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Prospective Students

Sign up for an in-person tour and a college close-up!

Learn more about other CEAS offerings, like class shadowing. 

If you aren't ready to visit yet, we've created an immersive digital experience that includes a virtual tour of the engineering facilities, department talks from faculty, and opportunities for you to meet with us virtually. Explore the Virtual Viewbook.

  • Requirements/Prerequisite courses to apply to CEAS   


  • 3 credits of Science (including Chemistry & Physics)
  • ·4 credits of Math (including at least pre-calculus)

TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMS (Construction Management, Electrical Engineering Technology, & Mechanical Engineering Technology)

  • 3 credits Science (including Chemistry OR Physics)
  • 3 credits of Science (including Chemistry OR Physics)
  • 4 credits of Math (including algebra, geometry, and statistics or trigonometry. Pre-calculus is highly encouraged)

  • Students who want to go into engineering and applied science need to choose the math pathway that leads to pre-calculus.
  • Some states are instructing students who are interested in Computer Science to the Discrete Math pathway – This pathway will not include pre-calculus. Please guide those students to the Algebra 2 pathway, which will include pre-calculus

Senior year can get hectic for many high school students, but it’s important to complete all of the necessary steps in the college application process by their respective deadlines. To find out more, visit University of Cincinnati's Central Admissions' Applications Information page.

CEAS has a variety of degree programs. Interested in learning more? Check out our majors!

Cooperative Education, or co-op, was founded at the University of Cincinnati in our college in 1906! Although we love this claim to fame, we are even more proud of the success co-op brings our students. Check out the links below to learn more why co-op is the best way to learn!

First of all, woohoo – congratulations! We’re so excited for you! The best place to find out what you need to do next is at the UC Admissions Admitted Student Page.

Please make sure to check out our special admitted student events in your Bearcat Portal! They are specifically geared to admitted students and differ from the typical campus visit experience. 

Prospective Transfer Students

If you are a prospective transfer student, see our transfer students page.