What is Force-Adding?
Force-adding is an administrative process that allows the department offering the course to place students into courses they cannot add themselves. A common reason for a force add is unprocessed transfer credit for pre-requisite courses students have taken at other institutions. Force-adds will not be considered for instructor preference or time convenience.
The department offering the course determines if and how force-adding will be completed. If you are force-added you will not have the ability to change a course section on your own. Force-add information for each engineering department and several non-engineering departments can be found below.
AOE - Aerospace and Ocean Engineering
BMES - Biomedical Engineering and Sciences
BSE - Biological Systems Engineering: Email Priscilla Baker (firstname.lastname@example.org)
BC - Building Construction
CEE- Civil and Environmental Engineering
CEM - Construction Engineering and Management
CHE - Chemical Engineering: Email Jeremy Wilson (email@example.com)
CS - Computer Science
ECE - Electrical and Computer Engineering
ENGE - Engineering Education
ENGR - Engineering: Request permission from course instructor.
ESM - Engineering Science and Mechanics
ISE - Industrial and Systems Engineering
ME - Mechanical Engineering
MINE - Mining Engineering: Email Michelle Crotto (firstname.lastname@example.org)
MSE - Materials Science and Engineering: Email Michelle Czamanske (email@example.com) no earlier than the week before classes begin.
NSEG - Nuclear Science and Engineering
BIOL - Biological Sciences
CHEM - Chemistry
ENGL - English
ENGL 1105, 1106, 3764: No force-adds accepted
ENGL 3804, 3814, 3824, 3834, 3844, 4824: Request permission from course instructor
MATH - Mathematics
PHYS - Physics
STAT - Statistics