GPS now available for School of Health Professions

Your path to graduation can become very overwhelming. Making decisions about your plan can feel like mapping out your entire career trajectory, but you're not - you are simply mapping out your undergraduate education. Still sound overwhelming? We think UAB's new Graduation Planning System can help...a lot.

GPS is a tool that UAB has released to the School of Engineering and now the School of Health Professions.  The software allows students and advisors to track progress toward graduation by clearly listing completed and incomplete requirements through an easy-to-understand color code. Later this year students and advisors will be able to compose electronic four-year degree plans.  Other features include a GPA calculator and the "What If" tool, which let's you test out different majors and minors.  You might wonder if there's a shorter path to graduation or if you could pick up an additional major without too much delay - "What If" will give you the answers you need to make a smart decision.

School of Health Professions and School of Engineering students now have access to GPS and can start exploring by following the instructions here.
We'll update you as GPS is released to other schools.

For more information, visit uab.edu/gps.