General Education Requirements in Engineering
Informtion about the general education requirements in Engineering, including a list of courses that fulfill the requirements.
Curriculum checksheets for all majors in the College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences by catalogue year.
This form is a course substitution/waiver form. This waiver must be filled out by the student who wishes to substitute or waive one class for another during a certain semester. This form must be approved by the student’s primary advisor, program/department head and the Studies Committee.
Transfer into the College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences
The process for transferring into or pursuing a double degree in CEMS.
Checklist for students considering changing majors/colleges
This is a helpful guide for students who are considering changing majors/colleges within UVM:
This guide shows students what courses they will fulfill at the collegiate level based on the test score they received on their AP exam.
Similar to the AP Credit Transfer information, the CLEP shows you what you need to score on an exam in a certain area of study in order to receive credit towards your degree and university-wide requirements.
This sheet helps you organize your course schedule using a block schedule based on the date and time.
These links include general and specific online job search sites.
Intent to Graduate Form (CEMS Undergraduates)
This is a form to be filled out during the first semester of your final year at UVM. It asks for necessary information like your semester of graduation, year of graduation, diploma name, phonetic pronunciation, degree program, etc.
Intent to Graduate Form (Graduate Students)
This form is the same as the undergraduate form but for graduate students. Submit the form via e-mail to the Graduate College at firstname.lastname@example.org with a CC: To your Advisor for electronic/regular signature and forwarding to the Graduate College. Deadlines are August 1 for October; November 1 for January; February 1 for May completions.
Making most of advising tips
Advising is a reciprocal relationship in which both the student and the advisor have responsibilities. Before any advising interaction, both the student and advisor should prepare for the session with specific questions and goals in mind. This guide indicates what the student, faculty advisor and student services advisor responsibilities are.
This form is for previous College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences students who were dismissed for low scholarship and are seeking readmission. If you left the University for any other reason, please fill out the University’s Re-Entry Application.
The University Catalgue specifies the minimum grade point average requirements, other academic standards, and how and when your academic performance is reviewed.