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  • Semester at SDSU: Quick Reference
    also required Certificate Entertainment Management If you are earning an Entertainment Management certificate you must take 12 units from the following list and receive no grade lower than a B to qualify for the certificate Theatre 335 Theatre 336 Theatre 345 Theatre 470 Theatre 476 and Television Film Media 401 Certificate Hotel Tourism Management If you are earning an HTM certificate you must take 12 units in areas of interest in hospitality HTM and or recreation RTM and receive no grade lower than a B to qualify for a certificate Certificate Sustainable Tourism Management If you are earning a the Sustainable Tourism certificate you must take 12 units in specific courses Please view the certificate information Computer Lab The following labs are available for use by students Gateway Center GW 1520 1530 and 2519 Extended Studies Center ESC 105 and 207 Important Please DO NOT enter a lab when the sign says closed for class Lab Printing Rules You may print assignments related to SDSU Special Session classes only Do NOT print more than 10 pages PowerPoint ppt printing must have six slides to a page 10 pages maximum Do not print from the internet If you need to print large documents you may use printing services at the library Credit No Credit If you are an ALI student you may take classes that are offered as credit no credit but you may not change the grading option Graded classes must be taken for a letter grade Final Exams Be sure to check the final exam schedule for your classes before making flight or vacation arrangements Do not expect professors to change exam schedules to fit your schedule We recommend purchasing your ticket for the day after the program ends or later Grades If you are applying to SDSU you should not have any grades below a B If you receive grades of less than a C you may be placed on academic probation the following semester if you decide to continue in the Semester at SDSU program Parking Student parking permits may be purchased at the Cashier s Window Permits for the entire semester are valid from the first day of the semester NOT the first day of the program until the last days of final exams Probation Students who violate a Semester at SDSU policy such as crashing certain courses or departments that are not permitted will be required to sign a policy violation agreement Violating a policy may jeopardize your chances of continuing in the program for another semester or returning to the program in the future Special Sessions These are College of Business Administration courses offered exclusively to ALI students through the College of Extended Studies They have the same content and professors as SDSU courses and will appear on an official SDSU transcript Once a student signs up for a special session they cannot drop or switch the course Students have to attend all classes and do all required readings and homework Sports Classes You

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  • Semester at SDSU: Syllabi
    on a certain day how your grade in the class will be determined and dates of exams The following departments provide syllabi for some of their classes on the SDSU Library website If you are not able to find the syllabus on the SDSU Library website please view the Archive link towards the bottom of this page If you cannot find the syllabus on the archive site either we do not have the syllabus in possession Accounting Aerospace Engineering Africana Studies American Indian Studies Anthropology Art Astronomy Biology Business Administration 600 700 levels are not permitted Chemistry Child Family Development City Planning Civil Construction Environmental Engineering Classics and Humanities Communication Computer Engineering Computer Science Criminal Justice Economics Electrical Engineering or Electrical Engineering English and Comparative Literature European Studies Exercise and Nutritional Studies Finance Geography Geological Sciences History Hospitality and Tourism Management Journalism Media Studies Latin American Studies Linguistics Languages Management Management Information Systems Marketing Mathematics Statistics Music Dance Mechanical Engineering Philosophy Psychology or Psychology recent semesters Physics Political Science Public Administration Public Health Recreation and Tourism Management Religious Studies Rhetoric Writing Studies Social Work Sociology Spanish Portuguese Teacher Education Theatre Television Film Women s Studies Click here for the Syllabus

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  • Semester at SDSU: Choosing Classes
    Classes that do not have a schedule number assigned These courses have no set meeting time and have ARR assigned and are in the 490s and 790s 498 499 797 798 799 etc These are Special Study Research courses and students usually have a pre existing relationship with a professor to be recommended Online courses Students on an F 1 visa are not allowed in online courses since you are in the U S to physically be in a classroom Classes in the following departments are only open to Business Courses and Business Certificate students Accounting ACCTG Business Administration BA Finance FIN Management MGT Management Information Systems MIS and Marketing MKTG Business Courses Students Business Administration 600 799 classes Business Courses students who wish to take classes with the same content may enroll in the equivalent undergraduate courses listed below BA 625 ACCTG 201 BA 624 MGT 350 BA 623 MIS 301 BA 626 ECON 101 102 BA 627 MKTG 370 BA 628 MIS 302 BA 629 FIN 323 Explanations of course numbering and the grading system and an explanation of units can be found in the General Catalog Notes On Specific Departments for Semester at SDSU students Psychology Graduate courses in psychology are open to ALI students as long as you meet the prerequisites there are available seats in the class and you come to the class as soon as possible it probably isn t a good idea for psychology classes to be a backup Seminar classes are specifically tailored to the program and you will be unable to add these courses Similar psychology courses may be found in the College of Education or Social Work department Communication The Communication department has a managed process for enrolling How to attempt to enroll in Communication courses 1 Go to the COMM department office Communication room 237 starting the first day of classes at 10 00AM 2 Fill out paperwork at department 3 Go to the class you want to crash 4 Listen receive instructions from professor If the Communication course begins before 10 00AM on Wednesday January 21st you may visit the course but please pick up the paperwork at 10 00AM at the COMM office ENS Sports Courses How to enroll in ENS sports courses Go to the ARC front desk or to the various tents around campus the first week of classes The ARC front desk handles the equipment fee payment Equipment fees are not included in the Semester at SDSU tuition fee Make sure you specify you want the sports course for credit or non credit Credit means you want it to count as a unit towards your F 1 visa status AND it will show on your transcript If you submit an ALI Semester at SDSU Open University Form with an add code or signature you are taking this course for credit Non credit means you do not want it to count towards your visa status do not want it on your transcript and do not

