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The Academic Advising Center advises all General Studies
majors and assists students in selecting a major. Students
may visit an advisor on a walk in basis or by appointment
Make sure to check your UTEP email often!
Additional assistance provided at the AAC :
Major /Career Advising
Texas Success Initiative (TSI) Advising
Signing of Veteran’s Affairs Forms, Consortium Agreement
Forms (EPCC/UTEP Dual Enrollment), Course Drop Forms and
I-20 Letters
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TSI/Course Placement
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¿Que harías si…
tienes problemas familiares y/o medicas?
Tienes problemas con los medios de transporte?
Sientes que tu trabajo en clase se empieza a poner
muy complicado?
Empiezas un nuevo trabajo o a trabajar tiempo
completo?
Respuesta:
!!!VISITA A TU ASESOR ACADEMICO!!!
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Academic Advisor
Campus Computer Labs
Instructor/TA/Peer Leader
Course Materials
Syllabus (extra credit if available)
Classmates
UTEP Directory (www.utep.edu/search)
AAC Reference Guide (in your packet)
Blackboard/Moodle
En esta actividad podrás conocer a tus compañeros
y descubrir lo que tienen en común
Tendrás de 10-15 minutos para platicar, presentarte
y hallar a los que tengan el mismo rasgo que están
en la carta de UTEP Bingo
Cuando haigas hallado a una persona que se
identifique con el rasgo, escribe su nombre en el
cuadro
Intenta llenar todos los cuadros con nombres
Si llenas toda la cartilla, grita “UTEP BINGO!”
2
You will have 10-15 minutes to introduce
yourselves to other peers and interview them
When a square matches your peer’s trait, write their name
Try to fill your whole Bingo card with names
Walk around and mingle!
2
La meta de esta actividad es para descubrir
que cosas tenemos en común
Parte de ser exitoso en la universidad es
hacer conexiones con personas en tu clase
2
Se te darán tres calcomanías
Tendrás 5 minutos para poner las calcomanías en
las tres que consideres mas importantes para ti
2
You will have 10-15 minutes to introduce
Problemas
estacionamiento
o medios
yourselves con
to other
peers and interview
them de
transporte
When a square matches your peer’s trait, write their name
Dificultad para pagar la universidad
Las clases van a ser difíciles (o fáciles)
Try to fill your whole Bingo card with names
En clases grandes, el profesor no va a saber
quien soy yo
Preocupación para sacar buenas
Walk around and mingle!
calificaciones
Manejo de tiempo (trabajo, escuela, familia, y
tiempo personal)
DISCUSION EN GRUPO
AAC
Estudiantes cuyo primer idioma es el
español y/o cuyo idioma de instrucción a
nivel preparatoria no fue el inglés
Estudiantes en este programa toman clases
de ESOL para mejorar su nivel de inglés
ESOL = English for Speakers of Other
Languages (Inglés para Hablantes de Otros
Idiomas)
AAC
Se te dará asistencia por parte de un asesor
académico para seleccionar las clases que
vas a tomar el próximo semestre
Tu examen de ubicación determinará en qué
nivel de inglés vas a comenzar
Los estudiantes con un nivel bajo de ESOL
podrán tomar clases en español del tronco
común para facilitar la transición a clases
impartidas en inglés
AAC
Estudiante de PIE
≥ 1000
Monolingüe
Bilingüe
PAA
TOEFL
500 - 599
≤ 999
≤ 499
Admisión en UTEP
Compass ESL
TSI Assessment
≥ 600
Secuencia de escritura y lectura
Pre-College Level Courses
College Level Courses
RWS
1302
RWS
1301
ENGL
0312
HIST
1301
HIST
1302
PSYC
1301
POLS
2310
POLS
2311
SOCI
1301
Reading- Intensive Courses
Secuencia de escritura y lectura
Pre-College Level Courses
College Level Courses
Eligible to declare major
GPA ≥ 2.00
ESOL
1910
ESOL
1610
Calificas para cursos bilingües
ESOL 1406
+
ESOL 1309
ESOL 1311
+
ESOL 1310*
ESOL
1312
*ESOL 1310 dependiendo de ubicación, ESOL 1310 se
tomara en le mismo semestre que ESOL 1311; es un
prerrequisito para ESOL 1312
Liberal Arts
ONLY
ESOL
2303**
**See degree evaluation
for college requirements.
