B.A. Coastal Engineering
Catalogue Change 2/24/20:
GGY 326 Geomatics was removed from the core requirements for the degree. The course was submitted, but did not get approved for inclusion into the 2019-20 catalogue.
Cyber Securities Minor
Catalogue Change: 11/8/19
MIS 365 was erroneously listed in both the core and elective requirements for the minor. MIS 365 was removed from the list of electives, and remains as core requirement.
Catalogue Change 10/22/19
The core requirements for the degree were modified to correct the omission of GGY 222, and to add the word “or” after GGY 281 to indicate that students could take either GGY 281 or GGY 322 to full the requirements.
Leadership Studies Minor
Catalogue Change: 9/19/20
Dr. J. Nottingham, Amy Garrett Dickkers, coordinator
The Watson College of Education offers an interdisciplinary minor in leadership studies for students in all majors. This minor provides students with an understanding of leadership theory and practice from multidimensional perspectives. Opportunities to engage in leadership experiences and challenges in a variety of contexts are also provided. Students complement core requirements with courses in
more than thirty-five a variety of academic disciplines. Students should contact the coordinator in the Watson College of Education for additional information.
Students select an additional
12 9 hours of elective courses in four academic areas from an approved list. For a list of approved elective courses, students should contact the coordinator of the leadership studies minor.
Medical Humanities Minor
Catalogue Change 10/8/19:
Correction of typo in the core requirements for the minor. Replaced PAR 315 with PAR 215 Bioethics in the requirements.
Catalogue Change: 10/8/19:
Correcting the inadvertent omission of MUS 393 Junior Recital from the instrumental, piano and vocal course listings in the performance option, and from the jazz studies option for the degree. The course now appears in the degree options.
Music Education, B.M.
Catalogue Change: 10/8/19:
Correcting the inadvertent omission of MUS 393 Junior Recital from the following concentrations for the degree: wind and percussion majors, string majors, vocal majors, and piano and guitar majors. The course has been added back into the course listings for each of the concentration.
Catalogue Change 3/16/2020:
Change in date due to extended spring break (coronavirus)
|March 17, Tuesday March 30, Monday |Last day to withdraw with a W – undergraduate students
Catalogue Change 2/06/2020:
|January 4, Tuesday |
|Partial on-campus housing opens 1 p.m. for transfer students
|January 5, Wednesday
||On campus housing opens
|for all students 1p.m.
Catalogue Change: 10/23/19:
12-13, Wednesday - Thursday |
Transfer Orientation and Advising
Catalogue change 10/4/19:
The withdrawal deadline was extended due to the university closure for hurricane Dorian.
| October 9, Wednesday October 17, Thursday |Last day to withdraw with a W – undergraduate students
Catalogue Change: 9/27/19
Friday Saturday |
Saturday Sunday |
On-campus housing closes 10 a.m.
Catalogue Change: 3/24/20
Removed the following outdated language pertaining to Supplemental Cured from the Credit by Exam section. The updated information is found in the Supplemental Credit section.
Supplementary foreign language credit: Students who complete, with a grade of “C” or better, a French, German, Japanese, Latin, Portuguese or Spanish course numbered 201 or higher (excluding 209, 210, 211, and 212) and who have received no AP credit, no transfer credit, and no prior credit at UNCW in that language shall be granted supplemental credit as follows:
- For completion of a 200-level course, the student shall receive three credit hours for the prior course in the sequence.
- For completion of a 300-level course in French, German or Latin, the student shall receive six credit hours for 201 and 202.
- For completion of SPN 303, the student will receive 6 credit hours for SPN 202 and SPN 302.
- For completion of SPN 302, the student will receive 6 credit hours for SPN 201 and SPN 202.
This credit may be used to fulfill university studies requirements.
