Grades are important. Many employers require at least a 3.0 GPA.

  • Seek help when facing difficulties with a class.
  • Develop successful study habits and time management skills.
  • Gain relevant experience while completing the degree. Experience in the field will give you an edge over the competition.
  • Make contacts and network with family, friends, professors and professionals.
  • Take part-time jobs seriously and concentrate on developing transferable skills. A future job lead may develop from your present supervisor.
  • Get involved on campus and join organizations related to the major.