Faculty advisors are a crucial component of the University of Wisconsin-Platteville's personal approach to education. You will meet with your faculty advisor prior to registration for the following semester to ensure you are taking the proper classes for your major/minor requirements.
Faculty advisors are aware of changes being made to curriculum and can answer questions on general education requirements, as well as major/minor requirements. They also offer advice on career paths and encourage students to participate in campus events and professional organizations.
To make the most of your advising appointment, arrive to meetings prepared with a suggested schedule of classes.
Major and Minor Checklists
Not all courses are offered each semester. Course rotation lists and major/minor checklists, in conjunction with the course catalog, help keep you and your advisor on the same page, particularly as new courses are added, and older courses change.
Use the checklists provided to help plan your schedule and make sure you are on track for graduation.
Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
The TESOL program provides students with the professional knowledge and skills to teach English to speakers of other languages in the United States or abroad.
The program offers three tracks to accommodate students:
- TESOL licensure minor
- TESOL minor
- TESOL certificate
Explore the possibilities of this in-demand career, and get advising information, by clicking the links below.