UF COURSE COMMUNITY/ STATE COLLEGE EQUIVALENT COURSE DESCRIPTION BSC 2005 BSC 1005 BSC 2005 BSC 2007 BSC 1020 BSC 2020 Biological Sciences Human Biology BSC 2005 Lab BSC 1005 Lab BSC 2005 Lab BSC 1020 Lab Laboratory in… Read More
For the Electrical Engineering major: EE Critical Tracking Courses MAC2311 Analytical Geometry & Calculus 1 MAC2312 Analytical Geometry & Calculus 2 MAC2313 Analytical Geometry & Calculus 3 MAP2302 Differential Equations PHY2048 + lab Physics with Calculus 1 PHY2049 + lab… Read More
All UF programs are mandated by state regulation and UF policy to give top transfer priority to students earning their 2-year AA degree at FL’s public state colleges, vs. those applying from other universities. That means that having already attended… Read More
Yes, all engineering transfer students are required to complete ENC3246 to earn their bachelor’s degree. It is the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering policy.
Electrical Engineering: minimum of six semesters, due to the course rigor and load. It is not possible to complete the required courses in four semesters Computer Engineering:: minimum of six semesters, due to the course rigor and load. It is… Read More
Yes, All ECE Advisors require students to include their UFID numbers in email correspondence. Including your, UFID will assist your advisor in reviewing your file.
If the EEE or EEL course is closed, the ECE SSO advises students to continue checking the registration system. Students are continuously adjusting their schedules. If the course does not open, select an alternate course to complete your schedule.
All course offerings are available on https://one.uf.edu/soc/.
Students should contact ECE Registration when the following issues arise: Second Attempt for EEE & EEL courses: If you have received a registration prompt that says you cannot register because you have previously registered for this course and passed EEL/EEE… Read More
Do you need assistance in registering for the following Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering courses: EEL3003, EML3007, EGN6640, EGN6642, and EGS6039? For graduate courses, contact the instructor Undergraduate Courses: Email email@example.com with the subject line “Assistance with Registration” and the Course Number… Read More