AAC
Pre-College Level Courses
College Level Courses
Puedes seleccionar
un programa académico
GPA ≥ 2.00
ESOL
1910
ESOL
1610
ESOL 1406
+
ESOL 1309
ESOL 1311
+
ESOL 1310*
ESOL
1312
Liberal
Arts Majors
ESOL
2303
Calificas para cursos bilingües
*ESOL 1310 dependiendo de ubicación, ESOL 1310 se
tomara en le mismo semestre que ESOL 1311; es un
prerrequisito para ESOL 1312
ESOL 1311
+
NCBL L010**
ESOL
1312
Liberal
Arts Majors
ESOL
2303
**Este curso se requiere con una ubicación exacta
PUEDE QUE NECESITES CLASES DE ESOL ADICIONALES DEPENDIENDO DE TU CARRERA
AAC
Puedes cambiar tu programa académico
(major) después de que pases ESOL 1610 o
un ESOL más alto
Visita a tu asesor académico durante el
semestre con el fin de llenar una forma para
cambiar tu plan de estudio
Tu asesor académico te explicará tu nuevo
plan de estudio o te referirá al departamento
apropiado
State mandate designed to ensure students have basic academic skills
to be successful in college
Assess skills in math, writing, and reading prior to enrolling in college
Compass and TSI Assessment used to determine placement
Students who do not meet college-level score standards are required to
enroll in developmental courses
Developmental course placement = TSI Hold
Passing a developmental course or placing into a college-level course
in Math, Writing, and/or Reading will meet the TSI requirement for that
section
Compass ESL
Placement test to determine starting point for reading and writing
Scores are valid for one year
TSI Assessment
Placement test to determine starting point for reading, writing,
and math
TSI Assessment scores are valid for 5 years from test date
 Retake will be needed if scores expire and no earned Math
credit
 Take math your first semester
DE classes prepare students for college-level courses
Start with a ‘0’ (MATH 0311)
Do not count towards degree requirements or GPA
Courses are worth 3 credit hours & impact part-time vs full time status
Only an advisor can register students into these classes
Enrollment is recommended every semester until complete
Cannot drop DE courses without seeing advisor
Developmental Courses
College Level Courses
Math
Options
ABE
ABE
NCBM M031
(4 weeks)
MATH 0311
(12 weeks)
OR
DE
MATH 0311
(16 weeks)
MATH
1508*
MATH
1411
MATH
1320
MATH
2301
MATH
1320
STAT
1380
MATH
1319
MATH
1312
MATH
2313
Developmental Courses
College Level Courses
READING
RWS
1302
RWS
1301
ENGL
0312
HIST
1301
HIST
1302
PSYC
1301
POLS
2310
POLS
2311
SOCI
1301
Reading- Intensive Courses
WRITING
Eligible to declare major
GPA ≥ 2.00
ESOL
1910
ESOL
1610
Calificas para cursos bilingües
ESOL 1406
+
ESOL 1309
ESOL 1311
+
ESOL 1310*
ESOL
1312
*ESOL 1310 dependiendo de ubicación, ESOL 1310 se
tomara en le mismo semestre que ESOL 1311; es un
prerrequisito para ESOL 1312
Liberal Arts
ONLY
ESOL
2303**
**See degree evaluation
for college requirements.