Supplementary mathematics credit: Students who complete MAT 161 with a grade of “C” (2.00) or better and who receive no advanced placement credit, no transfer credit, and no prior credit at UNCW in mathematics will receive credit for MAT 115. Students who complete MAT 162 with a grade of “C” (2.00) or better and who receive no advanced placement credit, no transfer credit, and no prior credit at UNCW in mathematics will receive credit for MAT 161. Students who complete MAT 261 with a grade of “C” (2.00) or better and who receive no advanced placement credit, no transfer credit, and no prior credit at UNCW in mathematics will receive credit for MAT 161 and MAT 162.
Catalogue Change 2/14/2020
Removed outdated language pertaining to Supplemental Credit and provided a link to the updated information.
WHY SHOULD I TRY TO DO WELL ON THIS EXAM?
* You may earn additional credits. Please refer to the Supplemental Credit section of University Regulations for more information.
* If a student places into a second-year language class (excluding classes numbered 209, 210, 211, and 212) and completes that course with a grade of “C” (2.00) or better, the student will receive three hours credit for the prior course in the sequence, in addition to the credit for the second-year language class. For example, if a student places into French 201 and completes that course with a B+, she or he will also receive three hours of credit for French 102.
* For completion of a 300-level course in French, German or Latin, the student will receive 6 credit hours for 201 and 202. For completion of SPN 302, 303, or 315, the student will receive 6 credit hours for the two previous courses in the sequence unless the student already has AP, CLEP, or transfer credit for those courses. Supplemental credit may be used to fulfill University Studies requirements.
Political Science, B.A.
Catalogue Change: 9/29/19
Added PLS 403 Public Opinion to the Directed Upper Level Electives option. It had been inadvertently omitted from the course options.
Catalogue Change: 10/17/19
PSY 459 - Added PSY 456 as a co-requisite in the course description to correct an omission.
Catalogue Change: 11/18/19
A bill to repeal the tuition surcharge in NC, NC - S225, was enacted by the NC legislature in July, 2019. The undergraduate catalogue was amended to remove language regarding the surcharge from the University Regulations, Expenses, and Enrichment Programs sections of the catalogue.
All new undergraduates seeking a baccalaureate degree at the University of North Carolina Wilmington will be subjected to a 50% tuition surcharge if they take more than 140 credit hours to complete a four-year degree program or more than 110% of the required credit hours to complete an officially designated five-year program. For details concerning counted credit hours, students subject to the surcharge, students exempt from the surcharge, and the way that the surcharge is calculated, see the preceding catalogue section on Expenses, subsection, Tuition Surcharge or online at http://www.uncw.edu/reg/tuitionSurch-overview.htm.
After the fixed tuition period has expired, tuition surcharge shall be applied according to current regulation 1000.1.5 [R].
Students who take more than 140 degree credit hours to complete a baccalaureate degree in a four-year program, or more than 110 percent of the credit hours necessary to complete a baccalaureate degree in any program officially designated by the Board of Governors as a five-year program, shall be subject to a 50 percent tuition charge.
Note: The State Scholarship Program for Children of War Veterans administered by the North Carolina Division of Veterans Affairs will not cover the 50% tuition surcharge. Responsibility for the surcharge would be placed on the student.
Summer Sessions constitutes an integral part of the university’s year-round program. The principal academic terms of summer are two five-week sessions and one ten-week session. A variety of courses are offered for students who wish to accelerate their progress toward graduation, to supplement the academic load carried during the regular terms, or to remove grade deficiencies. During the summer sessions, students from other colleges and universities may be admitted as visitors by using the “Visiting Student” application on the Summer Sessions web page. Undergraduate students may earn a maximum of 8 credit hours per session, and graduate students may earn up to 12 credit hours during the entire summer term.
Credit hours earned during the summer are excluded from the fifty percent (50%) tuition surcharge imposed on students who take more than 140 credit hours to complete a baccalaureate degree in a four-year program. Further information concerning the summer sessions may be obtained by visiting the Summer Sessions web page at www.uncw.edu/summer/.