Planning

Planning

Academic planning is about more than just choosing and scheduling courses.  Deciding on and qualifying for a major is an important component of academic planning.  Creating and following a term-by-term plan for the remainder of your years will help you turn your dreams into a reality.

You Have at Least Two Advisers

  • College Advisers are "generalist" advisers. They can help you understand campus-wide requirements, such as general education, academic progress, and time to degree. They can also help you identify possible majors.
  • L&S undergraduate major advisers (UMAs) focus on specific departments. They can help you understand major admission, graduation requirements, and academic planning for the major or minor.

As you plan your studies at Berkeley, remember also that you are responsible for your academic progress and educational experience. Consequently read the Statement of Student Responsibility, which highlights your academic and administrative duties. 

Use the Planning links (left) to learn about important aspects of academic planning.