The first step towards succeeding in your Distance Learning Program is to become acquainted with the appropriate Education Program Leader, who can assist you with eligibility and funding questions.
- LLNL: Carol Musto (firstname.lastname@example.org, 925-424-5479)
- SNL: Kristy Sibert (email@example.com, 925-294-2075)
For assistance in selecting courses to take, you may work directly with the graduate program coordinator at UC Davis in your area of interest.
Many employees who are considering graduate school enroll through Open Campus, which is administered through UC Davis University Extension. You may be allowed to transfer up to 12 units of credit for post-baccalaureate work taken through Open Campus prior to formal admission to a graduate program. Check with your department’s graduate adviser before taking a course through Open Campus to establish that it is transferable to a degree program. When taking courses through Open Campus, you are not a matriculated student. Enrollment forms for Open Campus are available online.
After you have been accepted to a degree program through the Office of Graduate Studies, you may enroll as a continuing student. Application information for admission to a graduate program at UC Davis may be obtained by visiting the Office of Graduate Studies website, or by going to the individual engineering graduate program websites.