University College to College of Engineering Admission (internal)
Once admitted to the University, the academic home for all students is University College for Academic Success (UCAS). You then need to meet academic requirements set forth by the College your major is housed in, in this case the College of Engineering, to continue to pursue that degree plan. These requirements, detailed below, are normally satisfied within your first 2-3 semesters at the University.
For Engineering majors, these requirements are meant to help confirm your ability to successfully complete the program you are pursuing, as well as satisfying key prerequisites for future major coursework along the way.
All Engineering majors must successfully complete the following coursework, earning the specific course grades and grade point average (GPA) indicated. Please note, in many cases there are also specific course grade, average of specific course grades, and/or grade point average requirements to enroll in degree requirements connected to these foundation courses:
To be admitted to the COE, students must complete at least 24 credits (including transfer credits) with a grade point average of 2.00 or better, and must also complete the following required courses with a grade point average of 2.00 or better and a grade of “C-” or better in each course: CHM 101/102, EGR 105, EGR 106, MTH 141, MTH 142, PHY 203/273, and either PHY 204/274 or CHM 112/114.
Academic Requirements for Degree Progress
Enrollment in 200-level College of Engineering courses is restricted to engineering majors. Exceptions can be made by permission of the department chair. Enrollment in 300-level and above College of Engineering courses is restricted to students who have been admitted to a degree granting college.
Please also review the following list by major of grade or GPA requirements, which will also need to be achieved to be eligible for some of your major-specific coursework. Additional course prerequisites may also be needed to enroll for these specifically outlined classes. Your curriculum sheet also notates coursework that has specific grade and/or GPA prerequisites in prior coursework.
CHE 213, 272, and 364- at least a “C-” or better in CHE 212
CHE 314- at least a “C-” or better in CHE 213
Biomedical, Computer, and Electrical:
ELE 212– at least a 2.0 (C) average in MTH 141, MTH 142, PHY 203,PHY 204
ELE 313- at least a 2.0 (C) average in ELE 212, MTH 244 or 362, PHY 204
ELE 338- at least a 2.0 (C) average in ELE 201, 212, 215, MTH 142, PHY 204
ELE 480 & 481- at least a 2.0 (C) average in ELE 212, 313, 338
Several Junior year courses- CVE 220 with a “C” or better and at least a 2.0 (C) average in MTH 141, MTH 142, PHY 203, PHY 204, and CHM 101
MCE 301- at least a 2.0 (C) average in PHY 203, MCE 262, and CVE 220
Please note: At the discretion of the Dean’s Office, students who do not demonstrate satisfactory progress may be required to leave the COE.