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Additional Calculus for Engineers (ACE)

Additional Calculus for Engineers (ACE) is designed to provide a solid foundation in mathematics, computational math in engineering, and computer science to undergraduate students interested in pursuing an engineering degree. Taught by experienced graduate students, the program gives undergrads the support and resources they need to advance in their studies.

Students participating in ACE are required to attend an additional weekly section and enroll in their selected course for 1 additional unit. ACE participants also receive access to additional exam review sessions, individual tutoring, and other study resources. We accept applications from all students who believe they may benefit from participating in small active-learning sessions led by a highly trained graduate student. 

Application Process & Courses

​Generally, students in ACE are required to attend the usual course lectures for either CME, CS (Pathfinders), or Math, and the graduate student-led ACE section for the class. ACE sections are scheduled so that they do not conflict with the course lecture time.

  1. Enroll in your course lecture:

    • Math: 19, 20, 21, 51, 52, 53

    • CME: 100 or 102

    • CS (Pathfinders): 106A/B or 107

  2. Apply to ACE by completing the ACE Program Application.

  3. Students will be notified of their acceptance to ACE within 1 week of the application close date. 

  4. Once you have been notified of your acceptance to the ACE program, we will either:

    • Send you a permission number via email to register for the section 

See Course List


Whether you’re a returning applicant or a new applicant to the ACE program, please complete the following application to be considered for an ACE section this quarter. Note that space in each section is limited. 

Application is currently closed.

Graduate Student Course Assistantships

Earn additional funding by teaching weekly small-group sessions for undergraduates needing additional support in introductory courses in math, computational and mathematical engineering, and computer science.


Inquiries regarding logistics, acceptance, advising, and course scheduling, may be directed to Lourdes Andrade (she/her) at