Carnegie Mellon University

MCS First-Year Course Schedule Approval Process

To be cleared to register for courses for the Spring 2019 semester you must have your schedule preapproved by your advisor (Dr. Braun or Dr. Hovis).  You can either complete the form below for electronic approval or schedule an in-person meeting prior to your registration date (Friday, November 16, 2018).  You do not need to complete both processes prior to registration, but must complete at least one process before you register for fall courses.

Complete the form below and submit for review. You will receive an email within 72 hours providing comments on your planned schedule.

Maximum allowable units: 54
Units overloads (up to 61 units) must be approved by Dr. Braun at the end of the fall semester.  Students must have had a 3.25 GPA in the fall semester in order to approve overload. Students below a 3.25 GPA in the fall semester may request an overload (up to 61 units) if their final spring semester GPA is ≥ 3.25.

Schedule of Classes Stellic


Approval Form

First Name:
Last Name:
Andrew ID:
Major(s):
Other:
Minor(s):
Check if you are a Pre-Health Professional.
Check if you have created a spring schedule using the planner tool in Stellic and shared it with your advisor. If so, you do not need to enter your courses below.
Course 1: Name Number Section
Course 2: Name Number Section
Course 3: Name Number Section
Course 4: Name Number Section
Course 5: Name Number Section
Course 6: Name Number Section
Course 7: Name Number Section
Alternative
Course 1:
Name Number Section
Alternative
Course 2:
Name Number Section
Please describe your current career ambitions that could help us with recommending coursework and/or resources.
Please describe academic areas of interest (inside or outside of MCS) that could help us with recommending coursework and/or resources.
What options are you considering for summer 2019 (job, internship, coursework, volunteering, etc.)?
Please list any extracurricular involvement that you will be (or plan to be) involved in for the spring semester.
Additional comments, questions, or concerns for your advisor to address in this field.