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  • Semester at SDSU: Business Courses
    Program Semester at SDSU students are not permitted to crash courses in the College of Business Administration CBA Accounting ACCTG Business Administration BA Finance FIN Management MGT Management Info Systems MIS Marketing MKTG Business Courses students have a managed enrollment process for adding courses in these departments and must see a Semester at SDSU advisor for permission Details will be explained at orientation General Classes with Business Related Content Below is a list of classes that contain business related content but are offered in various departments Semester at SDSU students are encouraged to take these classes as their chances of studying with American students is higher Dept Course Course Title Term Term AMIND 370 Tribal Gaming Spring ANTH 350 Cultures around the Globe Fall Spring ANTH 353 Sustainability and Culture Spring ASIAN 300 Asia s Global Future Spring CCS 301 Political Economy of the Chicano People Spring CCS 355 The United States Mexico International Border Fall Spring COMM 307 Communicating in Professional Setting Spring COMM 371 Intercultural Communication Fall Spring COMM 406 Organizational Communication Spring COMM 485 Communicating Leadership Fall Spring CS 440 Social and Ethical Issues Fall Spring ECON ALL Fall Spring GEOG 102 Principles of Cultural Geography Fall Spring GEOG 104 Geographic Information Science and Spatial Reasoning Fall Spring GEOG 106 World Regional Geography Fall Spring GEOG 321 United States Fall Spring GEOG 324 Latin America Fall Spring GEOG 340 Geography of Food Fall Spring GEOG 354 Geography of Cities Fall Spring GEOG 370 Conservation Science Policy Fall Spring HIST 441 Unnatural Disasters Spring HTM 201 Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism Management Fall Spring HTM 223 Hospitality Managerial Accounting and Controls Fall Spring HTM 250 Hospitality Law Fall Spring HTM 301 Service Leadership Development Fall Spring HTM 320 Hotel Management Fall Spring HTM 330 Event and Meeting Industry Fall Spring HTM 333 Weddings Social Events Fall HTM 340 Restaurant Management Spring HTM 370 Tribal Gaming Spring HTM 371 Tribal Gaming Casino Operations Fall HTM 373 Tribal Gaming Marketing Public Relations Spring HTM 380 Hospitality Leadership Theory Fall Spring HTM 425 Property Management in Hospitality Tourism Fall HTM 431 Convention Services Spring HTM 433 Destination Management Services Spring HTM 435 Sporting Event and Festival Management Spring HTM 450 Venture Entr Management in HTM Fall HTM 453 Hospitality Sales Marketing Fall HTM 455 Hospitality Finance Management Fall HTM 465 Hospitality Technology Fall Spring HTM 480 Leadership and Coaching in Hospitality Fall Spring HTM 490 Strategic Management in Hospitality and Tourism Fall Spring ISCOR 300 Global Systems Fall Spring ISCOR 301 Conflict and Conflict Resolution Fall Spring JMS 412 Media Industries and their Audiences Fall Spring JMS 440 Management of Media Organizations Fall Spring JMS 450 Media Cultures Fall Spring JMS 460 Principles of Advertising Fall Spring JMS 462 Advertising Strategy Social Media Fall Spring JMS 480 Principles of Public Relations Fall Spring JMS 481 Public Relations Media and Messaging Fall Spring JMS 565 Advertising Campaigns Spring JMS 581 Public Relations Research Methods Fall Spring JMS 585 Professional Practices in Public

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  • Semester at SDSU: General Courses
    enroll in a variety of SDSU courses at undergraduate or graduate levels with American students These courses range from economics to geography engineering to art just to name a few Students in the General Courses program may choose classes in any of SDSU s departments except in the College of Business Administration provided that the students are qualified and the classes have space Students in the General Courses program are not permitted to enroll in any courses in the College of Business Administration including Accounting ACCTG Business Administration BA Finance FIN Management MGT Management Information Systems MIS Marketing MKTG It is important to note that the Department of Economics ECON is considered as a General Courses department and students who are only interested in enrolling in ECON courses should apply to the General Courses Program Students who choose to enroll in the General Courses program will find more opportunities to study with American students and will have greater flexibility in their schedules Certificate Programs We have a variety of Certificate programs Hospitality Tourism and Recreation Management Sustainable Tourism Management Entertainment Management Environmental Studies Impacted General Course Programs Graduate psychology students that need graduate level psychology courses levels 600 700 are

