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  • Fall 2018 Transfer Student Advisement Guide

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    Advisement StaffDionne Brown Peter Dachille

    Christina Fung Lirie Kurtaj

    Marvin Rodriguez Vilmarie Rosario

    Francisco Ruiz Yuliya Sokolovskaya

  • Welcome and overview of todays session

    Review your Transfer Credit Report on CUNYfirst

    Review of the curriculum

    Review important policies and procedures

    Students complete their Program Planning Sheet

    Orientation Leaders assist with registration

    Academic Advisors answer questions and review fall schedules

    TODAYS AGENDA

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  • WHICH DEGREE WILL YOU EARN?

    Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)Minimum 124 credits

    Zicklin School of Business

    Bachelor of Arts (BA)Minimum 120 credits

    Weissman School of Arts & Sciences

    Bachelor of Science (BS) Minimum 120 credits

    Marxe School of Public and International Affairs

    Pathways Core curriculum

    Additional requirements based on your degree

    Major: 24 30+ credits

    General Electives

    Components of Your Degree:

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    Weissman School of Arts and Sciences

    Marxe School of Public & International

    Affairs

    Zicklin School of Business

    Actuarial ScienceArts and Sciences Ad Hoc MajorBiologyBusiness Communication Corporate Communication Graphic Communication Business WritingCommunication StudiesJournalismEconomicsEnglishFinancial Mathematics (BS)HistoryJournalism/Creative WritingMathematicsMusic (including Management of Musical Enterprises)PhilosophyPolitical SciencePsychologySociologySpanishStatistics: BA Major

    Public Affairs Accounting*Computer Information Systems General CIS Information Risk Management

    and Cybersecurity Data AnalyticsEconomicsFinanceIndustrial/Organizational PsychologyInternational BusinessManagement Entrepreneurship Human Resource Management Operations ManagementMarketing General Marketing International Marketing Business to Business Marketing Digital Marketing Advertising and Marketing

    CommunicationsReal EstateStatistics and Quantitative Modeling

    *Second degree students cannot major in Accounting

  • IMPORTANT TERMS TO KNOW Pathways The CUNY-wide curriculum which took effect in the Fall of 2013. All students who

    entered a CUNY school in the Fall of 2013 or later automatically follow the Pathways curriculum. The Pathways curriculum has three main components: The Required Core, The Flexible Core and The College Option.

    DegreeWorks Audit Accessed through http://degreeworks.cuny.edu/; an online student audit that allows students to view their progress towards a degree.

    Major A students chosen field of study, typically 24-30 credits. Major Specialization Form - All Weissman and Marxe students are required to have all of the

    courses counting towards their major(s) approved by the Departments faculty advisor. The faculty advisor completes, signs, and submits the Specialization Form to the Registrars Office for graduation audits.

    Minor A grouping of three courses, complementing a students chosen Major. Minor Capstone - A minor at Baruch consists of three courses, two of which must be at the 3000

    level or higher, followed by a 4000 level course, called the Capstone course. Electives Courses which are not counted towards general education requirements, majors or

    minors are considered electives. At Baruch we differentiate elective credits between liberal arts electives and non-liberal arts electives. Transferred courses numbered 7000 or 7050 are counted as elective courses.

    Enrollment Appointment - A registration appointment day and time; the first moment (but not the last) that a student is permitted to enroll (register) in classes for a given term on CUNYfirst. This is not a live/in-person appointment.

    ZKTP Acronym for Zicklin Temporary Permission. It is conditional permission built into CUNYfirst for eligible students to take certain business courses. Permission is based on business course enrollment criteria as outlined by the Zicklin School of Business.

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    http://degreeworks.cuny.edu/

  • PATHWAYS DESIGNATIONS & WAIVERS Once a student has met a Common Core requirement at one CUNY

    college, that requirement will be met at any other CUNY college. Your previous CUNY school designates the course towards a specific requirement by assigning a Requirement Designation on your Transfer Credit Report.

    Non-CUNY transfer students have their Requirement Designation determined at Baruch by the Transfer Center.

    Students who transfer to Baruch with an Associates of Arts (AA) or Associates of Science (AS) degree will satisfy both the Required Core and Flexible Core of the Pathways curriculum.

    Students who transfer to Baruch with an Associates of Applied Arts (AAS) degree may still need to satisfy areas of the Required and Flexible Core. AAS students must review their Requirement Designations for each requirement.

    Students who have already earned a Bachelors Degree (2nd degree students) are waived from the Required Core, Flexible Core and College Option requirements.

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  • YOUR TRANSFER CREDIT REPORT

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    Check your pre-calculus grade to see if you are eligible to register for Calculus. MTH 2000, 2001, and 2003

    are all pre-calculus courses.

  • MATH REQUIREMENTSEvery student must satisfy the Required

    Core: Mathematical & Quantitative Reasoning requirement. See below for

    the Math requirement for your intended major:

    Zicklin School of Business (All Business Majors)

    Required Math: Calculus (MTH 2010, 2205, 2206, 2207, 2610, 2630, 3010)

    Marxe School of Public and International Affairs

    Required Math: MTH 2003, 2009 or a more advanced math class

    Weissman Schools of Arts and Sciences (Liberal Arts Majors)

    Required Math: MTH 2140 or 2160 (satisfies requirement for Math at the 2000 level)**Some liberal arts majors require more advanced math (including: Math, Actuarial Science, Financial Mathematics, Economics, Psychology, and Statistics)

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  • MATH SEQUENCE AT BARUCH

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    Follow Your Math Placement

    FSPM 100Summer only

    FSPM 121Summer only

    MTH 1030 MTH 2003 MTH 2205

    FSPM 100/121*Combo offered 7/9-8/16

    MTH 1030 MTH 2003 MTH 2205

    FSPM 100Summer only

    MTH 1023 MTH 2009 MTH 2205

    If you have transfer credit for Pre-Calculus

    MTH 2000/2001 with C- or higher MTH 2207

    MTH 2000/2001 with lower than C- MTH 2003 MTH 2205

    *A C- or higher in pre-calculus (MTH 2000/2001/2003/2009) is required to take Calculus. Students with a C- or lower may choose to repeat pre-calculus for mastery.

    **Sign up for FSPM 100 and FSPM 121 at the SACC Center. All others can be registered on your own.

    Transfer credit overrides placement

  • COMPLETING YOUR PROGRAM PLANNING SHEET

    Review your Baruch Transfer Credit Report on CUNYfirst and check the appropriate circle:

    1. Check for WAIVED: If you are waived from the requirement

    2. Check for COMPLETED: If you have transferred credit satisfying the requirement

    3. Check for POSTPONED: If the course is still in progress/think you have credit for the requirement

    4. Check for NEED: If you have not completed the requirement and need the course

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  • PATHWAYS REQUIRED COREREQUIRED CORE (4 COURSES)

    ENGLISH WRITING 1: ENG 2100

    ENGLISH WRITING 2: ENG 2150MATH & QUANTITATIVE REASONING:MTH 2140, MTH 2003, MTH 2205, MTH 2207, MTH 2610

    *(MTH 2000, 2001, 2006, 2100, 2150, 2160, 2206, 2300, 2301, 2630 & 3010 also fulfills the Math & Quantitative Reasoning requirement)* Transfer credit overrides placement check your Math placement.

    LIFE & PHYSICAL SCIENCES: BIO 1012, BIO 1016, CHM 1004, ENV 1004, PHY 2001CO-REQUISITE WITH SCIENTIFIC WORLD.(Science majors choose STEM Variant courses: BIO 2010, CHM 2003, PHY 2003, PHY 3010. Students who use BIO 2010 to fulfill L & PS must take CHM or PHY to satisfy Scientific World.)

    Check your Math Placement

    and the Math required for

    your intended major.

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  • The Flexible Core is comprised of six courses from five different areas. Courses taken at Baruch must be taken from a different department, discipline, or interdisciplinary field.

    ANT & SOCCourses offered by

    the Dept. of Sociology &

    Anthropology

    ART, MSC & THECourses offered by the Dept. of Fine &

    Performing Arts

    BLS & LTS(HSP)Courses offered by the Dept. of Black & Latino Studies

    BIO, ENV, CHM, & PHY

    Courses offered by the Dept. of

    Natural Science

    PAF (PUB) & POLCourses considered to be a single

    field in Pathways

    PATHWAYS FLEXIBLE COREFLEXIBLE CORE (6 COURSES)

    WORLD CULTURES & GLOBAL ISSUES: ANT 1001, HIS 1001, HIS 1003, LTS 1003, POL 2001, POL 2260

    U.S. EXPERIENCE IN ITS DIVERSITY: HIS 1000, HIS 1005, PAF 1250, POL 1101, POL 2332, BLS 1003

    CREATIVE EXPRESSION: ART 1000, ART 1011, ART 1012, MSC 1003, MSC 1005, THE 1041

    THE INDIVIDUAL & SOCIETY: PHI 1500, PHI 1600, PHI 1700, SOC 1005

    SCIENTIFIC WORLD: BIO 1011L, BIO 1015L, CHM 1003L, ENV 1003L, PHY 2002L, ** PSY 1001

    (BIO, CHM, ENV & PHY are co-requisite with Life & Physical Science)

    ** PSY 1001 only for students who have credit for Life & Physical Science)

    FLEX CORE 6TH COURSE: A suitable course from one of the Flex Core areas

    **SEE BELOW**

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  • Course #1ENG/CMP 2800/2850

    Course #24000 level Minor Capstone

    Course #33000 level Minor Course

    Course #4 3000 l

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