Core Curriculum
42-semester credit hour core curriculum required
Specific core courses required depending on
major
Must earn ‘C’ or better
Texas Common Core – will transfer to any Texas
public institution
This part of the presentation will help you
through the advising process
Take out your placement sheet
Take out your core sheet
Have a pencil or pen ready for note taking
6 credits total
Students whose secondary education was not in English
 ESOL 1311 – Expository English Composition-Speakers ESL (C)
 ESOL 1312 - Research & Critical Writing Speakers ESL (C)
Students whose secondary education was in English
 RWS 1301 – Rhetoric and Composition I
 RWS 1302 – Rhetoric and Composition II
 *RWS 1601 - Rhetoric, Composition & Communication
 *COMM 1611 – Written and Oral Communication
*Not recommended for most majors: RWS 1302 may be a pre-req
for other courses
3-5 credits (choice of one class depending on major)
MATH 1319 – Math in the Modern World
MATH 1320 – Mathematics for Social Sciences I
Most Liberal Arts majors
except PSYC and CRIJ
Business, PSYC B.A.,
CRIJ and Pre-Nursing
MATH 1508 – Pre-calculus
MATH 1411 – Calculus I
Science, Engineering, PSYC B.S., and
Education 4-8 Math
MATH 2301 – Math for Social Sciences II
Business
MATH 2326 – Differential Equations
STAT 1380 – Descriptive and Inferential Statistics
STAT 2480 – Statistical Methods
Education: Grades 4-8
English & Social
Studies & EC-6:
Generalist, Bilingual &
Special Education
6 credits total – 2 lectures and 1 lab required
 ASTR 1307 Elementary Astronomy
 ASTR 1308
 ASTR 1107
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BIOL 1203 Introductory/Human Biology
BIOL 1103
BIOL 1204
BIOL
1104
These
courses have math pre-requisites
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BIOL 1305
BIOL 1107
BIOL 1306
BIOL 1108
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BIOL 2311
BIOL 2111
BIOL 2313
BIOL 2113
General/Organismal Biology
Which science to take?
 ESCI 1301
 ESCI 1101
 ESCI 1102
Introduction to Environmental
Sciences
 GEOG 1306
Physical Geography
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GEOL 1211
GEOL 1111
GEOL 1212
GEOL 1112
 GEOL 1230
 GEOL 1231
Principals of Earth Science
Blue Planet/Natural Hazards
Introduction to
 GEOL 1313
Human Anatomy/ Physiology I & II
Physical/Historical Geology
 GEOL 1103
Six (6) credit hours fulfill core requirements,
 GEOL 1314
Of Nutrition/
Wellness
based on major
some students Fund.
will need
to
 GEOL 1104
Dynamics
take more
 HSCI 2302
General Physics I & II
CHEM 1305 General Chemistry I & II
 HSCI 2303
Sequence and labs are requiredIntroductory
for specific
CHEM 1105
CHEM 1306
majors- see advisor
 PHYS 1403
Mechanics/
CHEM 1106
 PHYS 1404
Electromagnetism
Two
(2)
non-related
science
courses
can be taken IF the
 CHEM1407 Introductory Chemistry
 PHYS 2420
major allows-see
advisor
 CHEM 1408 I & II
PHYS 2421
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3 credits (choice of one class)
Recommended for
ENGL 2311 - British Literature to late 1700s
ENGL/CRWI with
ENGL 2312 - British Literature late 1700s to present
Secondary Ed minors
ENGL 2313 - Introduction to American Fiction
ENGL 2314 - Introduction to American Drama
ENGL 2318 - Introduction to American Poetry
FREN 2322 – The Making of the “Other Americas”
HIST 2301 - World History to 1500
Recommended for HIST
HIST 2302 - World History since 1500
and Social Studies majors
PHIL 1301 - Introduction to Philosophy
Recommended for PHIL &
PHIL 2306 – Ethics
BUSN majors
RS 1301 – Introduction to Religious Studies
SPAN 2340 – Seeing & Naming: Conversations about
Latin American Culture
 WS 2300 – Introduction to Women’s Studies
Almost all courses in the
Humanities Core block are
 WS 2350 – Global Feminism
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sophomore level. Wait
until you are a sophomore
to take these.
