Advising for Undergraduates

Academic Advising

The Office of Academic Advising provides individualized academic advisement to all students in the college. Students must meet with an academic advisor to prepare a program of study, which will provide a well-defined set of program requirements. This will enable students to progress in an efficient manner toward the completion of a degree. During the initial advising conference, the advisor will help the student:

  1. select the major which will lead to the student achieving career goals;
  2. evaluate the student's lower-division course work to determine whether prerequisites for the major have been met;
  3. outline the student's tentative program of study (POS) which includes the core and major requirements; and
  4. provide the student with a written copy of the tentative POS and other pertinent information related to the student's major.

The tentative program will be finalized once the student is fully admitted into the college.


My Osprey Maps


My Osprey Maps are course sequence guides that provide term-by-term sample schedules for undergraduate academic programs at the University of North Florida.  These maps are designed to guide you in the selection of courses for each term.


Childhood Education

My Osprey Map (Course Sequence Guide)



Highly Recommended Courses for Elementary Education Majors: (Not all courses are required-refer to advising)


  • AMH 2020 (American History) 
  • WOH 1012 (World History1)
  • WOH 1022 (World History 2)
  • BSC 1005C (Principles of Biology)
  • CHM 1025-1025L (Intro to Chemistry with Lab)
  • ESC 2000 (Earth Science)
  • MGF 1113 (Math for Teachers)


Exceptional Student & Deaf Education

My Osprey Map (Course Sequence Guide)


Foundations & Secondary Education

My Osprey Map (Course Sequence Guide)


Leadership, School Counseling, and Sport Management

My Osprey Map (Course Sequence Guide)