Presentation on theme: "Fall 2009. Monday, October 19, 2009 - Students with 103 semester hours Tuesday, October 20, 2009 - Students with 93 semester hours Wednesday, October."— Presentation transcript:
Monday, October 19, 2009 - Students with 103 semester hours Tuesday, October 20, 2009 - Students with 93 semester hours Wednesday, October 21, 2009 - Students with 83 semester hours Thursday, October 22, 2009 - Students with 70 semester hours Friday, October 23, 2009 - Students with 62 semester hours Monday, October 26, 2009 - Students with 53 semester hours Tuesday, October 27, 2009 - Students with 36 semester hours Wednesday, October 28, 2009 - Students with 29 semester hours Thursday, October 29, 2009 - Students with 1 semester hours Friday, October 30, 2009 - Students with 0 semester hours
Temple’s Online Registration processOnline Registration process Finding courses – TUcourses or OWLnetTUcourses STHM Course Waiting ListWaiting List Any student with 12 or more credits is considered a fulltime student and charged as such. ◦ Fulltime students can take up to 17 credits
Pre-requisites and Co-requisites ◦ In general, students take all THM 1000 level courses then 2000, and so forth ◦ Must complete all 1000 & 2000 before Internship I (only THM courses, not University or Business 1000 and 2000 level!) ◦ Must take Capstone with Senior Seminar (4112) Note: Only students who began STHM after fall 2007 are required to take Capstone ◦ Must have Industry-related hours complete before taking Senior Seminar (4112) ◦ Internship II and Senior Project are taken in final semester (those are the only courses taken that term)
The Four Concentrations ◦ Leisure Management, Sport Management, Destination & Event Management, Hospitality Management Earning ◦ Two courses within the Concentration option AND a capstone (for those who need it), Internship II, and Senior Project related to the chosen concentration Declaring ◦ Must declare or it does not appear on the transcript http://sthm.temple.edu/current/minor.html http://sthm.temple.edu/current/minor.html
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Uses Free Electives strategically Appear on transcripts ◦ Minors and certificates appear on the transcript only if the student fulfilled all requirements and declared the minor or certificate. Please see the appropriate departmental website and/or the Undergraduate Bulletin for more! Can enhance marketability ◦ May be beneficial in pursuing a graduate degree and/or gaining a position you want
What do I want to do? Will this minor benefit me? How? Research Minors and Certificates in the Undergrad BulletinMinorsCertificates Additional information can be found on departmental websites Go to the department with any follow-up questions after you review. Must declare – On Departmental website or go to Department University regulations (from the Undergraduate Bulletin) Minimum grade in a course taken to fulfill minor requirements is a "C-“ and "C" GPA in the minor in order to have the minor awarded at graduation See department website or staff for more information re: regulations Suggested minors: Business or LanguagesBusinessLanguages Suggested Certificates: Business, Languages and Cultural Studies, Geography and Urban Studies (GUS)Geography and Urban Studies (GUS
When ◦ STHM encourages students to study abroad in summer How ◦ For general study abroad opportunities, go to International Programs at 200 Tuttleman Learning CenterInternational Programs ◦ For information about studying at THM exchange schools (Modul in Vienna, University of Vienna, and Leeds, England), see Janet Distel, STHM Director of Undergraduate Affairs (make an appointment online) Depending on your curriculum, study abroad may fulfill requirements (inquire about this with an STHM advisor) ◦ An approved summer or semester study abroad program will satisfy the Gen Ed World Society requirement. ◦ Students may substitute courses taken in an approved study abroad experience for one or both of the Core International Studies courses.
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