Academic Advisement & Registration

Welcome to the College of Science and Technology
Office of Academic Advising

We are glad you have chosen or are considering a major in the sciences. This office in particular focuses on first-time freshman students (less than 30 credits). We advise students in Biology, Chemistry and Physics, Computer Science and Information Technology, Engineering Studies, Mathematics, and Psychology, as well as Pre-Professional students (Pre-Med, Pre-Dent, Pre-Vet, Pre-Physician Assistant, Pre-Anesthesiologist Assistat, and Pre-Pharmacy). Each department offers majors and minors in their respective disciplines. Please explore this page to find more information for your advising needs. 


Please contact the department of your major for advising information.


Important Upcoming Dates:

*Registration Opens! Please remember your registration time depends on the number of course credit hours ALREADY completed.
*March 31 (Honors and Seniors) - April 7-8 (Freshman). Open till Aug. 17.
Pre-Pharmacy Student Club Meeting - SC 2502
Fri., April 18, 12pm
Pre-Med Student Club presents Speaker from South University's Anesthesiologist Assistant Program, Science Center 2506
Wed., April 23, 12pm
Pre-Med Student Club Meeting - Science Center 1402
Speaker: Representative from the American University of the Antigua College of Medicine
Fri., April 25, 12pm
Last Day of Class
Monday, May 5
Reading Day
Tuesday, May 6
Final Examinations
Wed., 5/7 - Tue, 5/13
Final Grades Due
Thu., May 15 by 9am
Sat., May 10
*For exact registration times, please view Registration status on your SHIP account, or go here

Advisement Check Sheets

*More information about the RETP (Regents Engineering Transfer Program) to GA Tech


Chemistry & Physics



Computer Science & Information Technology






Engineering (Please note the updates made as of 11/06/13)

*More information about the RETP (Regents Engineering Transfer Program) to GA Tech

Associate of Science + RETP Transfer Eligibility, Check Sheet, Sample Schedule, and Prerequisite Chart

Students starting with College Algebra (MATH 1111), please follow these plans for entrance into GA Tech or GSU

Accelerated RETP Track - Students Starting their first semester with Calculus I (MATH 1161)

Degree Program Plans of Study

*This is meant to be a typical 4-year timeline to complete a degree for students who start as traditional, first-time, full-time Freshman in the Fall semester. Personal plans may vary.
*More information about the RETP (Regents Engineering Transfer Program) to GA Tech
**Information about GSET (Georgia Southern Engineering Transfer) program coming soon.**


Chemistry & Physics


Minor in Environmental Studies (*NEW)

Minor in Environmentasl Studies Program of Study (Course Requirements) 34k



  • (Please see the Advisement Check Sheets Above)

Computer Science & Information Technology

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