Change of Major and Transition Information Session
Are you considering applying to the College of Engineering and Applied Science? CEAS offers opportunities for Freshman Engineering Program (FEP), Change of Major, and Transition students to learn more about applying to our programs. Here’s how to get started.
Did you miss our fall CEAS Change of Major and Transition Session? Watch the session recordings:
- Transition & Change of Major Overview
- Aerospace, Mechanical, and Mechanical Engineering Technology
- Architectural, Civil, and Construction Management
- Biomedical, Chemical, and Environmental Engineering
- Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical, and Electrical Engineering Technology
- Question & Answer Session
Spring Change of Major and Transition Information Session Offerings
Instead of a traditional one-day event, we are offering a range of opportunities for future engineers and engineering technologists to engage with the College of Engineering and Applied Science. You can join our new Canvas community, sign up to meet with your future CEAS advisor, and attend events related to your future major.
Join our CEAS Change of Major and Transition Canvas community
We created a Canvas community to send out important announcements, share resources, and build a network of future CEAS students. Join our Canvas community!
Sign up for a consultation with a CEAS advisor
For the spring semester, we are offering a series of one-on-one consultations with CEAS departmental advisors for students who are planning to apply to our programs. You can sign up for a consultation with your future advisor by joining the CEAS Change of Major and Transition Canvas community and navigating to the “Meet with your Future CEAS Advisor” module.
Dates: February 15–March 5
Attend an event related to your future major
Construction Management Virtual Information Session
Are you interested in a program that combines technical engineering knowledge with business, finance, and interpersonal skills? Are you looking for a career where you won’t be sitting at a computer all day? Watch this session recording to learn more about the CM curriculum, co-op and career opportunities, and ways to get involved with the program today.
Environmental Engineering Virtual Information Session
Environmental Engineers make a world of difference – come learn how! UC’s B.S. Environmental Engineering program in the College of Engineering and Applied Science is the perfect place to learn about water resources, pollution-control, sustainability, and more! You’ll gain hands-on experience at companies like the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Duke Energy, and Dow Chemical. Register for the ENVE Virtual Information Session.
If you have any questions regarding this event, please contact CEASAdvis@uc.edu.