Planning Your Courses
Use the undergraduate calendar together with the Course Planning Tool and your previous degree transcript to forecast credits that will transfer to the Nutrition and Food degree.
- Remember that a maximum of 20 transfer credits can be applied to your degree, and that courses can only be assessed by the Transfer Credit Office once you have been offered admission into the program.
Track your transferred or completed credits by checking your advisement report through RAMSS.
To appeal a transfer credit decision, review transfer credit reassessment.
Keep your Academic Plan up-to-date by reviewing your advisement report and cross-referencing with your Course Planning Tool each year. This lets you see all the courses you have taken, are currently enrolled in, and still need to take in order to graduate.
Get the schedule you want by completing course intentions early to mid-March each year. During course intentions, your academic plan acts as a guide: use it with RAMSS to save a seat in the classes you need.
- Add, drop and swap classes. During the enrollment period, you will be able to make changes to your schedule based on availability of open classes.