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  • 1. Welcome to Orientation! College of Technology and Computer Science Computer Science, Construction Management, Engineering Technology Systems: Distribution & Logistics, Design, Info & Computer Tech, Industrial Engineering Technology, BSIT
  • 2. “Welcome to East Carolina University College of Technology and Computer Science. As Dean of this college, I want to thank you for making our school your choice in helping you further your educational goals. Our hope is to make your transfer here at ECU as seamless as possible. Our chairs, faculty, and advising team take a personal approach with each student by working closely with you to map out a plan to help you select the right courses for your chosen field of study. Whether its one of our four programs in Computer Science, Technology Systems, Engineering, or Construction, you will find your experience here at ECU one of the best decisions you’ve made. Again, welcome we’re excited you’re here.” -David M. White, Ed.D, Dean
  • 3. TECS Advising Center 2 Rawl Annex 328-9301 Mary Gabrielsen, Director Amy Shannon, Academic Advisor, Computer Science Mrs. Roxene Barrett, Advisor Student Helper/Office Manager TECS Advising Center 2 Rawl Annex
  • 4. TECS Advising Center Staff Name Primary Advising Areas Email Address Mary Gabrielsen •Director •Computer Science Amy Shannon •Industrial Distribution Jennifer Slade •Construction Management •Design David Bucci •Industrial Engineering Technology •Information Computer Technology •Industrial Technology Miranda Williams •AAS Transfer Programs •Distance Education •Industrial Technology Jason Denius •AAS Transfer Programs •Distance Education Cindy Wadford •Administrative Support Associate For information or advising questions related to the Department of Engineering, please contact Karen De Urquidi at (252) 737-1033 or by email at
  • 5. Advisor Assignments  Students are assigned an advisor once they are declared.  You must see your advisor each semester to discuss course selection, information pertinent to your progression and to get your registration pin.  If you are a Distance Education (DE) student, it is not necessary to come into the Advising Center.  Face-to-face students can make appointments by stopping by the TECS Advising Center at 2 Rawl Annex or by calling 252-328-9301.  Students should check ECU email accounts frequently! Private AOL, Yahoo, etc. accounts will not be used.  Schedule an advising appointment, beginning in April, with an advisor in the Center to go over your credits and see where you are in the program. Once you are officially a Pirate, make advising appointments early in the semester.
  • 6. Computer Science Majors Your Checksheet includes all Flowcharts: required courses, cognates,  Bachelor of Science (BS) elective possibilities and  Bachelor of Arts (BS) professional studies course requirements. Students should  Computer Science website: pay close attention to each section (see checksheet below): omputer_science/  Bachelor of Science (BS)  Advising Center website:  Bachelor of Arts (BA)  Internships/Co-ops – CSCI offers Differences between the BS or BA academic credit for qualifying co- ops/internships. Click here for degree are defined here. more information.
  • 7. Construction Management Majors Technical degree transfer students - Flowchart: (Students with an earned associate  Bachelor of Science (BS) of applied science degree (AAS) in an approved technical field)  Construction Management Students may be admitted directly to the website: upper division upon completion of MATH 1065 and PHYS 1250, 1251  Advising Center website: (or equivalent). Your transfer checksheet includes all  Scholarships– Construction required courses, cognates, elective Management students are possibilities and professional eligible to apply for studies course requirements. scholarships, GPA 2.5 or better. Students should pay close attention to each section . Bachelor of Science (BS)
  • 8. Technology System Majors  Undergraduate Programs  Design  Technology Systems website:  Distribution and Logistics  Industrial Engineering Technology  Advising Center website:  Information and Computer Technology  BS in Industrial Technology AAS Transfer Program – See next slide for more information on this major Review your checksheet (includes all required courses, cognates, elective possibilities and professional studies course requirements. Students should pay close attention to each section. Go to
  • 9. Technology System: BSIT Majors The Bachelor of Science in Industrial Concentrations: Technology (BSIT) Transfer Program is  Architectural Technology a degree completion curriculum  Mechanical Technology designed for students who have been  Distribution and Logistics awarded a qualified Associate in  Information & Computer Technology Applied Science (AAS) degree in an industrial or technology related field.  Manufacturing Systems  Industrial Supervision Important Admission Information: A new  Bioprocess Manufacturing ECU admissions requirement states that all transfer students must have a 2.5  Technology Systems BSIT website: GPA and 30 hours of transferable  Advising Center website: general education courses with 6 hours being English and 3 hours being Math.
  • 10. Engineering Majors ECU Engineering Flowcharts: General Transfer Brochure:  Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISYS)  Mechanical Engineering (MENG) Generaltransferbrochure061509.pdf  Bioprocess Engineering (BIOE)  Biomedical Engineering (BIME) Concentrations:  Engineering website:  Biomedical Engineering  Bioprocess Engineering Contact Information  Department of Engineering  Industrial and Systems Suite 212 Slay Building Engineering East Carolina University Greenville, NC 27858-4353 USA  Mechanical Engineering  Contact Person: Karen De Urquidi Contact Phone: (252) 737-1033
  • 11. Concerning Math…..  Transferring with at least 30 transferable credit hours:  Must have completed 6 transferable hours in English equivalent to ENGL 1100 & ENGL 1200 and 3 transferable credit hours of Math equivalent to MATH 1065 (College Algebra)  Transferring with less than 30 transferable credit hours:  Must have completed 6 transferable hours in English equivalent to ENGL 1100 & 1200 and 3 transferable credit hours of Math equivalent to MATH 1065 (College Algebra)  Math concentration/degree is closely sequenced and has many prerequisites with some courses only offered spring or fall; thus, students must pay close attention.
  • 12. Clubs and Organizations Department of Technology Systems  American Design Drafting Association (ADDA) -More information at  Associate of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE) - More information at  Professional Association of Industrial Distribution (PAID) -More information available at  Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) - More information available at  Epsilon Pi Tau (EPT) - More information available at  Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP) - More information available at  Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) - More information available at  American Society for Quality (ASQ) –More information available at  Institute for Supply Management (ISM) -Chapter faculty advisor is Ms. Jeanne-Marie Lawrence,
  • 13. Clubs and Organizations Department of Computer Science  Association of Computing Machinery (ACM) is the world's largest educational and scientific computing society, delivers resources that advance computing as a science and a profession. ACM provides the computing field's premier Digital Library and serves its members and the computing profession with leading-edge publications, conferences, and career resources.  ECU Student Chapter of ACM - Chapter Lead Advisor - Dr. Qin Ding is our contact, email
  • 14. Clubs and Organizations Department of Engineering  Engineering Student Council  Engineering Ambassadors  Institute of Industrial Engineers (IIE)  American Society of Heating, Refrigeration,  Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE)  Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE)  Society of Women Engineers  Professional Engineers of North Carolina
  • 15. Clubs and Organizations Department of Construction Management  Sigma Lambda Chi (SLC) – The student honor society recognizing outstanding students locally and internationally for their academic accomplishments as a construction major. The local chapter at the Department of Construction Management in East Carolina University is Iota-II. Our chapter was chartered in 1986 and has 553 members, 63 of which are current students. Faculty advisor is Dr. Huanquing Lu (  National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) )- East Carolina Construction Association (ECCA) is the umbrella organization of the student chapters of NAHB, AGC and AIC at the Department of Construction Management in East Carolina University. Currently we have nearly 200 members. If you would like to learn more about joining a student organization, please contact Ron Sessoms ( at (252) 328-1382.  East Carolina Construction Association (ECCA) – The East Carolina Construction Association/Associated General Contractors (ECCA/AGC) student organization is a group of students recognizing the need for leadership and advancement of construction education at East Carolina University. ECCA/AGC promotes professional and service development by hosting industry sponsored workshops (resume writing and interviewing), construction company visits, construction site visits, construction service learning and volunteer opportunities. Contact Mr. Bryan E. Wheeler (faculty advisor) at to learn more about ECCA/AGC and how to become a member.  Women in Construction and Technology – An organization supporting women students interested in construction and related technologies. Future affiliation with the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) is planned. Contact Donna Hollar ( ) for further information.
  • 16. Your “Perfect” Schedule…  By the time you register for classes, some sections may already be closed.  You will want to pick up the open sections of courses you need and try to change them if you want when schedules are dropped for non-payment.  Please make sure to pay attention to classes that are listed on any given line on the checklist as you will need only one of these classes to fulfill that requirement. Example: HUMANITIES/FINE ARTS: COMM 2410 or 2420
  • 17. “Perfect” Schedule ….  Classes can be added through August 31st .  Classes can be dropped without penalty through August 30th .  Classes can be dropped with penalty- students get a designated number of late drops and should use them wisely- through October 19th .  Schedules cancelled for non-payment: August 16, 2010 beginning at 4:00 p.m.  If you have problems with Drop/Add: Advising Center- 2 Rawl Annex, or call 252-328-9301.
  • 18. OneStop/Banner Notes……..  You can check to see if CC credits have transferred by clicking on Student Record/Academic Transcript in BANNER- questions go to the Registrar.  When you are registering for classes, a C indicates that a section is closed.
  • 19. BANNER Instructions  Step 1: Log into One Stop with Pirate ID and Passphrase and select Banner Self Service link from Tools page.  Step 2: Select Student and Financial Aid menu and then select Registration.  Step 3: Select Add or Drop Classes. Enter your Registration PIN from your advisor and select correct term at the bottom; select Class Search for courses.  Step 4: Search for courses. Enter course name and number (You can also choose instructor, time of day, instructional method etc. but this IS NOT required)  Step 5: Once you have entered your information, select the Class Search link at the bottom. This returns a list of all courses meeting the criterion you entered. Select the section you want by checking the box next to that section. If a “C” appears, the section is already closed.  Step 6: After checking the appropriate section box, scroll to the bottom and select Register.  Step 7: You will be taken back to your schedule to view it with the new class added. If there were any errors such as pre-requisites, co-requisites or other restrictions, the error will display with your schedule and the course will not be added.  Step 8: Repeat steps 4-7 to add additional classes.  Step 9: To drop classes, pull the drop down menu beside the course you wish to drop and select ** Web Dropped**.  Step 10: At the bottom, select the Submit Changes link and the course will be removed from your schedule.  Step 11: To see your schedule in calendar format, click on Week at A Glance and then Next Week.
  • 20. Noteworthy…..  Find Frequently Asked Questions at the TECS Advising Center website at  Need more information? Visit the Newly Enrolled Student Orientation by going to, click on Blackboard Log in using User Login:"tecstudent" and password: "tecstudent"  View a student perspective of the BSIT program in this powerpoint presentation.  When in doubt, check with your academic advisor!
  • 21. Your faculty and academic advisors in the College of Technology and Computer Science welcome you as you begin your journey with us!