1 Online Student Orientation Master s in Electrical Engineering USF INNOVATIVE EDUCATION
2 Welcome to USF! On behalf of the faculty and staff at Innovative Education, we would like to welcome you to USF! This online orientation is designed to help you make the most of your academic career here at USF. Each section provides you tools to help ensure your success as you progress toward your academic goals.
3 Online Learning What is it? Online learning is a course delivery model that allows you to take your courses online. Taking an online course is not necessarily more difficult than taking an on-campus course. However, the skills needed to succeed are different. What skills are required to succeed in an online course? Be independent and self-motivated Manage your time efficiently so you can focus on your course work Read and write well Collaborate with your classmates on group projects Complete your assignments without face-to-face help Check in frequently to review announcements and participate in online discussions
4 Online Learning What technical skills do I need? You should possess basic computer and Internet skills, including: Word processing skills (type, cut, paste, copy, save, rename, etc.) skills (send , attach files, etc.) Internet skills (open a browser, browse websites, download content, etc.) What tools do I need? You need to have a computer and be able to access the Internet. The recommended web browsers are Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome. Your course may require other technology as well. How do I prepare for the first day of classes? You must log in to your course on the first day of classes. This is mandatory. Helpful Hint: Make sure you have a back up computer available for technical emergencies.
5 Master s in Electrical Engineering Welcome to the Electrical Engineering Department at the University of South Florida. Our students, at both the undergraduate and graduate level, enjoy dedicated, personal guidance from our faculty. Our student body is diverse, and our research spans from applied to theoretical studies of many fundamental areas of electrical engineering. The faculty enjoy strong partnerships throughout industry and with prominent national laboratories and federal agencies. The USF Electrical Engineering Department offers this unique MSEE-P program that has exceptional quality and is responsive to the needs of working professionals. We look forward to having you participate in our program. Message from Program Director Tom Weller
6 Curriculum Information For more information regarding suggested class schedule and for detailed course descriptions, please click on the links below: Class Schedule Course Descriptions
7 Faculty Information Tom Weller, Ph.D. Program Director Professor and Chair Huseyin Arslan, Ph.D. Associate Professor Larry Dunleavy, Ph.D. Professor Lingling Fan, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Christos Ferekides, Ph.D. Professor Zhixin Miao, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Andrew M. Hoff, Ph.D. Professor (813) Willie Moreno, Ph.D. Professor Don Morel, Ph.D. Professor Salvatore Morgera, Ph.D. Professor Gokhan Mumcu, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Steve Saddow, Ph.D. Professor Ravi Sankar, Ph.D. Professor Rudy Schlaf, Ph.D. Professor Dave Snider, Ph.D. Emeritus Professor Sylvia Thomas, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Jing Wang, Ph.D. Associate Professor (813)
8 Advisor Information Admission Advisor All information about application Information about conditional acceptance Amanda Williams Student Success Advisor Program Information Registration for all Courses Add/Drop Course Withdrawals General Information Leave of Absence Voluntary withdrawal from program Probation Status For general questions about the program Tuition Reimbursement Zach Crum Amanda Williams
9 USF NetID What is it? Your USF NetID is your user ID at the university. Why do I need it? It allows you to access Canvas, the learning management system you will use to access your online courses, and OASIS, USF s student information system, as well as many other services. How do I get it? To obtain your NetID, visit University Network Access Services, click on Activate your USF Net ID, and provide your first and last name, your USF ID #, your birthday, and the last four digits of your SSN. If you are an International Student, you will receive a 4-digit activation code by once you ve submitted your USF application. For additional assistance, contact International Services at Where can I go for help? For detailed instructions, or to view an online tutorial, visit USF NetID: Activating & Selecting.
10 What is it? All students will automatically be assigned an official USF student account. Your address will start with your Net ID, and end with the Why do I need it? Your USF student account will be used for all course correspondence and for all official university announcements, so please check it regularly. You can set your USF address to forward to your personal account. How can I access it? Visit the MyUSF portal, and login using your NetID. Once you are logged in, you can access your USF student account. Helpful Hint: Check your USF account often, and always use it when you communication with USF.
11 OASIS What is it? OASIS is USF s Online Access Student Information System. OASIS provides USF applicants and new, current and former students online access to their student records. Why do I need it? You will use OASIS to access all of your student records, including your admission application, financial aid information, contact information, immunization records, registration records, current schedule, tuition, fees and more. How do I access it? Visit the OASIS login page, and login using your NetID. Once you are logged in, you can access all your student records. Helpful Hint: If you move, or change your name or telephone number, don t forget to update your contact information in OASIS.
12 Registration When do I register for courses? After you receive your acceptance letter, your advisor will call you to go over program details and course information. At that time, you will let your advisor know which courses you want to register for that term. How do I register for courses? Your advisor will handle your course registration for you. You will NOT register through OASIS, USF s student information system. Do I get a registration confirmation? Once you are registered for your courses, you will receive an confirmation. Helpful hint: Taking courses outside of your program plan will not increase your financial aid reward. In order to graduate in a timely manner, we recommend that you only take the courses listed in your program plan.
