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1 Tools for Success Jones College of Business Student Handbook (online) Registration Guide (Twice a year) Undergraduate Catalog (online) Advisors Calendar or Planner Fun!

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3 Let’s Talk Technical Upper Division Form – Your 4 year plan Registration – Your 1 semester plan & prep for lab tomorrow morning Important Dates

4 Admission to Jones College of Business Minimum of 30 semester hours of degree credits Completion of all high school deficiency requirements Completion of all learning support courses Cumulative GPA of on all college-level coursework A average among these 4 designated pre-business courses: (Jones College will follow the MTSU repeat policy) ACTG 2110 QM 2610 ECON 2410 ECON 2420

5 Upper Division Form – 4 year plan General Education, First Two Years Business Core Major Courses, Last Two Years Major (front) Minor (back) Courses Required Hours Required If we have received your AP scores or Dual enrollment courses, your credits will be listed in the Grade column Your graduation requirements and minor are on the back

6 One Semester Plan – Selecting your Fall Schedule You may not recognize these classes! Course descriptions are in your packet. Your suggested list of courses with alternate choices are listed here. If you see “REQUIRED” next to a course – that course must be in your fall schedule. To pick a specific HIST, SOC/BEH, NAT. SCI or HUM/FA course, look at the matching colors in the blocks above. General Education categories and their courses. Honors Eligible

7 Selecting Your Courses General Education for Business Majors If you plan to be a fulltime student, please select 4 or 5 courses from the General Education category. Do not select more than 1 course per General Education category unless indicated for the upcoming semester. Communication (9 hours) Select 1 or 2 courses: History (6 hours) Select 1 course: ENGL 1010, COMM 2200 ENGL 1020: cannot take until ENGL 1010 is complete HIST 2010, HIST 2020, HIST 2030 Humanities and/or Fine Arts (6 hours) Select 1 or 2 courses: must be from different subject areas Social/Behavioral Sciences (3 hours) Select 1 course: ANTH 2210, ART 1030, ART 1910, ART 1920, DANC 1000, HIST 1010, HIST 1020, HIST 1110, HIST 1120, MUS 1030, PHIL 1030, THEA 1030 AAS 2100, ANTH 2010, EMC/JOUR/RIM 1020, GEOG 2000, GS 2010, HLTH 1530/1531, PS 1005, PS 1010, PSY 1410, SOC 1010, SOC 2010, WGST 2100 Humanities and/or Fine Arts (3 hours) Select 1 course after completing ENGL 1010 and 1020: Social/Behavioral Sciences (3 hours) Business majors must take the following course: ENGL 2020, ENGL 2030, HUM 2610 ECON 2410 Natural Sciences (8 hours) Select 1 course with lab: 2 nd course must be from a different subject area Mathematics (3 hours) Select 1 course: ACTG majors must select MATH 1630 ASTR 1030/1031, BIOL 1030/1031, BIOL 1110/1111, BIOL 2010/2011, BIOL 2020/2021, CHEM 1010/1011, CHEM 1030/1031, CHEM 1110/1111, GEOL 1030/1031, GEOL 1040/1041, PHYS 1110, PHYS 2010/2011, PHYS 2110/2111, PSCI 1030/1031, PSCI 1130/1131 MATH 1630, MATH 1810 Math 1630 requires 2 years of high school algebra and MATH ACT greater than 25 (may need MATH College Algebra first). MATH 1710 can be used as a Non- Business Elective. A list of suggested courses with alternates is listed on your sheet

8 General Education Course Descriptions *You have course descriptions in your packets*

9 Raider Learning Communities Raider Learning Communities These are courses that are linked together and share a common cohort of students Made up of either 2 (Learning Communities) or 4 classes called BLOCKS There are many RLCs but these are designed for business students: ECON 2410 MWF 9:10-10:05 AM MATH 1630 MWF 10:20-11:15 AM BLOCK 18: 10 SEATS AVAILABLE ENGL 1010TR1:00-2:25 PM COMM 2200TR11:20-12:45 PM MATH 1710MWF10:20-11:15 AM ECON 2410TR8:00-9:25 AM If you are interested in a block schedule (B in section #) speak with Amie Donahue

10 May Need Permit Section Number Course Reference Number Open Sections List Open Sections List

11 Full-time vs. Part-time hours is full-time hours is average load if you want to graduate in 4 years <12 hours is part-time Meeting Days – missing classes may impact your Financial Aid MWF = Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 55 minute classes, i.e., 9:10-10:05 MW = Monday and Wednesday MW = Monday and Wednesday 1 hour 25 minutes, i.e., 2:20-3:45 TR = Tuesday and Thursday 1 hour 25 minutes, i.e., 9:40-11:05 TR = Tuesday and Thursday 1 hour 25 minutes, i.e., 9:40-11:05 Scheduling Suggestions

12 uSign into PipelineMT uClick on RaiderNet uClick on Student uClick on Registration uClick on Assigned Advisor(s) or Assigned Registration Time Assigned Advisor & Registration Time

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14 uMust have a minimum ACT score of 25 and a minimum high school GPA of 3.5 uRetention in the Honors program is a cumulative GPA of 3.25 uHonors courses will have “Honors” in the title and the section number begins with H University Honors Admission Requirements

15 uAll coursework can be completed online, but this is NOT a Business Program. uThese courses require extra tuition and fees in addition to the MTSU fee structure. uThe section number is R50. Regents Online Degree Program

16 uInterested in France? uSome general education courses will be offered next summer 2007 in Cherbourg, France uFor more information contact: Dr. Anne T. Sloan (615) Study Abroad Opportunities 2007

17 Advanced Placement (AP) Credit Score required: 3 or above Refer to page 33 of the Undergraduate Catalog for additional Information To have scores sent call CALL 4 AP

18 2.00 for the current term or quality hours = 1.50 cumulative GPA quality hours = 1.80 cumulative GPA 50 or more quality hours = 2.00 cumulative GPA Retention Standards

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20 One-Semester Extension of Vaccines

21  What Building are we in? The Business and Aerospace Building  I do not have to check my campus . False  My professor will remind me when projects are due. False  My college class schedule will be similar to my high school schedule. False  You can take Principles of Marketing your Freshman year. False

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25 What does that mean? H – Honors B – Block Schedule– See AMIE if interested L – Raider Learning Community V – Veteran I – International Students Only K - Prescribed (only for those that placed) D – MTSU Distance Learning (online, hybrid, correspondence) R50 – RODP course (online – need permit) DP – Departmental Permission Required CO – Corequisite CRN – Course Reference Number EXL – Experiential Learning (hands-on)


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