Third Year Advising

Third Year Advising: Student Learning Outcomes

By the end of the third year, a student should be able to:

  1. Apply problem-solving methods and exercise judgment for course sequencing to successfully meet degree requirements.
  2. Take responsibility for their academic and collegiate planning.
  3. Understand the potential consequences of academic changes on graduation.
  4. Link appropriate courses with career path.
  5. Identify, evaluate, and plan potential career or graduate school opportunities.
  6. Navigate the graduation application process.