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ISYE FRESHMAN ADVISEMENT FALL 2014. Our goal is to provide a supportive environment and a platform for you to foster self- understanding and self-acceptance.

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1 ISYE FRESHMAN ADVISEMENT FALL 2014

2 Our goal is to provide a supportive environment and a platform for you to foster self- understanding and self-acceptance throughout your experience at Georgia Tech. We area available to: Help students create long term schedules Mentor students personally and academically Assist students in identifying educational plans Help students understand policies, procedures, and programs Guide students to the available resources Promote:  Self-starters  Independence  High retention rate  Well being Our Responsibility as Advisors Stacey Gangloff: A-L Fran Buser: M-Z 2

3 Take ownership of your education Check your Georgia Tech EVERY DAY Come to mandatory advisement sessions/appointments Research and utilize available resources  Know ISYE registration procedures, policies and deadlines  Check Degree Works at least once a semester  Know the curriculum requirements Seek guidance when you need it, BEFORE deadlines Use common courtesy and respect Your Responsibility as a Student 3

4 Annual Academic Advising Meetings Sophomore (30-60 credits): Group Advising Session: REQUIRED Individual Advisement Appointment: RECOMMENDED Juniors (61-90 credits): Individual Advisement Appointment: REQUIRED Individual Career Appointment: REQUIRED Seniors (91+ credits): Degree Works Workshop: RECOMMENDED Individual Appointment: Strongly RECOMMENDED Penalty for not fulfilling Mandatory Meetings: A hold will be placed on your registration during Phase II and will not be lifted until the final 4 days of registration. 4

5 HOW TO REACH US 5

6 We encourage you to make an appointment with us through our appointment website: https://schedule.advising.gatech.edu/ * To make an appointment, please do not Make an Appointment 6

7 Walk-In Thursdays Hours: 9:30-11:30am 1:30-3:30pm Use walk-in hours when you have quick advising questions or when you are not able to get on our schedule. Location: Academic Office, Groseclose Building 7

8 an Advisor Stacey Gangloff (A-L) Fran Buser (M-Z) 8

9 MAKING THE MOST OF YOUR DEGREE Academic Assistance Clubs/ Leadership Minors Work Study Abroad Undergraduate Research 9

10 Academic Assistance Center for Academic Success: Clough Tutoring (Must make appointment)  ISYE, math, engineering electives, physics, psychology, Spanish PLUS Sessions  CALC, differential equations, ISYE 2027, physics Learning assistance program (LAP) in residence halls OMED educational services Communication Center: Clough 447 Written projects Lab reports Individual and group presentations Resumes and cover letters Appointments and walk-ins accepted 10

11 Clubs/Leadership IIE: Institute Of Industrial Engineers; Student Chapter GT Alpha Pi Mu: ISyE Honor Society (invitation only) Hundreds Of Organizations on campus: Campus Recreation Sports Clubs: 11

12 Minors Many ISyE students choose to minor in another discipline Typically credit hours You cannot count a course as both a minor requirement and a major requirement (only exception is free elective hours) Popular minors:  Computer science  Engineering and Business  Economics  Foreign language Popular Certificate: Finance 12

13 Work Experience Co-Op vs Internship Work Abroad: Where to get career advice: C2D2: Center for Career Discovery and Development,  Location: Bill Moore Student Success Center  Log onto Career Buzz: https://gatech-csm.symplicity.com/students/  Begin with online orientation Karen Houston: Career Development Advisor,  Walk-in hours in ISYE Academic Office: Thursdays 1:30-3:30  Can also schedule to meet her at C2D2 office Career advisors: Mandatory meeting junior year, optional other years  Make an appointment with them through the GT scheduler: https://schedule.advising.gatech.edu/  Andrea Laliberte (A-L)  Ron Johnson (M-Z) 13

14 Study Abroad ISYE popular/ programs: GT Lorraine Beijing-Singapore program International Plan Designation: Other study abroad/exchange programs (not ISyE specific): Final 36 credit hours must be taken at Georgia Tech (or program affiliated school) Study Abroad Fair: October 2nd 14

15 Undergraduate Research Independent research working with a professor  Possible fellowship or scholarship opportunities The Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship Program SURE: The Summer Undergraduate Research in Engineering/Science Program at GT Women, Science, and Technology ….and more! 15

16 IN ADDITION, SUCCESSFUL STUDENTS…. Display professionalism Plan ahead Treat school like a professional job Use library as a resource Go to office hours 16

17 HOW TO PREPARE FOR SPRING

18 Look Up Curriculum Requirements on ISyE Website 18

19 Curriculum Rules To Know To Graduate: Must complete all of the following components:  Global Perspective (ex: INTA 2100)  Environmental Requirement (ex: EAS 1600)  Board of Regents Social Science (ex: HIST 2111)  Ethics (You will have this completed through Psyc 1101) Must have a C or better in any Math Course (ex MATH 2401) Must complete 9 engineering elective credits  Six credits must be from page 1  Three credits can be from page 1 or page 2  See here: You are encouraged to declare your concentration Junior year 19

20 Curriculum Rules To Know (Cont) CS 1301: Take in spring if possible “Freshman Forgiveness”- Grade Substitution: Do Not take courses designated as “too similar” Pass/Fail: 20

