Department of Biology
Advisement in Biology
Advisement is one of the most important services faculty provide to students outside of the classroom. In addition to providing career advice, advisement ensures you are taking the courses necessary to complete your degree, as well as those that will increase your likelihood of entrance into post-graduate programs and the work force.
Career-specific advising information (i.e. pre-med, pre-vet, grad school, etc.)
What can I do with my major in Biology? (from the Advisement Center site)
Biology Plans of Study (needed for advisement during preregistration, and the Registrar requires them after 90 credit hours and when you graduate)
Biology Degree Maps (coursework plans for your tenure at North Georgia)
North Georgia Catalogs (with Biology & Biology Secondary Education coursework; important to ensure you have met prerequisites, etc.)
Two-year schedule of Biology course offerings (for academic planning)
North Georgia Advisement Handbook (designed for advisers, but good for students too)
North Georgia's Policy on Plans of Study.
Registered students should visit Banner or see the Academic Secretary to determine their advisor.