Here are some classic registration resources that never go out of style.
Adult Degree has a limited number of seats open in courses that fulfill the Sociology/Anthropology requirement for Human Development majors. Might we suggest taking one of the following Fall courses instead? We will be offering 3 sections of Hum Dev 346: Culture, Development, and Health. If you take this, it wouldn’t be able to doublecount as your gender/cultural diversity course or additional advanced coursework course. You could instead take Socio 307: Social Theory, Socio 310: Urban Sociology, or DJS 348: Gender and the Law. You would need to send a course substitution form to Dr. Burns once you’ve registered for one of these courses in order to have it count as your sociology/anthropology course.
Summer class registration is under way and some classes are approaching capacity. Summer classes are a great way to catch up or get ahead in your course requirements. Also, April 7th, the first day of registration for the fall will be here before we know it. At least we hope so given this weather. Start planning now to see your faculty advisor after Spring Break when the schedule of courses is out so you are well-prepared.
If you’re having problems registering for a class, it might be an Adult Degree class instead—check out the section number. If the class has 1200 as the section number, it is only for students in the Adult Degree program. If the class has 1800 as the section number, traditional students can register for it, but not until 12/2 since it’s through Adult Degree. If you’re interested in one of these 1800 courses, you should definitely waitlist yourself for it during your registration appointment. There’s no guarantee that you’ll get in since there are a small number of 1800 seats available, but it can’t hurt to try.
If this were a class, it would be required reading every semester. Check out the links below for our timeless registration advice.
Introduction to Human Development and Psychology of Emotion will both be offered this January interim (winterim) session. Winterim courses are not a part of tuition plateau and all are Internet-based courses. To see a complete list of which courses are being offered, go to the Schedule of Classes, change the term to Fall 2013, and change class type (at bottom) to January interim.
1. Registration Hold for ALL Students: Because of a new policy in Student Affairs, every student had a hold put on their registration about 2 weeks before registration began. You can remove it yourself in SIS by following the instructions on this website: http://www.uwgb.edu/bursar/paymentAgreement/. Before you try to register for classes, make sure you don’t still have that “payment agreement” hold listed in SIS. If you do, and you have already followed the steps that were supposed to remove it, contact the Bursar’s Office. You should also direct any questions to them.
2. Adult Degree Classes, Section Numbers, and Priority Registration: This is something you dealt with last semester, but remember, Adult Degree classes (which means most online classes for fall) are using a new section number system. As you look at the schedule of classes, you will see that all courses have a class number (e.g., ANTHRO 320), a section number (e.g., 0001, 0800, 1200), and an SIS number (e.g., 9787 – the number you enter in SIS to register). If you see an online class with a section number beginning in “0” (e.g., 0800 or 0801), it is a “regular” class, and you can register for it as you would any other class at UW-Green Bay. If you see an online class with a section number beginning in “1” (e.g., 1200, 1800), it is a class offered through Adult Degree, and that’s where the differences begin. Adult Degree classes are restricted in many ways to their program’s students, and they have two sets of section and SIS numbers. They have both a 1200 and an 1800 section number, but those actually refer to the SAME CLASS. See example below using Anthropology 320. These two entries are actually for one class taught by the same instructor. The class as a whole is capped at 35 students, and 30 of those seats are assigned to section 1200, with 5 seats assigned to section 1800. Again, though, it’s the same class. However, students need to register for different “sections” depending on who they are. Section 1200 is open ONLY to IST majors in the Adult Degree program, so it is listed as “open”, but it is really only open to those IST/Adult Degree students. Section 1800 is for all other students, BUT there may be a priority registration for Bellin Nursing students until a much later date, so all other students will not be able to get into the class (if there are any seats remaining) until after that date. You can, however, waitlist yourself for one of these classes at the time of your registration appointment. If you want a chance at getting into one of these classes, that is what I would encourage you to do. The sooner you waitlist, the higher on the list you will be. The key, though, is that you can ONLY waitlist yourself for an 1800 (or 1801 or 1802) section number – not the 1200 or 1201 number. Adult Degree instructors have been told not to grant closed course waivers, and there is no guarantee that any non-IST students will get into these classes. I would not encourage you to see them as a high probability options, but we do typically have some students ultimately get into these classes. The great news for ANTHRO 320 is that two “regular” sections (0800 and 0801) are being offered for fall (see “Human Development Registration Updates” story).
|ANTHRO 320||Myth, Ritual, Symbol and Religion||LEC||1200||10380||1||Open||30||0||0||30|
|ANTHRO 320||Myth, Ritual, Symbol and Religion||LEC||1800||10721||1||Open||5||0||0||5|
There are some changes you should know about for Psychology classes that become effective for Fall 2013:
1. Experimental Psychology: Experimental Psychology will be a writing emphasis class beginning in the fall. Students who take class from that semester forward will receive credit for an upper-level writing emphasis course. That approval is not retroactive; students who completed the course this spring or before will not have it count for WE credit.
