Online Course Registration
Engineering at Illinois Online offers the flexibility and convenience to pursue an advanced degree, certification, or professional training while keeping your current career on track.
Registration for Fall 2016 is Now Open
August 15: enrollment deadline to avoid processing delays
August 22: first day of Fall 2016 courses
December 7: last day of Fall 2016 courses
December 9: first day of Fall 2016 final exams
Students who have not been admitted to a degree program should register by Monday, August 15, 2016. Registration after this date may delay receipt of NetID and NetID password.
How to Register
Step 1: Read this important information regarding payment and refunds.
Step 2: Visit our Course Offerings page to view course descriptions, prerequisites, and to select the appropriate CRN.
Step 3: Register for courses.
- Admitted Online Degree Students Only
- All other individuals (including Certificate students)
Step 4: Order textbooks. All textbook information is located at the Illini Union Bookstore but textbooks can be ordered from amazon and other stores as well. Please remember to order before the start of the term.
It is very important that you are familiar with Cancel, Drop, and Withdrawal policies before enrolling in an online course. Contact us at email@example.com with any questions before enrolling. You do not need to be admitted to a degree or certificate program in order to enroll in an online course. Any student with a bachelor's degree can register for an online course as a non-degree student (please note that non-degree students who are taking courses are not in a degree program and successful completion of these courses does not guarantee admissions into the degree program.). Individuals are responsible for determining if they have the required course prerequisites prior to registering. Up to 12 hours of University of Illinois credit, taken prior to being admitted, will transfer into a degree program with departmental approval.
Since you will be conducting your coursework online, including watching lectures and submitting assignments, we recommend that you have a good quality computer and a reliable Internet connection. A fast, reliable Internet connection makes it easier to participate in the class. Taking classes with connections under 128Kbps is possible, but we recommend a broadband connection. It is very important that you visit our Demos page to ensure that you can view the course lectures adequately before registering for courses.