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1 1 Advisors Meeting: Technological & Scientific

2 2 Objectives Fill out the registration worksheet. Designate registration locations for tomorrow.

3 3 Forms Change of Major Certificate of Dependency Registration Information Worksheet Course Selection Worksheet Homework Assignment

4 What Are Technological & Scientific Majors? 4 Geology Geophysics Industrial Distribution Mathematics Meteorology Physics Visualization (Generally identified as requiring at least one 4-hour calculus course) Biochemistry Biology (for research) Chemistry Computer Science Construction Science Engineering Genetics

5 5 University Core Curriculum Communication (6 credit hrs) Mathematics (6 credit hrs) Natural Sciences (8 credit hrs) Humanities (3 credit hrs) Visual and Performing Arts (3 credit hrs) Social and Behavioral Sciences (3 credit hrs) U.S. History (6 credit hrs) Political Science (6 credit hrs) International & Cultural Diversity (6 credit hrs)* * This requirement can be overlapped with other core requirements.

6 6 Registration Worksheet

7 7 Complete (in full) the Student Information and Future Major sections of the registration worksheet. Remember to write your first and last name. No nicknames, please!!

8 8 Registration Worksheet Please check off all credit by exam (AP, CLEP, etc.) and/or college credit that you have earned or attempted. Failure to report previously earned credit is an act of academic dishonesty. Once you have completed the front page of the registration worksheet, please double check that all information is accurate before signing your name.

9 9 Credit by Exam & Course Equivalencies

10 10 1. Communication If you checked any of the English Composition courses on page 1, cross out this item. If you did not check any of the English Composition courses on the previous page, ENGL 104 will be your communications option.

11 11 2. Mathematics Select the appropriate math. –If you have any Calculus credit: consult with an advisor. –Math Placement Exam (MPE) 22 : o MATH 151 is Calculus for Engineers o Math 171 is Calculus for Technical Science –MPE < 22: Refer to Math Decision handout –MPE < 10: Consult with an advisor for options NOTE: Advisors may drop a math course from a students schedule if he/she has not taken the online math assessment. Please go to to access the test.http://mathassessment.tamu.edu

12 12 3. US History and Political Science History: –If you checked any of the U.S. History boxes, cross out the History (HIST) courses under this item. –If you did not check any of these boxes, HIST 105, 106, or 226 will be your History options.

13 13 3. US History and Political Science Political Science: –If you checked any of the Government courses, cross out the Political Science (POLS) courses under this item. –If you did not check any of these courses, POLS 206 & 207 will be your Political Science options. NOTE: When you register, sign up for only one class from the US History and Political Science category.

14 14 4. Science If you checked one of the science courses on page 1 (ex. Chemistry, Biology, Physics, etc.), consult with an advisor. If you did not check any of the science courses, the science courses listed under your intended major will be choices for your science credit. –Remember to only choose 1 from the list when you register! –PHYS 218- Prerequisite: MATH 151 or 171 or registration therein.

15 15 5. Social Science If you checked one of the social science courses on page 1 (ex. Economics, Psychology, or Sociology), consult with an advisor. If you did not check any of the social science courses, any of the courses listed will be options for your social science credit. –Remember to only choose 1 from the list when you register!

16 16 6. Humanities Applied Math, Math, and Engineering… skip this item! All other technical and scientific majors refer to your options on the Course Selection worksheet.

17 17 7. Visual & Performing Arts Any of the courses listed under this item will be options for your Visual & Performing Arts credit. Remember to only choose 1 from the list when you register!

18 18 8. Physical Education KINE 198 & 199 will be your Physical Education options. –Athletes: You will receive credit for Kine 199. –Aggie Band: You must sign up for KINE Do not sign up for 8 a.m. classes!

