Advising Frequently Asked Questions
No you do not, but the classes that your advisor suggested are classes that will keep you on track for graduation.
Yes you can. You need to see the Foreign Language Department.
A baccalaureate degree with honors is awarded to those students who have grade point averages on all courses attempted as follows:
- 3.5 honors (cum laude)
- 3.8 high honors (magna cum laude)
- 4.0 highest honors (summa cum laude)
The course load varies per semester.
- Session I – 6 hours
- Session II – 18 hours
- Session III or IV – 9 hours (each session)
No you do not; however the summer semester is a great chance to get ahead on some courses.
You must be of major status to be eligible to take and 3000/4000 level class.
Yes, but you must apply to be a transient student BEFORE you attend the other school. You must see your advisor for the appropriate paperwork.
Tell your advisor, and they will take care of the paperwork.
Yes. You will need to see that department in which you are minoring for the appropriate course requirements.
eCore are online core courses that are provided through a state-wide collaborative program. eCore courses are taught entirely online, except for the occasional proctored exam. For more information, please visit the ECORE website.
This amount varies per semester. The current rates can be found in The Scoop.
What happens if my classes are full when I register? Do I have to come back and see my advisor then?
You will need to adjust your schedule to include classes that are open. You should refer to “Getting to the Core of the Curriculum” guide. This can be found at this website or you may pick up one from your advisor or at the Excel Center.
It is according to social security number.