Plans of Study
The following plans of study are for current students only. Plans are organized based on term of entry. These plans are samples only- actual curriculum sequences may deviate from these samples. Programs of study are the responsibility of the student. The University Catalog provides a listing of degree requirements for each program, and the DARS system provides a degree audit utility for students.
Specific questions about your plan should be directed to your Academic Advisor.
PlusOne Pathway Programs
PlusOne programs allow undergraduate students to earn a Master’s degree with as little as one year of additional study by taking up to four graduate courses as an undergraduate student.
Pathways for each undergraduate degree can be found below by following the link and navigating to the ‘Accelerated Master’s Degree PlusOne Program’ section. Students in combined majors should refer to the link for their home program. For example, students in the Bioengineering and Biochemistry combined major are eligible for any pathways listed on the Bioengineering page.
Each undergraduate department has different guidelines about what requirements graduate courses can be applied towards (ex. General Electives or Technical Electives). Please refer to your department’s guidelines below:
|Bioengineering||Students can apply up to four graduate level courses to their Technical Elective and General Elective requirements.|
|Chemical Engineering||Students can apply up to four graduate level courses to their Advanced Engineering Elective and General Elective requirements.|
|Civil and Environmental Engineering||Two graduate courses can substitute for undergraduate engineering coursework, while the remaining two graduate courses are only eligible to fulfill undergraduate general electives.|
|Electrical and Computer Engineering||Students can apply up to four graduate level courses to their General Elective requirements.|
|Mechanical and Industrial Engineering||Students can apply up to four graduate level courses to their General Elective requirements.|