To be eligible for the baccalaureate degree from the College of Engineering and Applied Science on the Boulder campus, a student must meet all of the following minimum requirements:
Students should meet with their academic advisor to discuss progress towards degree requirements, and then if appropriate, apply for graduation via the online Student Center according to the timelines posted on the Registrar's website.
May and August baccalaureate, master, and doctoral graduate candidates participate in the May Engineering Graduation Recognition Ceremony. December baccalaureate, master, and doctoral graduate candidates participate in the December Engineering Graduation Recognition Ceremony.
Undergraduate students in the college are eligible for two honors designations at graduation:
If a student's cumulative CU GPA (all coursework in the undergraduate career GPA on the CU transcript) is at least 3.700, and he/she meets all graduation requirements described above, the student will automatically receive a Latinate honor. A GPA of 3.700-3.799 earns the "cum laude" designation, 3.800-3.899 earns "magna cum laude," and 3.900-4.000 earns "summa cum laude."
Engineering Honors Program
Students in the Engineering Honors Program who complete a set of requirements may be eligible to earn "with Honors" at graduation. For more information, see the Engineering Honors Program website or email email@example.com.
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