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Two-Year AAS Degree
Online registration begins at 9 am Eastern Standard Time on Wednesday, January 12 and ends at 5pm Eastern Standard Time on Friday, January 14. Classes can fill up quickly, so try to register as early as possible.
Step 1: Register for all your Major and Related Area Courses
For your first semester, you must register for a specific set of major and related area courses listed below. Each course section (meeting time) has a unique Course Registration Number (CRN) which is the four- or five-digit numbers listed in the first column of the Schedule of Classes (pdf version). You should match the CRNs listed below to the times in the Schedule of Classes (pdf version) to see when the classes are offered for your major.
Print out the printer-friendly instructions below for your reference when you register. You must select from the Course Registration Numbers (CRN) below or you will get a field of study - major restriction error message when you try to register. See the Registration Instructions below for full details.
* Registration Instructions (printer-friendly version)
* Registration Instructions (web version with screen shots and common registration errors)
Major and Related Area Courses:
Select from the following Course Registration Numbers (CRN) only: 13959 13961
Select from the following Course Registration Numbers (CRN) only: 6918 6917 8145
Select from the following Course Registration Numbers (CRN) only: 11198 11199
Select from the following Course Registration Numbers (CRN) only: 5992 8421 8422
You must select from the course registration numbers (CRN) above or you will get a field of study restriction-major message. See the Registration Instructions for full details.
Step 2: Register for Liberal Arts Courses
In order to complete your AAS in two years, you should schedule two liberal arts courses per semester, for a total of eight courses over four semesters. Select two liberal arts courses from the Schedule of Classes that will fulfill the liberal arts requirements for your chosen program and will not conflict with the schedule of your major and related area courses. Be sure to select a few alternatives, in case your first choices are not available.
* Liberal Arts Requirements (pdf)
To ensure that your transfer credits are applied to your FIT record, make sure that all final, official transcripts have been sent to Admissions, Room C139. To check your transfer credits, please see your degree audit (DARS). A degree audit is a computer-based assessment that shows the progress you are making toward meeting your degree requirements. Any course granted as transfer credit will be printed with a “T” grade on your degree audit in the appropriate place for the requirement. Degree audits are available in the Online Information System section of MyFIT. Go to www.fitnyc.edu/DARS for full instructions
Placement in English writing and Math is required for incoming students. To check your placement status, please see your degree audit (DARS). Go to www.fitnyc.edu/DARS for full instructions. If you have not submitted SAT or ACT scores, been granted appropriate transfer credit or taken the FIT placement tests by January 11, you cannot register for your English, math, or science courses at this time. Instead you should plan on registering for two courses in disciplines that don’t require placement, like Social Science or History of Art. If your placement results require you to take developmental coursework— Educational and/or Math Skills courses— please note that this will be in addition to, and not part of, the required eight courses. Go to www.fitnyc.edu/3522.asp for details.
Liberal Arts Course Descriptions
Go to: www.fitnyc.edu/liberalarts
From the left hand navigation, click the department name, then click Course Descriptions.
Other Important Information
Placement in English writing and Math is required for incoming students. The Placement web site has the information you need to know about placement based on your SAT/ACT scores or the FIT Placement Exam.
Proof of immunization is required for registration. Failure to submit documentation can lead to a Health Services hold that prevents you from registering. Submit documentation to the Health Services Office.
See the bursar's website for instructions for online payments, financial aid funds, monthly payment plans, and viewing rates and fees.
Spring 2011 Academic Calendar
The Academic Calendar link lists registration and orientation dates, first and last days of classes, and days when the college is closed.
Questions for the Registrar
The Registrar's Office will be available for support during online registration, January 12-14 between 9 - 5 pm Eastern Standard Time, at 212 217-3849. Please note that this phone number will be operational during this time only. The Registrar's Office may also be reached during this time at email@example.com