Given the richness of choice available within the Humanities Major, careful advising is essential. Each student develops an individual program of study under the supervision of the Humanities Undergraduate Advisors. Frequent consultations with the Undergraduate Advisors are therefore strongly encouraged.
Prospective majors should meet with the Humanities Undergraduate Advisors to discuss the opportunities offered by the Humanities Major and the ways in which courses already taken might fit into the major.
Majors are encouraged to use the Humanities Major Coursework Planning Worksheet to help them keep track of requirements.
In addition to meeting with the program’s undergraduate advisors, students are encouraged to seek out Humanities faculty for advice and guidance on specific areas of interest they may have as well for advice concerning preparation for graduate study.
Rick Seydel, the official primary advisor for HUMN majors and minors, can be reached via email at Richard.Seydel@colorado.edu, 303-492-7076 VAC 305, UCB 318
but to make an appointment use the Advising Website
Mr. Seydel will be your go-to person for questions about graduating, Core requirements, degree audits, and so on.
Dr. Carnahan will still be available to advise you about the intricacies of our major and minor, moving ahead in the field, and professional development questions. See her if you have questions about which classes to take for the major or minor, what different courses and faculty are like, how to use study abroad classes for the major and minor, and so forth. Please email her for an appointment.