Interim and Spring Pre-Registration

Preregistration period for Interim & Spring Semester 2018-19 is Tuesday, October 23 through Friday, October 26. Courses open to preregistration are listed below.

Students:

  • Please note that preregistration for a course becomes your first course choice in all course schedules you submit in SIS during web registration. Think carefully whether you really want a preregistered course to be your first choice. Preregistered courses CANNOT be changed.
  • It is your responsibility to clear all holds prior to web registration. All holds must be removed for Interim web registration by 4:30 pm on Tuesday, October 30, and for Spring Semester web registration by 4:30 pm on Thursday, November 1.

Departments: Preregistration Google Documents are due on Monday, October 29. Contact the Registrar’s Office (x3015) with questions.

Interim Spring


INTERIM

ART & ART HISTORY

Criteria Students must meet in order to preregister: Only JUNIOR and SENIOR studio art and art history majors can preregister for most courses. However, Art 104 is also open to sophomores. Majors can only preregister for two courses.

Department’s or Program’s procedure for preregistration: Art will preregister up to five students per course. An email will be sent to Art majors a week before registration with a link for both Interim and Spring. Email Patty Cohn with questions.

  • ART 102: Foundation 2D Media
  • ART 236: Graphic Design
  • ART 240: Topics in the Fine Arts: The Performed Object

ENGLISH

  • ENGL 282: Fantasy and Science Fiction Writing
    • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register: Declared Junior and Senior English major
    • Department’s procedure for preregistration: Contact by Cleo Granneman by email or stop by her office (RML 526A) between the dates of Oct. 23-26 by 4:00 pm
  • ENGL 287: Professional and Business Writing
    • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register: Declared Junior and Senior English major
    • Department’s procedure for preregistration: Contact by Cleo Granneman by email or stop by her office (RML 526A) between the dates of Oct. 23-26 by 4:00 pm

MUSIC

  • MUSIC 245: Music and Social Justice
    • Criteria Students must meet in order to preregister: BA and BM Music Major Seniors, then Juniors, then Sophomores.
  • MUSIC 225: Music in the Electronic Medium
    • Criteria Students must meet in order to preregister: BA and BM Music Major Seniors, then Juniors
  • MUSIC 112: Introduction to Musicianship
    • Criteria Students Must Meet in Order to Pre-register: BA and BM Music Major Sophomores, then First Years

RACE

  • RACE 121: Intro to RACE
    • Criteria: Race major or concentrator
    • Procedures: RACE majors or concentrators should email Jennifer Kwon Dobbs with your full name, student ID number, and course title, number, and selection.

SOCIOLOGY & ANTHROPOLOGY

  • SOAN 128: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
    • Criteria Students must meet in order to preregister: Declared Nursing major or Social Studies Education major.
    • Department’s or Program’s procedure for preregistration: Nursing majors: department faculty advisors will be meeting with Nursing majors and will provide a list of students needing to preregister to Nursing AAA. Social Studies Education majors: majors must email Kimberly Foss with your name, student ID number, and course name and section.

SPRING

ART & ART HISTORY

Criteria Students must meet in order to preregister: Only JUNIOR and SENIOR studio art and art history majors can preregister for most courses. However, Art 104 is also open to sophomores. Majors can only preregister for two courses.

Department’s or Program’s procedure for preregistration: Art will preregister up to five students per course. An email will be sent to Art majors a week before registration with a link for both Interim and Spring. Email Patty Cohn with questions.

  • ART 102 A/B: Foundation 2D
  • ART 103: Foundation 3D
  • ART 104: Foundation New Media
  • ART 205: Photography
  • ART 207: Ceramics
  • ART 224: Sculpture/Direct Metal
  • ART 225: Architectural Drawing and Design
  • ART 226: Printmaking
  • ART 229: Digital Filmmaking
  • ART 234: Intermediate Ceramics
  • ART 238: Intermediate Photography
  • ART 240: Top: Sloyd; Scand Hand/Fold Art
  • ART 396 Res: Ceramics: Crafting & Curating 

BIOLOGY

  • BIO 121 A/B/C/D lab: Biological Science
    • Criteria Students must meet in in order to pre-register: Declared Nursing Major
    • Department’s or Program’s procedure for preregistration: Nursing department faculty advisors will be meeting with Nursing majors and will provide a list of students needing to preregister to Nursing AAA.
  • BIO 243 A/B/C lab: Human Anatomy and Physiology: Organs and Organ Systems
    • Criteria Students must meet in in order to pre-register: Declared Nursing Major, starting nursing in fall of following year. Declared Exercise Science majors.
    • Prerequisites: Taken Biology 143 or Biology 150
    • Department’s or Program’s procedure for preregistration: Nursing Majors: Nursing department faculty advisors will be meeting with Nursing majors and will provide a list of students needing to preregister to Nursing AAA. Exercise Majors: Email Jennifer Peterson in the Exercise Science Department with your full name, student ID number and course information.

COMPUTER SCIENCE

  • CSCI 121: Principles of Computer Science
    • Criteria Students must meet in order to preregister: Placement into CS 121.
    • Department’s or Program’s procedure for preregistration: Interested students received an email from Computer Science that included a form for students to submit to the department. These students will be receiving a second email asking for confirmation of their request to preregister in specific computer science courses. A preregistration course roster will then be submitted to the Registrar’s Office before course submission period begins.
  • CSCI 251 A/B: Software Design and Implementation
    • Criteria Students must meet in order to preregister: Needed for normal progress towards the CS major
    • Prerequisite: CSCI 121 or CSCI 125 or CSCI 241 or PHYS 130 or MATH 252 or permission of instructor; concurrent registration in CSCI 252 is required.
    • Department’s or Program’s procedure for preregistration: Interested students received an email from Computer Science that included a form for students to submit to the department. These students will be receiving a second email asking for confirmation of their request to preregister in specific computer science courses. A preregistration course roster will then be submitted to the Registrar’s Office before course submission period begins.
  • CSCI 252 A/B/C:  Software Design and Implementation Lab
    • Criteria Students must meet in order to preregister: Needed for normal progress towards the CS major
    • Prerequisite: concurrent registration in CSCI 252 is required.
    • Department’s or Program’s procedure for preregistration: Interested students received an email from Computer Science that included a form for students to submit to the department. These students will be receiving a second email asking for confirmation of their request to preregister in specific computer science courses. A preregistration course roster will then be submitted to the Registrar’s Office before course submission period begins.
  • CSCI 253: Algorithms and Data Structures
    • Criteria Students must meet in order to preregister: Needed for normal progress towards the CS major
    • Prerequisite: Math 232 (Math 244 or Math 252) and CSCI 251 or consent of the instructor
    • Department’s or Program’s procedure for preregistration: Interested students received an email from Computer Science that included a form for students to submit to the department. These students will be receiving a second email asking for confirmation of their request to preregister in specific computer science courses. A preregistration course roster will then be submitted to the Registrar’s Office before course submission period begins.
  • CSCI 263: Ethical Issues in Software Design
    • Criteria Students must meet in order to preregister: Needed for normal progress towards the CS major
    • Prerequisite: CSCI 251 and completion of BTS-T or permission of instructor
    • Department’s or Program’s procedure for preregistration: Interested students received an email from Computer Science that included a form for students to submit to the department. These students will be receiving a second email asking for confirmation of their request to preregister in specific computer science courses. A preregistration course roster will then be submitted to the Registrar’s Office before course submission period begins.
  • CSCI 333: Theory of Computation
    • Criteria Students must meet in order to preregister: Needed for normal progress towards the CS major
    • Prerequisite: a proof of writing course (such as Math 244 or Math 252) or permission of instructor
    • Department’s or Program’s procedure for preregistration: Interested students received an email from Computer Science that included a form for students to submit to the department. These students will be receiving a second email asking for confirmation of their request to preregister in specific computer science courses. A preregistration course roster will then be submitted to the Registrar’s Office before course submission period begins.

