The Guides to Graduation provides in-depth information necessary to assist you in planning your undergraduate academic career. It contains a complete checklist of required courses and a suggested plan of study, as well as detailed course information, including course prerequisites and projected course offerings.
While this information will be helpful to you, you should also contact the Merrick Advising Center. They are here to assist you in planning your program plan of study and to answer any questions that you may have. Advisers are available during the day and the evening. Students in the online program and who do not have access to the campus will be advised electronically. All new students are required to meet with an adviser prior to registering for their first semester to receive a personalized program plan of study.
Although your academic adviser will assist you in planning your program, it is ultimately your responsibility to complete the degree requirements and acquaint yourself with the University’s academic policies.
Please note: Guides to Graduation are updated as curriculum changes are implemented.