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Registration 101 Ce-Ce Furtner Stacey Dunderman Lauren Franks
Appointments – YOU NEED ONE! • Make sure you know who your advisor is…speak clearly – you can check this on MyPurdue • Call 765-494-1771 to make the appointment • Do NOT miss your appointment! • PIN numbers will not be given out without an appointment • Make appointment BEFORE your Registration Window opens
Registration Window – Your Time Ticket • Freshmen Registration is open November 23-midnight November 25 AND 8am November 30 through start of classes…BUT go by TIME TICKET • To check your Time Ticket (this is based on earned credit hours, not including fall semester hours): • go to the Academic Tab. Under the”Quick Links” on the left side go to Registration Status and pick Spring 2010 as the semester. • SOME of you may have earlier time tickets, if you have transfer or AP credit—please check!!!
Registration • Check for HOLDS • Register via computer – just like during STAR • ERROR messages • Links: check your links, something is incorrect • Time Conflict: you have another course at the same time – change one course. • Pre-req or test score error: contact advisor via e-mail • College or Major: contact advisor via e-mail • Classification: contact advisor via e-mail • For help during 8am-5pm (M-F) go to MATH 219.
College of Science Curriculum • https://www.science.purdue.edu/for-future-students/undergraduate-students/undergraduate-curriculum/1-undergraduate-curriculum • Lab Science • Choose one sequence • BIOL 110/111 • CHM 115/116 • EAS 111/112 • PHYS 172/272 or 220/221
College of Science Curriculum • Composition and Presentation • ENGL 106 or ENGL 108 Freshmen Composition • COM 217: Science Writing and Presentation
College of Science Curriculum • Teambuilding and Collaboration • TWO PARTS • Teamwork Principles • SCI 130: Teambuilding and Collaboration • 5 weeks, listed under GENERAL SCIENCE • Other options for completion: talk to advisor • Teamwork Experience • MUST HAVE TEAMWORK PRINCIPLES FIRST! • Course Based Options: CS 177, PHYS 172, EPICS with Approval • Other options for completion: talk to advisor
College of Science Curriculum General Education—9 credit hours as follows • 6 credit hours (2 courses) must be a “Sequence” • Sequences are related by content and may be the same Department, but are not required to be. • Not all courses in a Department are related by content. • These courses must come from the Humanities/Social Sciences area
General Education Sequence—Humanities/Social Science includes: Literature Philosophy History Political Science Psychology Communications Visual Performing Arts Music/Dance/Theater/Art & Design – NON STUDIO Classics Sociology Anthropology Interdisciplinary Studies
COLLEGE OF SCIENCE CURRICULUM General Education—remaining 3 hours as follows: May be from the Humanities/Social Sciences Area OR May be from Management— Approved courses in management, economics, or organizational behavior and resources management or ENTR 20000, ENTR 20100. NOTE: only ONE course of the 3 can be from the Management area!!!!!!!
Foreign Language/Culture LANGUAGE 101 course LANGUAGE 102 course LANGUAGE 201 course OR a Culture or Diversity course OR approved study abroad International Students should see advisor about this requirement!
Multidisciplinary • Multidisciplinary requirement may be fulfilled by: • Minors • Dual Majors • Certain Courses • Minor or Dual Major must include 9 hours not required for primary major
Great Issues • Pre-requisite is COM 217 • Great Issues combine science, technology, economics, social impact, and look at a current issue facing the world today such as: • Global Warning • Nuclear Material • Fossil Fuels • Biotechnology • Not a lab science course. It is a discussion course usually including a research paper. • Courses must be approved for this requirement!
Do you need to retake a course? • The course and grade is always on your transcript • When you retake the course, the new grade replaces the old grade IN THE GPA. • Replaces even if the newer grade is worse. • New credit is all that counts • Example: • FALL 2008 – ENGL 106 is a D with 4.0 credits • SPRING 2009 – ENGL 106 is a B with 4.0 credits • The B grade is calculated into your GPA and you get 4.0 credits for English.
Tips • Check Pre-requisites • Click on CRN and then Course Title to view pre-requisites • If you don’t meet pre-requisites after fall grades post (i.e. fail a pre-req course), remove yourself from the course before the Registrar cancels the course from your schedule
Exams coming up… • Foreign Language Placement Exams • November 11, 12, 13 in Stanley Coulter 231 at 6pm • Need a FORM 231 from advisor to take this exam • MA 165, 166, 261 exams or CHM 115 or CHM 116 exams • November 11 in Physics 114 at 6pm • Need a FORM 231 from advisor to take this exam • Need to pre-register for this exam • PHYS 172 or 272 • November 10 in Physics 176 at 6pm • Need a FORM 231 from advisor to take this exam • Need to pre-register for this exam
Newsletter • Are you getting one about every two weeks? • If not, let your advisor know • Are you reading it? • This is a MUST! • You will miss vital information.
Reminders • Use your Purdue e-mail account • Sign your full name to your e-mails • If you come to see your advisor, go to MATH 231 first to sign in!