Undergraduate Studies

Students participate in Dr. Andrew DiMeo's Biomedical Engineering Senior Design class in Engineering Building III on Centennial Campus.

The resources listed on this page will help undegraduates at all stages of their college career.

Degrees and Programs

Check out Degrees and Programs for brief descriptions of the degree programs, links to departmental websites, degree plans and courses.

Admission

Read about freshman and transfer admission criteria.

Engineering First Year Program

Engineering First Year Program is home base for newly admitted first-year engineering students, providing important information that ensures a successful college career.

Academic Advising

Your academic advisors are here to help you with any questions you may have. Visit Academic Advising for details, including a list of Coordinators of Advising for each department.

Joining an Academic Department (CODA)

Students who are currently enrolled must follow Change of Degree Application (CODA) guidelines for joining an engineering department as a degree-seeking student.*

*Note: The Change of Degree Application was formerly called the Change of Degree Audit. The acronym is still CODA.

Graduation Policy

Learn about the requirements for graduation.

Professional Engineer Licensure

Find out how to prepare for and take the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) and Professional Engineer (PE) exams.

Introduction to the Profession Ceremony

Students who are about to graduate or who have recently graduated are encouraged to participate in the Introduction to the Profession Ceremony sponsored by the College and held at the close of each semester.

Scholarships

Learn about scholarship opportunities for current students and incoming freshmen and transfer students.

Computing Resources

Scout out computing resources at Eos Engineering Computing.