General Engineering is a new undergraduate degree program in the College of Engineering and Applied Science at the University of Colorado Boulder, providing a pathway through engineering for students interested in interdisciplinary hands-on engineering design coupled with an engineering emphasis, plus the flexibility to explore another concentration of the students’ choice within, or external to, engineering.
The General Engineering Plus CU Teach Engineering concentration, is available to first-year and sophomore students interested in secondary school (grades 7-12) math or science teacher licensure through engineering. Additional concentrations support subsequent pursuit of graduate or professional programs in areas such as medical or law school, or professional practice in generalized engineering areas such as technical sales or project management.
Thus the term General Engineering Plus (GE+) is used to describe this novel, design-rich engineering degree coupled with a specialized concentration - providing students with a flexible, yet technical, career path.
The GE+ degree program admission requirements for new admits and transfer students follow the standard College of Engineering and Applied Science admission guidelines, found here.
Once you have been admitted to the College of Engineering and Applied Science under the General Engineering Plus Program, you will be required to meet with an advisor to approve your course curriculum.