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TABLE OF CONTENTS, WELCOME FROM THE DEAN, OF ADVISING 1. 1 JAMES H AND CHRISTINE, TURK BERICK CENTER FOR, STUDENT ADVISING 2. THE ADVISING PARTNERSHIP 2, 4 TRANSFER AND, 2 COLUMBIA COLLEGE 3 3 COLUMBIA ENGINEERING 15 COMBINED PLAN 25. Letter from the Dean 4 Letter from the Dean 16 The Basics 26. Planning Your First Year 5 Planning Your First Year 17 Transfer Credit Evaluations 26. Worksheet 6 Worksheet 18 Course Approval 26, The Core Curriculum 7 First and Second Year Columbia College The Core. Majors and Concentrations 10 Curriculum 19 Curriculum 27. Placement 11 Majors and Minors 22 Columbia Engineering Selecting. Advanced Standing 12 Advanced Standing 22 Your Classes 29. Combined Plan Students 32, Combined Plan, Transfer Credit Evaluation 32.
5 ACADEMIC RESOURCES 35 6 CAMPUS RESOURCES 41 7 APPENDICES 47. Registration Tools 36 James H and Christine Turk Berick Foreign Language Requirement 48. School Bulletin 36 Center for Student Advising 42 Faculty Contacts for Columbia. Directory of Classes 36 Undergraduate Student Life 42 College Science Majors 50. Student Services Online 36 Student Conduct and Academic Calendar 50. Vergil 36 Community Standards 43 Directory 51, Academic Support 36 Center for Career Education 43. Departmental Resources 36 International Students, and Scholars Office 43. Tutoring 37, Student Services 43, Planning Ahead 37. Columbia Health 43, Study Abroad 37, Fellowships 37 Sexual Respect 45. Preparation for Future University Chaplain 45, Professional Study 37 Public Safety 45.
Academic Integrity 38 Columbia University Libraries 45. Honor Code 38 Bookstore 45, Violations 39, Strategies for Maintaining. Academic Integrity 39, Dean s Discipline 40, Dear New Students. Welcome to Columbia In the course of your time on campus you will explore academic disciplines hone. your abilities as a critical thinker expand your cultural interests and discover new passions you will engage in. discussion and debate with the world s brightest minds consider perspectives very different from your own and. be challenged to discover grow and change both personally and intellectually. We at the James H and Christine Turk Berick Center for Student Advising CSA are here to help you navigate. your time at Columbia Throughout your time here we will serve as your primary contacts for academic. advising and are available to offer advice answer questions help solve problems connect you with resources. and brainstorm about courses of study life plans or anything else that may be on your mind More immediately. we want to help you get ready for your first semester at college To this end we provide this Academic Planning. Guide for New Students with information on planning your schedule required and elective courses campus. resources and an overview of the requirements for your degree. In mid July you will receive an email introducing you to your adviser who will be available in person or by. phone or email to answer any questions you may have as the academic year approaches You will schedule an. appointment with your adviser during the New Student Orientation Program NSOP in late August to discuss. your personal and academic goals and refine your plans for the Fall 2018 semester Before that as preparation for. your first conversation with your adviser we strongly urge you to look through this guide and write down ideas. on the included worksheet for your first semester schedule potential majors or any questions you may have. In short we are here for you We look forward to meeting you and helping you make the most of your time at. Andrew Plaa PhD, Dean of Advising, Berick Center for Student Advising. 1 James H and Christine Turk Berick Center for Student Advising. JAMES H AND CHRISTINE TURK BERICK, Introduction to Advising. CENTER FOR STUDENT ADVISING, The James H and Christine Turk Berick Center for Student THE ADVISING PARTNERSHIP.
Advising CSA guides and supports students at Columbia. Productive advising is built on a true partnership in which the. College and Columbia Engineering as they navigate their. student and the adviser work together The spirit of an ideal advising. educations and lives at Columbia University CSA advisers help. partnership is mutual engagement responsiveness and dedication. students recognize and pursue their passions challenge them to. Regular advising conversations the fundamental building blocks of. set realistic academic and life goals and empower them to think. the partnership enable an adviser to serve as a resource of knowledge. and act creatively and independently, and a source of referrals so that students may plan and prepare in. the broadest sense throughout their time at Columbia. You will have an adviser from the CSA throughout your time at. Columbia You will receive the name and contact information of TO MAKE THIS PARTNERSHIP A SUCCESS. your assigned adviser in mid July You will meet your adviser during. the New Student Orientation Program but you are welcome to Students should. contact your adviser with any questions you may have this summer Actively engage in the advising relationship. Respond to adviser outreach and be forthcoming about. CSA advisers have diverse educational and professional backgrounds perceived obstacles to success. that complement the varied interests goals and backgrounds of our Proactively research and plan ways to reach academic goals and. student population The CSA works closely with offices across the share these goals with their advisers. Be open to researching the answers to questions with advisers in. Columbia campus to create a seamless advising experience for students. order to learn ways in which to find information on their own. as they grow intellectually socially and professionally at Columbia. Act upon referrals to other sources of information and advice. Let advisers know when they have not been able to find needed. Your CSA adviser is your primary point of contact for a variety of. information and advice, issues and questions including the following. CSA advisers should, General academic questions concerns or difficulties. Be knowledgeable responsive and supportive, Registration questions and problems. Reach out to advisees especially when an advisee seems to. Choosing a major, be struggling, Connecting with faculty.
