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2023-2024 University Catalog 
    
2023-2024 University Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Electrical and Computer Engineering Major Change (CODO) Requirements


Major Change (CODO) Requirements


Purdue students interested in changing their major should meet with their current academic advisor to discuss their options and begin the online process. Once the student’s Major Change (CODO) has been processed, students will receive an email with instructions to authorize the change.

Students will need to meet the criteria below to be eligible for this major. A student’s catalog term, typically the semester you started at Purdue, will be used to determine the Major Change criteria that applies to you. Students can find their catalog term at the top of their MyPurduePlan below the degree progress bar.

This major change information below is for the catalog term you are currently viewing; see the University Undergraduate Academic Advising Major Change (CODO) website for prior catalog term criteria, more about the major change process and FAQs.

Students changing their major to a space restricted program, as designated by SPACE AVAILABLE BASIS ONLY, need to have their Curricular Change Request (CCR) submitted by their home college/school by 5pm the Thursday of Finals week for requests effective the following term to be considered.

General Requirements


  • Minimum Semesters: 2
  • Minimum West Lafayette Credit Hours: 12
  • Minimum Cumulative GPA: 3.2

Other Requirements


  • Students are accepted for FALL, SPRING and SUMMER.
  • Students are admitted on a SPACE AVAILABLE BASIS ONLY after holistic review. Space is limited.
  • Students must be in good academic standing (not on academic notice).
  • Students must earn a 3.2 average GPA or higher in any engineering, science and math courses completed prior to major change.
  • Students have a maximum of two attempts to CODO to ECE.  After the second attempt, the student is no longer eligible to CODO to ECE.
  • Students may complete 200-level ECE courses while working on their CODO to ECE; however, students may not take any 300-level or higher ECE courses until they are officially an ECE student.

Student Next Steps


Students are strongly recommended to make an appointment to meet with an ECE advisor. Contact eceugo@purdue.edu to schedule.