Resources for Existing Students
We have compiled a “quick start guide” for both on-campus and online students. You will find out where to access information about housing, health services, library resources, learning center resources, and much more. If you don’t find the answer to your question in the guide, the staff and faculty are always willing to help you find the information you need. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Some of our core courses for all students and for specific concentrations are offered in alternating semesters or academic years. Use these course rotation guides to help plan your ENS coursework. Please note, however, that these schedules can still be subject to change. If you have questions, consult your faculty adviser.
The ENS Graduate Handbook is a must-have for all of our MS students. It outlines all requirements and will be a primary source of information. This handbook includes a fillable Education Plan that students should complete in consultation with their faculty adviser at the start of the program. It also includes outlines for the thesis/graduate project proposal and the capstone internship plan, as well as the capstone supervisor evaluation form.
The ENS Advising Sheet includes the requirements for each of our ENS degrees, and should be useful for undergraduate and graduate students.