Advising Tips and Information
Find your path through a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering or computer engineering.
Which Rhet 105?
All sections of Rhet 105 count for the Rhet 105 requirement.
General Education Language Requirement
The campus requires the completion of a third-semester-level foreign language course for graduation as part of the General Education requirements. If an incoming freshman has three years of one high school foreign language, s/he will meet this requirement. If s/he takes the language here, it will be used as liberal education or free elective credit.
Other information to help you decide which courses and when
- AP Credit Tables
- Humanities, Social Sciences, and Liberal Education Requirements
- Restrictions on Free Electives
- Grade Replacement
- Credit/No-Credit (Pass/Fail) option (see below for forms)
- Course Prerequisites
- ECE 445: Ways of receiving credit
- Subdiscipline elective advice -- EE and CompE
- Departmentally approved list of technical electives
Rules and Regulations
- Academic Honesty
- Junior Eligibility (the 2.25 rule)
- Probation and Drop Rules and Advice
- Dual Degrees
- Intercollegiate and Interdepartmental Transfer Guidelines
- Student Code
Computer engineering and Electrical engineering Curriculum Handouts and Guides
- Faculty Mentor Preference Form
- Application for Individual Study Courses
- Meeting Planner - must be submitted online from My.ECE before meeting your faculty mentor in the Spring and Fall. If necessary, you may print a copy.
- Application for Undergraduates applying for 500 Level Graduate Course
- Credit-No Credit Form Obtain adviser approval within the first eight weeks of instruction (first four weeks of the summer session). This option form cannot be submitted during the advanced enrollment period. The credit/no credit option can be dropped during the same time period, using the same form and procedure.
- Petition for Readmission - Contact the College of Engineering: Academic Affairs Office (206 Engineering Hall, 333-2280) to request form, or contact through the College advising web page.