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The registrar provides detailed information on transfer and test credits.
You can also contact Advising & Academic Services, which can guide you through the transfer credit process. You can email them or meet with one of their advisors.
A good place to start is by looking at the Transfer Credit Matrix, which lists courses that have successfully transferred to UD in the past. It is not a guarantee that the course will transfer again, but they often will. If you can't find a course in the matrix, it may still transfer, but it will need to be evaluated.
Once you have identified potential course equivalencies, follow the steps outlined in the instructions.
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Faculty all over campus take students into their labs on a regular basis. We don't maintain lists of active labs, so you'll need to do a little research yourself (follow the plan below). You should try to make arrangements at least 1–2 months before the semester begins.
For off-campus internships, you can sign up for the UNIV364 Experiential Internship course. Contact the University Studies department for more information.
Honors Program applications are accessible via the Honors Program website.
All questions about requirements for honors students should be directed to the Honors Program.
Contact the office administrator, who will be able to help you enroll. After you have enrolled, contact the undergraduate advisor to request a course substitution (so it will count towards your CGSC or LING major).
In many cases, a 600-level class taken for a CGSC or LING major must be processed as a course substitution. Contact your undergraduate advisor to request a course substitution.
We accept these courses as substitute courses. If you email the department's current undergraduate supervisor (firstname.lastname@example.org) and let them know the course number, a substitution request will be submitted for you. Substitutions should appear on your degree audits within about one day after being processed.
To submit a request to change major or minors, complete the form in UDSIS. Select "Degrees & Advisement" or "Forms" from the UD Student Homepage. On the left menu, select the the "Undergraduate Students" folder to expand the drop-down menu. Then, select "Change Major, Minor, Concentration" or "Change Graduation Term."
Contact the academic program coordinator or academic support coordinator of the department offering the course. In some instances, you may need the professor's permission as well.
Our department can only help with enrollment in LING or CGSC courses.
To request an exemption, contact the course instructor. If the instructor agrees to exempt you, the academic coordinator of the department offering the course can help you enroll.
The Linguistics and Cognitive Science department does not regularly offer Second Writing courses. Thus, you will usually need to find a course outside of our department to fulfill this requirement.
You can use UD Courses Search to determine for a given semester which courses are being offered to meet this requirement. Check off “Writing Course" under the Academic Requirements section when running the search.
Below are some courses we've identified in the past as being good choices for CGSC majors. ENGL410 is offered regularly, but sometimes it is restricted to students in specific majors/colleges. Others here may be offered infrequently.
Some of the English department's topics courses might be good fits depending on the topic:
Only after taking 60 credits.
Your academic advisors cannot change your grades, nor do they serve as an intermediary in grading disputes. Instead: