Avery Point | Hartford | Stamford | Waterbury
UConn offers the first year Engineering curriculum and numerous second year distance learning Engineering courses at all regional campuses. Engineering courses and supporting courses are offered by highly qualified faculty. Advising is provided collaboratively between the advising centers at each regional campus and the Storrs Engineering professional advising staff.
The Avery Point, Stamford and Waterbury campuses admit students directly from high school into the School of Engineering. Currently the Hartford campus only admits ACES-Exploring Engineering students. Students who begin their academic career as ACES-Exploring Engineering may become eligible for admission to the School of Engineering after completing the minimum eligibility coursework required and demonstrating strong academic success at UConn.
Regional campus Engineering students transition to the Storrs campus at varying times in their academic career to complete their Engineering degree. The Stamford campus currently offers a four-year degree program in Computer Science. The campus change timeframe is individually planned with the student and their advisor based on major, campus policies and procedures and course availability.
Biomedical Engineering Electrical Engineering
Chemical Engineering Engineering Physics (ME, MSE, EE Concentrations) *
Civil Engineering Environmental Engineering
Computer Science (B.S.) Management and Engineering for Manufacturing (B.S.)**
Computer Science and Engineering Materials Science and Engineering
Computer Engineering Mechanical Engineering
* Joint program with CLAS
** Joint program with School of Business
Sample Engineering Curriculum
First Semester Second Semester
MATH 1131Q 4 Credits MATH 1132Q 4 Credits
CHEM 1127Q 4 Credits CHEM 1128Q 4 Credits
CSE 1010 3 Credits ENGR 1166 or CSE 1729 3 Credits
ENGL 1010/1011 4 Credits GEN ED 3 Credits
ENGR 1000 1 Credit GEN ED 3 Credits
Total: 16 Credits Total: 17 Credits
Third Semester Fourth Semester
MATH 2110Q 4 Credits MATH 2410Q 3 Credits
PHYS 1401Q/1501Q 4 Credits PHYS 1402Q/1502Q 4 Credits
ENGR Course 1 3 Credits ENGR Course 3 3 Credits
ENGR Course 2 3 Credits ENGR Course 4 3 Credits
GEN ED 3 Credits GEN ED 3 Credits
Total: 17 Credits Total: 16 Credits
Questions?? Please feel free to contact Shoshana Armington, SoE Assistant Director of Advising for Student Transitions at email@example.com.