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REGISTRATION INFORMATION GUIDE OBJECTIVES These slides contain information to help you prepare for the Fall 2021 course registration batch scheduling process. Please use the information as a guide to help prepare for your advising meeting and as a reference as you pre-register for courses to later receive a course schedule. MyPurdue Resources Reminders • Using MyPurdue Plan • Summer/Transfer Credit Approval Process • Look Up Classes • CNIT Credit by Exam • CIT Brightspace Fall 2021 Updates • NENT Fall 2020 Updates • Clear Holds • CNIT Major Reminders • Tentative Course Offerings • Interdisciplinary Selectives • CSEC Selectives • Business Selective • SAAD Selectives • Minors and Certificates • Overrides • Co-Curricular (Professional IT Exp.) • Apply to graduate • CIT Independent Study • COM/Pro Speaking – Extended • Language Placement Testing options • Financial Aid • Restricted courses • Center for Career Opportunities
ACADEMIC ADVISING APPOINTMENT CHECKLIST HOME 1. Remove account holds. Log into myPurdue, go to the Registration Tab and view “Do I have any holds? This semester, you received the requirement to respond Gallup-Purdue Index (GPI) survey. 2. Review the CIT Registration Website 3. Open myPurdue plan Here to see which courses are left to complete in your plan (CONSULT CRITICAL PATH documents on CIT Registration Website) 4. Prepare a list of at least 5-6 priority courses and alternatives for each course to share with your advisor during your meeting. • For required CNIT courses, there may be no need to list an alternative. • For IT Selectives, Cyber Selectives, SAAD Selectives, and Other Departmental Course Selectives (BSS/Humanities, etc.) please list 2-3 alternatives where possible. 5. Respond to advisor Qualtrics Survey (if received: not all advisors will be using) and make Boiler Connect appointment when email invitation is sent. Boiler Connect appointments require 12 hour advance scheduling. 6. During your advising meeting, discuss advisor course recommendations and any other concerns (minors/certificates, myPurduePlan programming, etc.) and update Course Request Form (CRF) 7. Submit CRF in Scheduling Assistant. PINs will be put in Boiler Connect Notes • All Advising Appointments must be completed prior April 12 • Students will receive notice of finalized schedules on April 21 • Open Registration begins April 22 (Student will need PIN for changes) – PLEASE discuss with advisor before making any changes
MyPurdue Resources Reminders, tips and tricks on how to utilize Look Up Classes and your myPurdue Plan
SELECTING COURSES HOME UTILIZE MYPURDUE PLAN Verify that your Major and Minors are correct on the top Right of your myPurdue Plan: When reviewing your myPurdue Plan, there are several blocks to pay close attention to: This is the summary block: It lists all other blocks in your plan. The University Core Curriculum and Statewide Core are designed to be fulfilled with your major degree requirements, so please be sure that no course ONLY fulfills a core curriculum requirement, as that course may not actually be needed. Courses needed will map to Major Requirements and Additional Courses
MYPURDUE PLAN COURSE PLANNING HOME HELPFUL TOOL TO BE SURE YOUR FUTURE COURSES FULFILL DEGREE REQUIREMENTS When selecting courses you want to register for, please use the “What-If” tool in myPurdue Plan: Use the Choose Your Future Classes tool (all settings for your primary area of study must be filled in): • Add each course you plan to take • Then Process What If • You should see the courses you listed in BLUE Please be sure that no course ONLY fulfills a University or Statewide core curriculum requirement, as that course may not actually be needed.
MYPURDUE LOOK UP CLASSES HOME For detailed class information: Look up classes will provide you meeting times, inform you of a lab requirement, pre-requisite courses, major restrictions (R) and various other helpful information to plan for your schedule.
LOOK UP CLASSES: ADVANCED SEARCH HOME This advanced feature allows you to see second 8-week courses, online courses, course offering part of term, summer modules.
