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Fall Math Education Schedule

The form below is your pre-registration for your fall semester courses. Due to course sequence requirements of your major,  the courses for your first semester are pre-selected. Keep in mind that final registration for your courses will occur during the Summer Preview weekends in June. During the Preview weekend, you will meet with a faculty representative to discuss and finalize your fall semester schedule.

To be clear, this pre-registration form as well as the copy of a fall schedule that you will receive at Summer Preview from a faculty advisor does NOT constitute your final fall schedule. Final schedules will be created based on course/course section availability and individual test results and will be mailed to you a few weeks after Summer Preview sessions have concluded. In addition, you will have an opportunity to consider modifying your final schedule when you return later in the fall, and based on a discussion with your assigned advisor and with his/her signed permission.

DISCLAIMER: Please be advised that a course that you select below may not actually be available to you this fall based on a variety of factors. A faculty advisor will clarify this for you at summer preview.


* Required Field
Required Core Courses:
Course 1 SSC 101 - Learning & Transition
Course 2 BIB 112 - Biblical Introduction I
Course 3
Course 4 PSY 201 - Introduction to Psychology
Course 5
Required Major Courses:
MAT 161 - Calculus I
(or appropriate math course according to SAT or ACT math score)

Foreign Language
If you have a foreign language deficiency as indicated on the previous page, select one of the following language courses:
SPA 101 - Elementary Spanish I
HEB 101 - Elementary Biblical Hebrew I

If you have had 4 or more years of Spanish and would like to enroll in Spanish, select SPA 201, and take the Spanish assessment test during Summer Preview to confirm your placement.
SPA 201 - Intermediate Spanish I

Varsity Sport
Do you plan to play a varsity sport?
Yes
No
If you selected yes, please check each sport you plan to play.

Men's Basketball
Men's Cross Country




Women's Cheerleading


Women's Softball
Women's Tennis

 

 

**If you would like a copy of your selections, please print this page before submitting.

  


 

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