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The Role of the Academic Advisor I can help Navigate university policy and procedure Clarify IDSC policy and procedure Assist with curriculum formation Don t Create your plan for you Make initial contacts with departmental representatives Write your application essay Find your internship or internship advisor Add you to classesregister your for classes The Advising Meeting quotGet to know youquot session Arrive ontime Email your plan at least 24 hours in advance Have an opinion Be thoughtful of your course schedule Access to me email gaillnbauburnedu Walkins Traditional appointments Skypephone appointments Call the office to schedule 3348445725 Curriculum Planning Making an Individualized Plan of Study Components Core 4142 Hours IDSC Supporting Courses 9 Hours Major classes in areas of emphasis 45 hours Supporting courses for areas of emphasis Electives Total of 120 Hours English Comp ENGL 1100 amp 1120 6 Credit Hours Core Humanities 12 credit hours 0 English lit sequences ENGL 2200 amp 2210 OR another approved sequence including honors equivalents 0 Core Fine Arts ARCH 2600 MUSl 2730 or 2740 THEA 2010 or 2020 ARTS 1510 1710 1720 or 1730 and MDIA 2350 or honors COMM 100010003 o PHIL 1010 1020 1030 1040 1050 1060 1070 1080 1090 1100 or honors equivalent 3 credit honors 0 Social Science 12 credit hours History 1010 amp 1020 or another approved sequence 0 Math 11001120113011501610 or higher 1680 or higher or honors 0 Science Approved sequences Core as Prerequisites Depending on your areas of emphasis some core classes may be prerequisites You should look at the requirements in the areas of emphasis before selecting core courses in areas with menus Pay special attention to science sequences if you have a science emphasis or social science classes if you have a social science emphasis IDSC Supporting Courses IDSC foundations course IDSC 493080 capstone course can be an internship a research paper or servicelearning project NEED IDSC committee approval of content 3 Hours writing reinforcement select to match areas of emphasis Areas of Emphasis First look at minors available 2 areas of emphasis Need 2423 amp 2221 hours respectively 3 areas of emphasis Need 15 hours in each If you cant make it exactly to these hours because of uneven course numbers or Minor requirements make sure you have more not less Minimum of 2 schools or colleges Minimum of 25 hours at the 3000 level or better total for all areas of emphasis Supporting Course Work These may be prerequisites or additional courses you d like to take that support in the areas of study Electives Your degree Grade Requirements 20 overall to graduate from Auburn Minimum grade of CS in all IDSC supporting courses Minimum average in the major Approvals for Degree Plan Departmental representative must approve areas of emphasis O If you have more than 90 hours earned when you declare the degree you will also need special approval of your degree plan from the IDSC Oversight Committee Advising Day to Day Advising IN 03165 Haley Center Basement Nicole Gaillard ngaillardauburnedu If you make changes or substitutions on your degree plan once it is approved you need to start with your advisor then get signature of departmental representative as effected IDSC Website Creating your Plan Helpful Hints o This is a WORD document that MUST be lled in on a PC 0 You CANNOT complete this on a MAC 0 Have a copy of your unofficial transcript handy to help in remembering your courses 0 Follow the example curriculum plan and do not change the look of the document other than speci ed 0 The ONLY grades that need to be included on your plan are ENGL1100 ENGL1120 COMM1000 and the Advanced Written Communication grades 0 My color code system is Black you have credit for or have taken Blue in progress courses or courses on your schedule for Fall Red courses you are lacking to complete your degree program Green Classes you have Questions about
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