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UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS

Resource Name

Description

Academic Advising Syllabus A tool containing information about department advising services, advisor/advisee expecations and responsibilities, and campus resources.

Arts & Sciences Advisement Process Video
(Link will direct you off the Sociology website)

This video provides an overview of the advisement process at Georgia State University in the College of Arts & Sciences.

Course Worksheets

Use this tool for keeping track of completed and remaining degree requirements.

Degree Planner

Use this tool for planning remaining degree requirements. Students are strongly encouraged to fill one out and have it reviewed by their department and college advisors.

GPA Semester Calculator
(Link will direct you off the Sociology website)

Calculate your GPA one semester at a time. Please review the disclaimer before using.

Long Term Projection GPA Calculator

Used to determine how many A's or B's you need to earn to reach a certain GPA goal. Microsoft Excel is required to use it.

Sociology Undergraduate Major Map
(Link will direct you off the Sociology website)

Major Maps are visual representations of the many options for study and extracurricular involvement available to majors. Maps also point ahead to after graduation by indicating possible careers related to majors.

Sociology Undergraduate Handbook

The undergraduate handbook is meant to supplement the Sociology section of the Undergraduate Catalog. The handbook is provided to answer questions regarding departmental programs and policies.

Undergraduate Catalogs
(Link will direct you off the Sociology website)

The undergraduate catalog provides information regarding all of the undergraduate programs offered by Georgia State University during a given academic year. The requirements for your degree are determined by the catalog under which you began studying at Georgia State.

 

GRADUATE STUDENTS

Resource Name

Description

Sociology Graduate Handbook

The graduate handbook is meant to supplement the Sociology section of the Graduate Catalog. The handbook is provided to answer questions regarding departmental programs and policies.

Graduate Catalogs
(Link will direct you off the Sociology website)

The graduate catalog provides information regarding all of the graduate programs offered by Georgia State University during a given academic year. The requirements for your degree are determined by the catalog under which you began studying at Georgia State.