School of Computer, Mathematical & Natural Sciences
Welcome SCMNS Students!
Academic advising is an integral part in your academic journey in the School of Computer, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences (SCMNS). It is a collaborative and interactive process between you and your academic advisor. To enhance your academic advising experience, we have developed a roadmap to guide you through the SCMNS advising process.
Currently enrolled SCMNS students must complete all four steps in the academic advising roadmap before you can register for classes.
REGISTRATION FOR SPRING 2024 IS NOW CLOSED. The advising process for Fall 2024 registration will be updated as we draw closer to advising season.
STEP 1: Complete the Internship Form
STEP 2: Complete the Academic Advising Form
STEP 3: Meet with your Assigned Academic Advisor
STEP 4: Register for your classes
GET IN THE KNOW...
It is extremely important that you meet with your academic advisor each semester for advisement. The partnership between you and your advisor is essential to you successfully nagivating college and graduating on time. Your academic advisor provides guidance on class selection, internships, research, and other key resources just for you.
You can find your advisor's contact information in Degree Works or Starfish.
Each SCMNS department also has a dedicated academic advising email address to assist you.
SCMNS DEPARTMENTAL ADVISING EMAILS
ALL SCMNS FRESHMEN - SCMNS-Retention@morgan.edu
ACTUARIAL SCIENCE - Candice.Marshall@morgan.edu
BIOLOGY - Biologyadvising@morgan.edu
CHEMISTRY - Chemistryadvising@morgan.edu
CLOUD COMPUTING - Compfirstname.lastname@example.org
COMPUTER SCIENCE - Compemail@example.com
ENGINEERING PHYSICS - Willie.Rockward@morgan.edu
PHYSICS - Willie.Rockward@morgan.edu
MATH - Mathadvising@morgan.edu
MEDICAL LABORATORY SCIENCE - William.Anong@morgan.edu
Your curriculum is a four-year academic plan of the sequence of courses for your declared major. The curriculum sequence is divided into four years (freshman to senior year) and eight semesters. Refer to your curriculum sequences prior to registering for classes to ensure that you are on track to graduate.
CURRICULUM SEQUENCES BY MAJOR/TRACK
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Degree Works is an online advising audit tool that helps you to know your progression towards graduation. It provides a snapshot of all the courses you have completed, those that are currently in progress, and courses that are yet to be completed. You can access Degree Works by logging in to your Student Self-Service (WEBSIS) account.
The Degree Works legend, found at the end of your audit, explains the symbols displayed on your audit. To accurately read your degree audit you must know what each symbol means.
DEGREE WORKS LEGEND
Internships are a great way to explore career options, to gain experience in your area of interest, and to network with other individuals in the field. Your academic advisor is a resource person to help you explore and discuss various internship options.
Completing the Internship and Work Experience Form will help us to share internship opportunities with you and to learn from you what opportunities you have already engaged in.
School of Computer, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences
Dr. Paul Tchounwou, Dean
Dixon Science Research Center Rm 200
1700 E. Cold Spring Lane
Baltimore, MD 21251