1 UConn Early College Experience Course Offerings Allied Health AH 2001: Medical Terminology ($55) 1 credit American Studies AMST 1201: Introduction to American Studies 3 credits Animal Science ANSC 1602: Behavior & Training of Domestic Animals 3 credits ANSC 1645: The Science of Food 3 credits ANSC 1676: Introduction to Companion Animals 3 credits ANSC 2251: Horse Science 3 credits Art ART 1030: Drawing I 3 credits Biology BIOL 1107: Principles of Biology I BIOL 1108: Principles of Biology II Chemistry CHEM 1127Q: General Chemistry I CHEM 1128Q: General Chemistry II Classics and Ancient Mediterranean Studies CAMS 1103: Classical Mythology 3 credits CAMS 3101: Topics in Advanced Greek 3 credits CAMS 3102: Topics in Advanced Latin 3 credits Digital Media & Design DMD 1000: Digital Foundation 3 credits Economics ECON 1000: Essentials of Economics 3 credits ECON 1201: Principles of Microeconomics 3 credits ECON 1202: Principles of Macroeconomics 3 credits Engineering CE 2110: Applied Mechanics I 3 credits English ENGL 1004: Basic Writing ENGL 1010: Seminar in Academic Writing ENGL 1011: Seminar in Writing through Literature French FREN 3267: Grammar and Culture 3 credits FREN 3268: Grammar and Composition 3 credits History HIST 1300: Western Traditions before credits HIST 1400: Modern Western Traditions 3 credits HIST 1501: United States History to credits HIST 1502: United States History since credits Human Development and Family Studies HDFS 1070: Individual and Family Development 3 credits Italian Literary and Cultural Studies ILCS 3239: Italian Composition & Conversation I 3 credits ILCS 3240: Italian Composition & Conversation II 3 credits Kinesiology KINS 1160: Courses in Lifetime Sports Program ($55) 1 credit Latino & Latin American Studies LLAS 1190: Introduction to Latin America and the Caribbean 3 credits Marine Sciences MARN 1002: Introduction to Oceanography 3 credits MARN 1003: Introduction to Oceanography with Laboratory MARN 3014: Marine Biology 3 credits Maritime Studies MAST 1200: Introduction to Maritime Culture 3 credits Mathematics MATH 1030Q: Elementary Discrete Mathematics MATH 1131Q: Calculus I MATH 1132Q: Calculus II 3 credits Music MUSI 1001: Music Appreciation 3 credits MUSI 1004: Non-Western Music 3 credits MUSI 1011: Fundamentals & Ear Training I 3 credits MUSI 1012: Fundamentals & Ear Training II 3 credits Natural Resources and the Environment NRE 1000: Environmental Science 3 credits Philosophy PHIL 1101: Problems of Philosophy 3 credits Physics PHYS 1201Q: General Physics I PHYS 1202Q: General Physics II PHYS 1401Q: General Physics with Calculus I PHYS 1402Q: General Physics with Calculus II Plant Science and Landscape Architecture/ Horticulture/Soil Science HORT 1110: Fundamentals of Horticulture 3 credits HORT 2520: Floral Art ($90) 2 credits HORT 3530: Advanced Floral Design ($90) 2 credits PLSC 1150: Agricultural Technology & Society 3 credits PLSC 3230: Biotechnology - Science, Application, Impact & Perception 3 credits PLSC 3240: Plant Biotechnology 3 credits SOIL 2120: Environmental Soil Science 3 credits Political Science POLS 1002: Introduction to Political Theory 3 credits POLS 1202: Introduction to Comparative Politics 3 credits POLS 1402: Introduction to International Relations 3 credits POLS 1602: Introduction to American Politics 3 credits Spanish SPAN 3177: Composition and Reading for Speakers of Spanish 3 credits SPAN 3178: Intermediate Spanish Composition 3 credits SPAN 3179: Spanish Conversation: Cultural Topics 3 credits Statistics STAT 1100Q: Elementary Concepts of Statistics For complete course descriptions visit ece.uconn.edu
2 University of Connecticut UConn Early College Experience 368 Fairfield Way U-4171 Storrs, CT Phone: Fax: UConn Early College Experience is a concurrent enrollment program. Students earn both high school and college credit for each UConn course taken at their high school. UConn ECE is nationally accredited by the National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships (NACEP). Connect with UConn ECE online Key Dates April 15 June 1 June 30 August 15 September 15 September 30 Online registration systems open. Application deadline. An application must be successfully submitted online prior to enrolling in courses. Course enrollment deadline. Online registration closes. Any further transactions must be made during the add/drop period and will incur an additional $25 add/drop processing fee. Add/Drop period begins. Online registration systems re-open. Late application deadline. Any student who did not successfully submit a application by June 1st, must do so by September 15, Late enrollment deadline for adding or dropping courses with a $25 add/drop processing fee. Courses dropped by September 30, 2015 will result in a refund of already paid fees minus a $25 add/ drop fee. Students are financially responsible for all courses dropped after September 30, Need Assistance? General Application and Enrollment Inquiries UConn Early College Experience Office Website Tutorials at ece.uconn.edu UECE (8323) Mon - Fri 7:30am - 4:30pm Mon - Fri 7:30am - 7:30pm (May-June) Student Payment Options and Billing Inquiries UConn Early College Experience Office ece.uconn.edu Mon - Fri 8:00am - 4:00pm UConn NetID Questions and Password Resets University Information Technology Services netid.uconn.edu HELP (4357) Mon - Fri 8:00am - 5:00pm Visit us on the web: ece.uconn.edu us:
3 UCONN UConn ECE has conducted the largest study on concurrent enrollment credit transfer in the nation and found that credits transfer easily all over the nation. 87 % CREDIT TRANSFER RATE zz z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z A Real UCONN Course z z z z z z At a Fraction of the Cost MORE Than Just A TEST UConn ECE is a college experience, which means that students earn their grades throughout the semester using college assessments. 60 YEARS C E L E B R AT I N G UConn ECE started in 1955 and is the oldest concurrent enrollment program in the United States. We are one of the largest programs too, with over 1,000 certified faculty and 10,000 students. Early College Experience
