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When you are looking at classes on the schedule of courses, you will see some courses require department permission. You can follow the directions on this page to request course permission. Please note there are different directions for different course codes, i.e. ENPM, ENME, BIOE etc.

Please note that obtaining permission does not guarantee a seat in the course if the enrollment limits have been met.

Sample Request Email:

Dear _____:
My name is ______ and I am a Master of Engineering in ______student. Can you please grant me department permission to enroll in ______for the ______semester? My university ID number is ______. 
Please let me know if you need any other information or there is a problem with this request.

Thank you,
______

Course Code

Instructions to Request Permission

BIOE 400-level MAGE students requesting permission to take 400-level undergraduate courses through the Bioengineering department should make that request here.
BIOE600+ Email: Melanie Prange (bioe-graduate@umd.edu) and cc mage-advising@umd.edu).
*Be sure to include your program and 9 digit UID number in your email.
CHBE Email: Kathy Gardinier (lopresti@umd.edu) and cc mage-advising@umd.edu.
*Be sure to include your program and 9 digit UID number in your email.
For any courses other than CHBE610, CHBE620, CHBE630, and CHBE640, you must reach out to the instructor directly with a cc to Ms. Gardinier as the first step in the permission request.
CMSC 400-level MAGE students requesting permission to take 400-level undergraduate courses through the Computer Science department should make that request here
CMSC 600+ MAGE students requesting permission to take graduate level courses through the Computer Science department should make that request here.
ENAE Email Leslie Davis (Ldavis17@umd.edu) and cc mage-advising@umd.edu.
*Be sure to include your program and 9 digit UID number in your email.
ENCE 400-level Email: Al Santos (asantos@umd.edu) and cc mage-advising@umd.edu. Priority is given to ENCE undergraduates, so stamps will begin to be provided during finals week of the preceding semester. Please email at that time - no requests prior to that will be considered. 
*Be sure to include your program and 9 digit UID number in your email.
ENCE 600+  Email: Anna Damm (adamm1@umd.edu) and cc mage-advising@umd.edu.
*Be sure to include your program and 9 digit UID number in your email.
ENEE 400-level MAGE students requesting permission to take 400-level undergraduate courses through the ECE department should make that request here.
ENEE 600+ Email: The course instructor and cc mage-advising@umd.edu.
*Be sure to include your program and 9 digit UID number in your email.
ENFP Click here.
ENMA Click here.
ENME 400-level  MAGE students requesting permission to take 400-level undergraduate courses through the ENME department should make that request here.
ENME 600+ Email: Kerri Poppler James (kjames3@umd.edu) and cc mage-advising@umd.edu.
*Be sure to include your program and 9 digit UID number in your email.
ENPM

ENPM700 Course Permission Request Form without taking the prerequisite ENPM702, click here.

All other ENPM course permissions, click here.

ENRE Email: Kerri Poppler James (kjames3@umd.edu) and cc mage-advising@umd.edu.
*Be sure to include your program and 9 digit UID number in your email.
 
ENSE Click here.
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Email: Guerda Mervilus (gmervilu@umd.edu)  and cc mage-advising@umd.edu.
*Be sure to include your program and 9 digit UID number in your email.

For Fall and Spring additional academic deadlines, including specific sessions beginning and end dates, course add/drop and financial deadlines please see the Office of the Registrar.

For information on Winter or Summer deadlines, click here.

 


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