Engineering & Computer Science

Program Advising

Undergraduate Advising

The first advising contact for Engineering and Computer Science is: The undergraduate academic advisor plays an essential role in assisting you, our students, through educational program. The role of the advisor is to assist you to:
  • understand the University Common Requirements (UCORE)
  • determine which courses you need to take next based on course offerings and pre-requisites
  • apply for certification in the major
  • apply for graduation
Please review the academic calendar for important dates and deadlines: www.registrar.wsu.edu/registrar/apps/acadcal.aspx

Advising Process

In Engineering and Computer Science, the advising process involves two phases:
  1. a meeting with a faculty mentor, arranged through the faculty listed below
  2. a completing advising consultation
The following professors will gladly assign your faculty mentor to you:
  Computer Science
Dr. Bob Lewis
West 134 D
  Civil Engineering
Dr. Allena Srinivas
West 134 F
  Electrical Engineering
Dr. Scott Hudson
West 134 B
  Mechanical Engineering
Dr. Changki Mo
West 134 J

Please, proceed to the Engineering & Computer Science E & CS Advising Gateway to initiate your advising session. Best wishes! 

Graduate Advising

Graduate student will work with your faculty advisor for assistance with course recommendations and planning your thesis or non-thesis work. If you need assistance with any forms including creating or updating your Program of Study, applying for Graduation, applying for Graduate Leave, and adding or dropping courses you can work with Helen Berry in the Academic Affairs office. Ms. Berry will work closely with the Graduate School and the College for all your program needs.
Helen Berry
Helen Berry

Program Coordinator

509-372-7394

West 207A

hberry@tricity.wsu.edu