Support Page Content
- Civil Engineering Roadmap
- Computer Engineering Roadmap
- Computer Science Roadmap
- Construction Management Roadmap
- Electrical and Electronic Engineering Roadmap
- Mechanical Engineering Roadmap
Major Catalogs Fall 2023-2024
- Civil Engineering Catalog
- Computer Engineering Catalog
- Computer Science Catalog
- Construction Management Catalog
- Electrical and Electronic Engineering Catalog
- Mechanical Engineering Catalog
General Education & Graduation Requirements Worksheets
For students on Fall 2018 GE pattern and older
- Civil Engineering - Fall 2018 Pattern
- Computer Engineering - Fall 2018 Pattern
- Computer Science - Fall 2018 Pattern
- Construction Management - Fall 2018 Pattern
- Electrical and Electronic Engineering - Fall 2018 Pattern
- Mechanical Engineering - Fall 2018 Pattern
For students on Fall 2021 GE pattern
- General Chemistry Requirements: CHEM 4 and 1E To enroll in CHEM 1E (needed for Civil Engineering, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering majors) students must complete the diagnostic test prior to enrollment. Students also need to be Math 30 eligible.
- ALEKS PPL Placement Assessment To begin your major's math pathway (Math 12 > Math 29> Math 30 or Math 12 > Math 26a (Construction Management majors only)) must take this math diagnostic exam. If you completed Advanced Placement (AP) credits in High School it is still strongly encouraged that you take the ALEKS PPL.
- Writing Placement for Juniors (WPJ) All students must take the WPJ in order to fulfill their writing-intensive course requirement.
- Math & Science Peer-Assisted Learning (PAL) & Engineering & Computer Science Peer-Assisted Learning (PAL) are curricular structures that encourages cross-year support among students in science and math gateway courses. PAL encourages students to learn co-operatively under the guidance of trained students, called PAL Facilitators, who have been very successful in the same course they facilitate, and have been highly trained in group facilitation and pedagogy.
- Keys to Degrees is an integrated suite of tools including Smart Planner, which automates course selections, makes planning ahead a breeze and provides real-time progress dashboards to help first-year, current and transfer students stay on track and graduate on time.
- Graduation Application
- Assist.org is an online resource for finding out which courses transfer between Community Colleges and Sacramento State. It is strongly recommended that you work with an academic advisor or your major department before enrolling in a course other then Sac State to confirm that it transfers.
- A.C.T. NOW: The College of Engineering and Computer Science Roadmap to Success Workshop Presentation by Dr. Danielle Clark & Ryan Gorsiski. A Presentation on tips, tricks, and important information for incoming first-year students, and transfer students and their advisors/counselors to properly prepare them for a successful transition to Sac State's College of Engineering and Computer Science.
Student Affairs Resources
- CARES - Basic Needs - Food, Housing, and Financial Security
- Services For Students With Disabilities (SSWD)
- Dreamer Resource Center
- The PRIDE Center
- The Women’s Resource Center
- Multi-Cultural Center
- Financial Wellness Center
- Veterans Success Center
- Associated Students, Inc.
- Student Health and Counseling Services
- Sexual Violence Support