Forms and Advising
Forms for Advising:
Click here to print out a Study Plan form.
Example worksheet to complete a plan of study.
Example of a completed study plan.
A diagram to aid you in selecting what classes to take.
It is best to enter the HPT program during the fall semester because the foundation course is HPT 6200 that is only offered once a year. HPT 6200 is the pre-requisite class for most of our other classes. Without this class, you course selection is limited.
All new students also need to register for: HPT 6100. In HPT6100 Professor Lanigan goes over a Study Plan with you.
Suggestions regarding the progress through the program:
The first two classes to take is HPT 6200 and HPT6100. Even if you are entering in the Spring, you want to take HPT 6100 to get introduced to the HPT program and build a plan of study.
If you are entering in the Spring and you don't have the HPT 6200 pre-requisite, then you can take HPT 6150.
It is best to take HPT 7200 and 6150 as soon as you can as these classes offer skills that are used in the other classes.
HPT 8200 should be taken after you have already had HPT 7200; 6150; and 7300.
HPT 8600 can be taken after you have successfully completed HPT 7300 and HPT 8200.
HPT 8981 and HPT 8982 should be taken in your last semester prior to graduation and after you successfully completed HPT 8600. In other words, you need to have all the HPT required courses already taken prior to registering for 8981 and 8982.
The remaining classes you can take as you see appropriate. However, you want to pay attention to when the class is offered.