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Fall 2011 Faculty Advising Seminar. Jones College Admission Policy-Fall 2007. Minimum 30 hours of degree credits earned (excluding Learning Support and High School Deficiencies) Completion of high school deficiencies and learning support requirements

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Fall 2011 faculty advising seminar

Fall 2011Faculty Advising Seminar

Jones college admission policy fall 2007
Jones CollegeAdmission Policy-Fall 2007

  • Minimum 30 hours of degree credits earned (excluding Learning Support and High School Deficiencies)

  • Completion of high school deficiencies and learning support requirements

  • Cumulative GPA of 2.250 on all college level course-work

  • A 2.000 average among these four designated pre-business courses (going to 2.25 for Fall 2012):

    ACTG 2110

    ECON 2410

    ECON 2420

    QM 2610

Jones college admission policy
Jones CollegeAdmission Policy

  • Students tend to avoid taking the required MATH 1630 or 1810 which may delay admission

  • One of these Math classes must be taken prior to QM 2610

  • A college-level MATH course is a required prerequisite to ACTG 2110

Jones college graduation requirements fall 2007
Jones CollegeGraduation Requirements (Fall 2007---)

  • 2.00- GPA

  • 2.00- Major

  • 2.00- Minor

  • 2.00- Best 42 upper-division hours

  • 2.00- Jones College core (ACTG, BCEN, ECON, FIN, INFS, MGMT, MKT and QM courses)

  • 60 Senior College Hours

  • Watch those with community college work—make sure they will have the Senior College hours

Admission policy 2011 2012 upper division form
Admission Policy-2011-2012 Upper-Division Form

Name change
Name Change

  • Academic Enrichment is now LEARNING SUPPORT

  • ACT/SAT sub-scores now determines if a student needs additional testing to determine if placement in prescribed courses is required


  • Available on-line at: http://catalog.mtsu.edu/

Priority registration
Priority Registration

  • Registration Begins on November 14th and continues through November 23rd

  • New Transfer Students register beginning November 28th

    Peak Registration Days

  • Nov. 14- Graduate

  • Nov. 15- 160 hours to 102 hours

  • Nov. 16- 101.99 hours to 68 hours

  • Nov. 17- 67.99 hours to 34 hours

Immunization hold
Immunization Hold

  • Due to state requirements new students entering the university Fall 2011 are required to have two doses of the Varicella Vaccine (Chicken Pox) in addition to MMR

  • Students were allowed to sign an extension form in order to register for 12 or more hours

  • For those who signed the extension: Vaccination and/or proof of immunity is required by Nov. 4

  • Those who do not provide proof by Nov. 4 will have a hold placed on their registration for Spring 2012

Degree audit
Degree Audit

  • Is available for students

  • You may use this feature to determine whether or not substitutions are needed

  • You may use this feature to determine whether or not a student has filed an Intent to Graduate

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Degree Audit

  • Questions?

  • Examples of advisees

Us history requirement
US History Requirement

  • History

    • In accordance with the revision of the state law MTSU will accept any transfer course that met that student’s General Education requirement for HISTORY

    • If the transfer institution did not have a History category then a combination of History courses may satisfy

    • Only applies to TRANSFER students

      • TBR, UT, private and out of state public and private institutions

    • Contact Ann Reaves at [email protected]

      • The appropriate adjustment will be made to the students Degree Evaluation

Online advising via skype
Online Advising via Skype

  • Available October 25th

  • Instructions for a Skype appointment available at :


Universal transfer path utp
Universal Transfer Path (UTP)

  • UTPs are binding agreements which we must honor

  • MTSU faculty representatives met with other TBR/UT personnel to develop the Transfer Paths

  • Paths were developed for Accounting, Business Administration, Economics (BBA & BS) and Computer Information Systems

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Universal Transfer Path (UTP)

  • Technical Systems is working on coding for Transcripts or under Test Scores to identify students who graduated under UTP

  • Community Colleges now operating under common numbering

  • Elimination of QM 2610 from some CC curriculum- will only teach MATH 1530 (Applied Statistics)

Universal transfer paths utp
Universal Transfer Paths (UTP)

  • Due to separate General Education criteria and specific UTP course requirements the upper-division forms for these students are going to be altered

  • There are still questions for which we do not have answers. Those have been submitted to TBR

  • I have customized upper-division forms for these majors that you may use.