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Classics, History, Philosophy (Tom)

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CORE FIRST-YEAR SIGNATURE COURSE
CORE COMMUNICATION
SOCIAL SCIENCE
MODEL: Classics, History, Philosophy
SERIES: Summer Orientation
DATE: 8 July 2013

WELCOME TO CLASSICS, HISTORY, & PHILOSOPHY
14 to 16 hours
Lower-division courses
Covers a variety of requirements
Major or minor exploration courses
Meeting Agenda
FOREIGN LANGUAGE
CORE AMERICAN AND TEXAS GOVERNMENT
Degree plan
Know your Requirements
Tips for success
Have a strong first semester!
Plan your schedule/Learn about FIGS
Discuss courses for Fall 2013
DEGREE PLAN
Major & Minor Requirements
Other Requirements
University Core Requirements &
Liberal Arts Requirements
UGS 302 or 303
Fulfills a University Core requirement
Must complete during your first year
RHE 306: Rhetoric and Composition
Fulfills a University Core requirement
*Even birth month = fall registration, odd birth month = spring
Liberal Arts: Foreign Language
4th semester proficiency in one language
Sequences and hours vary by language department
Some departments require placement exams
CORE UNITED STATES HISTORY
6 hours of US History
*

Up to 3 hours may be in Texas History

Course description will have following statement:
"partially fulfills legislative requirement for American history"
Liberal Arts Social Science
3 additional hours
Chosen from approved list
Must be a different field from that
used for the Core
MATHEMATICS
Core Mathematics
3 hours
Chosen from approved core list of courses in Math (M), and Statistics & Scientific Computation (SSC)
M 301, 316K, and 316L cannot count
SCIENCE
Core Science & Technology
Part I: 6 hours in a single field
Part II: 3 additional hours in a different field than Part I
Chosen from approved core list
Liberal Arts Natural Science
6 additional hours
Chosen from approved list
ARTS & CULTURE
Core Visual & Performing Arts
3 hours
Chosen from approved core list
Liberal Arts: Cultural Expression, Human Experience, & Thought
(CEHET)
3 additional hours
Chosen from approved list
COMPONENTS OF YOUR DEGREE
Total=120 credit hours
Credit hours
Courses range from 1-6 credit hours; most common is 3 per class
Indicates estimated number of hours you'll be in class each week
Indicates how much credit you gain from the class toward graduation
60-66 hours
12 hours
30 hours
12-18 hours
FLAG REQUIREMENTS
Core Writing Flag
MAJOR & MINOR


MINOR
12 hours, including six upper-division hours and six hours in residence
Can be selected from any college
ELECTIVES
CHOOSE YOUR COORDINATES!
Electives are any additional courses needed to reach 120 credit hours.
Explore major and minor options
Sample the wide range of courses offered at UT
1 hour PED and KIN courses DO NOT count towards a degree
WHAT DOES A GOOD FIRST-SEMESTER SCHEDULE LOOK LIKE?
Let's talk about tips for success...
Registration Information Sheet (RIS)
* students with AP credit for GOV 310L with an grade of "I"
must take the Texas supplemental government test

HISTORY-
30 hours total, including 15 hours upper division and 18 hours in residence

PHILOSOPHY-
27 hours total, including 18 hours upper division and 18 hours in residence
CLASSICS-
24 hours total, including 18 hours upper division and 18 hours in residence


ANCIENT HISTORY & CLASSICAL CIVILIZATION-
33 hours total, including 21 hours upper division
and 18 hours in residence (no minor required)

CLASSICAL ARCHAEOLOGY-
36 hours total, including 21 hours upper division
and 18 hours in residence (no minor required)


