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Class Planning Summary

Before moving on, we want to make sure you're following and have made some progress so far. Below is a list of things that should have been written down on your Class Planner you downloaded, or on your sheet of paper you are using to plan for Fall 2013.

 

Your First Year "Plan" So Far

Fall 2013

  1. Something for English (or none because of AP credit)
  2. Something for math (or none because of AP credit and you major doesn't need more)
  3. Either a Critical Thinking or Oral Communication course
  4. Several courses from Segment II GE
  5. Either a US History or Government course
  6. Major prerequisite and introductory course(s)
  7. Other courses as "just for fun" options!

 

Spring 2014

  1. Continuation of English (if needed)
  2. Continuation of math (if needed - consult major requirements)
  3. Critical Thinking and/or Oral Communication (whichever is needed)
  4. Several choices from Segment II GE
  5. US History or Government (if needed)
  6. Major prerequisite and introductory course(s)
  7. Other courses as "just for fun" options!

 

Summer 2014

We believe that "summer vacation" is now a thing of the past! Students should utilize summer to "catch up", "get ahead" or to "keep on track" for their graduation plan. If there was anything you just could not complete in your first two semesters, its a smart idea to take summer session (most likely at a community college - it's much cheaper!)

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