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  • After Introductions, hand out file contents while visitors are being seated) Welcome! Introduce all there. Invite to HHS social event
  • Catalogue - Write your name on the outside and plan on keeping through graduate school. Majors, minors & course decriptions Reg handook – Bac Course listings, Rules & reg’s, imp’t dates 3- term Planner – first year projection of classes Major Sheets – Look at course descriptions in your catalogue, this is your year and requirement list, The total BAC Core requirements are (point) right here. PIN card – 6 digit # = access to Major classes; 3 digit #= major code, 2 digit # = MTH Assessment score
  • Refer to slide #4 & #5
  • Pre-requisites are classes you have to have before the class in question.These are listed under prerequisites on your major sheet, the web, and the catalogue, under the class descriptions – thus, this is easy to check. Enforced pre-reqs will prohibit you from registering if you do not have the pre-req. “Other pre-req’s” are strongly recommended but will not block you from registering.
  • You may have WR 121 from AP credits or Community. BE SURE YOUR TRANSCRIPT OR AP TEST SCORE has been sent to our Registrar.
  • ALS 199 U ENGAGE is only offered Fall term. Some sections have additional excursions/outings offered with the course, there is an additional charge for these sections. Check web catalog for cost and excursion opportunities, refer to notes in “comments” section.
  • We can not emphasize enough about the grades – the cut-off point changes each year. It is a very competitive program.
  • Math 65 and 95 are offered through Extended Campus at 737-2676 for fall ’08. The cost to take either course is OSU Tuition + Technology Fee ($124 +$5)/credit. MTH 103 option if you tested into MTH 95, but think you just need to brush up a bit before tackling MTH 111. receive College credit ( not bac core)
  • Learning IN Community is a small cohort (20) of students taking three common classes together. The model is intended to help build a sense of community with first year students and a faculty member, providing an introduction to a major field.
  • Sub total class credits you have and add the appropriate courses to attain the desired amount of credits.

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  • Goals for today’s session Exercise & Sport Science
    • Review fall-spring course scheduling, and register for fall classes.
    • Learn appropriate skills to register in future terms.
    • Learn registration tricks.
    • Sign up OSU email (ONID) account.
  • Supplies Exercise & Sport Science
    • OSU Catalog/Registration handbook
    • 3-Term Planner
    • Major Sheet
    • Colored PIN card
    • Pencil & Eraser
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  • Double Dipping Exercise & Sport Science
    • Double dipping refers to taking a course in your major which also satisfies a Baccalaureate Core requirement.
    • These courses are noted on the major requirement side of the major sheet with an alphabetical abbreviation following the course title (ex: PSY 201 General Psychology (SPI)).
    • The alphabetical abbreviation matches the Baccalaureate categories on the reverse side of the major sheet .
  • EXSS majors must maintain a minimum 2.25 option GPA, and a minimum 2.5 GPA in all EXSS & NUTR prefixed courses
  • EXSS majors must maintain a minimum 2.25 option GPA, and a minimum 2.5 GPA in all EXSS & NUTR prefixed courses
  • Prerequisites Exercise & Sport Science
    • Many classes have ENFORCED PREREQUISITES . These are noted on the Catalog, but may not be up to date on the major sheet. Be sure to follow these! Sample slide to follow …
    • Generally, courses listed sequentially are in prerequisite order, but not always! Be sure to check.
  • Example of Enforced Pre-req When registering, always scroll over to read pre-requisites.
  • What you will see when you register Note: Lecture & recitation
  • Alpha Sectioned Class Exercise & Sport Science
    • WRITING 121 (Alpha)
      • A-G: Fall H-N: Winter O-Z: Spring
  • Introduction Courses Exercise & Sport Science
    • ALS 199 : U Engage (2 cr) Fall only
    • EXSS 199: Learning In Communities (LinC) (F/W)
    • EXSS 131: Intro to Exercise & Sport Science (F)
    • EXSS 132: Intro to Allied Health Professions
    • (PTAH Option) (F/W/S)
    • EXSS 158: Care & Prevention of Athletic Injuries
    • (AT Option) (F/W)
  • EXSS Major requirements
    • Require students to maintain a minimum Option GPA of 2.25 and all EXSS prefixed courses GPA of 2.50.
