Accepted Transfer students
Welcome to the Electrical Engineering program at Sonoma state University! Get started by reviewing this information about registration, advising, and orientation. If you have more questions, please contact the department chair, Dr. Farid Farahmand - Salazar Hall #2004.
NOTE: If you have not yet been admitted and plan to transfer to the EE program at SSU please read the transfer page.
- In order to register, please make sure you take a look at EE program roadmap.
- See the alternative roadmap for transfer students.
- Checkout the class schedule posted on Department’s web page.
Important notes to transfer students registering at SSU for the first time:
- If you are trying to register for your Major ES courses and any of them are full, please send an email to Ms. Ronnie Goodlund and let her know. Please make sure you include your Seawolf ID number.
- If you are trying to register for any Non-ES course and the class is full, you MUST contact the appropriate Department (not the ES Department) and see if it is possible to get permission to register for the class.
Meeting Your Advisor
We are committed to ensure your smooth transition to our Electrical Engineering program at SSU. We highly recommend you meet with an ES advisor and introduce yourself before the classes begin. Please contact Ms. Ronnie Goodlund to setup an appointment with an advisor. Information for faculty and staff at ES Department can be found at Faculty & Staff page. Before you meet with your advisor please make sure you have the following ready:
- Make sure you know your Seawolf ID number;
- Go to the department office and ask for the Manila Folder with your name on it. If you don’t have a folder, make sure you receive an empty Manila Folder. Carefully write your first name, last name, and Seawolf ID number on its assorted tab. Present the folder to your advisor.
- Have a paper copy of your MARKED roadmap indicating all your transferred courses (hard copies of the roadmap are available in the ES office in Salazar Hall #2004);
- Have a paper copy of the most recent course schedule (hard copies of the class schedule are available in the ES office in Salazar Hall #2004).
Each fall, the ES department sponsors an orientation to introduce new undergraduate students to faculty and other students. The orientation will be conducted at the beginning of the semester. Please contact Ms. Ronnie Goodlund for more information.
- Please make sure you have reviewed the information posted on ES web page.
- Please note that in order to complete the EE program, you must fulfill all the courses indicated on the roadmap.
- An alternative roadmap is available for transfer students.
- All transfer students can view their transcripts and learn about which of their courses have been transferred to SSU. For more information see Academic Requirements Report.
- ASSIST is an online student-transfer information system that shows how course credits earned at one public California college or university can be applied when transferred to another. ASSIST is the official repository of articulation for California’s public colleges and universities and provides the most accurate and up-to-date information about student transfer in California. Students transfering from SRJC could look into SRC 15-16 SSU Articulation Agreement by Major. All SRJC course descriptions can be obtained from Santa Rosa Junior College Course Outline. For example search for "Elect 60A".
- To learn about acceptable GE courses refer to General Education Worksheet
- Contact information for all other departments at the School of Science and Technology
- Contact information for ES Department faculty