USD's Academic Open House - Multi Days | Montag, 03. August 2020
About this Event
Welcome Toreros! As a new USD student, you likely have a bunch of questions: What will my first day of class look like? What can I major and minor in? What type of research is available? What additional activities are available to enhance my experience... We put together a week-long virtual program to answer all of these questions and get you connected to your new Torero community.
WHAT TO EXPECT
The week kicks off on Monday, August 3, with an afternoon of events that cover general academic opportunities like college classroom expectations, international experiences and Changemaker programs. Throughout the rest of the week, the three undergraduate schools at USD will host major-specific events to give students the opportunity to connect with faculty in specific departments to discuss areas of study that interest them.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Monday, August 3: Academic Opportunities
Explore and learn about navigating your USD experience through topics including college expectations and support, community engagement, being a Changemaker, research opportunities, international experiences, creative academic outlets and bridging the classroom to a career.
- College Classroom Expectations and Support
- Community Engagement, Changemaker and Catalyze Programs
- Research Opportunities
- International Experiences
- Creative Academic Outlets
- Bridging Classroom to Career
Tuesday, August 4: School of Business
Come and meet faculty and staff from the majors within the USD School of Business including Finance, Entrepreneurship, Business Administration, International Business, Supply Chain Management, Real Estate and more. We will also have a session on career development and academic advising as well as the Associate Dean and the entire School of Business academic advisors team to answer your questions.
Wednesday & Thursday, August 5-6: School of Arts and Sciences
USD’s arts programs offer students the opportunity to hone their craft while expressing their creativity through various media. Students of the social sciences gain a global perspective and master the tools they need to better the world by understanding our society and how we interact with one another. Students of the natural sciences learn the history of our physical world.
Friday, August 7: Shiley-Marcos School of Engineering
Come and meet faculty from the majors within USD's Shiley-Marcos School of Engineering, including Electrical, Industrial, Integrated and Mechanical Engineering and Computer Science. The Associate Dean and Academic Advisor will also be on hand to answer your questions.
NAVIGATING THE EVENT
Visit our landing page, which provides details and navigational links for our daily events. Not sure where to begin? Don’t worry, you will have plenty of time during this week of orientation to navigate from session to session and get all of your questions answered. All you have to do now is to indicate that you will be attending by registering today.
We can’t wait to welcome you to the family! See you soon!
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