Fall 2021 Updates Please read over this section thoroughly for items specific to your plan of study.
The Gallup-Purdue Index (GPI) BEFORE YOU PRE-REGISTER – CLEAR HOLDS HOME Verify there are no HOLDS on your record: you can view in myPurdue on the Registration Tab Each spring semester you will be asked to respond the Gallup-Purdue Index (GPI) survey. https://www.purdue.edu/registrar/currentStudents/students/holds.html Some holds signify the student is restricted from enrolling in classes and/or obtaining academic transcripts or applying to graduate at Purdue University. Some common holds are: Flu Shot Immunization Respect Boundaries Program DD - No direct deposit authorization on file (does not impact Pre-Registration or any other process: is an FYI) RF - Financial Aid Refund Hold RO - Bursar Recurring Payments M1 - Initial Student Medical Insurance FR – Financial Responsibility EC – Emergency Contact INQUIRIES: Students can verify holds through myPurdue. For specific information, contact the office that placed the hold. Contact information is listed in myPurdue with the Hold. .
FALL 2021 TENTATIVE COURSE OFFERINGS CRITICAL PATH DOCUMENTS HOME The CIT Majors Fall and Summer 2021 Tentative Course Offering List • Please review this document for the following: • Correct semester offering information; this may not match other websites, myPurduePlan, etc. • Courses offered once per year • 50000 Level Graduate Course Offerings and Undergraduate student Pre-requisites • Major Specific approved selectives Review the “Typically Offered” column to see if the course is offered in the Fall, Spring or Summer Examples: Fall Only: CNIT 34010, 32200, 34000, 37200, 41500, 45500, 47000, 51100 Spring Only: CNIT 34210 and 34220, 39200, 47100, 51200 Review the Critical Path Document(s) for your Major(s) here: (This provides the order and semester in which courses must be taken to meet four year graduation.) https://polytechnic.purdue.edu/degrees/computer-and-information-technology/advising/registration
CYBERSECURITY (CSEC) MAJOR UPDATES HOME CYBERSECURITY SELECTIVES The following courses have been approved to satisfy the CSEC selective requirements for Fall and Summer 2021. Please consult your academic advisor if you have questions. (Your myPurduePlan may require a manual update by your advisor – this will not happen immediately. Consult advisor if concerned before dropping.) Course Title (short) REQUISITES or PRE-APPROVED SUBSTITUTE Instructor Advanced Coding CNIT 31500 minimum grade of C- (only CSEC majors may enroll until April 21: If space CNIT41500 Security remains CIT CNIT, NENT or SADD majors may enroll beginning April 22) Springer Advanced CNIT48101ACF Cyberforensics CNIT 42000 minimum grade of C- Karabiyik Cloud Computing and CNIT 24200 & CNIT 34400 OR 34500 minimum grades of C- Fall 2021-Course offering CNIT48101CCI Infrastructure dependent upon resources: student must have alternate TBA Critical Infrastructure CNIT 34000 OR 34010 & CNIT 34400 OR 34500 minimum grades of C- Fall 2021-Course CNIT48101CIS Sec offering dependent upon resources: student must have alternate Hands Foundations in Homeland Security CNIT51100 Studies Senior Standing Dietz CNIT52300 File System Forensics CNIT 42000 (minimum grade of C-) and CSEC Major Khan Advanced Research Topic in Cyber CNIT55700 Forensics CNIT 42000 (minimum grade of C-) and CSEC Major Karabiyik Adv Res Tpc In CNIT58100AC Blockchain Tech CNIT 32200 & CNIT 37000 minimum grade of B-, CSEC Major and Instructor Permission Sun The Internet of Things CNIT 34600 minimum grade of C- and (CNIT 34400 minimum grade of C- or CNIT 34500 CNIT58100DF minimum grade of C-) and Instructor permission Smith Summer Large Event Mgmt & CNIT58100E Plan Instructor Permission Dietz CNIT58100MF Malware Forensics CNIT 42000 minimum grade of C- and CSEC Major Khan
CYBERSECURITY (CSEC) MAJOR UPDATES HOME CYBERSECURITY CONTINUED CSEC Course Substitutes: • For more UNIX experience, consider taking CNIT 34000 UNIX Administration (3 credits) instead of CNIT 34010 UNIX Fundamentals (34000 will fulfill the CNIT 34010 degree requirement) • Any student who has taken CNIT 24000 prior to fall 2016 may use CNIT 24000 as a Cybersecurity selective in the Cybersecurity major.
SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND DESIGN (SAAD) MAJOR UPDATES HOME SAAD SELECTIVES The following courses have been approved to satisfy the SAAD selective requirements in Fall and Summer 2021. Please consult your academic advisor if you have questions. (Your myPurduePlan may require a manual update by your advisor – this will not happen immediately. Consult advisor if concerned before dropping.) Course Title (short) REQUISITES or PRE-APPROVED SUBSTITUTE Instructor Fall Technology CNIT48101TC Commercialization Junior or Senior Standing in CIT Bentley Fall Six Sigma Data Quality for CNIT 28000 minimum grade of C- and (STAT 22500 or 30100 or CNIT48200 Continuous Improvement 50100 or 51100 minimum grade D-) Laux, Chad Fall Organizational Impact of CNIT55000 Information Technology CNIT 38000 minimum grade of C- and SAAD Major Bentley Fall & Summer Quality Management in Senior, SAAD Major, Overall GPA 3.0; CNIT 48000 minimum grade CNIT55300 Information Technology B & Instructor Permission Dittman Summer CNIT58600 IT Requirements Mgmt Senior Standing by Fall Semester Dittman
COURSE OVERRIDES HOME COMMON OVERRIDES FOR CIT STUDENTS Some courses require overrides before you are able to register for the course. Pre-Requisite Overrides CNIT 25501, 27000, 27200 • If you earned credit for CNIT 15501 (CS 17700, CS 18000, etc.), you will need a Pre-Requisite Override. This can be entered during your Advising Appointment so no further action will be needed after the schedule run. If prompted by Scheduling Assistant, please submit the request for faster processing. Credit Hour Override • If you are planning to take more than 18 credit hours for the semester, you will need to request an override to allow you to do so. • Overall GPA of 3.0 required. • Discuss this with your advisor during your Advising meeting. Selective Course Restrictions • Some subjects may place major specific restrictions on courses. • Students will need to follow instructions provided by the offering department through emails generated and sent from SpecialRegistration email@example.com and/or in Look Up Classes notes. • Courses may not be available until open registration begins and continue through the week(s) following open registration • See the following slide as a guide in requesting overrides
OVERRIDE REQUESTS HOME When an override request is needed in scheduling assistant, you should enter a detailed comment in the message window for each course for which you are requesting an override: these errors will appear after the schedule posts on March 22. If you have submitted your request form prior to March 22nd, the override requests, if needed, will automatically be generated on March 22nd for you. You must go in to Scheduling Assistant and update these override requests with appropriate notes. You should then leave a comment explaining your rationale for requesting the override. If there are multiple courses you need overrides for, please be aware that all the comments will go in one box. You will need to be clear to indicate which comment goes with which course. GER 10100: I have no prior course experience in this subject 0and would like to enroll. MGMT 44428: I am pursing the MGMT minor and would like to enroll. I am also a Fall 2021 Candidate to graduate.
