The University Advisement Center can help you make timely and informed decisions about majors, careers, and classes. They have many resources available to help, including a great staff of academic advisors.

Once you choose a major your individual college advisement center can help you with your academic and career needs.

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Talk to an advisor about your academic plans whether by phone, email, or appointment. Figuring out your plan early on will save...
Browse the University Catalog for a list of all current majors offered at BYU.
Browse the University Catalog for a list of all current minors offered at BYU.
A guide that outlines university core requirements and major requirements for the major you've selected. It gives a suggested...
MyMAP allows students to plan and register for courses. You can view a summary of your academic record, view courses...
Submit your graduation application. Go through the OneStop Graduation Checklist for other important information about...
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Choosing a major at BYU.
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Helping students academically and professionally with services relating to personal counseling, general advisement, academic...
If you're interested in Pre-health, Pre-law, or Pre-management, get in touch with the Pre-professional...
Offers materials to help you reach academic success and make good career choices. Take advantage of their free workshops...
It's never too early or too late to start thinking about your career. Career Services can help you with your resume, networking...
Counseling and Psychological Services provides individual counseling for full-time students who are...
The Academic Support Office is here to promote academic success and to assist degree-seeking, undergraduate students who...
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