The College of Engineering and Computing’s Office of Advising provides academic and career guidance to current and prospective students of the College of Engineering and Computing. Our experienced professional advisors have one goal: your academic and professional success.

Each student has an assigned advisor who will successfully guide him or her throughout the academic curriculum so that the student can graduate in the least amount of time while taking advantage of the different growth opportunities available. Please visit advising categories listed on this page to learn about resources we offer for undergraduate and graduate students.

If you are an undergraduate student you can contact the teams listed below for more information. Graduate students and undergraduate students who wish to learn more about graduate program application requirements can contact the graduate program directors of the discipline of their choosing.


Undergraduate Advising

Engineering Center (Construction Management,
Engineering, Internet of Things):
10555 West Flagler St. EC 2620
Miami, FL 33174
Phone: 305.348.0273
Computing, Arts, Science and Education (CASE) Building
(Computer Science, Information Technology):
11200 SW 8th St. PG6 100
Miami, FL 33199


Graduate Advising

All newly admitted graduate students must meet with their graduate program director associated with their major prior to the enrollment in their first class in their first semester. Enrolled students must choose an advisor during their first semester in the program. Continued contact (at least once per semester) with the advisor is required to review progress and select courses for each succeeding semester. (Source: Graduate Catalog for the college). See the section below for a full list of graduate program directors for each department or school.

International Students

FIU is one of the most diverse universities in the United States and engineering and computing students and graduates represent more than 100 countries. To enroll in FIU as an international student, click the link below to Learn More.