Semester of Registration
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Year of Registration
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Expected Graduation Month
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Expected Graduation Year
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Interests and Concentration
What are your academic interests? How might you define your concentration now? Explain it in two to three sentences.
What are your intellectual goals for the semester? How are your course selections related to these goals?
Progress and Change
What have you done over the past semester to help realize the intellectual goals described above? In what ways have your academic or intellectual interests, goals and plans changed since you wrote the plan of study last semester?
Developing a strong concentration *
Gallatin requires a student’s concentration to situate its topic(s) in a historical framework. How might the courses you are planning to take this coming semester help you to
think historically? Briefly discuss.
Developing a strong concentration
Your Gallatin concentration also should identify ways that the themes or questions that it explores may be understood in different
cultural, geographic or political contexts. How might the courses you are planning to take this coming semester help you to think across these different contexts? Briefly discuss.
Developing a strong concentration
Units in Progress
Total Earned Units
* - Select - Cynthia Allen Janet Alperstein Rebecca Amato Peder Anker Sinan Antoon Julie Avina Gianpaolo Baiocchi Jennifer Berg Jamie Berthe Jamie Bianco Barton Bishop Christopher Bram William Caspary John Castellano Paula Chakravartty Anthony Charuvastra Ngina Chiteji Cyd Cipolla Eugene Cittadino Kwami Coleman Sybil Cooksey Julian Cornell Nina Cornyetz Marie Cruz Soto Kimberly DaCosta Lisa Daily Mehmet Darakcioglu Lauren Davis Anne Dewitt Kristoffer Diaz Michael Dinwiddie Stephen Duncombe Gregory Erickson June Foley Valerie Forman Sara Franklin Hallie Franks Rosalind Fredericks Lise Friedman Sharon Friedman Andrea Gadberry Charles Gelman Donald Gilles Bret Gladstone Lisa Goldfarb Lauren Greenspan Matthew Gregory Paul Grimstad Hannah Gurman Rahul Hamid Ethan Harkness Louise Harpman Richard Hendler Scott Hightower Karen Holmberg Karen Hornick Kristin Horton Mitchell Joachim Trevor Jockims Shatima Jones Selin Kalaycioglu Max Kaplan Nina Katchadourian Rosanne Kennedy Bruce King David King Eugenia Kisin Aubrey Korneta Michelle Lee Bradley Lewis Philip Libby Moya Luckett Ritty Lukose Jessie Male Julie Malnig Vanessa Manko Patrick McCreery Edward Melnick Eve Meltzer Keith Miller Bella Mirabella Ali Mirsepassi Irene Morrison-Moncure Sara Murphy Chitra Neogy Vasuki Nesiah Anastasiya Osipova Amanda Petrusich Kimberly Phillips-Fein Stacy Pies Millery Polyne Todd Porterfield Kathryn Posin Robin Powell Myisha Priest Jean Railla Peter Rajsingh Benjamin Ratliff William Rayner Mark Read Jacob Remes Lee Robbins Andrew Romig Ignazia Rubino Antonio Rutigliano Leslie Satin Eugene Secunda Dennis Shasha George Shulman Carl Skelton Laura Slatkin Judith Sloan Chadwick Smith Amy Spellacy Matthew Stanley Kristi Steinmetz David Sugarman Meredith Theeman Selma Thompson Yevgeniya Traps Christopher Trogan Sean Vanatta Gregory Vargo Alejandro Velasco Adrian Versteegh Eugene Vydrin Malik Walker Lauren Walsh Sonia Werner Cameron Williams Susanne Wofford Diane Wong Duncan Yoon Other
* - Select - Yevgeniya Traps (First-year) Cameron Williams (Sophomore) Irene Morrison-Moncure (Junior) Meredith Theeman (Senior) Malik Walker (Senior) Aubrey Korneta (Transfer) David Sugarman (Transfer)
Please answer all of the questions below
Have you submitted your IAPC statement?
* The questions that follow all refer to the “Semester of Registration” that you indicated at the start of this form
I have reviewed my remaining degree requirements on my Degree Progress Report on Albert, and I acknowledge that my graduation will be delayed if I do not complete all of the Gallatin degree requirements.
Because it is the student’s responsibility to be aware of their remaining degree requirements, students should consult their
Degree Progress Report on Albert and speak with their advisers about appropriate course selections that will fulfill these requirements.
Are you planning to register for a Gallatin Internship?
Undergraduate students may enroll in as many as (but no more than) 24 total internship units during their undergraduate course of study, and as many as (but no more than) four internship units per semester.
Are you planning to register for a Stern business course?
No more than 31 units in business courses can count towards the Gallatin BA degree. This includes, but is not limited to: all courses in the Stern School; business courses in the School of Professional Studies, NYU Shanghai, and NYU Abu Dhabi; and business courses transferred from other colleges and universities.
Are you planning to register for a Gallatin Private Lesson?
Undergraduate students may not take more than 24 credits in private lessons during their studies at the Gallatin School. Included in this total will be units earned from Gallatin Private Lessons (INDIV-UG 1701) as well as units earned from Steinhardt music courses noted as “individual instruction in the performing arts” (e.g., Participation in NYU Orchestra, Private Vocal Training, etc.).
Are you planning to register for a Liberal Studies course?
After matriculation at Gallatin students generally are not permitted to receive credit for Liberal Studies (-UF) courses. If you are a student completing the GLS minor, you may
petition to have this rule waived
Are you planning to register for a School of Professional Studies (SPS) course?
Gallatin students will only recieve credit for SPS courses in areas of study that are generally not offered at other schools of NYU.
Students who do not need to register for more courses in a fall or spring semester to fulfill degree requirements, but who have not yet graduated because of an incomplete grade or because the Colloquium has not been completed, must maintain their student status in the University by registering for the 0-unit “Maintain Matriculation” (MAINT-UG 4747). Please keep the following in mind:
You may not register to maintain matriculation if you have remaining coursework/units requiring course registration.
You may register to maintain matriculation for a maximum of two semesters.
Are you planning to repeat a course that you took already?
Most courses may be taken one time only for credit toward the BA, unless the course has been approved to be repeated for credit.
Are you planning to sit for the Colloquium this semester?
Students who plan to sit for the colloquium may register for
“Colloquium” (COLLQ-UG, 2 units) to earn two units for successfully completing the colloquium. Registration for “Colloquium” (COLLQ-UG, 2 units) is recommended but not required for students admitted prior to summer 2015. For students admitted to Gallatin in summer 2015 and later, the colloquium credit is required.
Students planning to register for COLLQ-UG “Colloquium” should enter this course number into the course selections below. After approval of the Plan of Study, students will be assigned a section and sent registration codes the 3rd week of June (fall term registration)/ the 3rd week of December (spring term registration)
If you registered for COLLQ-UG in a prior semester, you do not need to register again; you will be assigned a grade of I (incomplete) that will change to P after you pass the colloquium.
Note: The COLLQ-UG does not count toward the 32-credit Gallatin requirement.
I am requesting approval to register above the credit limit for the semester.
Students may register for a maximum of 18 units per fall or spring and a maximum of 8 units per six-week summer session. Students may request permission to exceed this load, provided that they have at least a 3.0 GPA, no incomplete grades and adviser approval. Students enrolling for more than 18 units in fall or spring will be assessed additional tuition charges (see the
Web site of the Office of the Bursar for additional tuition and fee charges).
If yes, please specify the total number of units (i.e. 19 units)
By answering YES or UNSURE to any of the above questions I acknowledge that I read the information and instructions about these topics.
* Course Selections
Permission numbers are not required for all courses.
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