Question: Can I change the elective courses I originally planned to take that I listed on my program development form?
Answer: Yes. You can choose different electives. Your original plan is not cast-in-stone.
Question: Do I need permission to make changes to my plan?
Answer: No, but keep in mind you are ultimately responsible to make sure to take classes required for your degree or certificate. It's always a good idea to send your changes to us for review, so we can make sure you are still good-to-go! You can send it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Advice from Kellie:
If you are considering a program plan change, please do the following before registering for fall classes on Monday:
A. Go to our website homepage http://edtech.boisestate.edu. Look for 'course information' on left navigation to see descriptions and the syllabi for core and elective courses. The syllabi will be from past semesters but will give you an idea of what is covered in the classes and the work required to complete them.
B. Earning a certificate? Verify electives needed on the certificate information webpage http://edtech.boisestate.edu/programs/graduate-certificates/ before making a class change.
C. Check the class schedule http://edtech.boisestate.edu/course-schedule-2/ to verify when each course is offered.
For example: some classes are only offered in the spring semester or the fall semester only, others are offered in summers, etc.
D. After reviewing the above, if you decide to take a different class please let us know.
Update your original program development form and send the revised version to email@example.com so we have it on file in our office and so she can make sure you are still ok to graduate.
Fall Registration opens Monday, March 30th!
Remember seats are filled on a first come first serve basis starting at 8 am MT time on Monday. You can't register before that time.
Questions about registering for Portfolio, please contact PaulCastelin@boisestate.edu or 208-416-1962.
What if we want to take an extra class beyond what is required for the degree and certificate?