All first year students will register for Fall sophomore courses by associating with the department administering their chosen engineering major. Therefore, when choosing your courses, you must declare a major. Please join us to find out more information on engineering majors throughout the Spring 2020 semester. Please note: students who transferred to Rutgers engineering from a different school (internal or external) DO NOT need to declare their major.
This spring we will be holding several events to continue to introduce students to the different majors:
- Major Exploration Q&A with Peer Mentors: email will be sent out with dates and times. Will be performed via Webex or using the Chat feature in Sakai (Class of 2023 site). Stay tuned!
- Department Presentations: Department Presentations can be found in the Resources section of the Class of 2023 Sakai site.
NOTE: The Major Declaration deadline was 4/19. Students will continue to have a registration hold until they fill out the declaration form.
You must declare a major whether or not you are planning on staying in the School of Engineering. The time to declare the major is between Monday, December 16, 2019 and Sunday, April 19, 2020. It is highly recommended you enter your major choice by 5:00 p.m. on April 19, 2020. Please do not miss this deadline as this is important in choosing your courses for the Fall! You can declare your major online using the following link: MAJOR DECLARATION. Note: The web site will become accessible at 9am on December 16, 2019. and no earlier. If you decide to change your major, please fill out the change of major form: CHANGE OF MAJOR. If you missed the deadline to declare, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To declare your major, complete the selection by clicking the button next to your major choice. Your major is the engineering curriculum you will follow in your remaining three years at Rutgers. Although the university reserves the right to limit enrollment in particular disciplines, all majors in the School of Engineering are currently open to you without restriction. There is also an option to choose leaving the School of Engineering for those who will be transferring. Those who choose a non-engineering program will be advised directly by the Advisor/Dean for First-Year Students at the Office of Academic Services (EN-B100) and not by a major department as they prepare to transfer out of the School of Engineering.
ANYONE WHO DOES NOT COMPLETE THE DECLARATION PROCESS ON TIME, BY APRIL 19, 2020 MAY BE DE-REGISTERED AT THE END OF APRIL AND WILL BE AT A SERIOUS DISADVANTAGE IN COURSE SELECTION.
You will receive registration information in the month of March. CONSULT WITH YOUR MAJOR ADVISOR about the required and elective courses you should take. A list of advisors should be posted on the bulletin board outside of each department office and on their web pages. However, you may always consult with the Undergraduate Director of the department. Registration will begin in April (by credits), using the RU web registration system. Use the Schedule of Classes to see available courses.
Honors Program Students
Tell your departmental advisor that you are in the Engineering Honors Program. All honors students should also continue in Honors Calculus, Honors Mechanics, and Honors Physics as part of their sophomore curricula. For more information, contact Dean Antoine, and visit the Honors Academy requirements page.
Contact Information and Appointments
98 Brett Road, Engineering B100
Phone: (848) 445-2212 soe.rutgers.edu/oas