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Especially for Seniors
Junior and Senior students are either required or recommended to be advised according to specific majors and programs before registration for classes.
All candidates for degrees should file notice of intention to graduate in their respective dean's offices during the second semester of their junior year. Failure to do this may cause a delay in graduation because of unfulfilled requirements.
Implementing - 4th year (Senior)
Academic - Long-Term Decisions
Apply to graduate school or concentrate on which companies that interest you.
Research job market and salary projections for your career field.
Take entrance exams and send scores to programs that interest you.
Submit all application materials for graduate programs by deadline (December for most programs).
Complete a mock interview with career counselor.
Discuss offers and negotiation strategies with career counselor.
Consider life-long learning interests.
Identify resources other than the Career Services that will help you in your job search.
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