For advisement, students should contact a CISE Academic Advisor or visit the CISE Student Services Center (E405 CSE Building)
Freshman applicants (High School Graduates) do not apply to the department at the undergraduate level, but instead apply to the University of Florida as you would do for any other bachelors program. Freshman admission requirements can be found here. All accepted freshman students are required to attend PREVIEW. At PREVEW, students can declare a major. The three letter designation for the four degree programs within the CISE Department are the following:
- CEN - Computer Engineering(Software Emphasis)
- CSC - Computer Science
- CSE - Computer Science
- DAS - Digital Arts and Sciences
Freshman who indicate CEN or DAS as their major when they enter UF, should come to the CISE Student Services Center (E405 CSE) and meet with an advisor.
Students who are transferring in from a Four-Year University with less than 60 credit hours, must meet freshman admission requirements. Freshman admission requirements can be found here. Students transferring from a Four-Year University with 60 or more credit hours, or from a Florida Community College must meet the following minimum requirements:
- CEN Minimum Transfer Requirements
- CSE Minimum Transfer Requirements
- DAS Minimum Transfer Requirements
- CSC Transfers
Students who wish to transfer into the CSC program should review the College of Liberal Arts and Science's(CLAS) Transfer Manual. Since the CSC degree is technically a degree program in CLAS and not in the College of Engineering, you will need to contact an advisor in the Academic Advising Center.
Transfer students from another four-year university must adhere to the following CISE policies when transferring in upper-division coursework. All transfer students are required to attend Transfer Preview.
Changing Majors within the University
All students who wish to change majors to CEN or DAS should consult a CISE Advisor in E405 CSE.
Prospective CSC students should see an academic advisor in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
Interested students should contact a CISE Academic Advisor or visit the CISE Student Services Center (E405 CSE Building).