How can I declare my major?
Who is my faculty advisor?
It depends on your area of interest. Members of the ECE undergraduate Committee (UGC) advise undergraduate students who have declaredÂ or are interested in an ECE major. The Faculty advisors are listed here by area. ECE majors should meet their advisor in their area of interest regularly to discuss their program and to check for any possibleÂ discrepancies in courses and degree requirements.
How can I make an advising appointment?
Contact a faculty member from the list who is in your same area. This ensures the best advising experience possible. ECE majors should meet their advisor regularly to discuss their program and to check for any possibleÂ changes in courses and degree requirements.
What should I bring to advising appointments?
I haven't declared, but I'm interested in ECE. What do I do?
Students interested in ECE but who have not yet declared are encouraged to contact a Faculty member in their area of interestÂ or the UGC Chair for information. To declare an ECE major, please contact Norma Santamaria (email@example.com), coordinator for the UGC.
Who are my Peer Academic Advisors?
The ECE Peer Academic Advisors are upper-level students able to help their peers with academic issues related to Electrical and Computer Engineering. They are a resource that can provide advice on class scheduling, internships, resume preparation, etc. We encourage freshmen and sophomores to consult the peer advisors on matters concerning their academic careers. Keep in mind that some Peer Academic Advisors may not be on campus until after O-Week. Contact information can be found here.
Can I transfer credits?
Transfer credit for a particular course must be approved by the Faculty member teaching that course. Consult the course database on this site to determine the current instructor. For general questions on transfer credit consult with the Chair of the UGC.