Viterbi Undergraduate Advising
Petition & Registration Forms
As an engineering student, you may find that you need to submit a petition or registration form. The forms below are facilitated through DocuSign. To access the form, please click on the title of the form. A description of the form may be offered immediately below the link.
Please note that all students are expected to consult with their academic advisor prior to completing and submitting a petition or registration form. All students are required to submit a statement with the petition form in DocuSign. All Viterbi students are expected to follow their major and general education requirements as outlined in the USC Catalogue.
Prior to submitting this form, students must work directly with their professor. Once the form is approved by the professor, please contact your academic advisor to confirm receipt of the form.
The Exception to Residency form is considered only under extenuating circumstances. For any questions, please contact your assigned advisor.
The General Petition forms above can be used for the following types of exceptions:
- To count course units for which the degree limit is already met
- To count course taken out of sequence for unit and grade point credit
- To repeat a course for grade point credit
- To count course as non-repetitious for subject, unit and grade point credit
- Other reason (must be stated)
If the course is offered through the Viterbi School of Engineering, please use the General Petition (Viterbi Course) form. If the course is offered outside of Viterbi, then please use the General Petition (USC, Non-Viterbi Course). If you have any questions about the type of course, please consult with your assigned academic advisor.
Students must consult with their academic advisor prior to submitting the Graduate Course for Undergraduate Credit form. Also, please note that a statement is required in order to process the petition.
For any questions or concerns, please contact the Viterbi Academic Services team at email@example.com.
Published on December 17th, 2020
Last updated on November 21st, 2022