ES3 Engineering Student Support & Services: a one-stop solution for engineering support and services. Full-time professional advisors are available to help students find the right resources and information—from tutoring to opportunities for internships, research, and study abroad. Stop by soon!
Office of Student Success: checklists, tools, and advice to guide UMassD students on their paths to academic success.
Dean's List: celebrating the academic achievements of our students.
Accelerated BS/MS programs: outstanding students are invited to enroll in the college's accelerated programs, enabling you to complete both degrees within 5 years.
Capstone program: most senior engineering students work in small teams on real-world, industry-specific challenges that demand analysis, proposals, prototypes, and solutions.
Career Development Center: career planning services help you prepare to launch your career.
Internships & co-op: these programs place students on the road to a rewarding future as they learn, earn money, and gain hands-on experience.
Introduction to Engineering & Computing: this integrated course for first-year students provides experiences across the engineering disciplines, focusing on the skills essential to success.
Research: exciting opportunities for students to participate in research at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Scholarships: the College of Engineering offers a number of scholarships based both on merit and financial need.
Study abroad: explore exchange programs that will give you an international perspective.
Summer Bridge: an online program for incoming first-year engineering students to increase their readiness in math and chemistry. (Invitation and registration are via email.)
Academic Resource Center: tutoring and support services, including Science & Engineering Center/SENG 217B and Writing and Reading Center/LARTS 220A.
Engineering student organizations: make friends, network, and get involved by joining one or more student organizations
IDEAStudio: collaborate and create with state-of-the-art technology including a 3D scanner, 3D printer, laser engraver.
Pre-Engineering track: for students who initially applied for direct admission to CoE and were alternatively offered admission in the College of Arts & Sciences.
Changing your major: requirements for current students (both in the college and in other UMassD colleges) who are interested in making the change to an engineering major.
Transferring to UMassD: for students who have graduated from an accredited community college or have earned college credits from an accredited college or university.
Undergraduate Academic Programs: explore the College of Engineering's majors, minors, concentrations, and options for undergraduate study.
More information: Student Resources