LATIN-
24 hours total, including 21 hours upper division and 18 hours in residence
Flags
(Classics majors are required to take Latin and/or Greek)
*For history majors, the six hours of core U.S. history also count toward the major
Prerequisite note:
GOV 310L-
12 hours of college coursework
GOV 312L, P or R-
credit for GOV 310L and 24 hours of college coursework
Core Social Science
3 hours
Flags appear in the course schedule as small yellow boxes
Liberal Arts Writing Flag
May be fulfilled by the Core
or other requirement
One must be upper division
Liberal Arts Global Cultures
May be fulfilled by the Core
or other requirement
Liberal Arts Cultural Diversity in
the United States
May be fulfilled by the Core
or other requirement
Writing Flag
Global Cultures
Cultural Diversity in the United States
GC
CD
WR
Schedule your day
What does that include?
Talk to your professors
Why is this important?
Connect with other students
Where and why?
Go to class prepared
What does this mean?
Check your e-mail every day
Why?
Check out pages 16-17 in your handbook
for more tips!
The Student Portal & Preparing for Registration
The Student Portal connects you to several
campus resources. Let's take a look at some
that will help you with registration...
Course Schedule
The online course schedule is a list of all courses being taught in a given semester.
For more info: handbook pages 14-15
Check your RIS every semester to:
Find your registration times
Check for registration bars
Update contact information
For more info: handbook page 23
Course Description Database
Available on the College of Liberal Arts website.
Learn more about the course, the required texts, assignments, and grading.
Find course descriptions
for every
Liberal Arts department.
Advise Libby:
GOOD SCHEDULE or BAD SCHEDULE
?
Schedule #1
UGS 303 First-Year Signature Course
HIS 350L Epics and Heroes of India
E 325F Fiction Writing
PHL 302 World Philosophy
FR 601C Beginning French
Schedule #2
UGS 302 First-Year Signature Course
ANT 302 Cultural Anthropology
MUS 307 History of Rock Music
HIS 315G Introduction to American Studies
AST 301 Introduction to Astronomy
Registration
Before you register:
Use your handbook and advising materials to brainstorm fall classes.
Meet with your academic advisor.
Meet with your OA.
Review your RIS for registration access times and bars.
Clear any other bars you have.
For more info: handbook pages 23-24
Gone to Texas is a time for UT to welcome students to campus.



Free BBQ!
Meet other Liberal Arts students and staff!
Music and more!

August 27, 2013
FIGS
First-Year Interest Groups (FIG)

First-Year Interest Groups (FIGS) provide the opportunity for you to:
Guarantee registration for a cluster of two or three courses.
Participate in a one-hour weekly seminar facilitated by an advisor and a peer mentor.
Get to know fellow classmates.Build connections between your academic and social experiences.
Satisfy degree requirements and explore possible majors and minors.
Discover the many resources within the College of Liberal Arts and the University.
For more info: handbook page 27
How do I get into a FIG?
Review the clusters and course descriptions.

Complete the FIG application and return it
to your advisor before you leave this meeting.

FIG assignments will be announced via e-mail
by 9:30 p.m. tonight. You may also find out
during your advising appointments tomorrow.
Academic Advising Tomorrow
Philosophy and Classics- Waggener Hall 313
History- Garrison Hall 1.140
CORE HUMANITIES
Note prerequisite:
RHE 306
Masterworks of Literature
Choose
one

of three versions
World
British
American
Gone to
Texas!
How do FIG courses fulfill
my degree requirements?
Threadgill's
UGS 018 Fig Seminar
UGS 303 Maya Civilization
ANT 304 Intro Arch Studies: Prehistoric
C C 303 Intro to Classical Mythology
UGS 303
ANT 304
C C 303
C C 303
GC
How do FIG courses fulfill
my degree requirements?
UGS 018 Fig Seminar
AMS 310 Intro to American Studies
RTF 314 Development of Motion Picture
E 314L Banned Books and Novel Ideas
*
*prerequisite: RHE 306
Alamo Drafthouse
E 314L
RTF 314
AMS 310
AMS 310
WR
CD
note:
AMS 310 is x-listed with HIS 315G and

also counts toward History major
Lower Division Course Numbers
3
01-
3
19
Upper Division Course Numbers
3
20-
3
79
First number indicates number of credit hours
Second two numbers indicate level of course
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