ECONOMICS

  • ECON: 243 A/B: Economic Development
    • Criteria Students must meet in order to preregister: First-year students who entered St. Olaf this fall with AP/IB credit for Econ 121.
    • Department’s procedure: Economics conducts pre-registration by Google Doc forms.  The department will send a link to the appropriate form to eligible students at least three days before registration begins. Eligible seniors and juniors may preregister for up to two economics courses. Eligible first-year students may preregister for one economics course.
  • ECON 247: History of Economic Thought
    • Criteria Students must meet in order to preregister: First-year students who entered St. Olaf this fall with AP/IB credit for Econ 121.
    • Department’s procedure: Economics conducts pre-registration by Google Doc forms.  The department will send a link to the appropriate form to eligible students at least three days before registration begins. Eligible seniors and juniors may preregister for up to two economics courses. Eligible first-year students may preregister for one economics course.
  • ECON 261: Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory
    • Criteria Students must meet in order to preregister: Juniors who are declared economics majors.
    • Department’s procedure: Economics conducts pre-registration by Google Doc forms.  The department will send a link to the appropriate form to eligible students at least three days before registration begins. Eligible seniors and juniors may preregister for up to two economics courses. Eligible first-year students may preregister for one economics course.
  • ECON 262: Intermediate Microeconomic Theory
    • Criteria Students must meet in order to preregister: Juniors who are declared economics majors.
    • Department’s procedure: Economics conducts pre-registration by Google Doc forms.  The department will send a link to the appropriate form to eligible students at least three days before registration begins. Eligible seniors and juniors may preregister for up to two economics courses. Eligible first-year students may preregister for one economics course.
  • ECON 263: Statistics for Economics
    • Criteria Students must meet in order to preregister: Juniors who are declared economics majors.
    • Department’s procedure: Economics conducts pre-registration by Google Doc forms.  The department will send a link to the appropriate form to eligible students at least three days before registration begins. Eligible seniors and juniors may preregister for up to two economics courses. Eligible first-year students may preregister for one economics course.
  • ECON 372 A/B: Behavioral Economics
    • Criteria Students must meet in order to preregister: Seniors who are declared economics majors.
    • Department’s procedure: Economics conducts pre-registration by Google Doc forms.  The department will send a link to the appropriate form to eligible students at least three days before registration begins. Eligible seniors and juniors may preregister for up to two economics courses. Eligible first-year students may preregister for one economics course.
  • ECON 385: Econometrics
    • Criteria Students must meet in order to preregister: Seniors who are declared economics majors.
    • Department’s procedure: Economics conducts pre-registration by Google Doc forms.  The department will send a link to the appropriate form to eligible students at least three days before registration begins. Eligible seniors and juniors may preregister for up to two economics courses. Eligible first-year students may preregister for one economics course.
  • ECON 399 A/B:  Seminar: American Economic History
    • Criteria Students must meet in order to preregister: Seniors who are declared economics majors.
    • Department’s procedure: Economics conducts pre-registration by Google Doc forms.  The department will send a link to the appropriate form to eligible students at least three days before registration begins. Eligible seniors and juniors may preregister for up to two economics courses. Eligible first-year students may preregister for one economics course.

ENGLISH

  • ENGL 242: Children’s and Young Adult Literature

    • Communication Arts and Literature (CAL) Concentrator
    • Department’s procedure for preregistration: Contact by email Cleo Granneman or stop by her office (RML 526A) between the dates of Oct. 23-26 by 4:00 pm
  •  ENGL 286 Topic: The Rhetoric of Videogames
    • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register: Declared English major
    • Department’s procedure for preregistration: Contact by email Cleo Granneman or stop by her office (RML 526A) between the dates of Oct. 23-26 by 4:00 pm
  • ENGL 289: Journalistic Writing
    • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register: Open only to 8 declared Junior and Senior English majors
    • Department’s procedure for preregistration: Contact by Cleo Granneman by email or stop by her office (RML 526A) between the dates of Oct. 23-26 by 4:00 pm
  • ENGL 395: Chaucer and Ethics (EIN)
    • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register: Declared Senior English major
    • Students must have completed their BTS-T course and their pre-1800 course in the English major
    • Department’s procedure for preregistration: Contact by Cleo Granneman by email or stop by her office (RML 526A) between the dates of Oct. 23-26 by 4:00 pm

