Online student information
Resources for the ECEE undergraduate student population who are 100% remote
Online academic advisors
Continuing students with an assigned advisor can schedule appointments online.
Resources for prospective, admitted and current online students
Step 1. Watch the prospective student introduction video
This recorded session gives you detailed information about the undergraduate admission process for the Electrical Engineering degree program at ASU. The video also offers insight on how to earn admittance to the major.
If after viewing the video you need more admission information, please move to Step 2.
Step 2. Meet with an advisor
If you are interested in electrical engineering or would like information admittance criteria, please email us at email@example.com or call 480-965-3424 to register for a Prospective Student ZOOM conference.
Step 3. Learn about the undergraduate admission requirements
The School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering is part of the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering. To be admitted you must meet the requirements specified by the Fulton Schools.
Step 4. Apply!
Newly admitted students
Congratulations on your admittance to ASU online. Follow these next steps to get ready for your future as a Sun Devil!
- Contact the advising center to register for the New Student Orientation Webinar (via ZOOM) to connect with an electrical engineering advisor. You can call 480-965-3424 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Register for FREE 6-day ASU Online Workshop ASU10, 11, or 42
- Transfer Credit Guide
- Degree Audit Resource System (DARS)
- How to register for a class (PDF)
- View the Area Pathway Seminar recordings on YouTube
If you are a newly admitted student and have not registered for the Advisor Hosted New Online Student Webinar please email email@example.com or call 480-965-3424 to register. Please note that registration eligibility is prioritized by the semester of admittance.
NOTE: This is not a substitute for the live session and you will not be assigned to an advisor based on viewing this recording.
Welcome to ASU and the School of Electrical, Computer, and Energy Engineering!