How to Enroll

Welcome

Thank you for visiting the Integrated Product and Process Design (IPPD) Program Project Team Recruiting web site. This page contains IPPD registration and background information. IPPD begins each Fall term and runs for 2 semesters.

NOTE: IPPD counts for 3 credits for capstone (senior) design and 3 credits for one of the following, depending on the home department:

  • 3 credits of technical electives (*Aerospace Engineering majors must take either EAS 4700 or EAS 4710 to satisfy graduation requirements)
  • 3 credits for the first of two capstone design courses
    • Electrical Engineering majors - The EEL 4912/4913 IPPD sequence will substitute for the EEL 3923C/4924C sequence.  If an EE-IPPD student takes EEL 3923C in addition to EEL 4912 and 4913, then EEL 3923C will apply as an EE Technical Elective.
    • Computer Engineering majors - Choose one of following to satisfy your capstone design sequence: EEL 4912/4913 (or CIS 4912C/4913C) IPPD sequence, EEL 3923C/4924C EE sequence, or CEN 3913/4914 sequence.  If a CpE-IPPD student takes EEL 3923C or CEN 3913 in addition to EEL 4912/4913 (or CIS 4912C/4913C), then EEL 3923C or CEN 3913 will apply as a CpE Technical Elective.

For Business students, IPPD counts for 6 hours of electives.

Eligibility

To be eligible to apply for the IPPD Program, the applicant must:

  • Have completed the prerequisites for his/her major.
  • Be a senior who is graduating in a spring or summer term
  • Not have more than 30 semester hours left to be completed for graduation
  • Complete the IPPD application

Preference will be given to students who meet all the eligibility guidelines, but factors such as work experience, special skills and academic performance will also be considered.

Note that you may currently be enrolled in one or more of the prerequisite courses. You can note this on your application. When prompted for the number of hours prior to graduation, assume this value reflects courses completed prior to fall of the IPPD program year, even if you haven't yet completed these courses.

Application Process


Step 1

Read the IPPD Program Overview and review the eligibility guidelines. A list of prerequisites and co requisites for your major is included with the overview.
          

Step 2
          

Preference will be given to students who meet all the eligibility guidelines, but factors such as work experience, special skills and academic performance will also be considered. Note that you may currently be enrolled in one or more of the prerequisite courses. You can note this on your application. When prompted for the number of hours prior to graduation, assume this value reflects courses completed prior to fall of the IPPD program year, even if you haven't yet completed these courses.

Click here to apply for IPPD

Trouble applying? This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Be sure to include details of error messages.

Step 3
          

Your online application will be routed to your departmental Undergraduate Studies Office. The first application deadline coincides with the last day of undergraduate advisement for the spring semester. A first group of applicants will be selected for participation in IPPD prior to the end of spring semester classes. As more projects are recruited, additional applicants will be accepted.

Applications will be accepted up to and throughout the summer; however, first consideration will be given to Spring Term applicants. Check on the status of your application on a regular basis during the Summer Term.

More Information

Departmental Coordinators

Click here to review a list of IPPD coordinators in your department. Please contact your coordinator if you have any questions regarding how participating in IPPD can enrich your undergraduate learning experience. Your coordinator can answer many questions you might have regarding time commitments, types of projects available and past projects.

IPPD Brochure

Click here to review a copy of the IPPD brochure.

 

Home | Projects | Faculty | Sponsors | Students | About Us | News | Calendar | My IPPD
Apply Online | Sitemap | Disability Services | Privacy Policy | Search | Report a problem
© University of Florida, Gainesville, FL 32611; (352) 392-3261.

 
 
 

 Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.           176 Engineering Building, PO Box 116000, Gainesville, FL 32611          Phone: 352-846-1975          Copyright © 1996-2015