HISTORY

  • HIST 210: Seminar:  France – Occupation – Collaboration – Resistance
    • Criteria Students Must Meet in Order to Pre-register: Declared History major, French major, or permission from instructor
    • To pre-register, student must submit complete name, ID number, grad year, and major to Nancy Hollinger in person, HH 327
    • Senior history majors pre-register on Tuesday, October 23rd, 8 am to 3:30 pm
    • Non-senior history majors pre-register on Wednesday, October 24th and Thursday, October 25th, 8 am to 3:30 pm
    • Non-history majors pr-register on Friday, October 26th, 8 am to 3:00 pm
  • HIST 320: Seminar:  Modern Russian Culture
    • Criteria Students Must Meet in Order to Pre-register: Declared History major, Russian major, Russian Studies major
    • To pre-register, student must submit complete name, ID number, grad year, and major to Nancy Hollinger in person, HH 327
    • Students abroad: send email to instructor to express interest, list history courses already taken & obtain instructor’s permission
    • Senior history majors pre-register on October 23rd, 8 am to 3:30 pm
    • Non-senior history majors pre-register on October 24th, 8 am to 3:30 pm and Thursday, October 25th 8 am to 3:30 pm
    • Non-history majors register on Friday, October 26th, 8 am to 3 pm
  • ASIAN 345 / HIST 345: Engendering Modern East Asia
    • Criteria Students Must Meet in Order to Pre-register:  Declared History major, Asian Studies major
    • To pre-register, student must submit complete name, ID number, grad year, and major to Nancy Hollinger in person, HH 327
    • Students abroad: send email to instructor to express interest, list history courses already taken & obtain instructor’s permission
    • Senior history majors pre-register on October 23rd, 8 am to 3:30 pm
    • Non-senior history majors pre-register on October 24th, 8 am to 3:30 pm and Thursday, October 25th 8 am to 3:30 pm
    • Non-history majors register on Friday, October 26th, 8 am to 3 pm
  • HIST 395: Oral History Seminar
    • Criteria Students Must Meet in Order to Pre-register: Declared History major
    • To pre-register, student must submit complete name, ID number, grad year, and major to Nancy Hollinger in person, HH 327
    • Students abroad: send email to instructor to express interest, list history courses already taken & obtain instructor’s permission
    • Senior history majors pre-register on October 23rd, 8 am to 3:30 pm
    • Non-senior history majors pre-register on October 24th, 8 am to 3:30 pm and Thursday, October 25th 8 am to 3:30 pm
    • Non-history majors register on Friday, October 26th, 8 am to 3 pm
  • HIST 396: Research:  Archaeological Research
    • Criteria Students Must Meet in Order to Pre-register: Declared History major, Classics major, Ancient Studies major, Art and Art History major
    • To pre-register, student must submit complete name, ID number, grad year, and major to Nancy Hollinger in person, HH 327
    • Students abroad: send email to instructor to express interest, list history courses already taken & obtain instructor’s permission
    • Senior history majors pre-register on October 23rd, 8 am to 3:30 pm
    • Non-senior history majors pre-register on October 24th, 8 am to 3:30 pm and Thursday, October 25th 8 am to 3:30 pm
    • Non-history majors register on Friday, October 26th, 8 am to 3 pm

MUSIC

  • MUSIC 234: World Music
    • Criteria Students Must Meet in Order to Pre-register: BA and BM Music Major Seniors, then Juniors, then Sophomores
  • MUSIC 345: Music of Chopin
    • Criteria Students Must Meet in Order to Pre-register: BA and BM Music Major Seniors, then Juniors, then Sophomores
  • MUSIC 345: Music, Gender, and Sexuality
    • Criteria Students Must Meet in Order to Pre-register: BA and BM Music Major Seniors, then Juniors, then Sophomores
  • MUSIC 345: Race, Identity, and Representation in American Music
    • Criteria Students Must Meet in Order to Pre-register: Music Major Seniors, then Juniors, then Sophomores.

