What grade do I need to receive for a requirement to count?
For Isenberg School majors, you need to receive at least a D in a course to receive credit for a...
For Isenberg School majors, you need to receive at least a D in a course to receive credit for a requirement. You must also maintain a major and overall GPA of at least a 2.0 (C average). If you are double majoring in a program outside of Isenberg, you should check with that department about minimum grades needed.
What is the difference between a double major and a dual degree?
Double majors require students to complete 120 credits.
Double majors require students to complete 120 credits. For information about completing double majors, please see page 31, section B in the Academic Regulations
Dual degrees require students to complete 150 credits. Additionally, dual degrees have other requirements. For information about completing simultaneous dual degrees, please see pages 31-32, section C in the Academic Regulations
Students are encouraged to speak with an academic advisor in Isenberg 206 for more information.
What minors are offered at UMass?
There are many minors offered at the University and you are encouraged to explore the complete...
What opportunities are there to get involved in Isenberg?
There are many opportunities for involvement at Isenberg including independent study...
There are many opportunities for involvement at Isenberg including independent study opportunities with faculty, volunteering for Isenberg events, and the many wonderful student clubs. View our Student Clubs.
When should I meet with an academic advisor and how often?
When planning for future semesters, students should meet with an advisor during the less busy...
When planning for future semesters, students should meet with an advisor during the less busy months of the year. When in need of answers to quick scheduling questions in April, November and during the add/drop periods, (at the beginning of each semester), students may also meet with an advisor.
It is recommended that students meet with an academic advisor once a semester. Students should come to their advising meeting with a list of questions to ask and a reasonable understanding of their degree and major requirements.
Where do I go to find out about internship opportunities and/or earning credit for an internship?
Students in Isenberg may obtain help exclusively from the Chase Career Center located in...
Students in Isenberg may obtain help exclusively from the Chase Career Center located in Isenberg Room N201. For more information, click on the link below: