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Student Advising

This is an example of a student academic plan that we use to advise students. I have been using these since 2008, updating them each year as the curriculum changes. I have posted student advising hours and also accommodate those students who are not available during my regular hours. The student academic plans have been created for each Design emphasis/concentration, for each degree. Every student has this form customized with their grades. I always give a student an updated hard copy of this record at the end of our appointment. This paper system is now being replaced with Ivy Advising. A student will be able to check any time to see what he/she still needs and what has been completed.

STUDENT ACADEMIC PLAN


Ivy Tech Community College

Northwest

School of Technology
Design Technology (DESN) AAS
C# E-MAIL H/M PHONE: WORK PHONE: TRANSCRIPT: HS ___ GED ___ COLLEGE ___
Writing ENGL093 ENGL111 _______ _ _______ _ _______ _ Comp Prealgebra 22+ Algebra 24+ Algebra 35+ Algebra 52+ Math MATH 015 MATH 023 MATH 035 MATH 043 ______ _ ______ _ ______ _ ______ _ Degree Objective: AAS AS ____ ___ TC CDC ____ ___ CO ____

FIRST NAME: LAST NAME: Application: YES ____ NO____


Comp 49-79 80-100 Reading ENGL 083 NONE Comp _______ _______ _______ 32-69 70-100

CURRICULUM SCHEDULE
Course DESN DESN DESN DESN ^^IVY T MATH DESN ENGL MATH DESN 102 103 ** ** 1__ 136 220 111 137 ** ______________________________ College Algebra Advanced CAD English Composition Trigonometry with Analytic Geometry Name Technical Graphics CAD Fundamentals CR 3 3 3 3 1-3 3 3 3 3 3
DESN 102, DESN 103

Effective Fall '13


Prerequisites Semester

Grad e

Semester I (FALL) - 16-18 credits

plan

taken

Semester II (SPRING) - 15 credits

DESN

**
(available to lighten other semesters or to take a course only offered in the summer)

Summer Semester

Semester III (FALL) - 15 credits


* DESN xxx 113 Humanities/Social Sciences Elective Intermediate CAD 3 3
DESN 103

DESN COM M DESN

221 101 **

Statics Fundamentals of Public Speaking

3 3 3

MATH 121 or MATH 137

Semester IV (SPRING) - 14 credits


DESN DESN PHYS DESN ^DES N 217 222 101 224 225 Design Process & Applications Strength of Materials Physics I Autodesk CAD Certification Portfolio Preparation 3 3 4 1
DESN 104 or 220 or METC 220 DESN 221 MATH 121 or MATH 137 DESN 113 DESN 220 or Advisr

*Humanities/Social Sciences Elective ^ Capstone course

3 Apprvl ** Design Technology Elective (5)

^^ IVYT elective course is required if program ready; IVYT 101 or IVYT 120 is required in the first semester if one or two ASA courses needed; IVYT 120 is required in the first semester if three or more ASA courses needed. The School of Technology reserves the right to change the schedule due to enrollment considerations, program revisions, or unforeseen circumstances. It is the student's responsibility to meet all prerequisites as outlined by the program. Projected Completion Date:____________________________ Student's Signature:_________________________________________________

Date:_______________________

Statewide Electives Regionally Available (grouped by area of emphasis)


Prerequisites COMPUTER GRAPHICS (AAS) DESN 130 Fundamentals of Computer Graphics DESN 131 Industrial Sketching (sketching/drawing) DESN 132 Raster Imaging (Photoshop) DESN 133 Vector Imaging (Illustrator)
3 3 3 3 DESN 130

DESN 138 2D Animation (AfterEffects) DESN 230 Computer Modeling and Animation
(3D Studio Max)

3 3 3 3 3 3 3

DESN 130 DESN 103 Advisor approval Assessment or "C" in ENGL 031 CINS 101 OR CINS 102

DESN 280 Co-op/Internship VISC 102 Fundamentals of Imaging (Photography) CINS 101 Introduction to Microcomputers CINS 157 Web Site Development INDT 100 Computer Fundamentals for Technology ARCHITECTURE (AAS) DESN 105 Architectural Design I (Sketchup) DESN 109 Construction Materials and Specifications DESN 204 Architectural Design II (Revit) DESN 208 Structural Design and Detailing DESN 209 Estimating DESN 210 Surveying DESN 211 Commercial Structures I DESN 222 Strength of Materials DESN 280 Co-op/Internship INDT 100 Computer Fundamentals for Technology MECHANICAL (AAS) DESN 104 Mechanical Graphics DESN 201 Schematics DESN 206 Mechanical & El. Equipment DESN 214 Kinematics of Machinery DESN 217 Design Process and Application DESN 222 Strength of Materials DESN 230 Computer Modeling & Animation DESN 280 Co-op/Internship INDT 100 Computer Fundamentals for Technology INDT 104 Fluid Power INDT 113 Basic Electricity ADMF 115 Materials and Processes for Manuf

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

DESN 103

DESN 105 DESN 103, DESN 109, MATH 111 DESN 109 MATH 137 DESN 204, MATH tba DESN 221 Advisor approval

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

DESN 103 DESN 102, DESN 103 DESN 103, MATH tba DESN 104 , MATH tba DESN 104 DESN 221 DESN 103 Advisor approval

Assessment or 'C' in MATH 040 or MATH 015 Assessment or 'C' in MATH 040 or MATH 015 Assessment or 'C' in ENGL 024 and ENGL 031