Transfer to CEE
Looking to transfer into CEE? Find answers to frequently asked questions below. If you still have questions, please see the contact information at the bottom of the page.
A: Freshman students who are not in the College of Engineering, who want to transfer to engineering must apply to the Pre-Engineering Program (PREP). More information can be found at https://dgs.illinois.edu/pre-engineering
A: Yes, please visit The Grainger College of Engineering – Changing Majors web page. Complete a portfolio and visit with Becky Stillwell, Academic Advisor (email@example.com or 217-333-3812) to discuss your transfer in person. Once your portfolio is completed you must submit your petition form online.
A: No, students are only allowed one transfer within the College of Engineering. If you have more questions please refer to the College of Engineering – Changing Majors web page.
A: Please refer to the College of Engineering – Changing Majors web page.
A: No. please refer to the The Grainger College of Engineering – Changing Majors web page.bus.
A: Yes, we require a 3.3 GPA or better with A's and B's, no C's in the technical coursework.
A: We would like to see MATH 220 or MATH 221, MATH 231, CHEM 102/103, CHEM 104/105, PHYS 211, completed before transfer. We strongly encourage students to complete TAM 211.
A: All transfer petitions are to be submitted by October 1 (spring semester) and March 1 (fall semester). All petitions are reviewed by The Grainger College of Engineering in 206 Engineering Hall.
A: Our CEE Undergraduate Handbook is a great document for learning about the curriculum. Another good idea is visit the Academic Adviser Becky Stillwell. In addition, some students may wish to take CEE195 – About Civil Engineering, a one-credit class offered in fall semesters that addresses all aspects of civil and environmental engineering.