Applications for admission to Virginia Engineering Online are made to the School of Engineering and Applied Science at UVA. A student can combine courses from UVA and supporting institutions to create a unique, individually appropriate, program of study. The application process is on-going; new students are accepted each spring, summer, and fall term. Students interested in the degree are encouraged to apply by the start of their second course if not sooner. While there is no limit to the number of courses that can be taken as non-degree seeking student, if courses are not pre-approved by a degree advisor they may not be approved to count towards the intended degree.

You register for classes or apply to the graduate program of your choice online, just as our on-grounds students do.

You may sign up for the entire degree program, or take individual classes.

You may take up to half of your classes through one of our partner institutions

  • Virginia Commonwealth University
  • Virginia Tech
  • Old Dominion University
  • George Mason University

Doing so offers you even greater flexibility, and can shorten your time to degree.

The majority of the Virginia Engineering Online (VEO) courses from UVA are delivered in a real-time, interactive format. UVA believes that there is educational value in real-time interaction between faculty and students and between students. VEO students are strongly encouraged to attend their UVA courses in real-time. Students connect to class through the internet from a home or work computer, or perhaps a UVA on-grounds library if in the local area. Materials, resources, and homework assignments are exchanged over UVA email or UVA Collab.

All courses are regular UVA Engineering School offerings. Our online students take classes and earn the degree alongside their on-grounds student peers. The degree, a Master of Engineering, is likewise the same that is earned by on-grounds students. All graduating students are invited to attend graduation ceremonies when they have completed the program.

For additional information, contact the SEAS Office of Educational Innovation: cgep@virginia.edu

Sean Agnew teaching in the new electronic classroom in Rice Hall. The room has video monitors, a Smart Board, camera, microphones, and furniture which can be arranged in various configurations.