13 Canvas What is it? Canvas is USF s learning management system, also known as the LMS. Why do I need it? You will use Canvas to access all of your online course content, including your assignments, exams, etc. How can I access it? Visit the MyUSF portal, and login using your NetID. Once you are logged in, you can access Canvas. The recommended web browsers for Canvas are Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome. Where can I go for help? For complete instructions on how to use Canvas, view the Canvas Student Orientation. In addition, Canvas contains a variety of tutorials and resources, as well as direct access to the USF IT Help Desk. Sometimes courses do not appear in Canvas until the day before classes start. If your class is NOT listed the day that classes start, please contact Innovative Education at
14 Technical Support What is it? USF Information Technology (IT) is here to assist you when you experience technical difficulties while taking your online course. Why do I need it? IT can answer questions about your NetID, your account, your applications, and other technology resources. Your instructor is available to answer your course-related questions, but cannot assist you with technology issues. Where can I go for help? If you need help, the IT Help Desk a description of your problem. To facilitate your request, include the following details in your Net ID Operating system and version Browser and version Computer make and model
15 Other Resources What are they? The university has developed a variety of resources to help you: Access student records and register for classes View the academic calendar Learn about financial aid Learn about your military benefits Search course schedules Prepare for standardized tests Obtain career counseling Find support for students with disabilities Find a tutor Access library resources Utilize technology resources And more! How can I access them? Visit the USF website for more information.
16 Other Resources Textbooks Some online courses require textbooks to accompany the course(s). Find your course schedule in OASIS, then fill out the form located here to find out which textbooks may be required: Textbook Information
17 Policies & Procedures What are they? USF has developed policies that cover a wide variety of topics, including everything from academic integrity to enrollment requirements and much more. Why do I need to be familiar with USF s policies? It is your responsibility to know ALL the policies, procedures and requirements that apply to your program. Familiarizing yourself with this information now will save you from surprises later. What are some of the most critical policies? Graduate Catalog When you enter USF, the catalog for that specific year serves as your contract with USF. All USF policies, procedures and requirements are found in this catalog. It is your responsibility to review your catalog and understand information that pertains to you and your degree. Mandatory First Day of Attendance You must log in to Canvas on the first day of each course in order to avoid being dropped from all your courses.
18 Policies & Procedures What are some of the most critical policies? (con t) Probation Any student who is not in good academic standing (grade of B or better) at the end of a semester will be on probation the following semester. The college or program may place students on probation for other reasons. Notification of probation will be made in writing by the department to the student and the college dean. At the end of each probationary semester, the department will recommend one of the following in writing to the college dean: removal of probation; continued probation; or dismissal from the degree program. Drop vs. Withdrawal During the first week of classes, students may drop or add classes with no academic or financial liability, provided the correct process is followed before the deadline. After the end of the first week of classes, students may withdraw from a class, but will be liable for the tuition and fees, and will receive a W on their transcripts.
19 Policies & Procedures What are some of the most critical policies? (con t) Academic Standards and Grades To be considered a student in good standing, graduate students must maintain an overall minimum GPA of 3.00 in all courses taken as a graduate student, and maintain an overall minimum GPA of 3.00 in all courses taken in each of the student s degree-seeking programs. No grades of C- or below will be accepted toward a graduate degree. Students must meet the requirements to be in good standing to graduate. How can I learn more? Visit Graduate School Policies and Procedures to learn more. Helpful Hint: If you have questions about USF s policies and procedures, always ask your advisor.
20 Academic Integrity What is it? Academic integrity is grounded in certain fundamental values, which include honesty, respect and fairness. Broadly defined, it is the completion of all academic endeavors and claims of scholarly knowledge as representative of one s own efforts. Issues related to academic integrity include plagiarism, cheating on examinations, reusing papers and submitting your own work. Why do I need to know about it? All USF students are expected to demonstrate the highest level of honesty and responsibility. Any form of dishonesty destroys the trust between faculty and student, is unfair to other students within the program and contradicts the reason for entering the program. Ignorance of the rules is not an excuse. What is required of me? All USF students are required to view this tutorial before the first day of classes (quizzes are not required). How can I learn more? View USF s policy on the Academic Integrity of Students for more information.
21 Financial Aid What is it? Financial aid is available to assist students in covering the costs of education. It is available in several different forms, including loans, which must be repaid with interest, usually beginning 6-9 months after graduation, and scholarships and grants, which are awarded to student and are considered gifts which do not need to be repaid, but must be noted on your income tax returns. How do I apply for financial aid? The first step is to complete the Free Application for Federal Student aid, commonly known as the FAFSA. Where can I get help? For complete information about this process, and more details about the forms of aid available, visit the USF Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships website. Tuition Reimbursement If you are eligible for tuition reimbursement, submit your request for an itemized bill to Innovative Education at Please be sure to include your full name and USF ID number (U#).
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