Department of Linguistics & Communication Disorders
Division of Arts & Humanities
City University of New York
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Summer and Fall 2008 Registration Procedures
Communication Sciences & Disorders Majors
1. Registration for Summer Classes
Students should register through eSIMS for summer session courses (LCD 208,
309, 283). Registration for summer session only is April 8th-11th by class
standing and last name from 6 a.m. – 3 a.m. daily. Summer registration
will continue until classes begin.
2. Registration for Fall Classes
Students must register themselves through eSIMS for Fall 2008 courses by
class standing and last name from April 14th–April 29th, 6 a.m. – 3 a.m. daily.
Fall course registration will continue to be open until classes begin.
Note: Students do not need to complete all of the 200 level courses before
taking a 300 level course. If you have completed the pre-requisite for a
specific 300 level course (e.g. 216), you can register for that 300 level course
3. Fall Course Sections Remaining Closed Until New Faculty Hire
CSD has been given one new faculty line for Fall 2008 and an asst. professor
search is underway. In anticipation of a hire, 3 course sections have been
added to the Fall schedule (LCD 105 – W/F, 106 - M/W, 323 – M/W 3:05). These
sections will remain closed, however, until hiring is completed. Look for
additional class openings in late May or June.
4. Exceptions: Departmental Registration of Select Student Groups
Special departmental registration will be available for 2 groups of students:
- Students who have successfully completed LCD 207, 208, 216 by June ’08
with at least 90 credits can request early, departmental registration for
Fall 300 level classes.
Students should fill out the 300 level course request sheet (available
from the LCD office), attach a copy of their transcript, and submit this to
the LCD office no later than Wed., April 2nd. Students will be
registered for no more than 3 courses. Students retaking classes are
not eligible. A list of students pre- registered will be available
outside the LCD office on Friday, April 4th.
- 2nd BA students into a special course open to 2nd BA students only: LCD
391.2, Special Problems: Clinical Methods & Observation. This
course provides 2nd BA students with 25 ASHA clinical observation hrs. for
graduate school admission & seminar study of clinical methods and issues.
2nd BA students can register through the LCD office anytime after April