Inquire about students short and long term goals and ask. Changes in academic program in consultation with faculty advisers. students to consider study abroad fellowships scholarships. Receiving transfer AP IB GCE or summer course credit. internships research opportunities etc, P remed and prelaw requirements and other academic. Research the answers to questions with students as a way. opportunities, to show students how and where to find information on. Understanding University policies and petitioning for their own. exceptions to academic policy Refer students to other sources of advice and information and. Planning to study abroad connect advisees with appropriate faculty members and departments. Progress toward and completion of requirements for the degree Follow up with students on important matters in a timely way. Personal problems and concerns, Leaves of absence, Referrals to other resources on campus. Future life plans, Your CSA adviser is one of a community of advising resources. available to you at Columbia Our faculty are another vital source. of advice particularly once you have decided on a major They are. available to discuss research opportunities to elucidate the finer. points of course material and major requirements and to guide you. through your declared field of study, 2 Please see the Campus Resources section of this guide for other offices.
that provide support, 2 Columbia College, Dear Students. Letter from the Dean, Each year at Convocation I introduce the concept of Beginner s Mind the idea of engaging the world. without preconceptions as if you re seeing everything for the very first time As Shunryu Suzuki writes in Zen. Mind Beginner s Mind In the beginner s mind there are many possibilities in the expert s mind there are few. This way of thinking expands the possibilities that our minds can envision It warns us that the expertness. that our experiences have produced can limit our perceptions our judgments our understandings and our. imaginations, You are now at the beginning of a journey one that goes beyond your major beyond your transcript. and beyond your resume When you enter your University Writing Frontiers of Science and Literature. Humanities classes the first courses in the Core Curriculum remember that you re not only gaining knowledge. understanding insight and empathy but are also developing critical thinking and research abilities honing. your written and oral communication skills improving your quantitative information and technological. literacy engaging in teamwork and collaboration expanding your creativity and innovation taking on civic and. individual responsibility participating in community engagement and inclusion and building global awareness. and a sense of wellness and resiliency, Our goal as a college is to encourage you to take time to reflect on your experiences to think about what you. like and what you don t what you are good at and what you aren t what you are learning and what you want. to learn This does not have to be an independent activity Throughout this process you will be supported by. your Columbia College faculty advisers mentors program coordinators and friends in the Arts and Sciences. the Berick Center for Student Advising the Center for Career Education the Office of Global Programs and. Fellowships Undergraduate Student Life and in your activities and in residential halls. We trust this reflection will guide you to make thoughtful decisions about your academic and cocurricular life. help you consider areas you would like to develop and serve as a means to identify and pursue your interests. and dreams, Let the journey begin, Roar Lion s Roar.
James J Valentini, Dean of Columbia College, Vice President for Undergraduate Education. Henry L and Lucy G Moses Professor, 4 Planning Guide 2018 2019. Columbia College 2, PLANNING YOUR FIRST YEAR FIRST STEPS Columbia College Bulletin college columbia edu bulletin. Your First Semester at Columbia, ON THE COLUMBIA COLLEGE JOURNEY A list of courses and descriptions of all majors. Directory of Classes columbia edu cu bulletin uwb A. Your Columbia College experience is a journey Each choice list of all courses offered at Columbia University Note. you make every class extracurricular activity internship that not all are available to Columbia College students. residential experience research opportunity conversation and Check the Open To field of the relevant class and ask. interaction is helping you grow personally professionally and your CSA adviser if you have any questions. as citizens of the world, Vergil vergil registrar columbia edu An online.
Our goal isn t just for you to develop skills capacities and scheduling tool that allows you to search for courses. capabilities but also to understand how you developed them by instructor date and time department subject area. where you developed them and how the experiences fit in with keywords and more. your entire Columbia College journey and the journey you will Please use the worksheet on page 6 to write down a few. take after Commencement You may read more about your potential class schedules for Fall 2018 and bring it along. Columbia College journey at college columbia edu journey with any questions you may have to your meeting with. your CSA adviser during the New Student Orientation Program. THE BASICS As you create potential schedules keep in mind the following. To earn the Bachelor of Arts degree from Columbia College. Classes at Columbia are generally worth 3 4 credits. First year students usually register for 4 5 classes You. Complete the Columbia College Core Curriculum must register for a minimum of 12 credits and no more. Satisfy the specific requirements for a major or than 18 credits. concentration If you have not yet placed out of the language. Earn 124 credits requirement by means of a standardized test score. accepted by the relevant department or by a Columbia. You are expected to complete these requirements within eight departmental placement exam which will be offered. semesters of study not including summer sessions during NSOP you should continue or begin a language. You must register for at least 12 and no more than 18 credits per in your first year. If you have no idea what you want to major in you, may start to explore various disciplines by taking an. elective in any department As a rule first year students. YOUR FIRST SEMESTER AT COLUMBIA are encouraged to take introductory courses which are. As an incoming first year student you will be preregistered in the usually at the 1000 or 2000 level You should also plan. fall for Masterpieces of Western Literature and Philosophy Literature to speak with your CSA adviser about which majors. Humanities a year long course and either University Writing might be a good match for you and about other resources. or Frontiers of Science each one semester This means you have and opportunities at Columbia that will help you explore. space in your schedule for two to three other classes which can your academic options. satisfy other Core requirements and explore potential majors If you intend to major in a science you should focus on. Study Abroad 37 Fellowships 37 Preparation for Future Professional Study Public Safety 37 Guide for New Students with information on planning your schedule required and elective courses campus resources and an overview of the requirements for your degree In mid July you will receive an email introducing you to your adviser who will be available in person or by phone or email to

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