Pre-Dental Hygiene Advising for Registration Spring 2015

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Advising for Registration
Spring 2015
STAFF
Dental Hygiene

 Kristyn Quimby– Director, Dental Education and Clinical
Lecturer, EA 1251, [email protected]
 Sue Szczypka – Secretary, EA 1251. 574-520-4158.
College of Health Sciences Student Services
 Laurie Richards, Student Services Specialist, NS 456. 574-5204540.
 Katie Buford [email protected] and Ashley Painter
[email protected] , Peer Mentors, NS 368.
 Chris Nelson ([email protected]) and Sarah Priebe
([email protected]) Academic Advisors
 Janet Gilroy, Director ([email protected])
PLANNING is bringing the future into the
present so that you can do something about it
now!

3
Spring Registration

Summary of information to-date:
Registration packet to be mailed on
October 3, 2014 and will assist you with
checking your Onestart account and
choosing Common Core Electives.
Updates to your Program
Plan-of-Study (POS)
Pre-requisite Course Sequencing List
New Admission Policy Beginning Fall 2013

PLAN OF STUDY (POS) - BSDH
Placement Test Scores
Replaced with PHSL-P
261 and P262
Courses in blue are
required prerequisites
and will be calculated for
admission into the
clinical program as
application gpa and
science gpa
Required courses due to
.
Placement exam results

Last advisor who
reviewed your record.
Required clinical
courses once
accepted into the
clinical program.
If you began your studies in Fall 2013 or later…
Indiana University South Bend
Bachelor of Science in Dental Hygiene
Placement Test
Scores
Name
ID#
cgpa
Placement Test Results: ENG:
t grade
dept
crse
MATH: Read:
P261
P262
M250
M255
C102
N220
cr.
General Education Courses
Courses in blue are
required prerequisites
and will be calculated for
admission into the
clinical program as
application gpa and
science gpa
W131
S121
Anat. & Physiology
Anat. & Physiology
Microbial Cell Biology
Micro Lab
Elementary Chemistry 2
Nutrition for Health
5
5
3
2
3
3
6cr.
English Composition
Public Speaking
3
3
Social Competence
PSY
SOC
P103
S161
t grade
6cr.
Introductory Psychology
Principles of Sociology
3
1
3
3
3
R e q u ire d if H S C h e m (fu ll ye a r) le ss th a n C o r mo re th a n 5 yrs o ld
Elementary Chemistry 1
Elementary Chemistry Lab
Stats
Critical Thinking
Non-Western Culture Elec.
3
2
3
3
3
Placement Exam Courses
Introduction to Algebra
Basic Algebra
College Algebra
Pre-Composition
Principles of Composition
Threshold Seminar
Reading Skills
DHYG
DHYG
DHYG
DHYG
DHYG
crse Dental Hygiene Courses
First Semester
H214 Oral Anatomy/Hist/Embry
H303 Dental Radiology
H218 Fundamentals of Dent. Hygi
H224 Oral Histology & Emryology
H242 Introduction to Dentistry
DHYG
DHYG
DHYG
DHYG
DHYG
DHYG
DHYG
H205
H211
H213
H219
H217
H305
H308
Second Semester
Medical & Dental Emergenc
Head & Neck Anatomy
General Pathology
Clinical Practice
Preventive Dentistry
Radiology Clinic
Dental Materials
3cr.
4cr.
3cr.
3 cr.
3 cr.
3 cr.
3cr.
Courses not done yet
Pre-requisities
Required Gen Ed Course but not Pre-Requisite
DHYG
DHYG
DHYG
DHYG
DHYG
DHYG
H250
H301
H304
H306
H321
H347
Summer Session 1
Clinical Practice II
Pharmacology & Therapeutic
Third Semester
Local Anesthesia
Clinical Practice II
Oral Pathology
Radiology Clinic II
Periodontics
Community Health Education
DHYG
DHYG
DHYG
DHYG
DHYG
DHYG
H302
H307
H309
H320
H351
H444
Fourth Semester
Clinical Practice III
Ragiology Clinic III
Pract. Of Comm. Dent. Hygi
Prac. Mgmt., Ethics, & Juris
Advance Clinical Procedures
BSDH Capstone (online)
DHYG H300
DHYG H215
15cr
CSCI
A106
Comp. Lit
COAS Q110 Information Lit
N190/390 Common Core Elective
B190/399 Common Core Elective
T190/390
Common Core Elective
MATH M012
M004
MATH M013
A100
MATH M014
M107
ENG W031
ENG W130
EDUC U100
EDUC X101
dept
review date
plan
57
63
120
120
complete
3
2
6
0
1
1
2
2
5
2
1
2
4
2
2
5
2
1
2
3
5
1
2
2
2
3
Summary Information
12 = General Education + Open Electives
0 = Dental Major Courses
0 = Degree Total (Minimum 80 cr.)
0
# of credits completed @ IU*
* min 60 credits at IU to be eligible for distinction
Last advisor to
review
cr.
3
3
Arts & Humanities & other elective
CHEM C101
CHEM C121
minor
21
Communication
ENG
SPCH
antic graduation date
distinction*
Critical/Analytical/Science
PHSL
PHSL
MICR
MICR
CHEM
HPER
pre-req
Required clinical
courses once
accepted into the
clinical program.
Policies
IU SOUTH BEND 2014-15
CAMPUS BULLETIN
http://www.iu.edu/~bulletin/iusb/2014-2015//
Policies that Affect
Enrollment