ARE YOU PLANNING TO GRADUATE IN SUMMER OR FALL 2021? HOME YOU WILL APPLY FOR GRADUATION THROUGH MYPURDUE PORTAL Clear any Holds from your Record and then go to the Academics Tab Destination Graduation Apply for Graduation – we recommend applying the semester prior to your expected graduation semester.* oIf you are a Dual Major (outside of the Polytechnic), or a Certificate Candidate, you must apply to graduate from each program. For in person ceremonies, the first college you apply to will be the college of commencement participation. Apply first to your primary major, and then any dual major or certificate program. *See the following screenshots to guide oApplying early will ensure that your you through the application: myPurduePlan is up-to-date for your graduation semester and that you will receive https://www.purdue.edu/commencement the necessary graduation and commencement /students/StudentHowToApply.html information from the Office of the Registrar. oYour myPurduePlan will appear as 100% If you have followed all steps and you after all courses are completed and grades have posted. do not have access, email firstname.lastname@example.org
UPDATES FOR ALL COMPUTER & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY STUDENTS HOME Updated Communication and Professional Speaking Selective Options Your myPurduePlan worksheet may not reflect all of these courses as options, however, they are approved. Advisors will update your worksheets after the course in completed in subsequent Advising meetings. Students are required to choose one option from each list for a total of 6 credits. *Note that deviation from your plan of study may result in you not obtaining the Cornerstone Certificate. COMMUNICATIONS SELECTIVE PROFESSIONAL SPEAKING SELECTIVE COM 21000 Debating Public Issues COM 31500 Speech Communication of COM 21200 Approaches to the Study of Interpersonal Technical Information* Communication COM 32000 Small Group Communication COM 22400 Communicating in the Global Workplace COM 25100 Communication, Information, and Society COM 32500 Interviewing: Principles and COM 30300 Intercultural Communications Practice COM 31400 Advanced Presentational Speaking* COM 41500 Discussion of Technical Problems COM 31500 Speech Communication of Technical Information* COM 31800 Principles of Persuasion *You cannot take both COM COM 32000 Small Group Communication 314 and 315 as they are the COM 32400 Introduction to Organizational same course outcomes. Communication
UPDATES FOR ALL COMPUTER & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY STUDENTS CONTINUED HOME Students in the noted majors will be given priority registration in the following course. If you are selecting one of these courses are not in the noted major, be sure to add an alternate course to your course request form. If space remains, you may request the course during open registration – Beginning April 22 CSEC Majors Only until Open Registration • CNIT 32200 Research Methodology & Design • CNIT 34010 Unix Fundamentals • CNIT 34400 Network Engineering Fundamentals • CNIT 37000 Introduction To Cryptography • CNIT 41500 Advanced Coding Security • CNIT 42000 Basic Cyber Forensics
AFTER YOU PRE-REGISTER… HOME • March 22, the schedule of classes will be published. If you have met with your advisor and submitted your course requests prior to this date, you need to go back in and make changes based on the information provided in the schedule of classes. You may request permission in restricted courses at this time. • If you have submitted your request form prior to March 22nd, the override requests, if needed, will automatically be generated on March 22nd for you. You must go in to Scheduling Assistant and update these override requests with appropriate notes. • April 21, A guide will be sent to all students from CIT-Announcments@purdue.edu outlining steps to take if you did not receive a full schedule. • April 22, you will receive an email from the Registrar when your schedule has been finalized. You can then view your schedule from Week-at-a-Glance on the left side of the Academic tab on myPurdue. You will need to enter a date that is within the appropriate semester. • Before classes start in fall, confirm your enrollment. (Enrollment confirmation can be completed on the Academic tab on myPurdue.) • Pay your fees by the due date indicated. (A fee statement will not be generated until you register.) • Monitor your schedule periodically on Week-at-a-Glance. Classes occasionally get moved, changed, or canceled. It is your responsibility to check your schedule and make any changes necessary. • Read your Purdue email regularly. You may be notified if any changes have been made to your schedule.
Reminders Read through the following information for updates and reminders of important information to keep in mind when scheduling.
