Spring 2012 Update

ENGRMAE 57 is full and no additional seats are expected to be added. The course will be offered again in Summer 2012.

ENGRMAE 165 major restrictions have been corrected. Mechanical and Aerospace majors should now be able to enroll.

Spring 2012 Enrollment Tips

Students can find the current major restrictions for all Engineering courses at the link in the left sidebar. That page also lists when the restrictions will change. In most cases the courses will open to all students at the fee deadline. Currently all students that have submitted an application to graduate in Spring 2012 which has been received by an academic counselor are authorized to enroll in ENGR 190W. If you cannot enroll, please make sure you have applied to graduate for Spring 2012, ask your counselor to receive your application and to authorize you into the course.

For Spring quarter, students should bring all authorization requests to the Student Affairs office in REC 305.

Fall 2011 Course Learning Outcome Surveys Now Open

Engineering course learning outcomes surveys are once again available. Students are asked to complete a brief survey for each enrolled undergraduate Engineering course. These are similar to teaching evaluations but rather than focus on the quality of instruction, they focus on whether students have met the outcomes determined for each course. Course learning outcome surveys will remain open until January 8, 2012.

Winter 2011 Course Learning Outcome Surveys Now Available

Engineering course learning outcomes surveys are once again available. Students are asked to complete a brief survey for each enrolled undergraduate Engineering course. These are similar to teaching evaluations but rather than focus on the quality of instruction, they focus on whether students have met the outcomes determined for each course. Course learning outcome surveys will remain open until March 20, 2011.

Fall 2010 Course Learning Outcome Surveys Now Available

Engineering course learning outcomes surveys are once again available. Students are asked to complete a brief survey for each enrolled undergraduate Engineering course. These are similar to teaching evaluations but rather than focus on the quality of instruction, they focus on whether students have met the outcomes determined for each course.

Fall 2010 course learning outcome surveys are now closed. Thank you for participating.

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