How to Plan for Upcoming Semesters
It is recommended for students to seek academic advising at least once a semester to ensure they are on track toward meeting degree requirements and plan for upcoming courses. Below are some helpful tips and resources to supplement academic advising and assist with self-guided semester planning.
Know Your Tools
Learn about online tools you can use to navigate your degree program
Quick tips to keep in mind when planning your semester courses
- To tentatively plan for future semesters and anticipated graduation, use the Long-Range Planning Form.
- Keep in mind course offerings each semester are tentative and subject to change.
- Check the Undergraduate Catalog and CatsWeb for course restrictions and prerequisites. The Undergraduate Catalog features a four year plan for each major that accommodates prerequisites and course sequencing recommended by the departments.
Explore Your Options
View other opportunities to complete course credit towards your degree
Additional Options to Earn College Credit
Students can also earn college credit to be potentially applied to their degree through the following options: