College of Arts & Sciences (CAS)

4-5 courses (16-17 credits) 

Printable (PDF) pre-registration instructions

  • SEMINAR FOR FRESHMEN

    Honors Seminar for Freshmen is REQUIRED for honors students.

    • Use MySuffolk Search and Select to My Wishlist.
    • Select Term "16/FA-FALL 2016," select Subject “SF-Seminar for Freshmen." 
    • Click Submit to see options.
    • Select one of the 'honors' Seminar for Freshmen (SF) courses. Honors SF courses courses are designated with an "H" in front of the course number. (Example: SF-H101-A).

  • MAJOR COURSE(S)

    Find your intended major in the list below to select your major course(s):

    Undeclared: Choose two Core Requirements

    Asian Studies: AS-100 or other Asian Studies (AS) course
    Applied Legal Studies: GVT-110
    Biology: BIO-114 & BIO-L114 and CHEM-111 & CHEM-L111
    Biochemistry: CHEM-111 & CHEM-L111 and MATH (check your math placement)
    Chemistry: CHEM-111 & CHEM-L111 and MATH (check your math placement)
    Computer Science: CMPSC-F131 and MATH (check your math placement)
    Communication & Journalism: CJN-101
    Art History: ARH-101 or ARH-102
    Economics: EC-101 or EC-102
    English: Choose two Core Requirements
    Environmental Science: ENST-101
    Environmental Studies: ENST-101
    Fine Arts: ADF-S101, ADF-S166, and ADF-S171
    French: French (FR) course at your placement level. You will take language placement at orientation. Advisors will help you complete your schedule.
    Graphic Design: ADF-S101, ADF-S166, and ADF-S171
    Government: GVT-110
    History: Any History (HST) course at 100 level
    Interior Design: ADF-S101, ADF-S166, and ADI-S108
    Mathematics: CMPSC-F131 and MATH (check your math placement)
    Music History: MUH-101 or MUH-102
    Philosophy: PHIL-119, PHIL-123, OR PHIL-127
    Physics: PHYS-151 & PHYS-L151 and MATH (check your math placement) 
    Politics, Philosophy, & Economics: PHIL-120
    Psychology: PSYCH-114
    Radiation Science: SCI-108 & one of the following Philosophy courses: PHIL-119, PHIL-120, PHIL-123, or PHIL-127
    Sociology: SOC-113 or SOC-116
    Spanish: Spanish (SPAN) course at your placement level. You will take language placement at orientation. Advisors will help you complete your schedule.
    Theatre: Any Theatre (THEATR) course at the 100 level.

  • WRITING

    • Log into your MySuffolk to check your writing placement.
    • Use MySuffolk Search and Select to My Wishlist to choose a Writing course.
    • Select Term "16/FA- Fall 2016," Select Subject "WRI-Writing," and type in the Course Number that matches your Placement (example: 101).
    • If you place into WRI-H103, it counts as an honors course.
    • If you have Advanced Standing Credit (AP, IB, dual-enrollment) for writing, contact the Undergraduate Academic Advising Center for assistance.
  • CORE REQUIREMENT

    Choose one (1) - two (2) of these options, depending on how many more courses you need:
    Ethical & Philosophical Inquiry (PHIL-119, PHIL-123, or PHIL-127)
    • Select Term "16/FA-FALL 2016" and Subject "PHIL-Philosophy."
    • Type Course Number "119," "123," OR "127."
    • Click Submit.
    • If you are a philosophy major, do not choose this option.
    Social, Cultural, & Global Diverse Perspectives
    Humanities & History
    Social Science
    Math
    Free Elective
    • Pre-register for any 100 or 200 level course.
    Creativity & Innovation - (If possible, honors students should wait until spring semester to take an honors section of Creativity & Innovation as a spring honors requirement).
    • Use MySuffolk Search & Select to My Wishlist.
    • Select Term "16/FA-FALL 2016." 
    • Select Subject “CI-Creativity & Innovation.” 
    • Click Submit to see choices.
    • If you are a science major, do not choose this option.
  • CAS-101

    CAS-101 is a highly recommended one-credit course for first-year students.  This course initiates your journey toward achieving your academic, professional, and personal goals by helping you to understand the opportunities available to you at Suffolk.

    To pre-register, use MySuffolk Search & Select to My Wishlist:

    • Select Term "16/FA-FALL 2016." 
    • Select Subject "CAS-College of Arts & Sciences." 
    • Type Course Number "101."
    • Click Submit to see options

Sawyer Business School (SBS)

5 courses (15-17 credits) 

Printable (PDF) pre-registration instructions

  • BUSINESS FOUNDATIONS (ENT-H101)

    All honors students in the Business School take ENT-H101 (Honors Business Foundations) first semester.

  • MATH

    ALL Business majors are expected to enroll in a Math class during their first semester.

    Note: All Math courses meet for an additional hour each week. When searching for courses in MySuffolk, click on the "Meeting Information" to see the complete "Section Information" for your selected Math course.

  • WRITING

    • Log into your MySuffolk to check your writing placement.
    • Use MySuffolk Search and Select to My Wishlist to choose a Writing course.
    • Select Term "16/FA- FALL 2016," Select Subject "WRI-Writing," and type in the Course Number that matches your placement (example: 101).
    • If you place into WRI-H103, it is counted as an honors course.
    • If you have Advanced Standing Credit (AP, IB, dual-enrollment) for writing, contact the Undergraduate Academic Advising Center for assistance.
  • CORE REQUIREMENT

    Choose one:

    Creativity & Innovation
    Globalization
    • Pre-register for either SIB-101 (3 credits) or HST-149 (4 credits)
    • Choose SIB-H101 (honors section) if available.
    • If you are considering a Global Business major or International Business minor, SIB-101 is required.
    Social, Cultural, & Global Diverse Perspectives
    • Use MySuffolk Search & Select to My Wishlist.
    • Use the "Course Type" drop-down menu and select "PERSP- DIVERSE PERSPECTIVES" and click "Submit" to see choices.
    • Choose P.AD-H201 (honors section) if available.
    Free Elective
    • Any 100 or 200 level course.

  • CAREER START (SBS-100)

    All students in the Business school take SBS-100 (careerSTART) during their first semester.