Registration Info for Summer/Fall 2022 | Phase I

Dear Student, If you have a registration question, please thoroughly read all of the info below. If your question is not answered below, I will respond as soon as possible. Please note that I will only be addressing registration issues and will be available again for long-term academic planning and career/internship advice, as well as incoming major changes, beginning April 20. –APPOINTMENTS– If you’d like to make a virtual or in-person appointment, my availability is listed on the Advising Portal at http://advisor.gatech.edu. I have Drop-In Advising hours via BlueJeans or…

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The 39 hour rule

What is the 39-hour rule? The Georgia Tech Catalog states that students must complete 39 hours of upper-division (3000/4000-level courses) in the undergraduate degree.  This rule affects INTA majors the most, in that fifteen hours of the non-major cluster, free electives, language, HTS, or technical elective requirements must be upper-division (3000/4000-level coursework). See the infographic above or watch this short video below for additional detail on how it affects EIA, IAML, and INTA majors.          

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New Change of Major Policy

The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs has instituted a new Change of Major policy for students wishing to major in International Affairs (INTA), International Affairs and Modern Language (IAML), or Economics and International Affairs (EIA). Non-INTA/IAML/EIA students that want to change to INTA or IAML or EIA and have MORE than 60 hours, must:   Be in good academic standing. See the descriptions of academic standing here. Non-INTA/IAML/EIA students with less than 60 hours are allowed one unrestricted change of major, keeping with Catalog rules (http://www.catalog.gatech.edu/rules/6/). Transfer students do…

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INTA Chair statement to students | 7.23.2020

Thursday, July 23, 2020   Dear Nunn School Students,   I hope that this note finds you safe, healthy, and eager to focus on your academic pursuits during this coming Fall.  At this point, there still remains considerable uncertainty and anxiety surrounding the semester.  Rest assured, however, that the faculty and staff at the Nunn School have been working hard over the past months to ensure that you will have a safe, flexible, accessible, and substantive learning experience.   As you will find, the instructional mode for Fall 2020 courses…

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Online Drop-In Advising – Wednesday, March 25

Life is changing. School has changed. We are all making adjustments. With all this change may come uncertainty. I’m sure you have some questions, so I want to try and provide some answers. We are all working remotely now, so for some of us, that means trying new apps and software we haven’t had time to learn.  Or, engage in ways we may not be most comfortable. When we first met, I told you that I would be your guide to help you transition and begin to succeed in college.…

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Advising hours change for Mondays

Effective immediately, advising hours for International Affairs are changing on Mondays. Beginning Monday, November 4, 2019, Stephanie Jackson will be working remotely. Office hours will be held virtually. This is noted for all her Monday appointments in GradesFirst, and contact information is provided.  If you prefer to meet in person, please choose an appointment for another day during the week.  

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