Advising, ILPs & Forms
School of Computing and Design's Academic Advisor helps students in CS (formerly known as CSIT) and CD degree programs with their learning path plans and academic advising needs.
Individual Learning Plans
Once signed by your faculty adviser, the ILP becomes your unique set of requirements for earning your degree. You officially develop your ILP in Major Proseminar (CST 300: Major ProSeminar (4 units)) then work on completing the approved courses. When it comes time to apply for graduation, your original, signed ILP must be submitted with your graduation application.