Online Courses

Join the online learning revolution.

Engineering Online offers a wide variety of courses allowing you to work toward the completion of a graduate degree or simply update your professional skill set.  Engineering and computer science courses are offered at the 400- and 500-levels for graduate credit. These courses and degree programs are exactly the same as the on-campus courses and programs. New courses will be added each semester in various areas of engineering.

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Remember: 2 semester credit hours = 30 PDHs = 3 CEUs

Contact the Office of Online and Professional Engineering Programs by submitting this form, or call our office between 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Central Time at 217-333-6634 if you would like more information.

ECE 109 and ENG 451 do not count toward graduate-level degrees offered by the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Fall and Spring semesters are 16 weeks in duration and Summer semesters are 8-10 weeks in duration:

Fall semester: late August through mid-December
Spring semester: mid-January through early May
Summer semester: late May through early August

Sharpen your professional skill set.

Engineering Online certificate programs are designed for off-campus professionals who wish to take graduate courses in a specialized area of engineering or computer science. Admission to a certificate program does not guarantee future admission to a degree program.

Using streaming technology, lectures are available online within hours after the conclusion of the on-campus class. Lectures are accessible 24 hours per day, seven days per week, and remain on the course website throughout the semester, allowing review of the lecture material in preparation for homework and exams. Online classes are taught by the same faculty who teach classes on campus.

Advanced Analytics

Aerospace Engineering

Business Management for Engineers

Civil Engineering

Computer Science

National Center for Professional and Research Ethics - Professional IQ: Preventing and Solving Problems at Work

Strategic Technology Management