Advising & Curriculum

Looking for MAE Undergraduate Advising resources or information? Check out this site, the FAQs below, the MAE Undergrad Advising Canvas, and search previous emails sent from advising.

Have an advising question? Email from your UF email address, and include your UFID number with a clear and concise description of your need for assistance.

Use the menu to the left to navigate to pages on Honors Theses, our 4/1 combined degree program, the dual mechanical and aerospace program, and how you can use internships or co-ops as credits towards your degree.

MAE Peer Advising – via Zoom

Spring semester Peer Advising hours are held virtually via Zoom. Find Peer Advisor profiles and weekly schedules here and visit our MAE Canvas site to access their Zoom links.

MAE Peer Advisors are available to discuss research, study abroad, internships, course planning, involvement, and more! They are upperclassmen and women majoring in mechanical engineering, aerospace engineering, or both degrees.

Holds, Registration, & Course Planning

For instructions on how to have your “College Registration (EG)” advising hold removed for summer/fall 2021, carefully read the Advising Hold Removal Instructions document. Be sure you are completing all tasks necessary, depending upon your semester of graduation. MAE students should also review the Hold Removal page on the MAE Undergrad Advising Canvas site to find information on other common holds.

Utilize the following Curriculum Sheets and your Degree Audit to plan your courses.

Curriculum Sheets

Reference the sheet below that corresponds to your major and catalog year (year you entered UF). Read the top of the sheet carefully. These are only suggested outlines and it is each student’s responsibility to craft their ideal individual plan with assistance and resources from advising.

Course Schedules

Student Responsibilities

The Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering will make every effort to advise students on degree requirements, course selections, etc. However, it is ultimately the individual student’s responsibility to ensure that they have satisfied all degree requirements.

The ONE.UF website is a valuable tool for the individual student to track degree progress. We strongly encourage students to periodically check their Degree Audit at the ONE.UF website. You must satisfy all the requirements on the degree audit in order to graduate. The Curriculum Sheet posted above from your catalog year is an additional course planning resource you may find helpful.

Undergrad Advising FAQs

Q. I have a hold on my account. Can you remove it?
A. If it is the college of engineering registration hold, you need to follow the Advising Instructions above to request it be removed each term.
If it is a tracking or GPA probation hold, please follow the instructions on the MAE Undergraduate Advising Canvas “Hold Removal” page.
Questions regarding all other holds must be directed to the units that placed them. Click the hold to read its description and find who to contact.

Q. I tried to register for an MAE course and it says I cannot because I am missing requisites. How do I get into the course?
A. Review the Curriculum Sheet above for your major and catalog year to confirm what the course pre-requisites are. You MUST take pre-requisites prior to their corresponding course, NO EXCEPTIONS.
If you have successfully completed a pre-requisite and it is not showing on your degree audit, complete the Pre-requisite Override Qualtrics survey for the correct academic term. This survey is found on our MAE Undergraduate Advising Canvas during advance registration periods.

Q. I am trying to register for a course outside of MAE and I’m running into a problem. What do I do?
A. Contact the department that offers the course. Department contact information is available on the UF Homepage.

Q. Credits I have from high school or another college/university are not appearing on my Degree Audit. How do I get those credits to show up?
A. First check the Transfer Course section at the bottom of your Degree Audit on ONE.UF.EDU. If the course is listed there, email from your Gatorlink address and include your UF ID number with a clear description of your concern. If the course is not listed, contact the Admissions Office.

Q. I need a petition or form signed. How do I get this signature?
A. Forms and petitions must be completed as follows:

  • Fill out the entire form using text boxes when they are enabled on the online document.
  • Provide your signature where required, by using your mouse with the edit/drawing function of your internet browser or with an e-signature.
  • Compile any supporting documentation or materials to be sent along with the form.
  • Send the completed form in PDF format along with any additional documentation or supporting materials to from your Gatorlink address, and include a description of the purpose for the form along with your UF ID number.

Q. I would like more information about the 4/1 combined BS/MS program.
A. Visit this page of our website for all necessary information:

Q. I would like to declare the dual ASE/ME degree. How do I do this?
A. View the Application for Dual Degree form to verify that you meet the requirements for application. If you are eligible to apply, complete the form and email it to using your Gatorlink address and including your UF ID number.

Advising Contacts

Who is my advisor?

First-Year (non-transfer) Students

Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering advisors are available to help you plan your academic program of study, explore majors, and develop your career goals. The Engineering Advising Center (EAC) advises all first-year (non-transfer) engineering students.

Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors, and Transfers

Please note that Undergraduate Advising services are being provided remotely during the COVID-19 emergency. There are currently no in-person appointments, but remote advising is fully operational.

Direct all advising questions to, regardless of your year. Always use your UF email address and include your UF ID number along with a clear description of how we may assist you.

Sophomores, Juniors, Non-graduating Seniors, and Transfers are assisted by Ms. Sarah Huddleston, Ms. Shirley Robinson, Ms. Salena Robinson, or Ms. Sierra McVeigh.

Graduating Seniors must meet with Mr. Michael Fitzgerald.