Montgomery Advising Tool

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ACADEMIC PLAN

Name: _______________________

Planned major: ________________________ (check here __ if you’ve already declared; OK to write

“unknown” if that is the case)

Planned double major, minor, or concentration (write “N/A” if none): ____________________

Academic goals (These could be very broad or very specific. For example, completing coursework needed to apply for med school or toward a specific major; achieving a specific minimum GPA; exploring courses in the social sciences for a possible major; learning more about finance or history because it simply interests you; improving writing, quantitative skills, and/or critical analysis skills. You can separate or tailor your answer so that you state goals for this academic year or longer term.)

Career aspirations, if known:

Co-curricular activities I’m involved in, or thinking about getting involved in, that complement my academic goals and/or career aspirations (include plans for January break if relevant):

Problems (if any) I’ve had this semester achieving my academic goals:

I’m thinking about studying away or abroad: Yes or No

If yes, which semester and why (i.e., what are your study away goals?) If you know where or what you want to do for study abroad, expand here:

Fill in with courses completed and courses you plan to take and when. Consider general education requirements, major requirements, any possible double major, minor or concentration requirements, and whether you plan to study abroad. For now, some “courses” can simply be placement slots (e.g.

“internationalism course” or “fine arts course”). When picking actual courses, think about how that course fits in with your larger educational goals and academic interests. Also think about scheduling considerations as most courses are not offered every semester or even every year. It’s OK to leave semesters and slots open, but the more you can fill in, the better idea you’ll have of how to achieve all your goals and meet all your requirements by graduation and the better I can help you plan and succeed.

Fall 2012

(1) FYC: Biotech & Society

(2)

(3)

(4)

Course 2

Course 3

Course 4

Fall 2013

(1) Course 1

(2)

(3)

(4)

Course 2

Course 3

Course 4

Fall 2014

(1)

(2)

Course 1

Course 2

(3)

(4)

Course 3

Course 4

Fall 2015

(1) Course 1

(2)

(3)

(4)

Course 2

Course 3

Course 4

Spring 2013

(1)

(4)

Course 1

(2) Course 2

(3) Course 3

(4) Course 4

Spring 2014

(1) Course 1

(2) Course 2

(3) Course 3

(4) Course 4

Spring 2015

(1) Course 1

(2) Course 2

(3) Course 3

Course 4

Spring 2016

(1) Course 1

(2) Course 2

(3) Course 3

(4) Course 4

General Education Requirements (Use the following abbreviations to indicate whether a listed course above fulfills one or more of these GERs.)

I

SS

FA

H

NS

FYC

FL

W

First Year Course

Proficiency in Second Language (equivalent of 4 semesters)

Writing Course (1 course/4 credits)

Q1,2,3 Quantitative Reasoning (1 Q3 course, 3 Q1 courses, or Q1+Q2, or Q2+Q2)

MC Multiculturalism (1 course/4 credits)

Internationalism (1 course/4 credits)

Social Science distribution course (2 courses/8 credits)

Fine Arts (minimum of 1 course/4 credits)*

Humanities (minimum of 1 course/4 credits)*

Natural Sciences & Math (2 courses/8 credits)

* total combined must equal 3 courses/12 credits

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