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Sample Grad Plans

* All UCM students must develop a graduation plan on MyDegreePath (MDP) in their third or fourth semester as part of Jump Start Your Third Year. *

 

Having a grad plan in MDP will help you take the courses you need to graduate on time.

If you do not develop a grad plan in MDP by your third or fourth semester, a hold will be placed on your record to prevent future registration.

Many majors have sequential courses that must be completed in order.

Some majors have required courses that are only offered once a year.

The great news:  you can begin to develop a draft graduation plan as soon as MDP has been updated for your Catalog year (the year you entered UCM).

Your draft grad plan doesn't need to be perfect--and you can make updates to it at any time.

For a quick video on how to create a grad plan on MDP, see this link.

Talk with your BAC academic advisor if you have questions about using MDP or developing a draft grad plan for your intended major.

 

FALL 2022 FIRST YEAR ADMITS: 

See the 2022-23 Catalog for a complete list of requirements in your intended major.

Click Academic Programs in the left column then select your intended major to see the requirements for Fall 2022 first years in that major.

 

 

SAMPLE 4-YEAR GRAD PLANS OR FLOW CHARTS BY MAJOR

SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING (SOE) MAJORS

NOTE:  SOE faculty did not include sample grad plans in the 2022-23 Catalog.

As of 9/23/22, grad plans for Fall 2022 first years in SOE majors are available on MyDegreePath.

As of 10/25/22, we expect that SOE faculty will release flow charts in each major for Fall 2022 SOE first years later in fall semester.

Until the new flow charts are released, Fall 2022 first years should use the MyDegreePath plan for their intended engineering major.

You could also review the flow charts from last year (for Fall 2021 SOE first years):

School of Engineering Catalog Year 2021-22

Click on major in left column under "Majors" to see flow chart by Catalog year.

Use the flow chart based on whether you started in MATH 5 (Pre-Calculus) or MATH 21 (Calculus I).

 

SCHOOL OF NATURAL SCIENCES (SNS) MAJORS

Starting in 2022-23, sample grad plans for all SNS majors are available in the Catalog.

  • Go to the Catalog home page.
  • Select Academic Programs in the left column.
  • Select your intended SNS major.
  • Click on the 4-year grad plan for that SNS major.
    • Example:  Biological Sciences, Human Biology Emphasis, B.S. Four-Year Course Plan

SNS faculty also share the courses they plan to offer each academic year and in the summer:

 

SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES, HUMANITIES AND ARTS (SSHA) MAJORS

Starting in 2022-23, sample grad plans for all SSHA majors are available in the Catalog.

  • Go to the Catalog home page.
  • Select Academic Programs in the left column.
  • Select your intended SSHA major.
  • Click on the 4-year grad plan for that SSHA major.
    • Example:  Psychology, B.A. Four-Year Course Plan