Dates to Remember
|Orientation Week||August 23– August 26|
|Classes begin||Thursday, Aug. 27|
|Transfer student Orientation||TBD|
|International student Orientation||August 23|
Fall 2020 incoming students:
EE Advisor: Judy Burl, firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
CpE Advisor: Liz Fujita, firstname.lastname@example.org
Fall schedules will be entered by Judy or Liz after all your transfer credits have been processed (or you can register online, yourself). Work with Judy or Liz to ensure you are registered in correct courses.
Send in an official copy of your transcript as soon as possible (to MTU Admissions), right after course completion. If you completed a programming course, send the syllabus to email@example.com to request possible CS (Computer Science) credit. If you have AP credit - have your AP scores sent to MTU Admissions asap.
First-year students/Freshmen and transfer students with less than 30 credits
Course schedules are determined based on your ACT math score, unless you have transfer or AP credit for an MTU equivalent math course. The Registrar's Office will schedule your ‘Cohort' courses: MAth, ENGineering and CHemistry or PHysics, in mid-July. View your schedule on Banweb (MyMichiganTech) beginning mid-July.
Computer Engineers: Take the CS knowledge assessment before you arrive, preferably in June. The purpose is to place students in the appropriate programming course, CS1121 or CS1131. You may continue to review and practice, then re-take the assessment during orientation week if you wish. Email Dr. Leo Ureel to gain access to the assessment, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Electrical Engineers: CH 1150/1151, University Chemistry is required for Electrical Engineering majors. Carefully choose the correct starting chemistry course for you. If you are not well-prepared for CH1150/1151, take CH1000 first. A chemistry course will be scheduled for you. You may switch to the correct Chem course during orientation week or during summer - Send an email to email@example.com to switch your chemistry course. Include your first and last name, and your student ID number (M#).
Electrical Engineers who are considering a Computer Science minor or a double-major with Computer Engineering - take the CS Knowledge Assessment in summer or during orientation week.
Pre-calculus - if you are not ready for calculus
If you begin in a pre-calculus Math course, view suggested fall schedule for students starting in MA 1031, or MA1032. MA1031 and MA1032 students will take ENG1001 in fall, then ENG1100 in spring in lieu of ENG1101. MA 1030 students will have similar fall schedule, but no ENGineering course. MA1030 students will take ENG1101 in semester 3 with Calculus I, MA1160/61.
More on the Chemistry Decision
Read here to select the correct Chemistry course for you. We strongly urge students to register for their appropriate chemistry course during or before Orientation Week. CH 1153 is optional recitation section, (strongly recommended) for a weekly review and practice of chemistry problems. Take CH 1000 prior to CH 1150/1151/1153 if not yet well-prepared for University Chemistry.
CH1150/1151 may count in math/science electives for Computer Engineers.
If you have a learning disability, and wish to learn about accommodations, contact 906-487-2212 or email Dr. Christy Oslund at firstname.lastname@example.org. It is best to be informed before or soon after you arrive.
HASS Requirements (Humanities, Social Sciences & Arts electives)
First-Year students can take a Critical Thinking or Social Responsibility Core course, or lower-level HASS elective courseif you need more credits.
E-mail Judy or Liz if you have questions: email@example.com
Freshmen: You will have an advising meeting in your first semester to review details of your program with your academic advisor and plan your spring 2020 classes.
Double-major: Students planning a double major with Computer Engineering (CpE) and Electrical Engineering (EE) – A sample CpE/EE Double-major flowchart will be available Orientation Week. EE majors who are considering this, should take the CS Knowledge Assessment. You may add a double-major after the semester begins.
Read and get to know the General Education core & HASS lists.
Study abroad - explore the possibilities.
Schedule of Classes - practice finding courses offered.