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The biggest aspect of The Sims 2: University is the college system, which introduces classes, majors, and rewards.

Students have the choice of eleven different majors. These majors require the advancement of specific skills in order to get the highest possible grades.
The majors available are:

  • Mathematics
  • Philosophy
  • Physics
  • Political science
  • Psychology
  • Art
  • Biology
  • Drama
  • Economics
  • History
  • Literature.

Sims must complete four years of university to graduate. If a Sim fails a semester, they are placed on academic probation and must repeat the semester. During class hours, Sims simply walk off the housing lot and return when the class is over, but no actual education or skill enhancement takes place. Education is conducted mainly through independent study, completing assignments, researching, writing a paper, or socializing with teachers.

Good grades are rewarded by college through grants or a spot on the Dean's List. In addition, Sims are also enhanced upon completion of a school year, being rewarded with additional Want slots and the opportunity to change Aspiration. A Sim can also graduate with Honours, which accelerates his or her career in Adulthood.