Majors - Minors Academic Program Advising
There are 49 baccalaureate degree majors within which are 86 options/concentrations. There are also 85 minors, 12 graduate programs, 21 credential programs including 16 single subject credentials, and several certificates of study. A complete listing is available in the current catalog, as well as detailed descriptions of each program and each course.
Online program directory
From the HSU Majors & Programs link at http://www.humboldt.edu/humboldt/programs you can find 4-yr plans for most majors, as well as individual program/department sites and program requirements.
Faculty advisors are the experts in their major fields. Here are some reminders of the things your advisees need to know, and when they need to know them:
- Remediation (see details in section that follows)
- the correct sequencing of core courses and pre-requisites to major requirements
- how to balance lower division all-university requirements with major core courses
- how to use 4-year plans
- how many hours to expect to study
- what extracurricular activities are associated with the major—i.e. clubs, contests, etc.,
- how and when to register,
- familiarity with web resources.
- opportunities for summer learning experiences
- clarification and confirmation of major goals/choice of option within major
- continue to balance general education and major requirements
- strategies for academic success
- Juniors and Seniors
- Develop and approve major contract
- Application for graduation
- Careful review of official DARS report
- Career or graduate school information
- Referral to Career Center
Refer student to the Office of the Registrar for evaluator appointment to review official DARS report and check on all-university requirements (GE, GWPE, unit totals, etc.)