The Graduation Success Initiative (GSI) is an extensive, university-wide set of innovations dedicated to helping FIU's undergraduate students to succeed academically. GSI includes a suite of technological tools which help students and advisors stay connected and know where the students are going, how to get there, and whether or not the students are on the right track.
Log into my.fiu.edu with your Panther ID and My Accounts Password, then go to your Student Center and click the "MyMajorMatch" link under the "Admissions" section for new applicants or under the "Academics" section for current, degree seeking undergraduate students.
MyMajorMatch is only available to applicants and current degree-seeking undergraduate students. If you are a degree-seeking undergraduate student and do not have access please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Major Maps are programs of study designed to help you graduate in a timely manner. Major Maps are divided by semester and contain courses required, notes, and critical markers.
Although the Major Maps were designed specifically using Fall 2012 catalog requirements, they are helpful to many admittance years with some tailoring to your specific catalog requirements. Please consult your advisor on your specific curriculum in relation to the Major Maps.
Although there is not a Major Map designed for part-time students, the existing major maps are helpful guides to graduate in a timely matter. You and your advisor can work together to organize a major map tailored specifically to you.
The 4-year Freshman Major Map is for students entering FIU as a freshman or has less than 30 credit hours. The 2-year Transfer Major Map is for students who transferred to FIU with more than 60 credit hours.
Major Maps are available for students admitted in summer 2012 onward.
No. If you are a part-time student your academic advisor will provide you with a Major Map tailored for part-time students.
PDA stands for Panther Degree Audit. It is an automated degree audit that monitors your progress, keeping track of what requirements you have fulfilled, and what requirements you still have to complete.