Directions to Register for a Credit Course
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Master’s in Engineering Management: Go to MyCUinfo, login with IdentiKey, click on Student tab, click on Register for Classes and follow the registration process.
Other CU graduate degree: Request permission to take the course by emailing the instructor. Attach a resume or include a brief description of your professional experience. If your request is granted, send an email to the Engineering Management Program office requesting registration assistance and include the instructor’s approving email. *
Distance: Register through CAETE Academic Course Registration.*
On-Campus: Send an email requesting registration assistance to the Engineering Management Program office.
Request permission to take the course by emailing the instructor. Attach a resume or include a brief description of your professional experience. If request is granted, register through the CAETE Academic Course Registration.
Employee at CU-Boulder who is not admitted to the Engineering Management Program
- Apply for Faculty/Staff Tuition Benefit
- Follow directions on How to Search and Register for Classes using the Faculty/Staff Tuition Benefit.
IMPORTANT: Please note you will not be able to register for Engineering Management course with the EMEN course prefix through MyCUinfo because EMEN courses are restricted to Engineering Management degree students. Non-degree, on-campus, and CU Faculty and Staff are welcome to contact Jannette Noonan for registration assistance.
Upper division undergraduates can register for EMEN undergraduate courses through MyCUinfo.*
* Contact your academic advisor to discuss your department’s policy relating to taking a distance course while you are actively enrolled as an ‘on campus’ student.
Directions to access your online course
After you have registered for your class, you need to create your eCollege account to access the online section. All students need to create an eCollege account.
eCollege is an Internet-based course management tool used for all Engineering Management courses. Professors use eCollege to post class readings, distribute and collect homework, post grades, create class announcements and create shared work space for class project teams.