You must apply to the programs listed above. For more information about these agreements, please contact Engineering Student Services.
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Engineering Student Services is located in EB 2012 (2nd floor of the Engineering Building). Phone: 618-650-5300. Fax: 618-650-5301. Website: siue.edu/engineering/studentservices.
Students admitted to programs offered in the School of Engineering shall have met the University admission requirements and the following additional School of Engineering requirements:
• completion of all Academic Development courses required by the University
• completion of any courses required to address School of Engineering high school deficiencies
• eligibility to enroll in MATH 125 - Pre-Calculus at a minimum
• maintenance of a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.0 (on a 4.0 scale)
All engineering undergraduate curriculum guides are available on the Engineering Student Services under 'Undergraduate Curriculum Guides'. You may also call 650-5300 or stop by EB 2012 for a copy of any engineering undergraduate curriculum guide. Curriculum guides are subject to change so please contact Engineering Student Services for the most updated information on curriculum guides.
You must contact Engineering Student Services to declare into any major in the School of Engineering.
If you are currently a student at SIUE and want to change your major to an undergraduate program in the School of Engineering, you must complete a Change of Major/Minor form with Engineering Student Services. An evaluation of your academic records will be done (for your new major) and you will be notified, by letter, of your new academic advisor (if applicable).
The School of Engineering will begin charging differential tuition to all students in the School of Engineering registering for the first time in Fall 2014 or later and those who are no longer locked into their four-year tuition rate. Undergraduates will initially be entered under the status of ‘Undeclared’ in the School of Engineering; students in this status will not be assessed differential tuition. The differential tuition rate will take affect when the major is declared and the student enrolls in any 300-level engineering course. Only the School of Engineering can declare students into an engineering major; and declaration for all undergraduates is done through Engineering Student Services.
Once you are declared in the School of Engineering you will receive a welcome letter. Your welcome letter, from the School of Engineering, will have your advisor information. However, you can always contact Engineering Student Services at 618-650-5300 to find out who your advisor is.
To change your advisor, you will need to request and receive approval from the Director of Engineering Student Services.
Transfer credit decisions for general education courses as well as most freshmen and sophomore-level math, chemistry and physics courses are made by the SIUE Transfer Center. Detailed transfer credit information is available at the following website: http://www.siue.edu/transfer.
You must complete a Change of Major/Minor form located in Engineering Student Services, EB 2012. After the information is processed, the changes will be available on CougarNet.
If you have applied for graduation, you will need to inform the Graduation office of the change. The Graduation office is located in Rendleman Hall, Room 1309.
Computer Science is almost totally oriented toward software development while computer engineering is both hardware and software oriented. A computer engineer must have a significant knowledge of software development in order to be able to design the machines which will run the software.
Computer Science is the only major within the School of Engineering that offers a Bachelor of Arts degree. All engineering degrees are Bachelor of Science degrees. The BS degree requires many more math and science courses and is a much stronger computer science curriculum. The BA degree requires two semesters of foreign language, has nine more free electives, and requires a minor in some other discipline.
Yes, the Associate Deans are available to talk with prospective students about the various programs offered in the School of Engineering. Please call 618-650-2541 or email email@example.com to schedule a meeting.
Yes, Engineering Scholarships are listed on the following website: http://www.siue.edu/engineering/scholarships.shtml.
Our regular office hours are from 8:00am to 4:30pm, Monday through Friday except when the University is closed.
The School of Engineering holds an annual ‘Explore Academic Excellence Day’, which usually takes place on a Saturday, for more information, please visit the following website: http://www.siue.edu/engineering/exploreacademicexcellence.shtml.
We can mail you the Academic Profiles/Curriculum Guides for any of the undergraduate programs in the School of Engineering. However, these are also available on the Engineering Student Services website at: http://www.siue.edu/engineering/studentservices/.
For admission application/information, please contact Undergraduate Admissions at http://www.siue.edu/apply/ or call 618-650-3705.
To apply for graduation, please stop by the Service Center, Rendleman Hall (RH), Room 1309. For more graduation information, please visit the following website, http://www.siue.edu/registrar/forms/graduation.shtml.
Engineering Building, Suite 2012
Edwardsville, IL 62026
Monday - Friday
8:00am - 12:00pm
12:00pm - 1:00pm CLOSED
1:00pm - 4:30pm
Appointments are available throughout the week. (No same day appointments.)
Walk-ins are subject to advisor availability. There is no guarantee that all advisors will be available during walk-in hours.
Wednesdays 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Thursdays 8:30am - 11:00am
Extended Hours (by appointment only):
Extended hours are NOT available in the summer.
Monday & Tuesdays 4:30pm - 5:00pm