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22 Review Your Flow Chart Found on ISYE website: ademics/undergraduate/cours es/ 22

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24 Concentration NameConcentration DEPTH classesConcentration BREADTH classes (A) Supply Chain Engineering A Logistics A Manufacturing A3. One of: a Adv Logistics* b Adv Manufacturing* Three courses take from the [DEPTH] of at least two concentrations (B), (C), and (D) (B) Quality and Statistics B Quality Control B Regression & Forecasting B3. One of: a. CS 4641 Machine Learning b. Math 4262 Three courses take from the [DEPTH] of at least two concentrations (A), (C), and (D) (C) Economic and Financial Systems C Supply Chain Economics C Capital Investment Analysis C3. One of: a. Econ 3150 Econ & Fin Mod b. Mgt 3078 Fin & Investments c. Econ 4340 Industrial Organization d. Econ 4350 Intl Econ Three courses take from the [DEPTH] of at least two concentrations (A), (B), and (D) (D) Operations Research D Adv Optimization* D Adv Simulation** D Adv Stochastics* Three courses take from the [DEPTH] of at least two concentrations (A), (B), and (C) (E) General ISyE One of: a.4111 Adv Logistics* b.4803 Adv Manufacturing* c.4311 Capital Investment Analysis* d.4133 Adv Optimization* e.4232 Adv Stochastics* E Logistics E Manufacturing E Quality Control E Reg & Forecast* E Supply Chain Economics * Graduate Course Option: Please see: Undergraduate students taking graduate-level courses and NOT applying course(s) toward Masters must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0. Allowable substitutions are: ISyE 6203 for Advanced Logistics, ISyE 6201 or ISyE 6202 for Advanced Manufacturing, ISyE 6669 for Advanced Optimization, ISyE 6644 for Advanced Simulation, ISyE 6650 for Advanced Stochastics, ISyE 6225 for Advanced EDA, and ISyE 6414 for Regression and Forecasting. Math 3012 Applied Combinatorics as the third OR Concentration depth class. The Associate Chair for Undergraduate Programs may allow additional substitutions as appropriate. ISyE 4009 Human-Integrated system may be used as an Breadth Elective in any concentration. We do not offer the course but students can take the course elsewhere to transfer back. ISyE Requirements (all concentrations) ISyE 2027 Probability ISyE 2028 Statistics ISyE 3025 Eng Economy ISyE 3044 Simulation ISyE 3133 Eng Optimization ISyE 3232 Stoch Mfg & Svc Sys ISyE 4106 Senior Design 24

25 REVIEW YOUR DEGREE WORKS Found on Buzzport: https://buzzport.g atech.edu/cp/ho me/displaylogin 25

26 Degree Works Errors?  Let your advisor know 26

27 REGISTRATION 27

28 Important Registration Dates October 10 th  Individual Course Withdrawal Deadline  Grade Mode Change Deadline October 16 th  Spring 2015 Course Schedule Available Online October 24 th  Receive Phase I Time Ticket 28

29 Important Registration Dates October 27 th - November 14 th  Phase I Registration December 19 th  Receive Phase II Time Ticket January 2 nd - January 9 th  Phase II Registration 29

30 Looking Up Spring 2015 Courses Oct 16 30

31 Courseoff https://gatech.courseoff.com/workspace 31

32 Time Tickets Time slot to register View your Time Ticket information by following the directions below: 1.Log into Buzzport 2.On the Home tab locate the "REGISTRATION AND STUDENT SERVICES" channel 3.Select the "Registration - OSCAR" link 4.Select "Student Services & Financial Aid" 5.Select "Registration" 6.Select "Term" 7.Select "Registration status" Oct 24 32

33 Check For Holds All holds MUST be cleared prior to registration: Campus departments can place a hold on your account that will prevent adding and dropping courses The hold can ONLY be removed by the department that administered the hold. The most common holds include those through:  your major school  housing  bursar  student health services Should look like this 33

34 Registration Procedure 1.Log into BuzzportBuzzport 2.On the Home tab locate the "REGISTRATION AND STUDENT SERVICES" channel 3.Select the "Registration - OSCAR" link 4.Select "Student Services & Financial Aid" 5.Select "Registration" 6.Select "Term" 7.Select "Add/Drop Classes" Oct 27 34

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36 Waitlists If the course has closed and reached full capacity, you must join the waitlist. Do not drop a course before you know that you are able to register for an alternate course:  Courses may appear to have a spot open when they do not. You must look to see if anyone is on the wait list. First come first served basis  Check your VERY often if you are on the wait list  You will have a 12 hour window of time to register for the course 36

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39 Dropping A Course Drop a course before the last day of Phase II registration to avoid receiving a “W” on your transcript. 39

40 Registration Errors Common Errors:  Major Restriction  Class Restriction  Closed Section  Closed- Waitlist Full  Time Conflict 40

41 SHOULD LOOK LIKE THIS 41

42 OTHER THINGS TO KNOW No advisement appointments during registration.  Use extended walk-in hours  Allow 24 hours for to be answered. For non-ISyE courses, see here for their rules: Be flexible with your schedule, have a Plan A and Plan B. 42

43 INDEX CARDS QUESTIONS 43


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