How VIP Credits Count

The VIP program is multidisciplinary by nature, attracting students from schools and departments across campus. Students can participate in VIP for multiple semesters. VIP credits typically count as free electives or technical electives. Senior Design and Junior Design options for VIP are available in some majors, but students must take a specific number of credits their junior and senior years. Departments with consistent student enrollment in VIP have established policies on how these credits count in their degree programs. If your program of study is not listed, check with your advising office to find out how the credits would count toward your degree.

College How Credits Count Senior Design/Junior Design

College of Design

 

Industrial Design

Building Construction &
Facility Management

Architecture

 

College of Computing

Computational Media

Computer Science

Computational Media

Computer Science

College of Engineering

 

Biomedical Engineering

Chemical & Biomolecular
Engineering

Civil Engineering

Computer Engineering

Electrical Engineering

Environmental Engineering

Industrial Engineering

Mechanical Engineering


 

 

Computer Engineering

Electrical Engineering

 

Industrial Engineering

Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts International Affairs  
College of Sciences

Applied Physics

Biology

Physics