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Center for Student Advising

Declare a Major

Major Declaration for SEAS sophomores (class of 2017) and other SEAS students who need to declare starts Tuesday, October 21

Preprofessional Advising

Role

Preprofessional Advising strives to:

Choosing Which Health Professional Schools to Submit Applications To

The first criterion is purely geographic: a majority of medical, dental and veterinary schools are state-supported and accept very few out-of-state applicants.

The Application Essay: Personal Statement

The "personal statement" is very open: there are no set rules for its content.

Exploring Majors

First: Assess your interests and abilities

Art of Engineering was probably one of your first opportunities to learn more about your own interests in engineering and about each of the Columb

Major Myths and Misconceptions

Myth: The major I choose will determine my career options

The selection of an undergraduate major may not determine a lifelong career

The Core Curriculum - Science

The science component of the Core is designed to provide all students with an introduction to some of the most exciting developments in contemporary science while inculcating an appreciation for sc

Technical Requirements: Calculus

What is required?

Completion of Calculus IV (MATH V1202) is required for almost all SEAS majors.

Technical Requirements: Physics

What is required?

At least a one-year sequence of introductory physics.

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