Can I get a tour of the Engineering Center?
Yes, guided tours are offered Monday- Friday. Check the tours page for more information.http://www.colorado.edu/engineering/future-students/visit-us
What classes should I take in high school to make a smooth transition to the program?
Some recommended courses for students to take in high school to transition into engineering are Chemistry, Algebra, and calculus. It is also a good idea to complete all of the MAPS requirements prior to attending the school of engineering.
What courses can transfer from a community college?
Here you will find a detailed view on the courses that will transfer as well as requirements for those courses. http://www.colorado.edu/engineering/sites/default/files/Change_of_Major.pdf
How do I change my major to CEAE?
If you are not in engineering already, look into this website for information on how to get into the college. http://www.colorado.edu/engineering/admissions/transfer/intra-university
If you are in the school of engineering, contact one of our advisors to set up a meeting to transfer over, in addition to completing the change of major form http://www.colorado.edu/engineering/sites/default/files/Change_of_Major.pdf
What are some of the major specific courses like?
Major specific courses are mainly hands on, labs and lectures to help students gain a good foundation of the topics.
How will AP and IB credit count towards my degree?
A document about how different AP or IB credit can apply to your degree is found here: http://www.colorado.edu/admissions/selection/credit
What humanities courses can I take?
Students can take any of the humanities courses listed on this page: http://www.colorado.edu/engineering-advising/get-your-degree/degree-requirements/humanities-social-sciences-and-writing-requirements
What if I was not admitted to the college of engineering freshman year, what can I do?
The pre-engineering program is designed to help students transition into engineering. Look into their webpage here for more information on how to declare pre-engineering as your major, and how to get into engineering from this degree. http://www.colorado.edu/engineering/future-students/undergraduate-students/pre-engineering-program
If I am struggling in a class, where can I go to get help?
There are various resources available to you including tutors, the BOLD center and engineering ambassadors. More information is found here: http://www.colorado.edu/engineering/academics/support