Undergraduate admissions for all engineering majors at the Jacobs School of Engineering is handled by the UC San Diego admissions office.
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Tours for Prospective Students
The UC San Diego admissions office provides campus tours that include the Jacobs School of Engineering. (The Jacobs School does not offer separate tours.)
Engineering Majors Information
View the Jacobs School of Engineering information here.
Undergraduate Student Advising at the Jacobs School
Academic Advising at UC San Diego Jacobs School of Engineering is done by individual departments. (There is no central Jacobs School advising group.)
Advising Information and Contacts for Engineering Majors
Experience Engineering Initiative
The Jacobs School of Engineering's Experience Engineering Initiative aims to give every engineering and computer science undergraduate student at UC San Diego a hands-on or experiential engineering course or lab each and every year — starting freshman year.
Admission to UC San Diego as a freshman or transfer student does not guarantee admission to engineering majors at the Jacobs School of Engineering. Due to high demand, all engineering majors at UC San Diego are “capped,” which means additional screening procedures are in place.
UC San Diego admissions office capped majors page.
View the Jacobs School of Engineering Course Catalog here.
The Jacobs School of Engineering created a course guide for undergraduates in all Jacobs School majors who are interested in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML).
Six-College System at UC San Diego
Undergraduate general education requirements are determined by which of the six colleges a student attends, upper division requirements by their engineering major.
Engineering students can attend all six colleges. Advisors by college are listed here.
Study Abroad at UC San Diego
Engineering students today must prepare to enter a globalized workforce, and many Jacobs School students do this with a Study Abroad experience. Study Abroad at UC San Diego includes both engineering and non-technical classes, research projects and internships. Connect with the Study Abroad office to learn more.