Advising - come prepared for your advising meeting. Have a copy of your transcript.
-- students get dropped from their classes for non-payment . When that happens, a students may not be able to get back into their preferred classes as classes are full at that point.
Q: Will my programming courses transfer to UTA?
A: We do not transfer programming courses from other institutions, but you can take a suit of tests to place out of our programming courses (CSE 1310, CSE 1320, CSE 1325).
- 1310 test : intro to programming; /C/C+.
- 1320 test: knowledge of C (including syntax, pointers and memory allocation).
- 1325 test: knowledge of C++ and Object Oriented Programming.
For more details about topics covered by each test, .
. If you have already attempted, at UTA, any of the CSE classes, you cannot take the test.
The test is free, but . It is administered in the ERB building room 621.
and leave it with one of the advisors. to schedule the test.
Senior Secretary, Undergraduate Program Secretary
Office: 622 ERB, Phone : 817-272-3603, Email : email@example.com
Know the rules and regulations. All the rules below are important. Make sure you understand them. If you have any questions ask an advisor.
- General Academic Regulations - Read ALL the rules and pay particular attention to:
- Schedule Changes (Ads and Drops)
- State Law - Six Course Drop Limit
- State Law - 45 hours to major requirement
- State Law - Excessive hours
- note that if you started classes at UTA in the Fall of 2013 or later and you are a transfer student, you DO NOT qualify for Grade Forgiveness. All the grades you make at UTA will be used in computing your GPA (if you first get and F and then an A in a course, both grades will go into your GPA).
- College of Engineering Academic Regulations - Read all the rules.