Hello CEE Graduating Students!
We are constructing a slideshow for the 2019 CEE Graduation Celebration and need your help!
If you have any photos from your time in CEE that you would like to share, please select your top 4-5 photos and upload them to the following link (the uploaded photos will be accessible to anyone with access to the link):
***Please understand that the photos may be shown at our departmental graduation and that we have the right to exclude any photos that we deem inappropriate. We likely will not be able to include every photo uploaded for a variety of reasons such as number of photos submitted, picture quality, etc.***
Let us know if you have any questions, thanks! Continue reading
AUT19 Undergraduate Special Topics Course List (5.8.19)
Below you will find details about the CEE 498 Special Topics courses to be offered in AUT19. These courses (up to 6 credits) can satisfy your non-core Technical Electives or Upper Division Engineering & Science Electives. If you are attempting to use more than 6 credits of CEE 498, you will need to submit a graduation petition.
Additionally, CEE offers a number of Graduate level courses that may be an option for Undergraduate students. If you are interested in taking a CEE graduate course, you will need instructor permission as well as an add code to register. If you are seeking the graduate course option, you will also want to connect with your advisor to go over your options to have the course apply to your degree: Continue reading
This note is for CEE Rising Seniors (those currently taking 300-level CEE courses)
We want to give you advance information about the FE Exam, so that you will have plenty of time to look into it and to schedule it in spring quarter.
- We strongly recommend that you schedule your Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) Exam in spring quarter, selecting a test date in summer or early fall, before the autumn quarter picks up speed. The majority of CEE students take the FE exam by autumn quarter of their senior year. (Please be aware that you will be selecting test dates months in advance, so you should NOT wait until late summer to schedule your FE Exam.)
BSCE and BSENVE majors: Apply now for 2019-2020 CEE scholarships!
Online applications are accepted between April 1 and May 1 (5pm). You will be considered for a variety of scholarships (based on various award criteria, such as financial need, academic merit, areas of engineering interest, leadership/service, and many other factors). The CEE Department endowments support dozens of students each year.
Continuing undergraduates who were awarded in current or previous years, or applied and were not funded previously, are encouraged to apply as there is increased funding available for students as they advance in academic standing. (Students who received renewable Student First scholarships should also submit applications for funding renewal.)
We hope to announce scholarship decisions (ideally) by end of spring quarter.
Please note: This scholarship application is not open to students seeking funding for graduate education in the 2019-2020 academic year. This is intended for continuing undergraduates.
Beginning Tuesday, April 9th, CEE Faculty will begin hosting area-specific Senior Year Faculty Mentoring Sessions.
These sessions are an opportunity for you to hear from Faculty from your area(s) of interest to solidify your Upper Division academic plan.
To prepare, we highly recommend reviewing the resources below including the FAQ’s and the Senior Year Planning Sheets: BSCE | BSENVE
Spending some time before these sessions in preparation will help you get the most out of them.
-Brian & Mariko
CEE Undergraduate Advising
Confirmed Faculty Mentoring Sessions (rooms subject to change): Continue reading