Those interested in applying for admissions to an online degree or certificate program must do so according to the requirements set forth by the University of Illinois and the department of interest. Steps for admissions are available through each department listed below. Please contact us with any questions regarding the admissions process.
You can take courses before being admitted to a degree program. Test it out. Decide if this is the right option for you. Brush up on a skillset for your professional growth. You can take up to 12 hours of credit prior to being admitted that may be transferred into the degree program with departmental approval.
NOTE: Taking courses prior to admission does not guarantee future admission to a degree program.
The same elite courses, completely online.
Engineering Online is about providing lifelong learning opportunities with the same level of quality that students of the University of Illinois experience on campus.
- 22-year history of delivering online education
- 9 complete master’s degree programs
- 18 specialized certificates
- 200+ professionally-oriented courses
- Dedicated online student services
- World-renowned faculty
|April 20||Summer 2020 registration opens for Online Degree Students|
|May 4||Summer 2020 course registration opens for Online Non-Degree Students|
|May 6||Last day of Spring 2020 courses|
|May 8||First day of Spring 2020 final exams|
|June 1||First day of Summer Session 2020 courses|
|June 12||Proctor information due|
|June 15||First day of Summer Session II 2020 courses (CEE, ECE, Math, & ME 400)|
|TBA||Fall 2020 course registration opens for Online Non-Degree Students|
How to Register
Students may take courses before being admitted to a degree program. Up to 12 hours of credit taken prior to being admitted may be transferred into the degree program with departmental approval. Taking courses prior to admission does not guarantee future admission to a degree program.
It is very important that you are familiar with Cancel, Drop, and Withdrawal policies before enrolling in an online course. Contact us at email@example.com with any questions before enrolling.
- Read this important information regarding payments and refunds.
- Visit our Course Offerings page to view course descriptions, prerequisites, and to select the appropriate CRN.
- Register for courses:
- Order textbooks. All textbook information is located at the Illini Union Bookstore, but textbooks can be ordered from Amazon and other stores as well. Please remember to order before the start of the term.
You do not need to be admitted to a degree or certificate program in order to enroll in an online course. Any student with a bachelor's degree can register for an online course as a non-degree student (please note that non-degree students who are taking courses are not in a degree program, and successful completion of these courses does not guarantee admissions into the degree program). Individuals are responsible for determining if they have the required-course prerequisites prior to registering. Up to 12 hours of University of Illinois credit, taken prior to being admitted, will transfer into a degree program with departmental approval.
Since you will be conducting your coursework online, including watching lectures and submitting assignments, we recommend that you have a good quality computer and a reliable Internet connection. A fast, reliable Internet connection makes it easier to participate in the class. Taking classes with connections under 128Kbps is possible, but we recommend a broadband connection. It is very important that you visit our How It Works / Course Demos page to ensure that you can view the course lectures adequately before registering for courses.
Achieve Your Goals Through an Online Education at The Grainger College of Engineering
The Grainger College of Engineering has a 22-year history of delivering excellence in online education through a vast number of elite degree, courses, and certificate programs, helping students like you to achieve your academic and professional goals.
If you have any questions about online learning at The Grainger College of Engineering, contact our Office of Online Programs team at 217-333-6634 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We are here to help every step of the way.
If you are ready to take the first step in achieving your goals, learn more about online registration today.