The College of Engineering recommends the following entrance requirements for its degree candidates:
To graduate in four years, you need to be enrolled in calculus (Math 181) the fall of your freshman year.
Engineering students must be enrolled in calculus (Math 181) before they can declare a specific engineering major. If you are not calculus (MATH 181) ready and you choose engineering, you will be classified as an undeclared engineering major.
You are eligible to enroll in calculus if:
Contact an Engineering Advisor at COENadvising@unr.edu or 775-682-7721 to discuss your placement.
Once you've contacted an advisor, you can do one of the follow over the summer:
Remember, engineering students must be enrolled in calculus (Math 181) before they can declare a specific engineering major. If you are not calculus (MATH 181) ready and you choose engineering, you will be classified as and undeclared engineering major.
You will receive an email from a College of Engineering Advisor with instructions on enrolling in our pre-orientation WebCampus course. Enrolling in WebCampus is a necessary step to ensure you are getting all the important information necessary for your academic success.
Attending an orientation is mandatory. Orientation before classes start will give you an introduction to campus life, academic programs and services. It will also be your chance to meet your academic advisors and get your questions answered about your first semester as an engineering student.
If you pay the advanced registration fee, you will be enrolled in your first semester courses by Admissions and Records Office prior to orientation. You will get advised at summer orientation, at which time your advising hold will be removed. After your hold is removed, you will be able to access and modify your first semester course enrollment using MyNEVADA. In all other semesters, you will be responsible for enrolling in your own courses.