Typical Course Sequence

Students are strongly advised to consult their academic advisors about the content and sequence of their curriculum, especially where the choice and sequencing of electives are concerned. Download our Typical Course Sequence document (in the downloads area at the side of this page) for an example of the sequence of coursework over 8 semesters.

Courses are arranged in a specific manner to assure that prerequisites for a given course have been satisfied prior to course enrollment. Adherence to this outline assures that students are adequately prepared for upper division classes. Since many of the indicated courses are not offered every semester, it is important to keep the sequence in mind when planning a course of study. It is for this reason that individual conferences with one's faculty advisor during counseling week are important.

For further information, please contact Nicole Goldstein, Undergraduate Academic Advisor.