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Enroll in courses during the enrollment period of July 10–19
FALL 2013 URS Student Schedule
All first-year URS students will enroll in the following courses, totaling 16–18 academic credits, in the fall semester:
Course Enrollment Procedures
Required Courses - CRP 1100, CRP 1106, ECON 1110: The AAP registrar will enroll all URS students in CRP 1100, CRP 1106, and ECON 1110 by July 5. After July 5, students can confirm their enrollment in Student Center.
Distribution Requirement: URS students should enroll in at least one course that can be applied toward the distribution requirement through Student Center from Wednesday, July 10 through Friday, July 19. The URS distribution requirement consists of nine courses outside of the Department of City and Regional Planning. Four courses must be completed in the areas of physical and biological sciences (PBS) and mathematics and quantitative reasoning (MQR). The remaining five courses must be taken in the areas of cultural analysis (CA); historical analysis (HA); knowledge, cognition, and moral reasoning (KCM); literature and the arts (LA); and social and behavioral analysis (SBA). A comprehensive list of MQR and PBS courses is available in Courses of Study. If a course has been categorized as CA, HA, KCM, LA, or SBA, the classification will be included in its course description in Courses of Study. Please refer to the Fall Course and Time Roster for current class offerings. Be sure to enroll in a course that does not conflict with required courses.
First-Year Writing Seminar: B.F.A. students are required to complete two First-Year Writing Seminars (FWS) in the first year of study. Students enroll in their FWS through a ballot process. Ballots can be submitted from Wednesday, July 10 through Sunday, July 21, using the FWS ballot page. Additional information is available at the Knight Institute for Writing in the Disciplines. Be sure to ballot for a seminar that does not conflict with required courses.
How to Enroll in Classes
Step-by-steps enrollment instructions, including tutorials, are available online. Please review this information before the enrollment period begins.