The Office of Distance Education (ODE) at the College of Engineering and Computing provides access to graduate and undergraduate courses and programs to students, anywhere and anytime.  The US News Best Graduate Schools in Engineering has ranked us #139 for 2017. ODE offers students and professionals the freedom and flexibility to complete courses around their busy schedules. It is also a convenience to those who are not within driving distance of an academic institution. We give students an opportunity to continue their professional development, which plays an important role in the growth of high technology industries.

A student taking a course through ODE must meet the same requirements and will earn the same credit as face-to-face students who attend classes on campus. ODE courses are available to degree seeking and non-degree seeking students. However, a non-degree seeking student who intends to seek admission to the program should be aware that no more than six (6) graduate or fifteen (15) undergraduate credits are allowed to be transferred into a program.

Academic Courses and Programs

Select graduate and undergraduate video-based, online, and hybrid courses are offered in the following departments/schools:

Special Courses and Fully Online Degree Programs

The following courses and degree programs are offered fully online:

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