    • Students must meet major/option GPA requirements to register and participate in EXSS Practicum and Internships. Must also meet major/option GPA to earn degree.
  • Professional Program Athletic Training Education Program (ATEP)
      • Athletic Training Applicants must:
      • Complete CH 121 and PHAR 210*
      • Complete EXSS 158 & 159 with C+ or better
      • Maintain 2.5 GPA minimum
      • Submit application and cover letter; complete oral, written and practical examinations with 70% or above on each
      • Complete CH 122 & 123 by fall term of acceptance into ATEP
      • Complete CPR & First Aid certification by fall term of acceptance into ATEP
      • * If unable to take, students will still be eligible for program
  • MATH/SCIENCE Exercise & Sport Science
    • Placement Test Scores
    • Below 11 = Math 065
    • 11-16 = Math 095
    • 17-23 = Math 111
    • 24-32 = Math 112, 245
    • Math 112 is required for all EXSS Majors
    • NOTE: Classes below the 100 level (Math 065 and 095) do not accrue graduation credits, and have an additional cost.
  • Importance of MATH Placement
    • Indicates which college level MTH class you are prepared to go into
    • MTH 111 = College Algebra
    • Of those scoring below 17, but took MTH 111,
    • 47% got a D, F, W, or U
    • Of those scoring 17 or higher, 22% got a D, F, W, or U
    • ~ 75% of those who failed MTH 111 scored less than 17 on the assessment.
  • Adjustments
    • IF you scored into MTH 065 or 095, place appropriate course in FALL term.
    • IF you scored into MTH 065/095 and have NEVER taken Chemistry, move CH 121 to WINTER , CH 122 to SPRING, and plan on taking CH 123 in SUMMER.
    • IF you scored into MTH 095, and HAVE TAKEN and passed CH in high school, you can do both MTH 095 & CH 121 in FALL.
    • IF you scored into MTH 095, but have taken and passed more than Algebra II in high school within the past year, consider taking MTH 103 to brush up on math skills before taking MTH 111 in winter.
    • IF you are considering PRE-MED, take CH 221-223 instead of the 121-123 series (but only if you have taken CH before)
  • Choosing Bacc Core courses:
    • EXSS majors should focus on the categories of
    • Cultural Diversity
    • Literature & Arts
    • Difference, Power & Discrimination
  • LinC Learn (Learning In Communities) EXSS (2 term format- F & W)
    • Fall term
    • PTAH option (CLOSED!!)
    • HHS 231 Lifetime Fitness CRN # 14122 TR 2:00-2:50
    • EXSS 199 (LinC Seminar) CRN # 17207 M 9:00-9:50
    • F&N and PETE options
    • EXSS 131 Intro to EXSS CRN # 17687 MW 1:00-1:50
    • EXSS 199 (LinC Seminar) CRN # 16811 F 11:00-11:50
    • AT option (CLOSED!!)
    • EXSS 199 (LinC Seminar) CRN # 17206 W 9:00-9:50
    • EXSS 131 Intro to EXSS CRN # 17687 MW 1:00-1:50
    • HHS 231 Lifetime Fitness CRN # 14121 TR 11:00-11:50
    • LinC participants must participate
    • in all indicated courses
  • Credit Overview Exercise & Sport Science
    • 12 credits constitutes a full-time student
    • 180 credits necessary to graduate, thus average is 15 credits per term for 4 years
  • Be ready and informed for winter classes!
    • Winter ‘10 registration will begin during fall term (November).
    • Please join us for our First Year Success advising sessions fall term.
    • Look out for an email to RSVP for your major’s session.
    2009
  • First Year Success Flyer Exercise and Sport Science Milam 116 HHS 541-737-8900 Carey, Eric, Katie, Alysia
  • Completion of Schedule Exercise & Sport Science
    • We will go to the computer lab as a group to register! Please stay with presenter while working through student on-line registration process .
    • Make sure you know your GAP (if you or your parents previously accessed OSU on-line services, it was likely changed).
    • Use the Schedule of Classes on the OSU Catalog to build your schedule.
    • Begin planning schedule by checking for classes in your major, which tend to be single-section courses. Then, fill in with courses which have multiple sections.
    • As you complete your schedule, have it reviewed by an Advisor.
    • Turn in the WHITE copy of your schedule to an Advisor before you leave today
    • Sign up for onid EMAIL account