An academic advisor is your personal guide through your college experience who's ready to assist with your questions and concerns. Your advisor will partner and assist you with creating an academic plan for your success and career goals. Advisors are also available to connect you with campus and community resources, including tutoring, time management, or other specific study skill enhancements.
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Office hours: By appointment/walk-in during posted hours
- How do I add a closed sociology course to my schedule?
If there are multiple sections of a particular course available, you should register for another open section of the course that you're looking to add. If an open section is not available, you're welcome to email the professor of the closed class. If they grant you permission to register, forward the email to email@example.com and she can process the override.
- How do I declare a major or minor in sociology?
Declaring a major helps you and your departmental advisor create the shortest path to graduation, saving you time and money. Once you declare a major, you could qualify for departmental scholarships.
- How do I enroll in an accelerated graduate degree?
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences' Accelerated Graduate Enrollment (AGRADE) program enables qualified seniors in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences to enroll simultaneously in the undergraduate and graduate programs of the College and apply a maximum of 16 credits towards both an undergraduate and graduate degree in the student's major field.
Students who elect the AGRADE program may expect to complete the bachelor's and master's degrees in five years of full-time study. This allows you to save both time and money as they pursue their undergraduate and graduate degrees, making the most of your experience at Wayne State. Qualifying students must have a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.3 or better. Please contact the undergraduate advisor for more information.
- How do I get a copy of a syllabus for a previous course?
- How do I get involved in research opportunities?
Our faculty research and teach a variety of topics and are best known for their expertise in medical sociology, urban/labor sociology, race/gender, and inequality. If you're interested in doing a directed study with one of our faculty members, please connect with our undergraduate director, Dr. Khari Brown, for more information. You can also view our faculty research in the faculty directory.
- Where can I find important deadlines for the semester?
View important deadlines for the semester which include dates for course drops, course withdrawals, university closures and other pertinent information for the current academic year.