4 UConn Early College Experience Consent Form Please read all information herein and obtain all required signatures before you start the online registration process. You will need an electronic copy of this entire form (top to bottom) to submit your online application successfully. DEADLINES Registration: The deadline to apply to the UConn ECE program is June 1, The deadline to enroll in courses is June 30, Add/Drop Period: The deadline for new students to apply is September 15, The deadline for all students to add or drop courses is September 30, PROGRAM FEES 3 credit course - $125 4 credit course - $160 Office use only Code Approved q A5 q C7 Most courses are three or four credit hours. Please see the attached course list to determine credit hours per course and pricing for one and two-credit courses. The University of Connecticut sends fee bills electronically to the address the student provides during the application process. Students are financially responsible for all courses for which they register. University standard policies on late fees, returned checks, and collections apply. All policies and procedures can be found at: ece.uconn.edu. Adding and Dropping Courses from August 15, September 30, 2015 A $25 non-refundable processing fee is charged during the add/drop registration period. This fee is in addition to any original program fees. Courses dropped by September 30, 2015 will result in a refund of already paid fees minus the $25 processing fee. Students are financially responsible for all courses dropped after September 30, A WAU (withdrawn audit) form must be completed for courses dropped after September 30, Permissions Student Legal Name l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l Last First Middle High School Name l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l In signing this form, I grant permission to UConn Early College Experience, and its subsidiary units to: 1) use photographs, video, audio recordings, and/or textual material that I may appear in for use in University publications including websites, or other electronic forms of media, and 2) contact my high school or district to verify fee waiver eligibility if applicable. I confirm that I have read and agree to all terms in this consent form. All signatures are required (BLUE or BLACK INK ONLY) Student Signature Parent/Guardian Signature PRINT Parent/Guardian Name UConn ECE Site Representative or School Counselor Signature Approved Courses for Online Enrollment (see Course Offerings list) : FOR HIGH SCHOOL USE ONLY Please keep this list as a reference when enrolling online. You must enroll online to be eligible for UConn ECE credit. UConn Course Number: Course Name Semester Offered Instructor Full Name When enrolling online, all full year courses will be listed under Fall *KEEP AN ELECTRONIC COPY OF THIS FORM FOR YOU RECORDS AND FOR USE DURING THE ONLINE APPLICATION PROCESS.
5 UConn Early College Experience Online Registration Process 1 Complete Consent Form Work with your school counselor and choose your courses. Indicate your approved courses on the bottom of your consent form. Fill in your full legal name and high school name, and obtain all required signatures including school counselor, parent or guardian, and your own. Create an electronic copy of your consent form by scanning it or taking a digital photograph. Save this copy for use later in the application process. The electronic copy of your consent form must show the entire form (top to bottom) with all signatures or it will not be accepted. Refer to ece.uconn.edu for help with saving documents electronically. 3 Enrollm June 30, Add/Dro $25 fee: Application Deadline June 1, Late Application with additional $25 fee: September 15, 2015 Apply Online (all students MUST submit a new online application each year) Have an electronic copy of your consent form and your social security number at hand. Go to ece.uconn.edu and click Apply Now. New UConn ECE students: click Create New Account and complet the account set-up information. Save your Compass User Name and password in a secure location. Returning UConn ECE students: check your . You will receive a reminder with the Compass User Name you created last year. Enter your Compass User Name and password and click Login. Complete or update all fields in each page of the application. Click Save at the bottom of each page as you go. On the last page upload your completed consent form which you previously saved electronically. Once you have all green check marks click Return to Main Menu and click Submit Application. Note: UConn cannot process your application until you click Submit Ap and agree to the terms of the program. Monitor your for your application submission confirm NetID information, and approval to enroll.
6 Activate or Access Your UConn NetID New UConn ECE students: activate your NetID by opening your NetID and following the instructions provided. If you do not receive your within 2 days, check your spam/junk folder or contact the UConn ECE Office. Returning UConn ECE students: locate your UConn NetID and password. To find your NetID or to reset your NetID password visit netid.uconn.edu or call the UITS Helpdesk at (860) Dropping Courses To drop a UConn ECE course, you must do so via the Compass Online Enrollment Center by the posted ECE deadline. Login with your NetID and password. Click Compass Student Center at the top of the page. Select the course you wish to drop and click Drop Selected Classes. ent Deadline 2015 p deadline with additional September 30, 2015 e Enroll in Your Courses Online 4 It will take approximately 3-5 business days for your submitted application to be reviewed. Once approved you will receive an to enroll in your courses. Click the link in your or visit ece.uconn.edu to access the UConn ECE Compass Enrollment Center. Enter your activated NetID and password and click Login Select the correct term (Fall 2015 or Spring 2016) and high school location before you Search for your courses. Add all approved Fall and Spring courses to your cart. You must enroll in both Fall AND Spring courses at this time. Continue to the next step to validate all courses. Once validated, select all courses and click Next Step: Enroll. Congratulations! You have successfully completed the registration process for UConn Early College Experience courses. plication ation, 5 Pay your Fee Bill Once enrolled, monitor your for your e-bill. Use the link in your e-bill to pay online or go to ece.uconn.edu for additional payment options.
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