SPRING 2015 REGISTRATION GUIDE. THE FALL 2015 REGISTRATION GUIDE WILL BE AVAILABLE IN MAY 2015
Step 1: REVIEW YOUR INTENDED COURSELOAD AND SPECIALIZATION
Your first semester is entirely prescribed by program and specialization requirements. Once you have registered you should participate in a mandatory online Registration Advisement Webinar as soon as possible to gain a more comprehensive understanding of degree requirements as well as important tips on registration and planning your program.
a. Determine your course load and enrollment status
Full-Time Course Load: 12 credits (e.g. four 3-credit core courses with recitations/labs) per term.
Part-Time Course Load: Typically 6 credits (e.g. two 3-credit core courses with recitations/labs) per fall and spring term and 3 credits in the summer. Taking fewer than 6 credits per fall and spring term will make it difficult to complete the degree within the 5-year time limit. It will also impact your eligibility for financial aid.
- Economic Development and Housing elective cluster
- Environment, Infrastructure and Transportation elective cluster
- International Development Planning specialization
Next -- Step 2: Waive Core Courses