List of general education requirements can be found on the Registrar’s Office website:
Graduation Requirements FAQ
How many credits do I need to graduate
128 credits – this includes your Core curriculum, majors/minors, and possibly electives.
Where do I find out what requirements I have left to complete?
You can find your official Graduation Audit on the Degree Progress tab of AugNet Service’s Records & Registration.
Where can I find my major or minor requirements since it isn’t listed on my Graduation Audit.
You can find a PDF major or minor checklist on the Registrar’s website.
How and when do I choose a major?
If you’re exploring majors, you can contact the Strommen Center to learn about Major & Career Exploration.
If you know your major, please update your major in “Students Info/Contact” under “Records and Registration”. You must have a major declared by the time you have 64 credits completed however we recommend you declare before that in order to graduate in four years.
I want to go to a healthcare professional program after graduation – who should I talk to for information?
You can always discuss this with your faculty or academic advisor, they may be able to advise on this experience with students. However, it is very important that you connect with URGO’s Health Professions Specialist and start exploring the Pre-Health Science Advising. Academic Advising has a list of typical prerequisite for our most common healthcare programs.
Choosing your major
Your major is your specialized area of study. Beyond general college requirements, you’ll also take a group of courses in a subject of your choosing.
Choosing a college major can be hard. Some students have known what they wanted to be since they were kids; others still aren’t sure. It’s okay to enter college as an undecided major. You have time to figure it out and you can change your mind! You have the opportunity to try out classes you think you might enjoy and classes you’ve never been exposed to before.
Studies find that most students change majors at least once and many students switch several times. No matter what year you’re in, sometimes the major you declare doesn’t end up being the right one. If you decide to change your major, make sure the credits you need align with your expected graduation date. Your advisor and the Career Center can help you with this process.
Video: 5 Common Myths about Choosing a Major
Start Exploring Before You Register for Classes
It’s helpful to explore your options when it comes to majors and careers – and there are a lot of options! While some majors are directly related to a job (nursing, accounting, teaching), the majority can open doors for many career paths. Choosing a major doesn’t limit you to just one career and choosing a career doesn’t limit you to just one major. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, the average twenty-something switches jobs once every three years and the average person changes career fields two or three times in their lifetime.
Step 1 – Read about the majors offered at Augsburg University. Visit the department websites to learn about the type of classes you might take.
Step 2 – Learn about career options that correspond with majors of interest on the Major & Career Exploration website by clicking on What Can I Do with This Major? (screen shot of location below).
Step 3 – Log onto AugNet Services’ Records & Registration to review/edit your major on the dashboard.