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FIND MY ADVISOR

All students will have advisors as specified below:

Undergraduate Program

 

Faculty of BAD & Economics

 

Accounting

Ms. Karaguezian Haddad

Advertising & Communication

Dr. Nasr   

Economics

Dr. Tortian

Finance

Dr. Azar

General Business Administration

All students with family names A to J

Dr. Nasr

All students with family names K to Z

Mr. Boghossian

Hospitality Management (major & emphasis)

Dr. Asrawi

Human Resources Management

Ms. Karaguezian Haddad

Management Information System

Ms. Karaguezian Urneshlian


 

 

Faculty of Humanities

 

Armenian Studies

Dr. Karageozian

English Language / Literature

Dr. Safiyiddeen

 

 

Faculty of Sciences     

 

Biology

Ms. Rula Halaby

Math

Mr. Noueihed

Medical Laboratory Sciences

Dr. Hassoun

Nutrition Sciences and Dietetics

Dr. Hamade

Computer Science

 

All students with family names A to K

Mr. Moukallid

All students with family names L to Z

Dr. Halaoui

 

 

Faculty of Social & Behavioral Sciences

 

Christian Education               

Ms. Fermanian

Normal Diploma Program

Ms. Hudaverdian

Education

Education (Emphasis Armenian/Social Sciences)

Education (Emphasis Special Education)

Dr. Hout

Dr. Yacoubian

Dr. El Zein

Early Childhood Education

Dr. Hout

Psychology

Ms. Merhej

Political Science

Dr. Felsch

Social Work

Ms. Hudaverdian

Special Students

Ms. Fermanian

 

 

Graduate Program

 

MBA

Dr. Asrawi

MA - Education

Dr. Yacoubian

MA - Psychology

Dr. Hout

 

   

ADVISING PROCEDURES & RESPONSIBILITIES

Undergraduate Students
 
Advising Procedures

 

1. Contact your advisor at the beginning of the semester and make sure you know your advisor’s office hours. Make appointments as necessary.
2. Prepare for meetings with your advisor:
- For registration questions, prepare a tentative schedule with possible alternatives
- For other matters, write down a list of questions or concerns
- Visit your advisor with the above before your registration day
3. Read and become familiar with these sections of the Student Handbook:
- Academic Calendar
- Rules and Regulations
- Financial & Academic Brief Guidelines
4. Read and become familiar with the requirements for your major as given in the HU Catalog (on the HU website under ‘Current Students’). In particular, note prerequisites for courses.
5. Refer to the schedule prepared by your department that shows the sequence and scheduling of your major courses over the coming 2 years, when relevant.
6. Complete the online forms below. You will not be able to register until you have done so.
- ‘Student Evaluation of Undergraduate Advisor’ when it is posted about one week before registration
- ‘Course and Faculty Evaluation’ or ‘Lab. Course and Faculty Evaluation’ for each course at the end of the semester
7. Register online for the coming semester during the registration dates. (see HU calendar)
8. Make schedule changes (drop and add), if necessary, during the designated period. (see HU calendar)
9. Apply for financial aid, if needed, before the deadline for applications. (see HU calendar)
10. Withdraw from courses, if necessary, before the last day for withdrawals. (see HU calendar)
11. Inform your advisor about changes in your academic progress or career goals, problems affecting you academically, etc.
 

Advising and Student Responsibilities (Undergraduate)


1. To take the initiative to contact your advisor and schedule appointments each semester.  Observe the advisor’s posted office hours or make other arrangements if necessary.
2. To prepare a list of questions or concerns before each meeting with your advisor. If you are discussing registration, prepare a tentative written schedule that includes alternative courses.
3. To become knowledgeable about HU policies, procedures, and requirements and adhere to them. If you don't understand a policy or a procedure, ask questions to the right people (not just other students) until you do understand.
4. To be familiar with the requirements of the major (and minor) which you are pursuing, and to schedule courses each semester in accordance with those requirements. Make sure you refer to the schedule that shows the sequence and scheduling of your major’s (and minor’s) courses over the coming 2 years.
5. To be aware of the prerequisites for each course that you include in your semester schedule and to discuss with your advisor how prerequisites will affect the sequencing of your courses.
6. To complete the online form ‘Student Evaluation of Undergraduate Advisor’ or ‘Student Evaluation of Graduate Advisor’ (about one week before registration) so that you will be able to register for the next semester.
7. To complete the online forms ‘Course and Faculty Evaluation’ or ‘Lab. Course and Faculty Evaluation’ for each course at the end of every semester so that you can register for the next semester.
8. To follow university procedures for registering courses and for making changes to your class schedule (drop and add).
9. To know the deadline and procedure for withdrawal from courses if you are taking more than 4 courses and wish to withdraw from one.
10. To observe academic deadlines such as when to register and when to drop and add courses.
11. To keep your advisor informed about changes in your academic progress, course selection, and academic/career goals and to consult your advisor if you wish to change your major.
12. To keep a personal record of your progress towards your degree. Organize official university documents in a way that enables you to access them when needed.
13. To inform your advisor immediately whenever a serious problem (medical, financial, personal) disrupts your ability to attend classes or interferes with your ability to focus on your education and to perform your best work.
14. To accept final responsibility for all decisions made and your graduation requirements.


Graduate Students

 
Advising Procedures


1. Contact your advisor at the beginning of the semester and make sure you know your advisor’s office hours. Make appointments as necessary.
2. Prepare for meetings with your advisor:
- For registration questions, prepare a tentative schedule with alternatives
- For other matters, write down a list of questions or concerns
- Visit your advisor with the above before your registration day
3. Read and become familiar with these parts of the Graduate section of the HU Catalog (on HU website under ‘Current Students’):
- Financial Information
- Academic Information
- Academic Rules and Regulations
- your Graduate Program
4. Complete the online forms below. You will not be able to register until you have done so.
- ‘Student Evaluation of Graduate Advisor’ when it is posted about one week before registration
- ‘Course and Faculty Evaluation’ for each course at the end of the semester
5. Register online for the coming semester during the registration dates. (see HU calendar)
6. Make schedule changes (drop and add), if necessary, during the designated period. (see HU calendar)
7. Apply for a Graduate Assistantship, if needed, before the deadline for applications. (see Graduate Assistantship Handbook)
8. Withdraw from courses, if necessary, before the last day for withdrawals. (see HU calendar)
9. Inform your advisor about changes in your academic progress or career goals, problems affecting you academically, etc. 

 
Advising and Student Responsibilities (Graduate)

1. To take the initiative to contact your advisor and schedule appointments each semester.  Observe the advisor’s posted office hours or make other arrangements if necessary.
2. To prepare a list of questions or concerns before each meeting with your advisor. If you are discussing registration, prepare a tentative written schedule that includes alternative courses.
3. To become knowledgeable about HU policies, procedures, and requirements and adhere to them. If you don't understand a policy or a procedure, ask questions to the right people (not just other students) until you do understand.
4. To be familiar with the Graduate Student Handbook and all departmental policies related to your program / thesis.
5. To be familiar with the requirements of the graduate program which you are pursuing, and to schedule courses each semester in accordance with those requirements. Make sure you refer to the schedule that shows the sequence and scheduling of your program’s courses over the coming 2 years if it is available.
6. To be aware of the prerequisites for each course that you include in your semester schedule and to discuss with your advisor how prerequisites will affect the sequencing of your courses.
7. To complete the online form ‘Student Evaluation of Graduate Advisor’ (about one week before registration) so that you will be able to register for the next semester.
8. To complete the online forms ‘Course and Faculty Evaluation’ or ‘Lab. Course and Faculty Evaluation’ for each course at the end of every semester so that you can register for the next semester.
9. To follow university procedures for registering courses and for making changes to your class schedule (drop and add).
10. To know the deadline and procedure for withdrawal from courses.
11. To observe academic deadlines such as when to register and when to drop and add courses.
12. To keep your advisor informed about changes in your academic progress, course selection, and academic/career goals and to consult your advisor if you wish to change your program.
13. To keep a personal record of your progress towards your degree. Organize official university documents in a way that enables you to access them when needed.
14. To inform your advisor immediately whenever a serious problem (medical, financial, personal) disrupts your ability to attend classes or interferes with your ability to focus on your education and to perform your best work.
15. To accept final responsibility for all decisions made and your graduation requirements.
 
 

 

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