Advising Handbook - CEPS

This is for Faculty/Staff use only. Check with department for official information.

Samuel Mukasa, Dean, sam.mukasa@unh.edu, 2-1781

Charles Zercher, Associate Dean, chuck.zercher@unh.edu 2- 3515

Caitlin Baldwin, Academic Counselor, caitlin.baldwin@unh.edu, 2-1783, W283 Kingsbury

Nicole MacMillan, Career Development & Internship Counselor, Nicole.macmillan@unh.edu, 2-0097

MajorAdvising ContactDeclaration/Application Rule

Bioengineering

Russell Carr
Russell.Carr@unh.edu
Kingsbury W307
2-1429

Must meet with department before declaring

Chemical Engineering

Russell Carr
Russell.Carr@unh.edu

Kingsbury W307
2-1429

Must meet with department before declaring

Chemistry

Prof. Gary Weisman
Gary.weisman@unh.edu

Parsons W221
2-2304

Must meet with department before declaring

Civil Engineering

Prof. Raymond Cook
ray.cook@unh.edu

Kingsbury W181
2-1411

Declaration Rule

Computer Science

Michel Charpentier
Michel.Charpentier@unh.edu

Kingsbury N215A
2-2981

Declaration Rule

Computer Engineering

Tom Miller
tom.miller@unh.edu

Morse 227
2-1326

Must meet with department before declaring

Earth Sciences and
Earth Sciences Teaching

Prof. Joe Licciardi
Joe.licciardi@unh.edu 
James Hall 316
2-3135

Must meet with department before declaring

Electrical Engineering

Michael Carter
mike.carter@unh.edu
Kingsbury W319
2-4328

Must meet with department before declaring

Environmental Engineering:
Municipal Processes

Prof. Nancy Kinner
nancy.kinner@unh.edu
Gregg Hall 236
2-1422

Must meet with department before declaring

Environmental Sciences:
Hydrology

Anne Lightbody
anne.lightbody@unh.edu
James 236
2-0711

Must meet with department before declaring

Information Technology

Prof. Israel Yost
israel.yost@unh.edu
Kingsbury W251
2-2245

Declaration Rule

Mathematics and Statistics

Prof. Edward Hinson
edward.hinson@unh.edu
Kingsbury W383
2-2320

Must meet with department before declaring

Mechanical Engineering

Brad Kinsey
bkinsey@unh.edu

Kingsbury W101A
2-1811

Predictor Courses

Physics

Ben Chandran
benjamin.chandran@unh.edu
Morse 242B
2-2255

Must meet with department before declaring

Undeclared

Caitlin Baldwin
caitlin.baldwin@unh.edu
W283 Kingsbury
2-1783

No internal transfer option. Students should speak with their advisor for other options.

 

Civil Engineering - Declaration Rule

A student majoring in civil engineering may repeat a maximum of two CIE or ENE courses each of which may be repeated more than once. Furthermore, a civil engineering major is allowed a maximum of two consecutive semesters with a semester GPA of less than 2.00 and a maximum of any two semesters with a  GPA in CIE and ENE courses of less than 2.00

To transfer into the civil engineering major, a student must:

a. have an overall grade point average of 2.33 or greater;
b. have an overall grade point average of 2.33 or greater for all CIE and ENE courses taken to date;
c. have a grade point average of 2.33 in courses taken to date of MATH 425, PHYS 407, CHEM 405 or CHEM 403, CIE 525 or ME 525, and CIE 526 or ME 526;
d. have a minimum grade of C+ in courses taken to date of CIE 525 or ME 525 and CIE 526 or ME 526.

Students who wish to transfer into Civil Engineering should first meet with the departmental contact listed above.

To enter the required 600-level courses in the junior year, students:

a. must have completed CIE 525 or ME 525, CIE 526 or ME 526, MATH 425, PHYS 407, and CHEM 405 or CHEM 403,
b. must have achieved an overall grade point average of 2.00 or greater for these courses, and
c. must attain a grade of C or better in each of CIE 525 or ME 525 and CIE 526 or ME 526.

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Computer Science - Declaration Rule

Students wishing to transfer into Computer Science should make an appointment to meet with the Department Chair, Radim Bartos, or the Undergraduate Studies Coordinator, Michel Charpentier, and must meet the following criteria:

a. Although prerequisite courses are not required to transfer into the major, if students have taken any of the core courses of the CS curriculum, the minimum CS major grade requirements for these courses must be achieved.

  • A minimum grade of C- for CS 415 and CS 416.
  • A minimum grade of C- for MATH 425.

b. The student must have an overall grade point average of 2.0 or better in all courses taken at UNH.

Students who meet these criteria should apply in the department office and bring a complete copy of their academic records for evaluation.

 

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Information Technology - Declaration Rule

Students wishing to transfer into Computer Science should make an appointment to meet with the Department Chair, Radim Bartos, or the Undergraduate Studies Coordinator, Michel Charpentier, and must meet the following criteria:

a. Although prerequisite courses are not required to transfer into the major, if students have taken any of the core courses of the CS curriculum, the minimum CS major grade requirements for these courses must be achieved.

    • A minimum grade of C- for CS 415 and CS 416.
    • A minimum grade of C- for MATH 425.

b. The student must have an overall grade point average of 2.0 or better in all courses taken at UNH.

Students who meet these criteria should apply in the department office and bring a complete copy of their academic records for evaluation.

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