 Grade Replacement Policy
- You may grade replace three courses or a maximum of 10
credit hours. The second grade will be calculated into
your cumulative-grade-point-average.
- You must request Student Services to process paperwork
after you have received your grade and successfully
completed the repeat. Email, call or stop in.
- Registrar’s Office processes paperwork…can take up to 2
weeks for processing depending on time of year.
- For more information refer to IU South Bend Bulletin.
Policies
 Affects of withdrawing:
 You may withdraw
from a course online
(Onestart) through the
10th week of a semester.
Always check the
academic calendar.
 You do not need faculty
or advisor signature.
 There is no refund.
 You will receive a “W”.
 If receiving Financial Aid,
withdrawing may impact
your aid package and
scholarship awards.
Always check with F.A.
prior to dropping.
 21st Century Scholars
must complete 30 credit
hours during the
academic year.
 May place you “out-ofsequence” or push back
your application date for
admission into Dental
Hygiene Program.
BS Dental Hygiene
Choosing Electives

General Education
Electives

COMMON CORE ELECTIVES (190 & 390/399)
 Please check the faculty General Education Website at:
https://www.iusb.edu/general-educ/ for latest listing of
courses offered.
 -Remember, one of your common core electives must be at a
390/399 level. Your Common Core Electives are N, T and B –
one of which must be a 390 or 399 – Junior-level course.
 All other General Education descriptions including approved
courses can be found at the above web site.
Science Sequence

 For the BS Dental Hygiene degree program, the
science sequencing of courses remains the same:
 Completion of MATH-M 107, College Algebra or
Math Placement Test at Level 4.
 CHEM-C 101/121, Elementary Chemistry I with lab.
• Exception: if you graduated HS within past 3 years and
had one-full year of HS Chemistry (not integrated
CHEM/Physics) and you can remember basic
principles, you may bypass CHEM-C 101/121 and move
to…
 CHEM-C 102, Elementary Chemistry II, 3 cr. hrs.
Offered spring, summer I and fall.
Science Sequencing
continued…

 CHEM-C102 is the prerequisite requirement for
PHSL-P 261 (A&P I) and MICR-M 250/M255
(Microbiology). PHSL-P 261 is offered in spring
and fall; MICR-M 250/M255 spring, summer
session II and fall.
 BSDH students must take MICR-M250/M255. If
you enroll in M250/M255 and need to withdraw
from M250, you must withdraw from both.
 PHSL-P262 is offered in spring and summer I.
Admission into Dental
Hygiene is Competitive…

• Mrs. Kristyn Quimby, Program
Director, is happy to meet with
you and review the admission
process and technical standards
required of a Dental Hygienist.
Are You Ready to Register
for Spring 2015?

November 3-8
 Look at your Plan of Study (POS)
and determine list of courses you
wish to enroll for Spring 2015.
REFER TO YOUR
REGISTRATION MAILING!
 Check for any holds which might
prohibit registration. Take care of
them!
 Choose your classes (use the blank
scheduling sheet we provided in
the mailing).
 Make sure you have the class
number so you can set-up your
Onestart registration shopping
cart.
Set-up your
shopping cart
Look for Negative Service Indicators “holds”
which might prohibit registration. All “holds”
must be taken care of 24-48 hours prior to
registration.
Summary

 Check Onestart Account for the
following:
 Holds: Financial, Immunization,
Advising. Contact the
appropriate office for resolution.
 Check for your registration
appointment. This is your first
opportunity to register for classes
online. It is not an advising
appointment. Will provide time
and date when your ability to
register is active.
 See Student Services with your
questions. You can also email
[email protected] ,
[email protected] or
[email protected]
 Set-up your shopping cart with
proposed classes. Meet with an
advisor to review your selections.
 Register on-time. This will insure
first and best opportunity to secure
seats in the courses you have
selected.
 If you physically do not know how
to register, choose your classes and
on your time/date go to the
Gateway Information Center, Main
Lobby of the Administration Bldg.
and they can assist you with
inputting your class selections into
the computer.
That concludes our
Advising for Registration
Presentation

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