- Take An Interest Survey
- Majors and Minors
- Area of Concentration
- Pre-Professional Programs
- Annual Planning
There is no right or wrong way to choose a major. If you are still deciding which path to take, your academic adviser can help you find the information you need to make your decision confidently.
Requirements to complete a bachelor of arts (BA) at Morris
- General Education (GERs)
Area of Concentration
Students may choose to complete an area of concentration rather than a standard major. This is an individualized program consisting of a group of courses that meet the requirements of in-depth study in a specific field of knowledge.
Students who wish to complete an area of concentration must have the program approved by the appropriate faculty advisers, division chairs, and the vice chancellor for academic affairs and dean.
- Aerospace Engineering
- Biomedical Engineering
- Bioproducts & Biosystems Engineering
- Chemical Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Computer Engineering
- Dual Degree Program - UMM/IT
- Electrical Engineering
- Geological Engineering
- Industrial & Systems Engineering
- Materials Science Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Nursing - Masters of Nursing
- Pharmacy with Biochemistry major
- Pharmacy with Biology major
- Pharmacy with Chemistry major
- Physical Therapy
- Veterinary Medicine
Every spring students meet with their academic advisers to create/update their long-range academic plan.
- Discuss goals
- Choose classes
- Explore academic options
Students who have completed fewer than 60 credits are required to meet with their advisers before registering.
Juniors are encouraged to meet with their advisers to plan for graduation.
Tips for Choosing Classes in First Year
- Meet with your adviser during Orientation, before spring registration, for annual planning, and as needed.
- Observe foreign language and math placement test scores and recommendations.
- Take courses that meet GERs and potential major requirements; choose from different academic areas.
- Follow course prerequisites.
- Some higher-level courses require you to have taken one or more specific courses before you can register.
- Most sequence courses (made up of two parts over two semesters) begin in the fall term.
- If you need to take one of these courses, register for them for the fall term.
- Consider including a course for enjoyment in an area of interest.
- Ask your adviser to make a note of any special accommodations you might need.
- First-year students should take 1000-level courses.
- If you are unable to register for a course, place your name on a wait list
- You will be contacted to register when an opening occurs.
If you have completed less than 60 credits, an advising hold is put on your record.
To remove the hold, meet with your adviser to set an academic plan.
Register on Time
Students may register online or in person at the Registrar’s Office after their assigned time (sent via email).
If courses are filled, please use the wait list option.
You will be contacted if the course opens for more students.
The University is upgraded its core technology systems in Spring 2015. Learn more.
Summer Session Courses
Students can complete GERs, make up lost credits, or accelerate their degree progress, during Summer Term.