19 19 9. Additional Courses UGST 181 (1 hr): First year seminar classes. STLC 101 (2 hrs): Study skills course. MGMT 105 (3 hrs): Introduction to Business - elective credit. ISEN 101 (1 hr): Intro. to Industrial Engineering. NUEN 101 (1 hr): Principles of Nuclear Engineering. COSC 253 (3 hrs): Construction Material & Methods I. Note: ENGR 111 and 112 open to Engineering majors ONLY, not General Studies. There are courses that will substitute for ENGR 111 and 112

20 Corps of Cadets Air Force ROTC Cadets: Take AERS 101 and 105. Army ROTC Cadets: Take MLSC 121. Navy/Marine ROTC Cadets: Take NVSC 101. Fightin Texas Aggie Band: Take KINE 199 – 596.

21 21 Additional Notes Change of major requirements. Engineering Student Services & Academic Programs. Good grades in four-hour Calculus I & II and Sciences at Texas A&M. –Make an A or B proceed to next math or science; C or less reconsider pursuing a technical major. –History of repeated or grade excluded courses might make a student less competitive for a technical major. Acceptance to Engineering majors is based on space availability- No guarantees.

22 Hours: Rm 105

23 23 Registration Session Tomorrow, students only (GAP policy) will meet at their assigned location by 1:00pm to register for classes. No parents allowed in building. Overcrowding may pose a safety risk Important step in the development of your student Advisors will be available to answer any questions during registration.

24 24 Registration Session The Course Selection sheet that you complete will be your ticket to enter your assigned registration area. Students need to register at the specified locations.

25 25 Registration Session There will be an opportunity for students to adjust their schedule during open-registration starting Aug 26. –Check your balance any time that you adjust your schedule. –Adding and dropping classes will sometimes alter your balance. –Failure to pay your balance in full may result in classes being dropped.

26 26 FOCUS students and Student Athletes, go to the open access lab on the second floor of the Bright Football Complex. Registration Locations Kyle Field

27 27 Bright Football Complex – Nye Academic Center 2 nd Floor (students only) Registration Locations Kyle Field

28 28 All other General Studies students with <25 hours of credit, go to the first floor of the Student Computing Center. Registration Locations Student Computing Center You are here!

29 29 All other General Studies students with <25 hours of credit, go to the first floor of the Student Computing Center. Registration Locations Student Computing Center You are here!

30 30 Student Computing Center 1 st Floor (students only) Registration Locations You are here!

31 31Homework!! Practice logging on to the Howdy Portal (http://howdy.tamu.edu).http://howdy.tamu.edu Familiarize yourself with the My Record tab In the Learn About the MyRecord Tab box, look at all the tutorials –Class Search Best Practices –Registration Tips and Best Practices –View Holds/Blocks –Register (Add/Drop Classes) Prepare for registration 1.View any holds that may prevent your registration in the My Record tab 2.Search the Fall 2011 Course Schedule to check for available courses and determine restrictions 3.Record the CRNs of any you wish to register for tomorrow Take the Math Assessment Exam if you have not already done so (http://mathassessment.tamu.edu)

32 Looking for Classes Pick-a-Prof is not useful Select needed courses in favor of times, not professors Try for a balanced schedule It is usually not possible to avoid Friday classes Remember: you may be able to improve your schedule later

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37 37 Review Your Schedule Items of special interest are highlighted in red TBA W Total Credits =

38 38 General Academic Programs Thanks for attending our presentation! Hotard Hall

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41 41 Advising Location

42 42Engineering Core Curriculum ENGL 104 HIST 105 HIST 106 POLS 206 POLS 207 Visual & Performing Arts Social Science International Credits KINE 199 / 198 (Humanities for Engineering students = ENGR or PHIL 482, taken Junior year.) Calculus: MATH 151 or prerequisite math Advisor recommendation based on SAT/ACT Math scores and Math Placement Exam test scores (if available). Engineering Sciences: CHEM 107/117 Engr. Chemistry PHYS 218 Mechanics ENGR 111 and 112 open to Engineering majors ONLY, not General Studies. There are courses that will substitute for ENGR 111 and 112.

43 43 9. Additional Courses MGMT 105: Elective credit for those interested in business. UGST 181: First year seminar classes. AGLS 101: Intro. to Ag & Life Sciences. STLC 101: Study skills course. ISEN 101: Intro. to Industrial Engineering. NUEN 101: Principles of Nuclear Engineering.


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