Are you aware that classes begin August 25, 2014? There is a terrific list of courses being offered! Have you registered, acquired your books and verified your technological capabilities?
Courses being offered:
NRES 419: Env. and Plant Ecosystems - Tuesdays
NRES 454: GIS for Natural Resource Mgmt - Thursdays
NRES 500: Graduate Seminar Series – Asynchronous
NRES 586 : Soil Organic Matter – Mondays
NRES 594: Professional Orientation - Asynchronous
NRES 503 and NRES 505: Capstone - Asynchronous (Must request permission to enroll)
CPSC 440: Applied Statistical Methods - Wednesdays
HORT 482: Plant Tissue Culture – Mondays
HORT 435: Urban Food Production – Tuesdays
HORT 505: Research Methods in Plant Sciences – Wednesdays
For full information on course options, please go to http://nres.illinois.edu/sites/nres.illinois.edu/files/Future_MSU_Courses.pdf
(NOTE: For non-NRES courses review the information from that department on tuition rates which may vary significantly from the NRES tuition. Also, you may need to contact that department for permission to enroll in the non-NRES courses.)
For information on ordering textbooks and who to contact with questions regarding fall enrollment check out the following information.
You can purchase your textbooks through the Illini Union Bookstore at: http://uofibookstore.illinois.edu/buy_courselisting.asp.
If you are ready for your Capstone experience, you will need to get department approval to register (NRES 501, NRES 503, NRES 505) Please contact Piper Hodson (email@example.com ), Director of the NRES Online M.S. Program, for assistance in registering for the appropriate course option.
If you need help with course selection, general advising information, or questions about navigating the program, please contact Renée Gracon, Online Program Advising Specialist, at firstname.lastname@example.org. For other academic questions, contact NRES Students Services at email@example.com.
For questions about how to enroll and other logistical issues, you can find help at http://www.ao.uiuc.edu/support/start/nres/, or you can contact Anna Mehl, Program Coordinator for the Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning (CITL), at firstname.lastname@example.org or 217-244-7023.
If you were not enrolled in classes this summer, there were some upgrades made to the Collaborate system. Please be sure to check your technological capabilities before your first class in case you need to make any changes due to the upgrades.
We look forward to having you in classes this Fall!