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HHS 1

  1. 1. Welcome to START 2010!<br />COLLEGE OF HEALTH <br />& <br />HUMAN SCIENCES<br />
  2. 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. 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. 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. 5. Assist in the Advising office with scheduling, clerical duties, and support for staff
  6. 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. 7. Seek support.
  8. 8. Use resources.</li></li></ul><li>Today’s Agenda<br /><ul><li>Overview of departments, majors, and options in HHS
  9. 9. Review Baccalaureate Core (homework!)
  10. 10. Review tomorrow’s Advising & Registration schedule
  11. 11. Q & A</li></li></ul><li>Day 2 Agenda<br /><ul><li>Departmental information sessions for students*
  12. 12. Advising and registration*
  13. 13. Information sessions </li></ul>* Early departures will be asked to attend a later START session or register during CONNECT week.<br />
  14. 14. COLLEGE OF HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES<br />Departments<br /><ul><li>Design & Human Environment (DHE)
  15. 15. Human Development & Family Sciences (HDFS)
  16. 16. Nutrition & Exercise Sciences (NES)
  17. 17. Public Health (H)</li></li></ul><li>Pre-Med & Pre-Nursing<br /><ul><li>Major in a field of interest
  18. 18. Certain HHS majors have many prerequisites built in
  19. 19. Work w/ advisor early to discuss admission requirements (GPA, volunteer work, internships, etc.)</li></li></ul><li>DEPARTMENT OF DESIGN & HUMAN ENVIRONMENT<br />Majors<br /><ul><li> Apparel Design*
  20. 20. Interior Design*
  21. 21. Housing Studies*
  22. 22. Merchandising Management</li></ul> Historic & Cultural Studies<br /> Marketing Analysis & Research<br /> Merchandising Management<br />*Pre-professional option required for entering students<br />
  23. 23. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTHMajors and Options<br /><ul><li>HEALTH PROMOTION & HEALTH BEHAVIOR</li></ul> Allied Health <br /> Community Health<br /> Gerontology<br /><ul><li>HEALTH MANAGEMENT & POLICY*</li></ul>Long-Term Care<br /> General Health Care Administration<br />*Pre-HMP option required for entering students<br />
  24. 24. DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN DEVELOPMENT & FAMILY SCIENCES<br />Options<br /><ul><li>Early Childhood</li></ul> Development & Education*<br /><ul><li>Human Services</li></ul>* Teaching licensure may be obtained through Education Double Degree Program.<br />
  25. 25. DEPARTMENT OF NUTRITION & EXERCISE SCIENCES<br /> Exercise and Sport Science (EXSS)<br />EXSS Options<br /><ul><li>Athletic Training*
  26. 26. Fitness & Nutrition
  27. 27. Physical Education </li></ul> Teacher Education<br /><ul><li>Pre-Therapy & Allied Health
  28. 28. Applied Exercise Science</li></ul>* Application for Admission required<br />
  29. 29. DEPARTMENT OF NUTRITION & EXERCISE SCIENCES<br /> Nutrition (NUTR)<br />Options<br /><ul><li>Dietetics*
  30. 30. Nutrition Science</li></ul>*Pre-Dietetics option required for entering students<br />
  31. 31. Declaration of MajorCatalog year = 2010 -11<br />Not sure about major?<br /><ul><li>It’s okay to be unsure!
  32. 32. First-year advising is more general than specific.
  33. 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. 34. Departmental Exchange (major specific)
  35. 35. International Internship (IE3)
  36. 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. 37. Learning in Communities (LinC)<br />Courses are offered by every department and include all majors<br /><ul><li>1 credit
  38. 38. Led by faculty
  39. 39. Meet once a week
  40. 40. Groups of 20 - 25 students
  41. 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. 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 & 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 & Arts<br /> Social Processes & Institutions<br /> Difference, Power & Discrimination<br /><ul><li>2 Upper-Division Synthesis Courses</li></ul>Contemporary Global Issues<br /> Science, Technology & Society<br />* See Registration Information Handbook<br />
  43. 43. Using Your Registration Information Handbook<br />Important pages:<br /><ul><li> Academic calendar (pp 3-6)
  44. 44. Registration Information (pp 11-12)
  45. 45. Bacc core listings (pp 26-30)
  46. 46. Academic regulations (pp 37-44)
  47. 47. Campus map (p 52)</li></li></ul><li>Tomorrow’s Schedule<br />Advising & Registration:<br />Students Only<br /><ul><li>Exercise & Sport Science 8:30 Milam 213
  48. 48. Design & Human Environment 10:00 Milam 206
  49. 49. Public Health 10:30 Milam 120
  50. 50. Nutrition 1:00 Milam 213
  51. 51. Human Dev & Family Science 1:30 Milam 206</li></ul>* Know your GAP! (PIN will be issued in session.)<br />

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