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  • Semester at SDSU: Orientation
    program start date on your I 20 There are mandatory events to attend from the program start date through the first day of classes including Registration and Orientation Please visit the Calendar page above for a list of all event times Registration This is an introductory meeting for the program Please bring the following items to registration Passport Academic Orientation Please bring your RED ID card and a pen Learn about Semester at SDSU policies Learn how to add drop a class WebPortal Blackboard Cultural Information Session Learn how to access Blackboard WebPortal Learn how to complete an American Scantron for classes See what a clicker is and where you can purchase one Receive facts about American culture Campus Tour Take our free walking tour of the San Diego State University campus Meet at the Advising Desk times will be posted there Public Safety Talk Receive information on how to stay safe in San Diego City Bus Tour Take our free bus tour of San Diego beach areas This is a great introduction to the San Diego landscape Aztec Recreation Orientation Sign up for your free gym membership and learn about different sports events activities and clubs Special Sessions Advising

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  • Semester at SDSU: Student Life
    students to volunteer information but some professors call on students randomly It is thus a good idea to come to class prepared so as not to be embarrassed in front of the class Remember that class participation is an important part of the grade in many classes Students should not talk to each other during class Students who disrupt the class will often be asked to be quiet in front of the whole class the professor may use a sarcastic or humorous tone when doing this If a student continues to disrupt the class the student may be asked to leave If you are asked to leave for being disruptive this can negatively affect your grade E MAIL When sending e mails to professors or advisors it is important to be polite and formal 1 Impolite I need to meet with you because you gave me the wrong grade Polite Would it be possible to set up an appointment with you to discuss my grade 2 Impolite This is the second time I am e mailing you Why haven t you responded Polite I am not sure if you received my e mail on include date but repeat original message Please allow the professor or advisor a reasonable amount of time to respond to your e mail It is never a good idea to e mail someone more than once in the same day Remember that they may have many e mails ahead of yours and that they will get to your message as soon as they can Do not expect professors or advisors to respond outside of regular work hours Messages sent on weekends or holidays might not be answered until the next official work school day CHEATING Cheating is a very serious offense that can lead to your failing the assignment failing the class being dismissed from the class or being dismissed from the Semester at SDSU program http www sa sdsu edu srr conduct1 html According to the SDSU Website cheating is defined as the act of obtaining or attempting to obtain credit for academic work by the use of dishonest deceptive or fraudulent means Examples of cheating include but are not limited to copying in part or in whole from another s test or other examination discussing answers or ideas relating to the answers on a test or other examination without the permission of the instructor obtaining copies of a test an examination or other course material without the permission of the instructor using notes cheat sheets or other devices considered inappropriate under the prescribed testing condition collaborating with another or others in work to be presented without the permission of the instructor falsifying records laboratory work or other course data submitting work previously presented in another course if contrary to the rules of the course altering or interfering with the grading procedures plagiarizing as defined and knowingly and intentionally assisting another student in any of the above Students found cheating in class may be sent

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  • Semester at SDSU: FAQs
    the second floor of the Extended Studies Center ESC I have all my classes but I would like to crash a more interesting course Should I drop one of my current courses to crash this new course No You should wait until you get the signature or add code from the professor for the new class before dropping a course you have already enrolled in You may enroll in up to 15 units at a time permission from the Semester at SDSU Director is needed for more than 15 units How do I drop a regular SDSU course You must obtain a drop form Transaction Form fill out the course information and get the professor s signature After you have the completed the Transaction Form submit it to the Registration Window to finalize the drop Keep your copy of the Transaction Form for proof of the dropped class Special Sessions Are Special Sessions the same as ALI classes No ALI classes are English language classes that are taken by students who wish to improve their English skills and do not count for university credit Special Session classes are university classes set up for Semester at SDSU and ALI students who wish to receive university credit Will Special Session grades be on my SDSU transcript Yes Are Special Sessions designed to be easier for the international students No the material content and grading are the same as the on campus course How do I add a Special Session You must see a Semester at SDSU advisor during the enrollment period Any Special Session you add cannot be dropped or changed How do I drop a Special Session Special Sessions cannot be dropped or changed We have this policy to ensure students have the required amount of units Do the Special Session courses appear on Webportal No Do the Special Session courses appear on Blackboard Yes if the professor is using Blackboard Graduate vs Undergraduate How do I know if a class is at the graduate or undergraduate level The course number determines the level of the class Level 100 is 1st year 200 is 2nd year etc Level 100 299 lower division Level 300 499 upper division 100 499 are undergraduate level Level 500 599 can be graduate or upper division undergraduate Extra work assigned by the professor can be done to earn graduate credit for the class Level 600 799 are graduate classes for Master s students only Level 800 are not open to ALI students How do you determine if a student is a graduate student and only needs nine units To be considered a graduate student per your F 1 visa you must be taking at least six units of classes level 600 and above Will my SDSU transcript say that I am a graduate student No SDSU transcripts will only say graduate if you are enrolled in an SDSU graduate program ALI students will get a standard transcript but the classes will still be transferable since the

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