One-on-one advising for your overall success at Nebraska—personal, academic, and professional.
Philosophy majors should plan to meet with their assigned academic advisor at least once every semester before you register for classes, and anytime you have a question. Philosophy minors and students considering philosophy as a major are welcome, too.
Learn more about advising in CAS including how to prepare for and make the most of your advising meetings.
* Note which catalog year you are using.
Every semester the department posts the next semester's courses on the Course Listing page and describes the next semester's courses in more detail than the Undergraduate Catalog. To select courses for the next semester, check the Undergraduate Course Guide and the Course Listing.
Ready to declare this major or minor?
Visit the Academic and Career Advising Center in 107 Oldfather Hall.
Your assigned advisor is your first point of contact for many advising questions, and the faculty advisors are your experts when you need discipline specific information.
Talk to the faculty advisor when making choices about upper level courses or considering graduate school in the discipline. The faculty advisors can also help you get involved in research, internships, or other experiential learning activities related to the major.
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