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The process for aligning students with academic advisors varies from department to department. Following is how it works:
Departments that assign advisors
M.S. students are assigned an academic advisor upon admission to the Program. The advisor's name and contact information will be included in a student's admission offer letter.
Departments that let you choose your advisor
M.S. students may choose any faculty advisor they wish, based upon area of interest.
All students may change advisors at any time by following this procedure:
Advisors for Open University and Certificate Students
The chair of the academic department will serve as your advisor.
NOTE: Open University students who are considering enrolling in the M.S. program should be aware that each M.S. specialization has its own set of requirements, and that the number of “free electives” is very limited. Such students are therefore strongly encouraged to choose their classes in consultation with a faculty advisor from the very beginning.