Undergraduate Advising: Academic Planning Tools
The Degree Planning Tools page should be used when planning the coursework that you wish to take for your major program in engineering. The links below will take you to tools that help you plan out your semester, academic year, and 4-year plan.
Four Year Academic Plans & Curriculum Sheets
A Four Year Academic Plans & Curriculum Sheet ares a lists of all of the classes required for any of the degree programs by requirement: CORE/GenEd and Major Requirements (including Basic Sciences and Technical Requirements). Online versions are only available beginning with the 2004-2005 academic year. Please consult the Undergraduate Catalog for the specific degree requirements of your matriculation year.
Is a course auditing tool designed to help students and advisors evaluate academic progress towards completion of requirements for graduation. Students should check their Degree Navigator Online Audit each semester prior to their appointment with their academic advisor to ascertain his or her standing with respect to advancement toward a degree. The audit lists required coursework by “Requirement.” A “Requirement” shows what courses a student needs to complete for their degree program and then posts the course and grade as the student completes them. Any questions or concerns about the Degree Navigator Online Audit should be directed to your academic advisor.
Resources for Academic Success [doc]
This page will give you a list academic resources that the School of Engineering as well as the University has available to help students in their college career at the University of Maryland.
This link will take you to the current academic year Undergraduate Catalog. One of the sections of the catalog is the “Approved Courses” link and it includes complete course descriptions of all undergraduate courses offered. Once you understand the general explanation of the course, use the Schedule of Classes to determine if the class is offered in the term which you are planning.
Preparing for Registration
This page will give you a step-by-step explanation of what to do to get ready for registration and includes what tasks to complete before you meet with your advisor.
Each department has helpful tips and information to help you build your schedule. The links below take you directly to the web pages created by each department with more information related to scheduling, course planning, technical electives and advising.
- Aerospace Engineering
- Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Transportation, Systems and Project Management Track
Water & Environment Track
- Electrical & Computer Engineering
- Fire Protection Engineering
- Materials Science and Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering