If you are a B.S. degree student thinking about changing your major (or adding a second major) within the College of Engineering and Applied Science (CEAS), first meet with your current academic advisor to initiate the process.  Then you’ll meet with an academic advisor for your desired new degree program to discuss your interests and learn more about the major.  If you decide to change to that major (or add it as a second major), you’ll complete the Change of Major Form.

If you are a B.A. in Computer Science student thinking about changing your major (or adding a second major) within the CEAS, first meet with your current academic advisor to discuss your plans.  You'll need to meet a separate set of admission criteria in order to switch into or add a CEAS B.S. degree program.

If you are a currently a CEAS student and want to switch (or add) your major to one outside of the Engineering College, you'll need to complete an Intra-University Transfer (IUT) to be admitted to a new major/college.  Conversely, if you are not currently in the College of Engineering and Applied Science but would like to switch (or add) your major into the Engineering College, you'll need to complete an IUT to be admitted.  There is a set of IUT criteria to be admitted to B.S. degrees in the College and a different set of IUT admission criteria to be admitted to the B.A. in Computer Science.