Admission to Computer Engineering Program

AdmissionsThere are three ways in which a student can apply to the Computer Engineering program at the University of Florida: freshman admission (for high-school students), transfer admission (from a four-year University with 60 or more credit hours, or from a Florida community college), or changing a major within the University of Florida.

 

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CpE Advising Office

Freshman Admission

For any bachelors program at the University of Florida, freshman applicants need to apply to the UF Office of Admissions. All accepted freshman students are required to attend PREVEW, an event at which time a student can declare a major. Those who select Computer Engineering should contact the CpE Advising Office and meet with an advisor.

UF Office of Admissions

Transfer Admission

Students who are transferring in from a four-year university with less than 60 credit hours must meet freshman admission requirements (on left). Students transferring from a four-year university with 60 or more credit hours, or from a Florida community college must satisfy the transfer requirements and follow the transfer procedure (below).

Transfer Requirements & Procedure

Change Major to CpE

A student who wishes to change his/her major to Computer Engineering should consult a CpE advisor.

CpE Advising Office