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#723735 - 11/05/11 04:45 PM Planning your College Courses
Lisa LowCarb / VideoGames Offline
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How do you guys plan out your college courses you need to take and keep track of the ones you've taken already?

Here's my chart, I thought it might help to share our ideas with each other.

Lisa's Course Map

It's using the Northeastern system which might be different than how other colleges work. So here's a bit of explanation.

At Northeastern for a given degree they give you your four year plan. I transferred in credits, so for me it's actually three years and a quarter.

So first I laid out the courses they wanted you to take, by year, just as they recommend.

Then I added coding to track the course types.
Italics are core required courses to graduate with a degree.
Underlines are my leadership major courses.
Red are my Organizational Communication minor.
Green are my Sociology minor.

So far so good? I think all students can do those things.

So then as I took each course I marked it as DONE with the grade I got.

The remaining "non required" courses are divided into completely open electives and electives which can't be business courses. So those I can fill in with whatever I want.

Let me know if you have any questions! It's really very easy to set this up in Word - just make a table with 2 x 2 cells and start typing!
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#723762 - 11/05/11 06:42 PM Re: Planning your College Courses [Re: Lisa LowCarb / VideoGames]
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Thanks Lisa. That's great. I agree that it is important to plan your college courses.
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