Undergraduate Professional School Advisors
Carolina undergraduates may apply to the following professional schools:
- School of Education
- Eshelman School of Pharmacy
- Gillings School of Public Heath
- Kenan-Flagler Business School
- School of Information and Library Science
- School of Journalism and Mass Communication
- School of Nursing
- School of Medicine (Clinical Laboratory Science and Radiologic Science).
Once admitted to one of Carolina’s professional schools (which often happens in the fall semester of junior year), juniors and seniors will be assigned an advisor in their professional school. The professional school advisor will review major requirements, discuss course options, inform students of special opportunities in their program, and clear them for graduation. After admission, students will need to see their professional school representatives for all advising needs, including dropping and adding courses, changing or adding a major and/or minor, and other administrative matters.
If a professional school student is approved for a second major or minor in the College of Arts and Sciences, the student receives academic advising for their second major or minor by the Academic Advising Program, and the professional school clears the student for graduation.