School of Physical Summer Academic Sciences for Transfer

School of Physical Summer Academic Sciences for Transfer

School of Physical Summer Academic Sciences for Transfer Students Advising Student Affairs Office Academic Counselors Don Williams Mike Tawney Jillian LeMasterDwyer Location: 134 Rowland Hall Phone: (949) 824-6507 Website: Email: [email protected] Summer Hours: Mon Fri, 8:30 11:30 & 1:00 4:00

Peer Academic Advisors Jhealyn Rogers Candace Hart Asher Niu Bryan Reza Kenneth C. Janda, Dean TBA, Associate Dean Majors and Specializations/Concentrations and minors CHEMISTRY Biochemistry Chemical Education (with Secondary Teaching Certification option)

Agricultural Scientist Analytical Chemist Chemical Engineer Chemist Crime Lab Analyst Dentist Dietician EPA Inspector FDA Inspector Food Scientist/Technologist Forensic Chemist Geochemist Geologist Hospital/HMO Administrator Lawyer Museum Curator Nurse Optometrist Pharmaceuticals Pharmacologist Physician

Quality Assurance Laboratory Technician Soil Scientist Teacher, Science/Math Veterinarian Minor in Earth and EARTH SYSTEM SCIENCE, B.S. Geosciences Education with Secondary Teaching Cert ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE, B.A. Geosciences Education with Secondary

Teaching Cert Specializations: Atmospheric Science Oceanography Hydrology and Terrestrial Ecosystems Civil Engineer Environmental Analyst/Engineer Environmental Health Specialist EPA Inspector Forensic Investigator FDA Inspector Geo-Technician Hydrogeologist Meteorologist Mineralogist Naturalist Oceanographer Seismologist

Soil Scientist Scientist AtmosphericWater Sciences MATHEMATICS PHYSICS Math for Economics Applied and Computational Mathematical Biology Math for Education (with Secondary Teaching Certification) Applied Physics Astrophysics Biomedical Physics

Computational Physics Philosophy of Physics Physics Education (with Secondary Teaching Certification option) Accountant Actuary Auditor Banker Compensation/Benefits Manager Computer Programmer Cryptographer Database Administrator Economist Engineer Financial Investment Analyst Market Research Analyst Production Manager Programmer Analyst

Real Estate Broker Salary Analyst Statistician Teacher, Science/Math Technical Writer/Communicator Treasury Management Specialist Underwriter Weight Analyst Minor in Mathematics Minor in Mathematics for Biology Applied Physicist Architect Astronomer Astrophysicist Computer Programmer Design Engineer Engineering Mechanics Specialist

Environmental Analyst Forensic Scientist Geophysicist Health Physicist Instrumentation Technician Laboratory Technician Nuclear Medicine Technologist Optical Technician Plasma Physicist Project Manager Research & Development Engineer Research Assistant Science Laboratory Technician Seismologist Semi-Conductor Process Engineer Teacher, Science/Math UCI Cal Teach

ATTENTION PHYSICAL SCIENCES TRA A No Brainer for Students with Big Brains!! Expand Your Career Options Explore a math or science teaching career and learn from experienced math and science teachers in the Cal Teach 3-course series and paid internships. Get a head start on satisfying some state teacher certification requirements while you earn your bachelors degree from the School of Physical Sciences. Test Drive the Cal Teach Program Enroll now in Phys Sci 5, Introduction to Science & Math Teaching. Ours For more information, please contact:

Cal Teach Resource & Advising Center 949.824.0689 [email protected] Others Degree Requirements University Requirements Entry Level Writing (ELW) Required for admission as a transfer student, this should be completed American History & Institutions Probably already completed 2.0 GPA Minimum 180 quarter units Only 70 semester units (105 quarter units) can be transferred from a community college General Education Classes IGETC fulfills most of these

