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Winter 2018 4th Year Course Restrictions Lifted

ENGR 190W: All Engineering seniors and ICS:CSE majors may now enroll. Major restrictions will not be lifted further.

Major restrictions have been lifted to ‘All Engineering Majors’ for BME 138, BME 147, BME 195, CBEMS 140B, CBEMS 169, CBEMS 195, EECS 101, EECS 116, EECS 117, EECS 144, EECS 170E, EECS 182, ENGRCEE 111, ENGRCEE 122, ENGRCEE 151B, ENGRCEE 152, ENGRCEE 163, ENGRCEE 165, ENGRCEE 173, ENGRCEE 195, ENGRMAE 114, ENGRMAE 132, ENGRMAE 152, ENGRMAE 158, ENGRMAE 175

See the Current Major Restrictions page for more details.

Fall 2016: EECS 22 Major Restrictions

In order to ensure that Computer Engineering students are able to enroll in a required course, EECS 22 is restricted to only Computer Engineering majors at this time. Electrical Engineering majors may try to enroll after the fee deadline when major restrictions are lifted.

Spring 2015 - ENGR 190W

All seniors in Aerospace Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Materials Science Engineering and Mechanical Engineering will be authorized to enroll in ENGR 190W on Fri, Feb 27 at 10:30 AM.

Spring 2015 - ENGRMAE 145

Additional seats have been added to ENGRMAE 145 discussions.

Spring 2015 - ENGRMAE 155

Additional seats have been added to ENGRMAE 155.

Fall 2013: NOR Caps Removed

NOR caps for all courses except ENGR 7A have now been lifted.


Unfortunately, the Wind Tunnel Lab is not able to accommodate all of the students that wish to take ENGRMAE 108 in fall quarter. Because Aerospace Engineering majors are required to have this course in order to graduate, we are asking Mechanical Engineering majors to drop the course to make room for the Aerospace majors who need it. You will be contacted by email shortly.

The department is considering adding another offering of ENGRMAE 108 in Spring 2014 which would be open to Mechanical majors.

Students that need a technical elective should consider taking ENGRMAE 195: Computational Fluid Dynamics. Some additional options are being looked at.


ENGRMAE 108 and ENGRMAE 136 both filled without some Aerospace majors needing the course able to enroll due to an error with the major restrictions. We're looking into remedies and should have a solution before the end of the week.

MAE Alternate Fluid-Thermal Sequence

MAE students should note that there is now an alternate fluid-thermal sequence with ENGRMAE 91 in F13, ENGRMAE 130A in W14, ENGRMAE 130B in S14, and ENGRMAE 120 in F14. This sequence does not yet fully work for Aerospace students due to the prerequisites for ENGRMAE 135 (the MAE department is considering options), but it works well for the Mechanical students.

ENGRMAE 130A will have more seats opened soon, but they may be limited to Aerospace majors first, and then remaining seats opened to Mechanical students.

2013-2014 Teaching Plan Now Available

The 2013-2014 Teaching Plan is now available with a number of new courses added due to unexpectedly large number of new freshman and transfer students. Additional courses may yet be added, and updates will be posted here.

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