2. Counseling across the Lifespan: Counseling across the Lifespan has a new title. It is still PSYCH 438, and it still counts in the same way toward the Psychology major, the Psychology minor, and the Human Development major. The new title is Counseling and Psychotherapy. Under its new title, it also will not be a writing emphasis class. Students who took the class previously (as Counseling across the Lifespan for spring 2013 or before) will still receive WE credit, but students from Fall 2013 onward will not.
3. Psychology and Culture: After a couple year absence Psychology and Culture is back! As a reminder, it is an upper-level elective for the Psychology major and minor. It is also a world culture class for General Education. The prerequisites have also been changed. They are now PSYCH 102 and soph. standing. You do not need a research methods class first.
Here’s all the news you can use related to registration for Human Development for fall.
1. Priority Registration: As usual, our upper-level Human Development classes will say “reserved” next to them on the schedule because we will be giving registration priority to Human Development majors/minors. In some cases (e.g., psychology students for the core classes, senior social work students for Family Development), other groups are also included in that priority, which lasts for at least 2 weeks.
2. Electives: In case you are looking for it, there are no planned sections of Human Sexuality for fall through either Human Development or Adult Degree. Human development is only offering 1 section of Cross-Cultural Human Development (an additional one may be offered through Adult Degree), but we will have 3 sections of Culture, Development, and Health, which counts in the same upper-level elective category for the major. Overall, we are offering 11 sections of upper-level Human Development electives, so students should have a good selection of options.
3. Sociology/Anthropology Requirement: Dr. Jill White is teaching two fully on-line sections of ANTHRO 320 Myth, Ritual, Symbol, and Religion in the fall – a class that meets the upper-level Anthroplogy/Sociology requirement for the Human Development major. She is teaching them fully online which will maximize the number of students who can work them into their schedules. If you are a Human Development student, you will be able to register for these two sections (sections 0800 or 0801 only) at the time of your registration appointment. If you want to get into the class, it is crucial you register ASAP. Because these are Anthropology courses, not Human Development, our majors and minors do not have registration priority other than what they have based on their credit status (e.g., being a senior). You will be competing with students from all other programs for seats. Note that there are additional sections of ANTHRO 320 offered through Adult Degree. Our students will not be able to register for those at the time of the registration date unless they are also an interdisciplinary studies major (i.e., an Adult Degree student). If sections 0800 and 0801 are full and have long waitlists, however, you can waitlist yourself for sections 1800 or 1801 at the time of your registration appointment, and you should do so to get the highest waitlist position possible. Keep in mind, though, that there is absolutely no guarantee you will get into the class from the waiting list – no matter how high you are on that list.
Other options for this requirement for fall:
ANTHRO 340 Medical Anthropology (P: Anthro 100) – offered online through Adult Degree. Remember registration restrictions apply (see Special News Alert: Some University-Level Registration Issues story)
For graduating seniors only, if there is an upper-level (300 or 400 level) Sociology class you would like to take that does not fall on the current list of options (but you meet the pre-requisites for it), consult with Dr. Vespia to see if she would consider a would consider signing off on this as a course substitution for the ANTHRO/SOCIOL requirement.
RecycleMania is in its last few days at UW-Green Bay. What better way for The Pink Flamingo to help out than by “recycling” some classic registration resources?
Not enough options for you for fall? Don’t forget about summer! Human Development and Psychology both have a number of offerings, many of which are online. There is also an online section of Social Science Statistics (COMM SCI 205). Act now if you are interested. Registration for these courses opened in January, and some options are closed at this point.
Most internet courses for Spring 2013 (those offered through the Adult Degree Program) now have a new section number system. As you look at the course listing, all offerings have a class number (e.g., HUM DEV 345), but they also have a section number (e.g., 0001, 1200) and an SIS number (e.g., 3264 – the number you enter in SIS to register). These internet classes now have two sets of section and SIS numbers. They have both a 1200 and an 1800 section number, but those actually refer to the SAME CLASS. Confused? Just stay with me, and I’ll try to explain using the example below of Prof. White’s Human Sexuality class. These two entries are actually for one class taught by Prof. White. The class as a whole is capped at 40 students, and 15 of those seats are assigned to section 1200, with 25 seats assigned to section 1800. Again, though, it’s the same class. However, students need to register for different “sections” depending on who they are. Section 1200 is open ONLY to IST majors in the Adult Degree program, so it is listed as “open”, but it is really only open to those IST/Adult Degree students. Section 1800 is for all other students BUT there is a priority registration for Bellin Nursing students until Dec. 5th, so all other students (probably most of you reading this!) will not be able to get into the class until that date. You can, however, waitlist yourself for the class once your registration appointment day/time arrives, and I would encourage you to do so if you really want to enroll in one of these internet courses. The sooner you waitlist, the higher on the list you will likely be. The key, though, is that you can ONLY waitlist yourself for the 1800 section number. If you try to waitlist for the 1200 section number, you will get a message saying you don’t meet pre-requisites (because you are not an IST student). The good news here is that you should not have to contact the instructor for permission to register for 1800 sections of these classes once the priority registration period has passed on December 5th. Consult with your advisor if you have any questions.
HUM DEV 345 Human Sexuality 3264 1200 LEC 3 Open Internet White, James M
HUM DEV 345 Human Sexuality 3790 1800 LEC 3 Reserved Internet White, James M