How the Program Works
Applications for admission to Virginia Engineering Online degree programs are made to the School of Engineering and Applied Science at UVA. The application process is on-going; new degree students are accepted each spring, summer, and fall term. A VEO degree student can combine courses from UVA and supporting institutions to create a unique, individually appropriate, program of study. While there is no limit to the number of courses that can be taken as non-degree seeking student, if courses are not pre-approved by a degree advisor they may not be approved to count towards the intended degree.
Prospective students register for classes or apply to the graduate program of their choice online, just as our on-grounds students do.
Students may apply for entrace into a degree program, or take individual classes as a non-degree or visiting student.
Degree students may take up to half of their classes through one of our partner institutions:
- George Mason University
- Old Dominion University
- Virginia Commonwealth University
- Virginia State University
- Virginia Tech
Doing so offers even greater flexibility, and can shorten the time it takes to achieve the degree.
The majority of the Virginia Engineering Online (VEO) courses are offered by way of recorded lecture sessions (asynchronous delivery), unless real-time live-stream attendance and/or participation is specified by the instructor. Online students have the same degree requirements and achieve the same ME degree as those who learn in person at our school. Students connect to class through the internet. Materials, resources, and homework assignments are exchanged over UVA email or UVA Collab.
For additional information, contact the SEAS Office of Educational Innovation: email@example.com
Of special note: In general, Transfer credits must be completed at least one semester prior to graduation. See the REQUEST APPROVAL OF TRANSFER CREDITS FORM for further details.