SUMMER 2021 REGISTRATION REMINDER HOME Check myPurdue for your time ticket to view the time you may begin to register for classes on the first day of your window. To view your time ticket through myPurdue, log into your myPurdue account, Registration Tab and you will see “Registration Status-Time Ticket” You will use your Spring/Summer 2021 Registration PIN located in your BoilerConnect Report. Unsure what this means? To enroll in classes follow this step-by-step video. Verify the Holds section. If you do have holds on your account, you will need to get those taken care of before you can register. Additional Resources: Think Summer: https://www.purdue.edu/thinksummer/ Summer online offerings with dates: https://www.purdue.edu/thinksummer/courses/online.php Summer Tuition: https://www.purdue.edu/bursar/tuition/feerates/2020-2021/summer.php Summer Financial Aid: https://www.purdue.edu/thinksummer/summer-session/financial-aid.php
CIT TRANSFER CREDIT APPROVAL PROCESS HOME If you would like to take a course at another College or University that will transfer to the CIT plan of study, please submit a CIT Transfer Credit Approval form prior to taking the course. We recommend completing the form at least one month prior to enrolling. This will allow you time to enroll as a guest at the offering university. After completing the course with a C- or better, you must have the official transcript sent from the institution to Purdue Admissions electronically to: email@example.com or by mail to: Purdue University Office of Admissions 475 Stadium Mall Drive West Lafayette, IN 47907 CIT Transfer Credit Approval Form
CNIT CREDIT BY EXAM HOME CIT ACADEMIC POLICIES AND GUIDELINES FOR ADMITTED STUDENTS CIT students may earn credit by exam in up to four CNIT courses on their plan of study. To be eligible for credit by exam a student must be either newly admitted to the program or a currently enrolled student who has not received any grade (including WF or I) or a directed grade in the course for which he/she seeks credit by exam. The student must also not have previously taken any part of the equivalency test for the course in question. The student is expected to be well-versed with all of the course objectives and course topics either through similar courses taken at another educational institution and/or through practical experiences. CNIT courses available for credit by exam are: • CNIT 15501 • CNIT 17600 • CNIT 18000 • CNIT 25501 • CNIT 27200 Contact the instructor of record, available on Schedule of Classes in myPurdue, for more information. You must provide a Form 231 (Advanced Credit/Placement Exam Authorization Form) from your advisor to the instructor prior to taking the exam.
BRIGHTSPACE CIT STUDENTS INFORMATION ONLY COURSE HOME SIGN UP FOR CIT INFORMATION BRIGHTSPACE COURSE A reminder about an important Brightspace course exclusively for you. Don’t worry, this course has no tuition, homework, quizzes, labs, or exams - It’s just filled with information to help you make the most of your experience in CIT: • Registration Information o Pilot course descriptions – what are those 48101’s and 58100’s about? o Course syllabi • Credit by exam (test-out) information o What courses offer them and how/when can I sign up? • Faculty office hours • CIT Student Council information • Job postings • Recruiting lists • Competitions/Events/Hackathon information o Once enrolled in the course, these will show up in your Brightspace calendar • Announcements of important information you’ll not want to miss To get access to all of this information, go to https://www.training.purdue.edu/CITStudentInfo and enroll in the course today!
NETWORK ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY (NENT) MAJOR UPDATES HOME NENT: FALL 2020 PLAN OF STUDY UPDATES – AVAILABLE TO ALL NENT & NENT/CSEC STUDENTS Changes to the Fall 2020 NENT Plan of Study: https://catalog.purdue.edu/preview_program.php?catoid=13&poid=16692&returnto=16344 Science and Lab Science Requirements: Students on the Fall 2020 (or newer) plan of study may now choose from the University Core rather than being required to take Physics. Students are still required to take a minimum of 3 credit hours of a science with a lab component. Approved list of courses: http://www.purdue.edu/provost/initiatives/curriculum/course.html (Science (SCI)) See approved list of courses typically offered with lab component at: https://catalog.purdue.edu/preview_program.php?catoid=13&poid=16923 Interdisciplinary Selective requirements: Students on the Fall 2020 (or newer) plan of study are now required to complete nine credits of Interdisciplinary Selective credits. If interested in updating your record, speak with your Advisor.
COMPUTER & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (CNIT) MAJOR UPDATES HOME No CNIT required course updates. Declare a non-computing minor or certificate with your advisor if you have not already done so. You may view requirements here: https://catalog.purdue.edu/ • Choose your year of admission to Purdue. • On the left hand side, you will see links to view requirements for Undergraduate Certificates and Undergraduate Minors. Additional Interdisciplinary course Updates • Discuss with your Advisor • Available to students who have declared a non-computing minor or certificate
INTERDISCIPLINARY SELECTIVES HOME CIT plans of study provide either the requirement or the option of adding non-computing minors or certificates to fulfill Interdisciplinary (I/D) Selectives. Each plan of study has a different number of required I/D credits. Students may choose any non-computing minor to fulfill the requirements. Many minors require courses that are also required on CIT plans of study, which allow for students to complete minors while also completing major degree requirements. In turn, this may mean the minor does not fulfill all interdisciplinary requirements. Consult your advisor to understand what may/may not count. Courses used to fulfill specific requirements on your plan of study cannot also be used to fulfill the interdisciplinary requirement. For example, TECH 12000 is a required course, therefore it cannot also count as an interdisciplinary selective. Students on the NENT and CSEC plan of study can also pick from a prescribed list of courses rather than declaring a minor to fulfill this requirement. For a listing of minors, certificates and requirements, go to https://catalog.purdue.edu/ You must complete the required number of Interdisciplinary Selectives credits as listed on your plan of study. (For your reference, see next slides for options to complete Additional Interdisciplinary Selectives credits.) Your advisor will discuss how the chosen minor course credits could apply to your plan of study.
INTERDISCIPLINARY SELECTIVES ADMINISTRATION MEMO CNIT-SAAD HOME
INTERDISCIPLINARY SELECTIVES ADMINISTRATION MEMO CSEC-NENT HOME
UPDATES FOR ALL COMPUTER & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY STUDENTS HOME BUSINESS SELECTIVE • TLI 11100 has changed to IET 11100 (Students cannot take both courses as they are the same course. Either will be accepted to satisfy the Business Selective though.) • If you completed IT 10400 Industrial Organization for your Business Selective and it is not mapping on myPurduePlan worksheet, let your advisor know. You do NOT need to take TLI/IET 11100 or TLI 15200. • Fall 2017 or Earlier: If you changed your major to CSEC and had already taken IT 10400, TLI 11100 or TLI 15200, it may count as an Interdisciplinary Selective. This will require an update to your myPurduePlan.
COMMUNICATION MINOR COURSES HOME STUDENTS PURSUING THE COM MINOR A few items to remember: Please ensure the COM minor is listed on your unofficial transcript on myPurdue. To receive overrides, you must have an active COM minor on MyPurdue. Students who began prior to Fall 2016 should follow NEWEST plan BEGINNING Fall 2016 https://www.cla.purdue.edu/students/academics/pos/Minors/MCOMU.pdf
MANAGEMENT MINOR HOME Enrolling in an Upper Division ECON, MGMT, OBHR 30000 or higher Courses As a non-Krannert student, you may be interested in one of our courses. All courses will have their major restrictions lifted for non-Krannert students during open registration. For specific information, go to Look Up Classes in myPurdue and see the notes listed for each course. Make sure you pay attention to any special instructions especially if you have a minor in Business Economics, Economics, or Human Resource Management. Note: Not all courses are offered every semester. Go here for more information: https://krannert.purdue.edu/undergraduate/current- students/Enrolling%20in%20Upper%20Division%20Courses%20for%20Non-Krannert%20Students.php Closed course overrides will not be provided and space is not guaranteed! Certain instructors may decide to accept students with a Krannert major or minor only prior to allowing students outside of Krannert to register.
