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Undergraduate Academic Advising

Undergraduate Academic Advising

Navigating course schedules, requirements, and graduation information can be overwhelming. Our Undergraduate Team is here to help you graduate on time and enjoy all that college has to offer.

Scott Bartlett

Scott Bartlett

Academic Advisor & Program Manager
AE-116 Turner Hall
1102 S. Goodwin Ave.
Urbana, IL 61801
sbartlet@illinois.edu

 

Click here to schedule an advising appointment

All advising appointments will be held via Zoom or by phone until further notice.

Major Requirements

Find your major or concentration below to see an entire list of course requirements.

Bachelor + Master (4+1) Programs

The five-year joint BS-MS program in Crop Sciences combines a BS in Crop Sciences with a non-thesis MS in Crop Sciences or a BS in Computer Science and Crop Sciences with a non­-thesis MS in Crop Sciences. Current University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign undergraduate students enrolled in the Department of Crop Sciences who have completed between 60 and 96 credit hours, maintain superior academic performance are eligible to apply for this program. Students admitted to the program will receive both degrees once all requirements for the BS-MS program are completed. Please click here for more information.

Declaring a Minor

To declare a minor, please complete the minor declaration form and schedule an appointment with Scott Bartlett.

Click on the minor below to see a listing of course requirements.

Degree Audit

To check your progress towards completing an undergraduate degree, run a degree audit by visiting the Office of the Registrar page.

Student Resources

For a list of helpful links, please visit the Student Resources page.

Departmental Honors Advisor (ACES James Scholars)

Patrick Tranel

Patrick Tranel

Professor

Faculty Mentors

Faculty mentors are an excellent resource for research, internship, graduate school, and career advising. Crop Sciences majors may choose their faculty mentor from the list below; however, students without a mentor by the fall term of their junior year will automatically be assigned one. Majors wishing to choose their faculty mentor or desiring to change their mentor preference must email that information to their academic advisor, Scott Bartlett.

To schedule an appointment with a faculty mentor, please contact them directly via email.


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Questions About Our Undergraduate Programs?

Undergraduate Office
AE-120 Turner Hall, MC-046
1102 South Goodwin Avenue
Urbana, IL  61801

217-333-4256
ugrad@cropsciences.illinois.edu