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Information for Advising:
Who is my advisor?
When will a course be offered?
- To assist you in planning, we have made a list of EcoE required and elective courses and the terms they are taught. Please note that course offerings are subject to change. You should check the General Catalog and Schedule of Classes.
- An excel spreadsheet of when courses are offered is attached. You will see two tabs at the bottom: “old program”, “new program”. Please follow the “old program” if you entered pro-school Fall 2014 or earlier and have not chosen to adopt the new program. All students who will enter pro-school in Winter 2015 or later should refer to the “new program” tab.
How do I apply to pro-school?
- Pre-Core GPA Tracking Tool
- Apply to the Engineering Professional Program
- Pro-Core Courses for Pre-Engineering Students
- Under special circumstances, pre-engineering students may take pro-engineering courses. Students may file petitions to take a maximum of four pro-engineering courses over a maximum of two terms. Petitions will only be considered if students:
- Meet all prerequisites for the courses and
- Have a calculated Pre-Core GPA at or above the previous cut-off for admission to the professional program for the previous admission term.
When can I register for classes each term?
How do I request an override for an Engineering course?
How do I request an exception to the EcoE program (ex. have a course count as an engineering elective that is not listed as an engineering elective)?
Resources available to only Engineering students:
- The HUB: Offers a variety of resources including study tables, academic coaching, and information on study abroad.
- College of Engineering Academic Coaching: Meet with academic coaches to discuss and to explore the future direction of your educational goals while helping you improve your grades, manage your time, prepare for exams, etc.To schedule an appointment, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
OSU Academic Support:
- Collaborative Learning Center (CLC): Offering peer-tutors and GTAs to help with math, sciences and writing. Located on the main floor of the Valley Library.
- Chemistry Tutoring (Mole Hole): General chemistry tutoring offered in the Valley Library Collaborative Learning Center, located on the main floor.
- Math Tutoring (Math Learning Center): The Math Learning Center provides free drop-in tutoring, printed resources, calculators, help using MATLAB and other math software, study areas, and a computer classroom. Private tutoring for a fee is also available. Located in Kidder Hall 108.
- Physics Tutoring (Worm Hole): General physics tutoring offered in Weniger Hall 145 (M-F) and the Valley Library Collaborative Learning Center (Su-Th).
- Writing Center: The Writing Center’s mission is to provide writing support that enable students at all levels to function effectively, efficiently, and confidently in an academic environment. Writing assistants can help with all aspects of the writing process from brainstorming and organization to questions of grammar and usage.