Major Advisors and Minor Advisors are all faculty advisors who represent their respective academic departments or disciplines and are intimately familiar with specific major or minor requirements. They have the most current knowledge of discipline-specific things like...
We strongly recommend that students communicate frequently with major and minor advisors, even prior to declaring a major or minor, so they can make informed decisions. After declaring a major or minor, students should meet with their major and minor advisors each semester.
Transfer Credit Advisors have a more specific role in determining Rice equivalent credit for courses taken elsewhere, and they often ask for course descriptions, syllabi, and other materials to make such determinations.
You will go to the transfer credit advisor for the department that houses the class you would like equivalent credit for. As an example, if you are a chemistry major trying to get equivalent credit for MATH 102, you would go to the mathematics transfer credit advisor, not the chemistry transfer credit advisor.