Undergraduate Office

Spring 2015 Registration

UPDATE: We are working on the waitlists for all ChE courses.

Non-major waitlist: Are you a non-major interested in taking a chemical engineering course? If yes, then sign up on the Non-major Waitlist. The waitlist will be reviewed on the 4th class day (January 23, 2015) and you will be notified if a seat is available in the course.

 

Helpful Registration Links/Tools for Spring 15 Registration

View your registration bars and access times, and other information on your Registration Information Sheet (RIS).

The Course Schedule lists the courses that will be offered each semester - Summer 2014; Fall 2014; Spring 15.

The Registar’s Office registration information page is a handy reference for all things related to registration including what to do before registering, registering for classes and then finishing registration.

 

Updated: January 21, 2015

 

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The McKetta Undergraduate Office is the main source for academic and professional development of McKetta undergraduate chemical engineering students. The office provides degree planning guidance with help from the McKetta Undergraduate Faculty Advisor and faculty advisors who advise students during early registration periods. The office provides resources for registration procedures, degree requirements, course prerequisites and policies and procedures.

Location CPE 2.706
Office Hours Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m.- 11:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m.- 4:30 p.m.

Staff

Undergraduate Coordinator Kelly McQueary, Ph.D. CPE 2.706 (512) 471-6443 kellym@che.utexas.edu Academic Advisor Jonathan Pereira CPE 2.706 (512) 471-6443 jpereira@che.utexas.edu

Services

  • Degree planning and requirements
  • Advice on policies and procedures
  • Major sequence applications
  • Study abroad information
  • Scholarships

Business Foundations Courses

Business Foundations Program (BFP), not currently listed on the approved technical option area course lists, or not previously approved by the Undergraduate Faculty Advisor, will not be approved to count toward the BS degree in Chemical Engineering (effective October 15, 2012).