Congratulations on your admission to UC Berkeley and taking the first steps to becoming a Berkeley Engineer. We know that you have questions about whether or not Berkeley Engineering is the right fit for you, so we hope you will find the information below helpful.
Read through our Q&As from last year’s Cal Week, then join us during this year’s Cal Week to ask your own questions, meet current students and faculty, and learn more about Berkeley Engineering.
- Frosh Q&A from last year’s info sessions (with updated information)
- Transfer Q&A from last year’s info sessions (with updated information)
Exams: If you have taken one or more Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, or A-Level exams, you can find out if which requirements they fulfill in the College of Engineering Undergraduate Guide – Exams.
Undergraduate academic programs: Learn more about each department, what they are studying and which minors are available for you to explore.
Department resources: Contact your department undergraduate adviser if you want to know more about department resources.
Co-curricular learning opportunities: The College of Engineering has many different ways for you to learn outside of the classroom.
Engineering visits: Join UC Berkeley’s Visitor Services for virtual visits especially for admitted and waitlisted College of Engineering students Thursdays, 4 p.m. PT (March 26 – April 23). Register online to get a campus overview with an engineering perspective.
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