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SOAR 2014 Freshman Presentation

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Academic Colleges
CSUSB Bachelors Degree
5500 University Pkwy | San Bernardino | CA | 92407
.
Academic Colleges:
College of Arts & Letters
SAN BERNARDINO
California State University
SOAR Advising & Registration
CSUSB Bachelor's Degree
001
to
099
= Non-degree applicable
(Math 80 or Math 90)
100
to
299
= Lower division
(Comm 120 or Acct 211)
300
to
599
= Upper-division
(Hum 335 or Biol 421)
600
to
699
= Graduate


CSUSB Course Numbering
Arabic
Art
Communication
English
French
Liberal Studies
Music
Philosophy
Spanish
Theater Arts
College of Business & Public Administration
Accounting
Cyber Security
Entrepreneurial Management
Finance
Financial Planning
Human Resources Management
Information Systems & Technology
International Business
Management
Marketing
Public Administration
Real Estate
Sports & Entertainment
Marketing
Supply Chain & Transportation
Management
College of Natural Sciences
Biology
Chemistry
Computer Engineering
Computer Science
Computer Systems
Geology
Health Science
Kinesiology
Math
Pre-Nursing
Physics
Nutrition & Food Services
College of Social & Behavioral Sciences
Anthropology
Criminal Justice
Economics
Environmental Studies
Geography
History
Human Development
Political Science
Psychology
Social Sciences
Social Work
Sociology
College of Education
Career & Technical Studies
*Other CSU & State Requirements
See end portion of PAWS
2.0 GPA
1 2 3

4 5 6

7 8 9

+ 0 =

English & Math Placement
Students must register for Math and
English every quarter until GE
requirement has been met

English placement is determined by
Directed Self-Placement (DSP)

Math placement is determined by
the
ELM score
or exemption status.
Directed Self-Placement
DSP replaces the EPT for placement purposes

Studies show that students who select their own
writing courses through a DSP process succeed
at higher rates and express greater satisfaction in
their courses than do students who are placed
by traditional timed tests.

CSUSB's DSP process has been carefully
designed to reflect and inform you about our
FYC program to help you make the right decision
for you.
English
Stretch Composition
*102a/b
(Fall) --
*103a/b
(Winter) --
*104a/b
(Spring)
104a/b meets GE requirement
Cohort (22 Students)

Accelerated Stretch Composition
*105a/b
(Fall) --
*106a/b
(Winter)
106 meets GE requirement
Cohort (23 Students)

Advanced First-Year Composition
107
(Fall)
107 meets GE requirement
26 Students

Why Consider a longer Sequence
Math
ELM score of 18 or below
Math 75A--Math75B
ELM score of 19-29
Math 75B--Math 75C--Math 90--GE Math
ELM score of 30-40
Math 80--Math 90--GE Math
ELM score of 41-49
Math 90--GE Math
ELM score of 50 or Greater
Math 110, 115, 120, 192 or 211
Meets GE requirement

Bulletin/Catalog
General Education
Policies
Procedures
Undergraduate Degrees
Graduate Degrees
General Education
The GE program is organized into 7 categories for a total of 78-82 units (Minimum)
A) Basic Skills Category (
12 Units
)

B) Natural Science Breadth Area (
20 Units
)

C) Humanities Breadth Area (
20 Units
)

D) Social & Behavioral Sciences Breadth Area (
20 Units
)

E) Lifelong Understanding Category (
6 units
)

F) Upper-Division Writing Requirement (
0-4 Units
)

G) Multicultural/Gender Requirement (
O-4 units
)
USTD 100a (2 units)
Freshman Seminar
Campus & Community Engagement

Academic Success Strategies

Personal Development / Life Skills

Major / Career Exploration

Multicultural Philosophy / Diversity
How many units should I take
There is no single right answer for all students
Full time is
12 Units

Most students find that
12-16 units
is reasonable. Your advisor can guide you. There is a
17 unit cap
(Seniors 19.5 after priority)

Each unit of academic credit presumes an average of 3 hours a week of total class time and out-of-class time. A typical 4-unit lecture course would require four hours of class time PLUS 8 hours of homework (reading assignments, writing papers, reviewing and studying for exams, etc.)
4-Year Graduation Pledge Program
Priority 1 Registration
Student Obligation
Maintain Good Academic Standing
Be at college level Math first quarter
Be at college level English first quarter
(Eng 105a/b and 106a/b ok)
Must have a major declared
Must average 15 units per quarter
(14 Units ok for fall 2014 ONLY)
Contact
Advising &
Academic Services
GraduateN4@csusb.edu
909-537-5034
UH-380
Checking your Progress
Always check your
CSUSB Email
for university updates, instructor messages, and registration information.
You should check your progress periodically throughout your academic career
Do this through your
PAWS
(Program Advising Worksheet for Students)
PAWS is online degree progress. Check your progress on GE requirements, major requirements and units earned. Access through MyCoyote.
Services to Students with Disabilities
Offers a comprehensive and well-coordinated system of educational support services to students who have documented permanent or temporary disabilities.
Call: 909.537.5238
Located in UH-183
Grade point average
2.0
Advising & Academic Services
Contact Information | University Hall 380 909.537.5034 | www.ugs.csusb.edu/advising
Academic Probation Counseling
Undeclared Advising
Basic Skills & Remediation
SOAR
University Petitions
Excessive Unit Advising
First-Year Seminar
Student Success Peer Advisors
Apply at:
http://www.ugs.csusb.edu/advising/
and click on 4 Year Graduation Pledge
CSUSB's Early Start Program
For more information please visit:
http://www.ugs.csusb.edu/earlystart
Early Start Call Center:
(909)537-5260
.
A class that was made just for you
Learn more about how to be a
successful student at CSUSB.

Understand more about your
education and how it connects
with your future.

Find out why your degree matters

*The 'B' section is the writing option for Multilingual students
Supplemental Instruction
Succeed in CSUSB's most challenging lower-division courses
What is Supplemental Instruction?
Supplemental Instruction, otherwise known as SI, is research-based and locally proven to help students succeed in challenging courses with additional subject matter instruction and support.
2 unit courses
where you meet
twice a week
for
50 minutes
Department consent is required
in order to enroll in SI.
Send your Name, Coyote ID, Phone Number, and name of the SI course you wish to take to:
retentionmatters@csusb.edu
Fall 2014 SI Courses
Biology 100
Political Science 203
Psychology 100
Math 90
Math 110
Math 115

Supplemental Instruction Results
SI Courses are listed as

USTD 77
Sections 20 & above
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