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Electronic Form 48 Instructions. Planned Academic Program What You Need Rules How to fill out the Electronic Form 48. Fall 2013. What You Need. Electronic AF Form 48 ( Det Website) http://afrotc.tamu.edu Current Cadets  Resources Holm Center Forms/IMTs

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electronic form 48 instructions
Electronic Form 48 Instructions

Planned Academic Program

  • What You Need
  • Rules
  • How to fill out the Electronic Form 48

Fall 2013

what you need
What You Need
  • Electronic AF Form 48 (Det Website)

http://afrotc.tamu.edu

Current Cadets  Resources Holm Center Forms/IMTs

  • TAMU Undergraduate Course Catalog

http://catalog.tamu.edu/

  • The list of Aerospace Science classes (slide 8)
  • A list of any credit you have previously obtained to include AP, CLEP, Community College, or other institution transfer credits
rules
Rules
  • Include ALL 4 years of AERS classes
  • Include ALL the classes you need to obtain your degree
  • Include a summer block for EVERY summerEVEN IF THERE WILL BE NO CLASSES TAKEN
  • Project a realisticplan for completion of your degree (i.e. any more than 15 hours per semester is most likely NOT realistic)

- IF IN DOUBT, SEE YOUR INSTRUCTOR!!!

how to fill out an e form 48
How to fill out an E-Form 48
  • On your computer, fill out Blocks 1, 3 and 5 on the FIRST page of the form
e form 48 labeling terms
E-Form 48 – Labeling Terms
  • Fill in your name at the top of each sheet
  • Fill in TERM blocks sequentially: Fall, Spring THEN Summer (ALL SUMMERS) & YEAR above each semester block in sequential order
e form 48 aers classes
E-Form 48 – AERS Classes
  • Fill in the Course Number (AERS###), Course Title and Credit hours (1 or 3) for all Aerospace Science classes in the appropriate term/year even if you do not desire a commission
    • Enter the words “FIELD TRAINING” in the summer between your sophomore and junior year
    • IF you will take more than 4 years to graduate, you WILL NOT take any more classroom classes, but WILL still participate in Lead Lab (AERS 105/106 for Fall/Spring terms) during your 5th year
slide10

Continue with AERS Classes until your projected graduation date. Remember that if you go beyond 4 years, you will still take Leadership Lab (AERS105-Fall, AERS106-Spring)

e form 48 id ing credit
E-Form 48 – ID’ing Credit
  • From your TAMU Undergraduate Course Catalog, find the section that tells you what classes you need to take to complete your degree
  • Make a list of previously obtained credit, determine which courses you will NOThave to take and notate that beside the course
  • AERS Upper-Level course credit:for most majors, AERS 303, 304, 403 & 404 count for HIST 105 OR HIST 106 PLUS POLS 206 OR POLS 207 (1 of each, 6 credits total) - Page 26 in 2013-2014 Catalog
    • Include these credits in your plan. Some departments count these classes towards other electives as well.
    • If you brought in both History or both POLS classes, your AERS classes could count for additional electives/Core classes – ASK YOUR ADVISOR
slide12

HS AP English

MATH CLEP test

EXAMPLE

e form 48 planning classes
E-Form 48 –Planning Classes
  • Map out in your course catalog degree plan what classes you would like to take in which semester

IMPORTANT things to consider:

  • Some classes have prerequisites, make sure you DO NOT schedule a class before its prerequisites
  • If you struggle with a subject, DO NOT load your semester with classes in that subject
  • You don’t HAVE to follow the suggested plan, put your career together in a way that is best for you
  • DO NOT be unrealistic…more than 15 hours in any semester could be setting yourself up for failure
  • You DO NOT have to choose exact classes for upper level electives; entering “Technical Elective” and credit is acceptable
slide14

HS AP English

Fall ‘08

Spring ‘09

Fall ‘08

Spring ‘09

Fall ‘08

Spring ‘09

MATH CLEP test

Fall ‘08

EXAMPLE

e form 48 completing course info
E-Form 48 – Completing Course Info
  • Once every class has an assigned semester, fill the Course Number, TitleandCredit Hoursfor each class
    • Add additional semesters if you can’t finish degree in four years
    • Include summer courses you plan to take, even if they will be completed at a different university (put course #you’re getting credit for)
    • If your plan is more than 4 years, include Lead Lab (AERS 105/106) on your 5th year schedule (1 credit hour)
  • Total the hours for each semester in the “Total Credit Hours Attempted” box at the bottom of each semester block – Form does this automatically but double check
e form 48 remarks
E-Form 48 - Remarks
  • Complete “REMARKS” section with the following info:
    • List any additional classes that DO NOT fit in the semester block
    • List the classes for which you have previously obtained credit
      • TRANSFER CREDIT
      • AP TEST CREDIT
      • DUAL CREDIT
e form 48 approval
E-Form 48 - Approval
  • Take completed Form 48 to your department academic advisor for review, approval and signatures in the following places:
    • Block 4 on the first page
    • Up to AND INCLUDING CURRENT Semester’s Advisor Signature Block ONLY – NO FURTHER
  • Sign your name in your box under Block 5 on the first page
    • DO NOT Sign in each semester’s block, this will be accomplished with your instructor
  • This assignment is complete when Steps 1-13 are done and you turn the form in to your instructor
e form 48 key points
E-Form 48 – Key Points
  • DO NOT Sign block 6
  • Include summer semesters AND Field Training
  • Upper Level AERS credit:

HIST 105 or 106 PLUS POLS 206 or 207

  • 5th Year: include Leadership Laboratory
  • Academic Advisors sign NO FURTHER than current semester
  • Take pride in your work – format correctly (font size, alignment, spelling, grid completeness, etc.)
  • If you are in a SAF-approved 5 year major, project a realistic degree plan, use 4.5-5 years
  • Reminder: AF Scholarship does not pay for Summer classes