statics course must be passed with a "C-" or better.
  • An engineering computer programming course with a "C-" or better
  • A college U.S. History course (CSU GE equivalent course) must be passed with a "C-" or better.
  • A lower-division humanities elective course (CSU GE area C2) with a "C-" or better.
     
  • Submission of a resume including the applicant's background connected to engineering, leadership and/or the maritime industry
  • A formula including the overall college GPA, the number of completed college courses, the number of completed engineering pre-requisite courses, the high school eligibility index score, and a numerical enhancement for local (Solano County) applicants will be used for transfer applicants to the same program.

 

Upper Division Transfer Applicants

  • All of the following must be met.
    • A college-level physics course (calculus-based with lab or engineering physics with a lab) must have been passed with a "C-" or better within five years of the application
    • A college chemistry course (with lab) must be passed with a "C-" or better.
    • A college-level calculus III course must have been passed with a "C-" or better within five years of the application term.
    • An engineering properties of materials course must be passed with a "C-" or better.
    • An engineering statics course must be passed with a "C-" or better.
    • An engineering computer programming course with a "C-" or better
    • A college U.S. History course (CSU GE equivalent course) must be passed with a "C-" or better.
    • A lower-division humanities elective course (CSU GE area C2) with a "C-" or better.
  • All other CSU eligibility requirements must be met.
  • The following item is recommended: Submission of a resume including the applicant's background connected to engineering, leadership and/or the maritime industry
  • A formula including the overall college GPA, the number of completed college courses, the number of completed engineering pre-requisite courses, and a numerical enhancement for local (Solano County) applicants will be used for transfer applicants to the same program.
  • The following item is recommended: Submission of a resume including the applicant's background connected to engineering, leadership and/or the maritime industry  

 

 

Oceanography Impaction Requirements Fall 2020

 

Admission Criteria

All applicants must apply within the October/November application period.

Freshman Applicants

  • All applicants will be required to provide an SAT or ACT score regardless of high school GPA
  • If a reduced number of admits is necessary, applicants will be sorted and selected based on overall admission index score and/or the math test score (Math SAT or Math ACT)
  • All other basic CSU eligibility requirements must be met.

 

Transfer Applicants

  • If a reduced number of admits is necessary, applicants will be sorted and selected based on the college GPA. For any lower-division applicants, the high school GPA will be factored into the sort.
  • All other applicable CSU eligibility requirements (Golden Two or Golden four) must be met.

Upper Division Transfer Applicants

  • Once applicants have been sorted based on College GPA, a minimum GPA will be used to match qualifying applications with the available number of upper division transfer admission spots.
  • Special consideration will be given to the following small but important groups at Cal Maritime: Veterans, International Students, Domestic Non-Residents, and Post-Baccalaureate Students.
  • If possible, a faculty committee will provide additional review to those applicants with academic qualifications near the impaction minimum to ensure those with remarkable backgrounds or experiences are given appropriate consideration for admission offers.

Additional Recommendations to Freshman and Transfer Applicants

  • Submission of a resume including the applicant's background connected to leadership and/or areas related to oceanography
  • Completion of a course in pre-calculus (or equivalent course).
  • Completion of four years of high school math

 

 

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Apply NOW for Fall 2019 Admission to
Two Open Majors via www.calstate.edu/apply

  • Business Administration
  • Global Studies & Maritime Affairs

When you are asked which campus,
select "Maritime Academy"

All Majors Accepting Fall 2020 Applications Starting October 1, 2019

Cal Maritime, Office of Admission
200 Maritime Academy Dr.
Vallejo, CA 94590

(707) 654-1330 (Office)
(707) 654-1336 (FAX)
admission@csum.edu

 

Admission Office Hours

Monday - Friday, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Scheduled Breaks/Holidays:

May 6*:- Aug 16*: No Classes but Campus Tours are Available*
Jul 4*: Holiday, Campus Closed
Aug 13* - Aug 18*: New Student Move-In & Orientation
Aug 19* - Fall Classes Begin
Sep 2*: Holiday, Campus Closed

Sep 3: - Dec 11: Tours Available Including the Ship, Classes in Session
Nov 11: Holiday, Campus Closed
Nov 25-27: No Classes but Campus Tours Available 
Nov 28-29: Holiday, Campus Closed
Dec 12-24: No Classes but Campus Tours Available
Dec 25-Jan 1: Holiday, Campus Closed
Jan 2-3: No Classes but Campus Tours Available
Jan 6: Spring Classes Begin

* Note that the Training Ship Golden Bear unavailable from May 1 to approximately September 3 and will not be available for tours during those dates.


 


Admission Office Resources

Admission Process Deadlines
Annual Security Report (Jeanne Cleary Act)
Cal Maritime New Price & Cost Calculator


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