3 credits (choice of one class)
 ART 1300 – Art Appreciation
 ARTH 1305 – History of World Art to 1500
Recommended for
Art majors
 ARTH 1306 – History of World Art since 1500
 MUSL 1321 – Introduction to Music History
Departmental Approval
Required
 MUSL 1324 – Music in Western Societies
 MUSL 1327 – Jazz to Rock
 DANC 1304 – Dance Appreciation
 FILM 1390 – Introduction to the Art of Motion Picture
 THEA 1313 - Introduction to Theatre Arts
6 credits (both classes are required)
 HIST 1301 – History of the U.S. to 1865
 HIST 1302 – History of the U.S. since 1865
These are reading intensive courses!
6 credits (both classes are required)
 POLS 2310 – Introduction to Politics
 POLS 2311 – American Government and Politics
These are reading intensive courses!
Bilingual in the
Fall & Spring
3 credits (choice of one class)
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ANTH 1301- Introduction to Physical Anthropology
Recommended for
ANTH majors
ANTH 1302- Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
CE 2326- Economics for Engineers & Scientists
COMM 2350 – Mass Media and Society
Recommended for ENGR majors
ECON 2303 - Principles of Economics
ECON 2304 - Principles of Economics
Recommended for Social Studies and
ANTH/SOCI 1310- Cultural Geography
HIST majors with Secondary Ed minor
EDPC 1301 – Introduction To Educational Psychology
EDU 1342 – Action Research in Classrooms ECON recommended for BUSN majors
ANTH/ENGL/LING 2320 – Introduction to Linguistics
LING 2340- Language Inside and Out: Select Topics
Recommended for LING majors
PSYC 1301- Introduction to Psychology
SOCI 1301- Introduction to Sociology
Recommended
for PSYC intensive
majors
These are reading
Recommendedcourses!
for SOCI majors
6 credits (choice of two classes)
 BUSN 1301- Introduction to Global Business
Recommended for
BUSN majors
 COMM 1301 – Public Speaking
 COMM 1302 – Business and Professional Communication
 CS 1310 – Introduction to Computer Programming
Recommended for
Computer Science majors
 CS 1320 – Computer Programming Science/Engineering
 SCI 1301 – Inquiry in Math/Science & the Process of Learning
 UNIV 1301- Seminar Critical Inquiry
Recommended for most other
majors – take first semester
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Regular Terms
Summer Terms
Maymester
Wintermester
These are the most common, check Goldmine for other types of terms.
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Most degrees require approximately 120 credit hours…
when will you graduate?
Year One:
Fall
Spring
Summer
Total
15 hrs.
15 hrs.
30 hrs.
Year Two:
Fall
Spring
Summer
Total
15 hrs.
15 hrs.
60 hrs.
Year Three:
Fall
Spring
Summer
Total
15 hrs.
15 hrs.
90 hrs.
Year Four:
Fall
Spring
Summer
Total
15 hrs.
15 hrs.
120 hrs.
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Course detail information is for illustration purposes only
CRN
Subject and Course
Number
Credits
Days
Time
Building and Room
Number
12295
ESOL 1610
6
MWF
11:30-12:20 am
LART 301
TR
12:00 – 1:20 am
EDUC 201
14587
MATH 0311
3
MW
7:30 – 8:50 am
EDUC 302
15789
UNIV 1301
3
MWF
9:30 – 10:20 am
UGLC 206
16879
HIST 1301
3
TR
10:30 – 11:20 am
LARTS 209
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CRN
Subject &
Course No.
Days
Time
Location
Contact Info
747-7618
UGLC 344
11364 UNIV 1301
MWF
9:30-10:20 am
UGLC 208
11749 HIST 1301
MWF
12:30-1:20 pm
LART 305
12653 HIST 1301
MWF
1:30-2:20 pm
LART 305
14433 POLS 2310
TR
3:00-4:20 pm
UGLC 342
14440
TR
1:30-2:50 pm
UGLC 216
POLS 2311
747-5508
LARTS 320
747-5227
Benedict Hall 111
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