Undergraduate Academic Programs
Explore our undergraduate majors below. This information is part of the UD Catalog and may differ from the requirements that apply to students admitted in previous academic years. All undergraduate engineering majors are available as Honors Degrees.
Are you looking to expand your intellectual horizons? If you are the type of student who wants to work hard academically, but also be part of a bright and vibrant community of scholars, the UD Honors Program is a good fit for you.
Your ideas and commitment can change people’s lives. As an Access:Ability Scholar you will act on that philosophy by learning to design and advocate for inclusive approaches to disability.
COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT SCHOLARS
Be part of UD’s tradition of public service and make an impact as a Community Engagement Scholar. You’ll have the chance to make a difference through service learning courses, as a researcher in a community-based project or as a volunteer.
Imagine yourself leading the charge, protecting lives, jobs, institutions and networks in order to create a more secure world. Gain hands-on experience and leadership skills to help create change through mentorship, networking opportunities and specialized coursework.
DELAWARE INNOVATION FELLOWS
Got an Idea? Ignite your imagination and turn your ideas into action. If you’re passionate, creative and bold, become a Delaware Innovation Fellow.
GRAND CHALLENGES SCHOLARS FOR ENGINEERS
Start changing the world in a positive way. As a Grand Challenges Scholar and engineering student you will be a part of the addressing the Presidential call for our nation to lead the way in responding to the most critical global technological challenges of the 21st century.
UD’s new Spectrum Scholars program promotes a welcoming environment for undergraduate students with autism at UD that enhances their ability to thrive in academic environments and campus life. In collaboration with JPMorgan Chase & Co. and administered by the University’s Center for Disabilities Studies, undergraduate students with autism receive comprehensive coaching and career development opportunities during their undergraduate experience as they work toward a successful career.
4+1 Bachelors/Masters Programs
4+1 Bachelors/Masters Programs are designed to allow well-qualified students the opportunity to earn a Bachelors and Master's degree within a 5-year period of time, assuming they stay on track with their curriculum.
Department of Biomedical Engineering
Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
- Chemical Engineering/Business Administration 4+1 (BChE/MBA)
- Chemical Engineering/Materials Science and Engineering 4+1 (BChE/MMSE)
- Chemical Engineering/Particle Technology 4+1 (BChE/MEPT)
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
- Civil Engineering 4+1 (BCE/MCE)
- Civil Engineering/Business Administration 4+1 (BCE/MBA)
- Civil Engineering/Materials Science and Engineering 4+1 (BCE/MMSE)
- Environmental Engineering/Business Administration 4+1 (BEnE/MBA)
- Environmental Engineering/Civil Engineering 4+1 (BEnE/MCE)
- Environmental Engineering/Materials Science and Engineering 4+1 (BEnE/MMSE)
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
- Computer Engineering/Business Administration 4+1 (BCpE/MBA)
- Computer Engineering/Cybersecurity 4+1 (BCpE/MS)
- Computer Engineering/Electrical & Computer Engineering 4+1 (BCpE/MSECE)
- Computer Engineering/Materials Science and Engineering 4+1 (BCpE/MMSE)
- Electrical Engineering/Business Administration 4+1 (BEE/MBA)
- Electrical Engineering/Cybersecurity 4+1 (BEE/MS)
- Electrical Engineering/Electrical & Computer Engineering 4+1 (BEE/MSECE)
- Electrical Engineering/Materials Science and Engineering 4+1 (BEE/MMSE)
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Departmental Academic Advising Staff
126 Spencer Lab
257 Colburn Lab
101 Smith Hall
Computer and Information Sciences
140 Evans Hall
Electrical and Computer Engineering
301 DuPont Hall
Civil and Environmental Engineering
301 Spencer Lab