No sophomore slump

  • You've completed skills of general education (writing, math and communication), now you're getting involved in a four year values-based GE program. Every course has been reviewed to assure that you are engaged in active learning.
  • You're asked to demonstrate your mastery of certain value standards in the arts, letters, sciences, individual behavior, social issues, history, etc. As sophomores, you will begin to take courses in the major where you first meet key faculty with whom you will be working for the next several years.
  • If you haven't already done so, start exploring the Career Center. Need a part-time job? Want to see if you will qualify for an internship or co-op? This is the place to start.
  • Start planning if you want to study overseas. SJSU sponsors many opportunities for students to study in another country. What better way to increase your global understanding?