Advising and student success are important components of ITAM programs. They go hand-in-hand.
Each year we publish our tentative quarterly offerings plan so students can work with their advisors to create an effective academic plan. You can explore that document here:
If you like to plan even farther ahead, explore our planned course offerings for the next four years:
Your involvement is important to the advising process.
Take the time early in your program to review your program of study, advising sheet, and yearly course offering guide. Each student also has the Academic Requirements Report available through MyCWU to assist you in your advising and plan for your program of study. Please remember, each time you meet with or correspond by phone/SKYPE, have the most recent copy of your this report available and advising sheet handy.
For those of you in the BAS program, advising takes place early in your program of study, often with pre-advising at your two-year institution.
The following requirements apply to students seeking the BS-ITAM degree:
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