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  • 1. Welcome to START 2010!<br />COLLEGE OF HEALTH <br />&amp; <br />HUMAN SCIENCES<br />
  • 2. Who we are……<br />Carey Hilbert - Assist. Head Advisor<br />EXSS, NUTR, H<br />Kim McAlexander - Head Advisor<br />DHE, HDFS<br />Eric Stoller<br />EXSS, HDFS, NUTR<br />Alysia Cohen<br />EXSS, NUTR, H<br />Melanie Jones<br />DHE, HDFS<br />Ruth Sterner<br />DHE, EXSS, NUTR<br />Debbie Jensen – Office Manager<br />
  • 3. Ambassador/Peer Advisors 2009-10<br />Grant<br />Christa<br />Alison H.<br />Allison B.<br />Jessica L.<br />Jessica M.<br />Arturo<br />Lindsey<br />Rachel<br />
  • 4. HHS Ambassadors and Peer Advisors<br />Ambassador/Peer Advisors serve several roles in the College:<br /><ul><li>Serve as representatives at various university and college functions
  • 5. Assist in the Advising office with scheduling, clerical duties, and support for staff
  • 6. Assist students with basic advising concerns, registration issues, and numerous questions!</li></li></ul><li>Make it Happen!<br /><ul><li>Own your success.
  • 7. Seek support.
  • 8. Use resources.</li></li></ul><li>Today’s Agenda<br /><ul><li>Overview of departments, majors, and options in HHS
  • 9. Review Baccalaureate Core (homework!)
  • 10. Review tomorrow’s Advising &amp; Registration schedule
  • 11. Q &amp; A</li></li></ul><li>Day 2 Agenda<br /><ul><li>Departmental information sessions for students*
  • 12. Advising and registration*
  • 13. Information sessions </li></ul>* Early departures will be asked to attend a later START session or register during CONNECT week.<br />
  • 14. COLLEGE OF HEALTH &amp; HUMAN SCIENCES<br />Departments<br /><ul><li>Design &amp; Human Environment (DHE)
  • 15. Human Development &amp; Family Sciences (HDFS)
  • 16. Nutrition &amp; Exercise Sciences (NES)
  • 17. Public Health (H)</li></li></ul><li>Pre-Med &amp; Pre-Nursing<br /><ul><li>Major in a field of interest
  • 18. Certain HHS majors have many prerequisites built in
  • 19. Work w/ advisor early to discuss admission requirements (GPA, volunteer work, internships, etc.)</li></li></ul><li>DEPARTMENT OF DESIGN &amp; HUMAN ENVIRONMENT<br />Majors<br /><ul><li> Apparel Design*
  • 20. Interior Design*
  • 21. Housing Studies*
  • 22. Merchandising Management</li></ul> Historic &amp; Cultural Studies<br /> Marketing Analysis &amp; Research<br /> Merchandising Management<br />*Pre-professional option required for entering students<br />
  • 23. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTHMajors and Options<br /><ul><li>HEALTH PROMOTION &amp; HEALTH BEHAVIOR</li></ul> Allied Health <br /> Community Health<br /> Gerontology<br /><ul><li>HEALTH MANAGEMENT &amp; POLICY*</li></ul>Long-Term Care<br /> General Health Care Administration<br />*Pre-HMP option required for entering students<br />
  • 24. DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN DEVELOPMENT &amp; FAMILY SCIENCES<br />Options<br /><ul><li>Early Childhood</li></ul> Development &amp; Education*<br /><ul><li>Human Services</li></ul>* Teaching licensure may be obtained through Education Double Degree Program.<br />
  • 25. DEPARTMENT OF NUTRITION &amp; EXERCISE SCIENCES<br /> Exercise and Sport Science (EXSS)<br />EXSS Options<br /><ul><li>Athletic Training*
  • 26. Fitness &amp; Nutrition
  • 27. Physical Education </li></ul> Teacher Education<br /><ul><li>Pre-Therapy &amp; Allied Health
  • 28. Applied Exercise Science</li></ul>* Application for Admission required<br />
  • 29. DEPARTMENT OF NUTRITION &amp; EXERCISE SCIENCES<br /> Nutrition (NUTR)<br />Options<br /><ul><li>Dietetics*
  • 30. Nutrition Science</li></ul>*Pre-Dietetics option required for entering students<br />
  • 31. Declaration of MajorCatalog year = 2010 -11<br />Not sure about major?<br /><ul><li>It’s okay to be unsure!
  • 32. First-year advising is more general than specific.
  • 33. Changes best done after START.</li></li></ul><li> Exchange opportunities<br />There are several different ways to include an <br /> experience abroad into your academic career:<br /><ul><li>OUS/OSU Study Abroad/Exchange
  • 34. Departmental Exchange (major specific)
  • 35. International Internship (IE3)
  • 36. International Degree program</li></ul>Where have HHS students gone?<br /> Africa France<br /> Australia Germany<br /> Chile India<br /> Ecuador Mexico<br /> Finland Spain Taiwan…..And many other countries/continents!<br />The biggest key is planning ahead!<br />
  • 37. Learning in Communities (LinC)<br />Courses are offered by every department and include all majors<br /><ul><li>1 credit
  • 38. Led by faculty
  • 39. Meet once a week
  • 40. Groups of 20 - 25 students
  • 41. Sign up during Major presentation/registration session</li></li></ul><li>BUILDING A DEGREE<br />Total credits = 180<br />Upper-division = 60<br /> (300-400 level)<br />
  • 42. Baccalaureate Core*<br />Over the next 4 years you will need:<br /><ul><li>5 Skills Courses</li></ul> 3 Writing (or 2 writing, 1 communication)<br /> College Math<br /> Health &amp; Wellness <br /><ul><li>3 Science Courses (w/ labs)</li></ul>1 Physical Science<br /> 1 Biological Science<br /> 1 Additional course from either category<br /><ul><li>5 Perspective Courses (1 from each category )</li></ul>Western Culture<br /> Cultural Diversity<br /> Literature &amp; Arts<br /> Social Processes &amp; Institutions<br /> Difference, Power &amp; Discrimination<br /><ul><li>2 Upper-Division Synthesis Courses</li></ul>Contemporary Global Issues<br /> Science, Technology &amp; Society<br />* See Registration Information Handbook<br />
  • 43. Using Your Registration Information Handbook<br />Important pages:<br /><ul><li> Academic calendar (pp 3-6)
  • 44. Registration Information (pp 11-12)
  • 45. Bacc core listings (pp 26-30)
  • 46. Academic regulations (pp 37-44)
  • 47. Campus map (p 52)</li></li></ul><li>Tomorrow’s Schedule<br />Advising &amp; Registration:<br />Students Only<br /><ul><li>Exercise &amp; Sport Science 8:30 Milam 213
  • 48. Design &amp; Human Environment 10:00 Milam 206
  • 49. Public Health 10:30 Milam 120
  • 50. Nutrition 1:00 Milam 213
  • 51. Human Dev &amp; Family Science 1:30 Milam 206</li></ul>* Know your GAP! (PIN will be issued in session.)<br />

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