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Undergraduate Students

Understanding and negotiating curriculum requirements, course scheduling and deadlines, while carrying a full load of courses can be challenging. The School of Engineering offers many opportunities and services to its undergraduate students. There are various resources for students to navigate their academic requirements, including the KU Academic Catalog, and the School of Engineering Curriculum Guide. Additionally, each department has a handbook to assist students as they move through the major. Additional resources containing relevant information for current students can be accessed via tabs on the left.

You can find the 2018-2019 Curriculum Guide here. 

You can find the 2017-2018 Curriculum Guide here



SELF Program

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The Self Engineering Leadership Fellows (SELF) Program provides student leadership enrichment. We're looking for students with a love for engineering and computing who have initiative and the drive to do big things. It's not about test scores. It's about innovation and motivation. The program, for School of Engineering students only, admits high school seniors to a 4-year program and KU sophomores to a 2-year program.

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Engineering Research Highlights

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44 nationally ranked graduate programs.
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Top 50 nationwide for size of library collection.
5th nationwide for service to veterans —"Best for Vets: Colleges," Military Times
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