CSM Degree Planning
CSM Advising and Registration Tools
Be smart about planning your time in the College of Science and Mathematics. Know your requirements, know your advisors, and know your strengths and areas of weakness. Then if you’re struggling, you’ll know how to get the help you need. By developing relationships with your advisors, you will be connected to opportunities and resources to improve your experience within the classroom and beyond.
Not sure which major to choose? Explore our Guide to Majors!
CSM Advising Explained
Declared CSM Major: Students will be assigned a faculty advisor, with whom students are required to meet every semester. Faculty advisors are essential guides and mentors as you make progress in your major.
Undecided CSM Majors: Undeclared students are assigned an advisor from the University Advising Center, with whom students are required to meet every semester.
The Student Success Center provides complementary advising for any CSM student needing assistance, as well as additional resources for students in the Freshman Success Community Program. Any time you’re unsure about something relating to your degree, you can start with the SSC and we’ll point you in the right direction.
What's Your Plan?
The Student Success Center has four-year curriculum plans for all CSM majors to help you plan your path to graduation. Whether you’re starting fresh or as a transfer student, you can see where you should start, the order in which the department wants you to take your major classes, and how to finish in four years if that is your goal.
Need a Plan?
If you’re undecided about your major or your future, we strongly encourage you to work with the University Advising Center and Career Services. It’s important to regularly assess whether your strengths are a good match for your interests and goals. Career Services has a tool designed to help you: