College of Engineering & Computing Academic Information

 

Welcome to the College of Engineering & Computing

To get started, let’s hear from Dr. Brian Kirkmeyer, Senior Assistant Dean for Student Success and Instructor in the College of Engineering and Computing (CEC). After watching the first three overview videos below, you'll choose the departmental information that is specific to your student's major. Then, there's a final video about planning a fall schedule. When you've finished this page, head back to the Family Orientation page to move on to the next section of content.

Students have information about scheduling their academic advising appointment in their orientation Canvas site.

The Global Miami Plan and the College of Engineering and Computing

Overview of Majors in the College of Engineering and Computing

Opportunities in the College of Engineering and Computing


Departmental and Major Information

Now that you’ve watched the Engineering & Computing overview videos it’s time to learn more about your student's specific department. In this section, you will find information about your student's major and the department it’s in, as well as any important documents. You only need to view the video for your student's specific department. To help you navigate to the correct video, check out this list of College of Engineering & Computing departments and majors associated with each of them. Click on the link to jump to that video. And when you're done, make sure you watch the Planning Your Fall Schedule video.


Department of Chemical, Paper, and Biomedical Engineering

In this video, you will hear from Dr. Andrew Paluch, Associate Professor in the Department of Chemical, Paper, and Biomedical Engineering. Dr. Paluch will provide a welcome and a brief overview of the department. You should also download the Bioengineering Curriculum Guide (PDF, opens in new window) or Chemical Engineering Curriculum Guide (PDF, opens in new window), depending on your student's major.

Chemical, Paper, and Biomedical Engineering Video:

Planning Your Fall Schedule video

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Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering

In the video below, you will hear from Elise Yuhas, departmental advisor for the Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering. You should also download the Computer Science Curriculum Guide (PDF, opens in new window) or Software Engineering Curriculum Guide (PDF, opens in new window), depending on your student's major.

Planning Your Fall Schedule video

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Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

In the video below, you will hear from Dr. Peter Jamieson, Associate Professor for the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Dr. Jamieson provides a welcome and brief overview of the department. You should also download the Electrical Engineering Curriculum Guide (PDF, opens in new window) or Computer Engineering Curriculum Guide (PDF, opens in new window), depending on your student's major.

Electrical and Computer Engineering Video:

Planning Your Fall Schedule video

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Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering

In the video below, you will hear from Dr. Edgar Caraballo, Assistant Teaching Professor in the Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, who will provide a welcome and brief overview of the department. You should also download the Mechanical Engineering Curriculum Guide (PDF, opens in new window) or Manufacturing Engineering Curriculum Guide (PDF, opens in new window), depending on your student's major.

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Planning a Fall Schedule

It’s time to support your student as they think about planning their fall schedule. In this video, which your student is also seeing, you will hear from Norm Krumpe, Senior Lecturer and Advisor in the College of Engineering and Computing. Norm will talk you and your student through how your student should plan their fall schedule in preparation for their upcoming advising appointment. As you review the video, be sure to write down any questions you have. Your student's academic advisor will be prepared to answer questions during their scheduled academic advising appointment. The video above references the New Student Guidebook (PDF, opens in new window).

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