How Should I Go About Choosing Courses?
Consider These Questions:
- What do you like?
- What are you good at?
What You Can Do:
- Review the USP Course Options
- Read course descriptions in the Undergraduate Bulletin
- Review options on the website for the Academic Department of interest
Take a risk and try something new. That’s part of getting an education.
How Do My Courses Relate?
Part of your job as a student and part of becoming an educated person is to synthesize your learning, that is putting it altogether so that it makes sense. Even though you will be required to meet certain general education, degree and major requirements, your degree, and more importantly your education, will be unique to only you. No two people will have the exact same set of experiences, of courses, of interaction with faculty and of activity outside of the classroom. Some of this has to do with the course selections you make, the degree, major and minor you choose, what experiences you choose and who you choose to meet. All of this has to do with how you draw the connections, write your story and fit the pieces together.