PHILOSOPHY

  • PHIL 236: Modern Philosphy
    • Criteria Students Must Meet in Order to Pre-register: Declared Philosophy Major
    • Department’s or Program’s Procedure for preregistration: Philosophy majors are to preregister between Wednesday, October 26 at 8 am and Monday, October 31 at 3:30 pm.  Philosophy Majors email: Sue Newland with their name, ID number, course number and course title.
  • PHIL 250: Biomedical Ethics
    • Advisors must check for completion of BTS-T pre-requisite
    • Criteria students must meet in order to pre-register: Declared Nursing majors, declared Philosophy Major.
    • Nursing majors: Nursing department faculty advisors will be meeting with Nursing majors and will provide a list of students needing to pre-register to the appropriate course department.
    • Philosophy majors: email Sue Newland with your name, ID number, and course title and number.
  • PHIL 257 A/B: Environmental Ethics
    • Criteria students must meet in order to pre-register: Environmental Studies concentrators/majors and Philosophy majors are to preregister between Wednesday, October 26 at 8 am and Monday, October 31 at 3:30 pm.
    • Prerequisite: Completion of BTS-T GE Requirement
    • Department’s or Program’s Procedure for preregistration: Environmental Studies concentrators/majors: email the Paul Jackson with their name, ID number, course number, course title, and section.  Should student interest exceed available capacity in the course, preregistration priority will be granted via class year standing (seniors – 1st, juniors – 2nd, and sophomores – 3rd). Philosophy majors: email Sue Newland with their name, ID number, course number, course title, and section.

POLITICAL SCIENCE

  • PSCI 311: Sem: American Politics
    • Criteria Students Must Meet in Order to Pre-register: Declared Political Science major.
    • Prerequisite: Taken PSCI 220 Analyzing Politics and one other course in the subfield.
    • Department’s or Program’s Procedure for Pre-registration:  Once the pre-registration period opens, PSCI AAA Shawn Paulson, will email a Google Form to all Political Science senior and junior majors.  Only SENIORS may pre-register for seminars.  Juniors may place themselves on the course wait list.
  • PSCI 321: Sem: International Relations
    • Criteria Students Must Meet in Order to Pre-register: Declared Political Science major.
    • Prerequisite: Taken PSCI 220 Analyzing Politics and one other course in the subfield.
    • Department’s or Program’s Procedure for Pre-registration:  Once the pre-registration period opens, PSCI AAA Shawn Paulson, will email a Google Form to all Political Science senior and junior majors.  Only SENIORS may pre-register for seminars.  Juniors may place themselves on the course wait list.
  • PSCI 350: Sem: Immigration and Citizenship
    • Criteria Students Must Meet in Order to Pre-register: Declared Political Science major.
    • Prerequisite: Taken PSCI 220 Analyzing Politics and one other course in the subfield.
    • Department’s or Program’s Procedure for Pre-registration:  Once the pre-registration period opens, PSCI AAA Shawn Paulson, will email a Google Form to all Political Science senior and junior majors.  Only SENIORS may pre-register for seminars.  Juniors may place themselves on the course wait list.
  • PSCI 370: Sem: Courageous Resistance
    • Criteria Students Must Meet in Order to Pre-register: Declared Political Science major.
    • Prerequisite: Taken PSCI 220 Analyzing Politics and one other course in the subfield.
    • Department’s or Program’s Procedure for Pre-registration:  Once the pre-registration period opens, PSCI AAA Shawn Paulson, will email a Google Form to all Political Science senior and junior majors.  Only SENIORS may pre-register for seminars.  Juniors may place themselves on the course wait list.

