Advisement for Math Majors and Graduate Students
All Mathematics majors and graduate students are assigned an advisor to assist students in developing academic plans that are relevant to their degree programs and life goals. These advisors act as a resource for students as they navigate their academic career here at UTC. Due to the importance of correct course selection and sequencing, all students must meet with an academic advisor prior to course registration each semester.
Undergraduate Mathematics Majors: All declared a Mathematics majors will be assigned an advisor in The Hub Student Success Center in the College of Arts and Sciences to assist them in navigating the required coursework for a math degree.
Mathematics Masters and Certificate Students: All Mathematics students working on their Masters degree or a Post-Baccalaureate Certificate will be advised by Dr. Andrew-Ledoan, Graduate Coordinator.
Mathematics Ph.D. Students: All students in the Ph.D. in Computational Science - Computational and Applied Mathematics degree program are advised by their Ph.D. advisor.
Your MyMocsNet account includes a link to your MyMocsDegree – degree audit. Your advisor should be listed in the top section titled Comprehensive Checklist where you will find your name, UTC ID, classification and Advisor’s name. If you do not have an advisor listed, please see above for who to contact to receive one.
Each semester, the Department of Mathematics hosts Math Advising Night. This is a time when all Mathematics Majors and Graduate students can meet with department faculty to:
- Learn more about classes offered the following semester
- Discuss possible research projects or thesis with faculty
- Meet with other math students and friends
- Registration Instructions
- Registration FAQs
- Course Overrides
- Math Course Overrides
- Withdrawal Process
- ClearPath Showcases for Undergraduate majors*
**ClearPath Showcases provide students with an opportunity to see program requirements defined in a semester-by-semester format. The ClearPath Showcases also provide students with important tips, pointers, and suggestions for staying on track with progress toward the degree. Students should also meet regularly with their academic advisor.