MANAGEMENT MINOR - ACCOUNTING SELECTIVE HOME MGMT 20000 & MGMT 21200* • Beginning Summer 2020, MGMT 20010 will be offered as MGMT 21200 and will fulfill the Accounting Selective • Management 21200 (Business Accounting). This course is for non-Management majors and minors. •Students pursuing a Management Minor MUST take Management 20000 Introductory Accounting.
CERTIFICATE AVAILABLE TO ALL CIT STUDENTS! HOME The Applications in Data Science Undergraduate Certificate program will ensure all Purdue students have foundational knowledge of Data Science that they utilize “in situ” within their chosen contexts. Students who earn this certificate will have a foundation in Statistical Methods and Computation as well as Data Literacy, Management, and Analytics and will apply their foundational skills in related courses in their areas of interest. Check with your advisor about adding this certificate.
CORNERSTONE CERTIFICATE HOME Students beginning the CIT program What is Cornerstone Integrated Liberal Summer and Fall 2018 and going forward, Arts? will earn the Cornerstone Certificate by Cornerstone Integrated Liberal Arts is a 15 following the prescribed Plans of Study. credit hour certificate program designed for all Purdue undergraduates. The two- The certificate is fulfilled with the following: semester first year sequence is taught by SCLA 10100, SCLA 10200, Communication a team of award winning Liberal Arts Selective, Professional Speaking Selective Faculty. It is followed by three courses and Professional Writing Selective. built around a series of themes designed to add depth to the student’s major. Check with your advisor about adding this certificate. The Cornerstone certificate provides you with a road map to navigate the varied options of the Purdue core curriculum. It presents a set of classes that complements any student’s area of study and fosters the creative thinking that makes good business and industry leaders, and even more importantly, good citizens.
ENTREPRENEURSHIP CERTIFICATE HOME HTTPS://WWW.PURDUE.EDU/ENTR/ The purpose of the Certificate in Entrepreneurship and Innovation Program is to inspire and teach students in all disciplines to be innovators and entrepreneurs, whether they choose careers in start-ups or larger organizations. Through a series of five courses and related experiential programs, students learn the theory and practice related to starting and running new ventures, while turbo charging their degrees. (Courses may fulfill interdisciplinary selectives: course must be taken for a grade – no P/N) Eligibility • The program is open to students in all majors who have approximately four semesters remaining in their academic programs. Upon completion of the requirements, students receive an official certificate, which is also recorded on their academic transcript. Program Requirements • Students must complete five courses in the following categories: Two Introductory Core Courses, Two Option Courses, and One Capstone Course Two Required Core Courses (6 credits) ENTR 20000 Introduction to Entrepreneurship and Innovation (may not enroll as a senior) ENTR 31000 (formerly 201000) Marketing and Management for New Ventures (Pre-requisite ENTR 20000) or ENTR 31500 Business Planning for Social Entrepreneurship
ENTREPRENEURSHIP CERTIFICATE CONT. HOME Two Option Courses (typically 6 credits) Option courses provide depth in specific disciplines or industries, which are relevant to entrepreneurship and innovation. Possible options include: • Select courses designated “option” from the Approved Course List available at www.purdue.edu/entr. • Discovery Park Undergraduate Research Internship (DURI) • Approved global entrepreneurship study abroad programs One Capstone Course or Experience (typically 3 credits) Capstones are designed to provide hands-on, real-world experience to students. This can include courses involving the development of a business plan or engagement with an early stage company. Possible capstones include: • Select courses designated “capstone” on the Approved List • Interns for Indiana Program (IfI) Participation Process • To begin Program participation, enroll in ENTR 20000 and discuss the Certificate Program with your Major Academic Advisor. A formal Completion Plan will be completed by students in ENTR 31000.
CO-CURRICULAR REQUIREMENTS HOME FOR STUDENTS WITH PLANS OF STUDY (CATALOG TERMS) FALL 2016 - PRESENT You will find the following co-curricular requirements along with detailed information on how to meet the requirement on the the CIT Registration website Globalization Experience Requirement Verification - Fall 2016 - Spring 2019 CIT Globalization will be completed for with CIT Course Requirements; no further coursework required. You may receive a notification from the Polytechnic Globalization office to complete the IDI - Intercultural Development Inventory during your last semester. Professional Information Technology Experience Requirement Verification* - Fall 2016 - Present Student will prepare a reflection paper on the experience. Topics for your paper could include: how your experience relates to your CIT coursework, techniques and technologies used in your experience, workplace communication and managerial structure, etc. Upon completion of the Professional IT Experience, submit a scanned version of the completed form along with a three-page reflection paper (in Microsoft Word or .pdf format) to: CIT-Prof-IT@purdue.edu *Requirements must be met by the 12th week of the semester in which you plan to graduate. It this is not complete, a hold will be placed on your final graduation audit.
UPDATES FOR ALL COMPUTER & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY STUDENTS HOME Independent Study Courses: CNIT 39900 and CNIT 49900: Student may complete a total of six credits of independent study regardless of course number toward degree requirements. • CNIT 59000 Independent Study will only be approved if the credits are in excess of undergraduate requirements. Experiential Courses: CNIT 39000: Student may count only 3 credits toward degree requirements • CNIT 39000 can fulfill an Information Technology selective credit as well as part of the Information Technology Professional Experience requirement.
CIT INDEPENDENT STUDY HOME • An independent study is a course where you work with a faculty member who is willing to advise you on a topic in your interest area. CIT Faculty Areas of Interest may be found on CIT Websites: https://polytechnic.purdue.edu/sites/default/files/files/2019%20CIT%20Student-%20Information.pdf https://polytechnic.purdue.edu/departments/computer-and-information-technology/directory • Start this process the semester prior to taking the course as there are several steps and approvals required. • There is a 6 credit limit for independent study (CNIT 39900, 49900) (usually 2 semesters at 3 credit hours each). • You need to complete two required forms for approval. o CIT Undergraduate Independent Study Authorization Form o Registrar Form VT (available in myPurduePortal) • Independent Study Form and instructions can be found at: • Independent Study Steps • Independent Study Form
LANGUAGE PLACEMENT TESTING HOME The School of Languages and Cultures provides fully-online language placement testing in Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latin, Russian, and Spanish. It's available on a continuous basis 24/7/365. No advance registration is necessary. For testing in Arabic and American Sign Language, see information in the following link: https://cla.purdue.edu/academic/slc/placement/index.html Questions? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org There is a $35 rate for placement in each language for Purdue students.
FINANCIAL AID OPTIONS HOME Back a Boiler Income Share Agreement (ISA) managed by the Purdue Research Foundation. An ISA is a contractual agreement in which a student receives education funding in exchange for an agreed upon percentage of post-graduation income over a defined number of years. • https://www.purdue.edu/backaboiler/index.php • Email BackABoilerInfo@prf.org or call 765-494-5050 Purdue Division of Financial Aid • https://www.purdue.edu/dfa/ • Email email@example.com or call 765-494-5050 Scholarships –deadlines may vary for outside scholarships University Scholarships: https://www.purdue.edu/dfa/types-of-aid/free- money/scholarships.html Polytechnic Institute Scholarships for Academic Year 2021-2022 https://polytechnic.purdue.edu/undergraduate-studies/student-success/scholarships Application will be available between January 1 – March 1 2021
CENTER FOR CAREER OPPORTUNITIES - MY CCO HOME HTTPS://WWW.CCO.PURDUE.EDU/MYCCO.ASPX Available to Purdue students and alumni for: • Internships, part-time, and full-time opportunities • Live Online Resume, Interview and Job Coaching: Brainfuse Job Now • Ability to practice interviewing using InterviewStream • Access company data using Mergent Online • Access to listings of company information sessions • Network with company contacts who have recently recruited at Purdue • See what companies are coming to upcoming career fairs
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