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Group Advising Fall 2010. Less Than 60 Credits. Registration Dates. *Credit total includes all transferred credits + credits earned as of registration date. Fall 2010 credits enrolled in DO NOT count. Registration. Temple’s Registration process Finding courses – TUcourses

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Group advising fall 2010

Group AdvisingFall 2010

Less Than 60 Credits


Registration dates

Registration Dates

*Credit total includes all transferred credits + credits earned as of registration date.

Fall 2010 credits enrolled in DO NOT count


Registration

Registration

  • Temple’s Registration process

  • Finding courses – TUcourses

  • STHM Course Waiting List


Courses to register for in spring

Courses to Register for in Spring

  • 1st semester Freshmen – spring courses

    • Leadership (1114)

    • Intro Class (1211 or 1311)

    • 3 Gen Ed classes

      • If you are in ENG 701 or MAT 701 this fall – take the next level of ENG or MAT (GW / GQ)

  • By the end of Sophomore Year:

    • All 1000 level STHM courses

    • 2112, 2114

    • All Gen Ed courses

    • Two Fox courses


Summer 2011 courses

Summer 2011 courses

  • 2112 – Sophomore Research

  • 3111 – Program and Special Event Planning

  • 3213 – Budget & Finance in Sport and Rec

  • 3313 – Financial Issues in Tourism & Hosp

  • Also, there will be a THM Gen Ed course offered

    • Sport and Rec majors should NOT register for this course as it is closely related to Intro to Sport and thus cannot be taken


Dars the official record of your degree

DARS: The official record of your degree

  • This is the record used for graduation clearances so if something does not show as complete, you cannot be cleared to graduate

  • Should be referred to TWICE every semester.

    • After you register, check your DARS the next day to be sure the courses you chose to fulfill Core or Gen Ed are showing as RG under that requirement

    • After grades are posted

      • When a requirement is NOT complete, it looks like this:

        X ~ CORE-AR (CORE REQUIREMENT FOR THE ARTS)

      • When a requirement IS complete, it looks like this:

        • ~ CORESA1 FIRST LEVEL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY COURSES (SA)

  • If you think you completed a requirement and it is showing as incomplete, you can talk to an advisor or email [email protected]


  • Progress toward your degree

    Progress Toward Your Degree

    • 1.67: Must earn C- (1.67) or better in all required courses…

      • University Gen Ed or Core

      • STHM

      • Fox courses

      • Minors and certificates

    • 2.0: Must earn…

      • Every semester (otherwise will be placed on Academic Warning)

      • Cumulative (otherwise will be placed on Academic Probation)

      • In the major and Cumulative to graduate


    Progress toward your degree1

    Progress Toward Your Degree

    • Academic and Financial Impact of Repeating courses

      • Can only earn the credits for a course ONE time

      • The lowest grade earned in a course is NOT counted in cumulative GPA (but still appears on the transcript)

      • Financial Aid: students must make “credit progress.”

    • Students who need to repeat a course should see

      • Advisor to discuss impact on your progress/academic standing

      • Student Financial Services to discuss possible financial aid impact


    Curriculum rules

    Curriculum Rules

    • Gen Ed

    • Gen Ed – Transfer Students

    • No more than TWO classes in one department

    • Two Writing Intensive courses: THM 3196 and another course (ENG 2596 strongly recommended)

    • World Society (GG): An approved summer or semester study abroad program will satisfy the World Society requirement. Consult an academic advisor for more information.

    • Core

    • International Studies (IS): Students may substitute courses taken in an approved study abroad experience for one or both


    Minors certificates

    Minors & Certificates

    • Use Free Electives strategically

    • Minors & Certificates – can be…

      • Connected to career goals to enhance marketability if chosen strategically

        • Recommended: General Business Minor, MIS Certificate, Language minors, GUS

      • Connected to personal areas of interest and be focused on any subject (art, history, philosophy, music, etc…)

    • Exploring all of the options: Undergraduate Bulletin

    • To declare – refer to departmental website and/or advising office for form/procedure


    Study abroad

    Study Abroad

    • When

      • For 2010 freshmen: best semester to study abroad is fall of sophomore year.

      • For all students: Summer any year

      • If studying abroad any other semester, consult with advisor when planning!

    • Research study abroad opportunities: International Programs website or external programs

    • Complete requirements (inquire about this with an STHM advisor)

      • When a student studies abroad and successfully completes credits:

        • An approved summer or semester study abroad program can satisfy the Gen Ed World Society or Core International Studies requirement

    • Transcripts necessary!

      • If you go to a non-Temple study abroad program. Make sure you read and understand how to do this, and policies governing


    Industry hours

    Industry Hours

    • Goals

      • Build your resume

      • Make contacts, create networks

      • Gain diverse experience

    • Accumulating

      • 250+ hours of experience

      • Volunteer, Paid, Internship I after exceeding 180 hours

    • Documenting

      • Letter

      • Reaction

      • Visuals

    • Organizing

      • Before THM 4112, Senior Seminar, will turn in binder.

      • Begin getting letters and writing about your experiences now – store in one place!


    Graduation plan workshops

    Graduation Plan Workshops

    Speakman 108, Conference Room

    • Friday, October 15th, 3:00 – 4:00 PM

    • Friday, November 12th, 9:00 – 10:00 AM

      • Understanding your DARS

      • Understanding Curricular requirements

      • Making a graduation plan

        Register:

        http://express0.targetx.com/event/php/event_upcoming_events.php?list_id=0012001061


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