Presentation on theme: "College of Engineering and Applied Science. Civil & Architectural Engineering Chemical & Petroleum Engineering Electrical & Computer Engineering Mechanical."— Presentation transcript:
College of Engineering and Applied Science
Civil & Architectural Engineering Chemical & Petroleum Engineering Electrical & Computer Engineering Mechanical Engineering (includes Energy Systems Engineering Computer Science Atmospheric Science (graduate only) Departments in the College **ALL programs are ABET Accredited
Engineers Without Borders And other affiliated organizations
Internships Not Required 80% complete at least one Sophomore or junior year Paid, usually summer Career Services – Job Fair College Coordinators
Parent Handbook Computer Recommendations Students – These links are in the advising packet you’ll receive tomorrow!
Academic Resources TBPi and UPE tutoring Faculty Advisor Department Staff STEP - Resident Assistant/Teaching Assistants CEAS Center for Student Services Early Alert Mid-Term Grades
What Happens at Advising? Basics of curriculum Major Requirements USP Pre-requisites Previous Credit (AP, IB, Concurrent Enrollment) Build a schedule and REGISTER! How to use WyoWeb How many hours??? Resources NOT assigned to an advisor (yet…) BRING EVERYTHING – including a pen!
More about Pre-reqs & Prior Credit Calculus (MATH 2200) Prerequisites: ACT Math ≥ 27 College Algebra & Trig (MATH 1450 or 1405) Math Placement Exam AP Calculus AB & BC are accepted for credit Score of 3 or higher MUST send official scores Will not serve as pre-req if score is <3 NEVER, EVER, EVER WAIVED!!!
And still more about Pre-reqs Science courses with math pre-requisites Chemistry, Biology, Physics ALL ES (Engineering Science) courses EXCEPT ES 1000 have pre-requisites Most USP courses do not have pre-requisites
ES 1000 Freshman Seminar Meets 1 st half of the semester Transition Advisor Interview Job Fair Design Challenge (group project) ALL CEAS students take their first semester
Power Groups Power Group = 10 students with common first- semester schedule Objectives Build relationships quickly Form study groups Support system Available for Algebra/Trig and Calculus placements (Math 1450, 1405, 2200) Participation is optional – no enforced bonding Easy scheduling!
Power Groups Only one substitution is permitted – ONLY if you have prior credit Ex: Replace MATH 2200 with MATH 2205 OR Replace ENGL 1010 with HP 1020 More than one substitution means you must build your own schedule You may add additional courses Ex: Add MUSC 1370 But it may not work!
Power Groups Sign up today, have a schedule tomorrow You MUST still attend tomorrow’s advising session
College of Engineering and Applied Science Thank you! Laurie Bonini