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Spring 2022 Registration Information

To register for the spring 2022 semester, or change classes on your schedule, contact the Registrar’s office:

 – Megan Cunningham; RL45B (megancunningham@miad.edu)

 – Jean Weimer; RL45D (jweimer@miad.edu)

Link to the spring schedule of classes (including minor information, and much more):  Spring 2022 schedule of classes (pdf)

If you are not registered for all of your spring classes, we will work with you to get you into your major classes. MIAD guarantees seats in your major classes, but not necessarily in your first choice section. Please be flexible and willing to move things around.  If you are not able to get into your full schedule at registration, Don’t Panic!!  Megan and Jean will work with you to get you into the classes you need to progress towards graduation.  Again, students are guaranteed to get into the classes needed to progress towards graduation, but not specific days & times or topics.

Spring class schedules will be emailed to students by Friday, December 3rd.

More Helpful information:

Link to Program of Study Videos:

How to read your Program of Study  – how to read your program of study & program of study for each major by class.  There is a lot of useful information in these videos (if I do say so myself).

The deadline for withdrawing from fall 2021 classes has passed.  Final grades will now be assigned accordingly.

Cancelled Courses
  • DS307D: Environmental & Spatial Communication Design
  • DS307V: Professional Practice 2
  • WRTG200B: Critical Conversations TH 8:30-11:00
Added Courses
  • DS307AA: Sequential Art MW 12:30-3:00
  • DS307V: Visual Development & Storyboarding TTH 6:00-8:30pm
  • NASC320C: Animal Behavior M 3:15-5:45
  • NSP207J: Soft Sculpture TTH 12:30-3:00
  • NSP221E: Narrative TTH 3:15-5:45
Closed Courses

Course enrollment changes daily – check with the Registrar’s office for available classes

Updated Course Information/Changes

Writing elective courses (must be a declared writing minor to take these as WRTG classes):

WRTG340F: Voices in Contemporary Poetry in-person W 8:30-11:00; Steffey, Joshua

WRTG340K: Writing Horror Asynchronous online; Scruton, CJ

WRTG380C: Storytelling the Environment in-person W 12:30-3:00; Bullard, Hellen

DS307W: High-end Accessories prerequisites are: Concept to Patterns or PD240 or instructor permission.

ARTH318H: Contemporary Art of the African Diaspora – changed to TH 3:15-5:45

Business Minor requirements are incorrect in the schedule of classes.  Here are the correct requirements:

Required (9cr):

BUAD2100 – Account & Finance Fundamentals for Non-Business Majors

CMST2000 – Small Group Communication

ENTP3001 – Understanding Entrepreneurship

Choose From (6cr):

ECON1001 – Intro to Econ

MARK3001 – Intro to Marketing

MANA3001 – Behavior & Organizations

MARK3001 – Intro to Marketing

MANA3001 – Behavior & Organizations

DS307H: Visual Development & Storyboarding – this class is the same as the Visual Development and Storyboarding classes offered in the past.  It will not apply again to the program of study.

Fall Academic Calendar:

August 23 – Fall classes begin

August 27 – Open enrollment ends at 2:00pm

September 6 – Labor Day Holiday – no classes

October 11 – 12 – Fall break – no classes

October 29 – Last day to withdraw from fall classes (by 2:00pm)

November 24 – 26 – Thanksgiving break – no classes

December 10 – End of fall classes

Spring 2022 Academic Calendar:

January 10 – Spring classes begin

January 14 – Open enrollment ends at 2:00pm

January 17 – Martin Luther King jr. Day – no classes

March 7 – 11 – Spring break – no classes

March 18 – Last day to withdraw from spring classes (by 2:00pm)

April 29 – End of spring classes

May 7 – Graduation Ceremony

 

 

 

 

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