RACE

  • RACE 121: Intro to RACE
    • Criteria: Race major or concentrator
    • Procedures: RACE majors or concentrators should email Jennifer Dwon Dobbs with your full name, student ID number, and course title, number, and selection.
  • RACE: 250: Sem: Narratives of Freedom
    • Criteria: Race major or concentrator
    • Procedures: RACE majors or concentrators should email Jennifer Dwon Dobbs with your full name, student ID number, and course title, number, and selection.

SOCIOLOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGY

  • SOAN 121 A/B/C: Introduction to Sociology
    • Criteria Students must meet in order to preregister: declared Nursing major or Social Work major. Declared Social Work major, classes of  2021 and 2022 only.
    • Department’s or Program’s procedure for preregistration: Nursing majors; department faculty advisors will be meeting with Nursing majors and will provide a list of students needing to preregister to Nursing AAA. Social Work majors: Email Mary Carlsen with your full name, student ID number, and course title, number, and section.
  • SOAN 128 A/B: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
    • Criteria Students must meet in order to preregister: Declared Nursing major or Social Studies Education major.
    • Department’s or Program’s procedure for preregistration: Nursing majors: department faculty advisors will be meeting with Nursing majors and will provide a list of students needing to preregister to Nursing AAA. Social Studies Education majors: majors must email Nayeli Trujillo with your name, student ID number, and course name and section.
  • SOAN 260: Marriage and the Family
    • Criteria Students must meet in order to preregister: Declared Nursing major.
    • Department’s or Program’s procedure for preregistration: Nursing majors: department faculty advisors will be meeting with Nursing majors and will provide a list of students needing to preregister to Nursing AAA.
  • SOAN 264: A/B Race and Class in American Culture
    • Criteria Students must meet in order to preregister: declared Nursing major or Social Work major. Declared Social Work major, classes of 2021 and 2022 only.
    • Department’s or Program’s procedure for preregistration: Nursing majors; department faculty advisors will be meeting with Nursing majors and will provide a list of students needing to preregister to Nursing AAA. Social Work majors: Email Mary Carlsen with your full name, student ID number, and course title, number, and section.
  • SOAN 291 A/B: History of Sociological Theory
    • Criteria Students must meet in order to preregister: Declared Sociology/Anthropology major.
    • Department’s or Program’s procedure for preregistration: Sociology/Anthropology majors: must email Lori Middeldorp with your name, student ID number, and course title, number and section.
  • SOAN 373 A/B: Ethnographic Research Methods
    • Criteria Students must meet in order to preregister: Declared Sociology/Anthropology major.
    • Department’s or Program’s procedure for preregistration: Sociology/Anthropology majors: must email Lori Middeldorp with your name, student ID number, and course title, number and section.
  • SOAN 399 A/B: Senior Seminar
    • Criteria Students must meet in order to preregister: Declared Sociology/Anthropology major.
    • Department’s or Program’s procedure for preregistration: Sociology/Anthropology majors: must email Lori Middeldorp with your name, student ID number, and course title, number and section.

THEATER

A link will be sent to Theater majors when pre-registration opens. Email Jeanne Hatle with any questions.

  • THEAT 130: Introduction to Acting
    • Criteria Students must meet in order to preregister: Must be a theater major
  • THEAT 180: Text and Performance
    • Criteria Students must meet in order to preregister: Must be a theater major
  • THEAT 271: Theater History from 1700
    • Criteria Students must meet in order to preregister: Must be a theater major,  a junior or senior or with permission of the instructor.

WOMEN’S AND GENDER STUDIES

  • WMGST 121: Introduction to Women’s and Gender Studies
    • Criteria Students must meet in order to pre-register: Declared Women’s and Gender Studies major or concentrator
    • In early October, WGS will email students eligible for pre-registration with a Google Form prior to registration. Students who want to pre-register must complete the form by October 26. The program director (Professor Rebecca Richards) will email students if there are any issues with their pre-registration by October 28.
    • Japanese FLAC: This section of WMGST 121 offers the potential for students to enroll in a Japanese FLAC component. If you have completed the pre-requisite of JPN 231, please email the WGS director, Professor Richards,to pre-register for a FLAC seat.