Categories I VIII School, Departmental, and Major Requirements Specific classes Reminder: Review the UCI Catalogue, now online. Other Requirements American History and Institutions (may be met in several ways): Most students have satisfied this requirement with high school work. International students, see a counselor for information on how to satisfy the requirement. Residence requirement At least 36 of the final 45 units completed by a student for the bachelor's degree must be earned in residence at the UCI campus. Normal progress toward degree Must follow the program of study required for your major and

graduate when done (normally in two years). Reminder: Nothing is Automatic Grade Requirement Minimum grade point average of at least C (2.0) is required: 1. Overall 2. In all of the courses required for and offered in the major program 3. In the upper-division courses required for and offered in the major program In any given quarter, if all three of these requirements are not met, you may be subject to probation or disqualification. If your quarterly GPA falls below 2.0, you may be subject to probation or disqualification. General Education (GE)

General Education categories I. Writing: lower- and upper-division II. Science and Technology III. Social and Behavioral Sciences IV. Arts and Humanities V. Quantitative, Symbolic, and Computational Reasoning VI. Language Other Than English VII. Multicultural Studies VIII.International/Global Issues IGETC fulfills all requirements

except upperdivision writing, which must be done at UCI UCI Homepage WebSOC and WebReg WebSOC and WebREG WebSOC and WebREG WebSOC and WebREG Step 1: Step 3: Click Add

Step 2: Enter 5-digit course code from WebSOC Click Send Request WebSOC and WebREG Thats it!! Youre enrolled!! Enrollment You can register for classes after ~orientation! Each quarter is 10 weeks long (Finals duringabout 11th week)

But what every other quarter? ~ WebSOC becomes available Week 6 ~ Check WebREG for Enrollment Window during Week 7 ~ Enrollment Windows open starting Week 8 ~ You have 48 hours to add/drop/modify classes: After your Window closes, you can access WebREG only between the hours of 7pm and 7am, until the Open Enrollment begins. Degree Audit Financial Aid and Fees and Financial Aid

Health Services E-Bills (paperless tuition bill) will be e-mailed to your UCI email address in late August Financial aid will be applied to fees automatically if you have enrolled in at least 6 units (need to take a minimum of 12 units) Health Insurance You are automatically enrolled You can waive out of the plan if you have comparable coverage Waiver deadline is Sept. 11th, but take care of this earlier Complete details can be found at: zotALERT UCI has introduced "zotAlert," an emergency alert system that uses text messages to quickly notify the UCI community of a natural disaster, crisis response

or need to secure the campus. Sign Up for zotAlert today!! You will need a "text-enabled" cell phone to sign up. Login to StudentAccess Things to do Complete Statement of Legal Residence Review New Student Website Submit transcripts and AP scores to Admissions, by July 1st! Enroll in classes Apply for a USHIP waiver: deadline September 11th Pay your fees: deadline September 15th Check your enrollment during Open Enrollment: beginning Sept 18th Update your local address at the Student

Access website UCI Resources and Experiences Financial Aid and Scholarships Student Housing Registrars office Disability Services Student Health - (USHIP) Ombudsman Career Center Libraries Anteater Recreation Center UCI Resources and Experiences Departmental tutoring Learning and Academic

Resource Center Placement Testing Cross Cultural Center ASUCI Volunteer Center Student Organizations Athletics Parking and Transportation UCI Resources and Experiences Counseling Center Bren Center Freshmen Seminars Peer Academic Advisors Departmental Clubs Double Majors, Minors Research/UROP Education Abroad Program (EAP)

Honors Programs/Courses Student Center Welcome Week (Sept 21 - Sept 25) Plan to attend these special events on Monday, September 21st: ~ New Student Convocation at 9:00am At Bren Events Center ~ Deans Welcome at 10:15am At various locations If you have any questions come find us during welcome, in our office: Rowland Hall, room 134. Classes begin: Academic Counselors Thursday, September 24th!

Don Williams, Mike Tawney, Jillian LeMaster-Dwyer UCI Bookstore Financial Aid Parking Office Aldrich Hall Student Center Rowland Hall Science

Library Parking Lots 12 and 16 Calc I = Math 2A Calc II = Math 2B Calc III = Math 2D and maybe 2E, check Assist. force/energy/momentum = Physics 7C/LC electricity/magnetism = Physics 7D/LD waves/optics = Physics 7E G-Chem = Chem 1A-B-3C-M2LA-M2LB or 1A-B-C-LC-LD hem = Chem 51A-B-C-LB-LC or 51A-B-C-M52LA-M52LB-M52LC What do I enroll in? lection

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