The freshman and sophomore students are assigned to the School of Engineering Office of Undergraduate Affairs and SOE Office of Student Development, located in Steinman Hall (Room: T - 209), for academic advising and counseling until they have completed their sophomore curriculum. When a student chooses to enter the EE program, he/she has to file a “Major Card” with the SOE Office of Undergraduate Affairs. The SOE Office of Undergraduate Affairs establishes a permanent file, which is maintained as long as one is a student in the EE program. The EE Department assigns a faculty advisor who will advise the student until the end of his/her study.
GPA, QPA, Pass-Fail Options, Retaking Engineering Courses, etc.
Advising and Curriculum
Access your unofficial transcript, graduation check sheet, advising hours, course selection, and transfer course info.
Independent Study Form
Graduation Requirement for B.E. Degree
Required English, Math, Liberal Arts, Science and EE courses for degree majoring in Electrical Engineering and Recommended Sequence of Courses.
As soon as a student has completed 100 credits, he/she can apply for the Preliminary Graduation Check that is conducted by the SOE Office of Undergraduate Affairs.
Undergraduate Scholarships & Awards
Links include nomination/application information, selection process and criteria, and list of past recipients.
A listing of student organizations within the department of EE and the College of Engineering.