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College of Arts and Sciences

Anthropology - Dr. Douglas Kline

Lead Advisor and Continuing Studies Professor

Dr. Kline's office hours for the fall semester:

Thursday 3:00-4:00 PM and by appointment

Suggested Course Sequencing Guide

We provide a guide suggesting the sequence of courses to be taken in order to complete your degree. The Suggested Course Sequence form is available as a PDF by clicking here.

  1. Using your resources listed above, complete a draft of your Four Year Graduation Plan (USE A PENCIL.). You can find a blank Four Year Graduation Plan form by clicking here. A suggested Four Year Graduation Plan is available as a PDF by clicking on this link.
  2. Finally, make an appointment with your academic advisor and bring your completed forms. It is strongly suggested that you make this appointment during the 5th or 6th week of the semester since registration will be shortly after that time, and advisors will be very busy with appointments.
  3. Write down any questions you might have regarding general education, Arts and Sciences distributional requirements, major requirements, or any other questions you might have before you meet with your advisor.

NOTE: You may want to make a copy of the completed forms for your own records.

What to do during your meeting with your academic advisor:

  1. Bring the draft of your graduation plan to your advising appointment and review the plan with your advisor.
  2. Ask your advisor to sign off on your Four Year Graduation Plan form after making any necessary adjustments or suggestions for changes. This is not intended to be a static contract, but instead a general plan that can be modified as necessary.

Career Planning

If you are seeking career information you may want to consider the following questions and resources before meeting with your adviser: