Step 1: REVIEW YOUR INTENDED COURSELOAD AND SPECIALIZATION
Since your first semester is entirely prescribed by program and specialization requirements, you can register for courses (Step 5) after carefully reading Steps 1-4 of this Registration Guide.
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: Typically 16 credits (e.g. four 4 credit core courses with recitations/labs) per term. A 12-credit (three 4 credit core courses) load is considered full-time but may impact Capstone eligibility.
Part Time Course Load: Typically 8 credits (e.g. two 4 credit core courses with recitations/labs) per fall and spring term and 4 credits in the summer. If you follow this plan of taking 20 credits per year, you will be able to complete the degree in three years. 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