Prospective First-Year Students
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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.
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.
- Requirements/Prerequisite courses to apply to CEAS
- For engineering programs we require students who are applying to CEAS to have 3 credits of Science (with Chemistry and Physics included) and 4 credits of Math (with Pre-Calculus included at a minimum).
- For engineering technology programs we require students who are applying to CEAS to have 3 credits of Science (with Chemistry OR Physics included) and 4 credits of Math (including algebra, geometry and statistics or trigonometry. Pre-calculus is highly recommended).
- High school courses that will count in the engineering and applied science curriculum
Prospective Transfer Students
If you are a prospective transfer student, see our transfer students page.