Advisement Fall 2013

Advisement will run from October 21 to November 1. You can find out who your advisor is at You can then contact them to setup an advisement appointment, or drop by their office to setup the appointment. Registration appointments will be sent to the students by the Registrar through Undergraduate early registration begins the week of November 11th. Open registration starts November 18th.

Tutoring Available in Swearingen

It has been arranged for tutors from the Student Success Center to serve our students on Monday and Wednesday afternoons in Swearingen 1A31 (cube at the Assembly Street entrance). Here’s the tutoring schedule you can share with your students. Drop-in Tutoring Schedule Fall 2013, Swearingen room 1A31
  • Math (115 – 242): M 12-3, W 12-3, 3:30-5
  • Physics (211-212): MW 3 – 5
  • Thermo: MW 3 – 5
  • Statics: MW 3 – 5
  • Chemistry (111 – 334): M 3 – 5, W 12 – 2
  • STAT 509: W 12 – 2
This is a trial program for this semester. Based on usage, we will terminate, continue or expand this in the Spring.

ENCP 481 has been Dropped

CE majors, regardless of year, do not need to take ENCP 481. This 1-credit hour class has been absorbed into CSCE 490. That is

  • CSCE 490 is a substitute for ENCP 491 and ENCP 481
  • CSCE 492 is a substitute for ENCP 492

There was some confusion on whether or not this would happen but we can confirm now that even current students do not need ENCP 481 to graduate. See earlier post for the full details on curriculum changes.

2013 Curriculum and Guidesheets

The Fall 2013 curriculum and degree guidesheets are now posted: CS, CE, and CIS. The significant changes from last year's requirements are:
  1. The CS major has dropped the CSCE 200-level elective requirement.
  2. The CIS major has replaced the CSCE 200-level elective requirement with CSCE 201.
  3. The CE major now requires CSCE 490/CSCE 492 instead of ENCP 481/ENCP 491/ENCP 492.
  4. CSCE 374 has changed its number to CSCE 274, changed its pre-requisites to just CSCE 146, and should now be taken a semester earlier by CE majors.
As always, current students can use these requirements if they desire.

Class Overrides Status

I just wanted to let you all know that we are working on processing your requests. The new registration system has slowed the process a little, but now we should be able to address these issues. As the first steps in handling all of these we have initiated the process of creating:
  1. A new section of CSCE 211, late afternoon TTH,
  2. A new section of CSCE 240, late afternoon TTH,
  3. A larger room for CSCE 490 (=ENCP 491)
We will address all of the requests as quickly as we can make decisions. We are just starting with the most commonly occurring ones. For those wanting to get on the list, the website for the googledoc for override requests and for other issues with the Fall 2013 schedule is here. Dr. Manton Matthews

ENCP 491 is now CSCE 490

Computer Engineering majors will note that ENCP 491 is not being offered. This class has been replaced with CSCE 490. If you are a CE major and want to use the old curriculum sheets, which list ENCP 481, ENCP 490, ENCP 492 as a requirement, then you will need to take CSCE 490, CSCE 492. CE majors no longer need to take ENCP 481. Starting with the Fall 2013 curriculum (to appear) ENCP 481 has been dropped from the Computer Engineering major. It will only require CSCE 490, CSCE 492.

Advisement for Fall 2013 Classes

Advisement for Summer and Fall 2013 (one appointment) will be March 18 through April 1st. You will meet with your advisor, as usual. To register for Fall 2013 classes, visit and find the “Enrolled Students” section. There, you will find a registration link, along with links to view your class schedule, grades, transcripts, and holds. Registration for Summer I and II 2013 will be conducted in VIP as we have in the past. You will use your VIP ID and password to sign in. If you don’t know your VIP ID, visit before your registration appointment. You will not be able to use your social security number to register for fall classes.

CSCE Carolina Core Courses Approved

Our CSCE 101, CSCE 102, and CSCE 145 classes have been approved as satisfying the Carolina Core Analytical Reasoning and Problem-solving (ARP) requirement. We have also submitted CSCE 390 as a candidate to satisfy the Values, Ethics and Social responsibility (VSR) Carolina Core and hope it will be approved by Fall 2013, but we cannot guarantee that this will happen.