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Prospective Distance Engineering Degree Program (DEDP) Students
The College of Engineering and Mines currently offers five of our engineering degree programs (chemical, civil, electrical, mechanical and petroleum) through a distance delivery mode called our Distance Engineering Degree Program (DEDP).
Our DEDP delivery mode offers non-traditional engineering students an opportunity to complete most of their undergraduate degree coursework in our accredited undergraduate engineering programs through the internet. Students are required to complete their laboratory requirements through accelerated summer courses at UND. Since our DEDP students experience the same lectures and coursework requirements as our on campus students, we consider this education experience to be essentially equivalent.
Before acceptance to the Distance Engineering Degree Program (DEDP), you must be accepted to UND. Please complete the UND Undergraduate application.
The deadline for acceptance of students for Fall or Summer enrollment is February 1. The deadline for acceptance of Spring enrollment is September 1. If you were accepted after the deadline for the term indicated on your application, you will be admitted to begin taking semester-based courses during the subsequent term.
Please note that the transfer evaluation process can take 4-8 weeks after being accepted to UND. Therefore, it is strongly recommended that you begin the application process at least a couple months prior to the application deadline for the desired semester.
For more information on the Distance Engineering Degree Program (DEDP), please email our Office of Student Experience and Outreach.