(See Degree Program and Certificate Program)
a prescribed set of courses that must be taken to fulfill degree or certificate requirements for it to be granted by a college or university (See example).
A program of study is a list of the curriculum requirements (courses) for a particular degree program. It will list all courses required and which courses the student has previously take will apply to the curriculum requirements and in what section. The program of study is developed by the academic advisor through a review of the student's transcripts.
A list of courses prescribed to earn a credential
a listing of course work agreed to by the student and the degree program specifying course degree requirements
an accurate list of courses you have taken or plan to take that satisfy the degree requirements specified here
an agreement bewteen the student and the university
an agreement concerning course work between the student and the degree program specifying all degree requirements
an agreement signed by the student and his/her advisor, the Director of the College, and the Dean of the Graduate School listing all courses which must be completed to earn the degree
an individualized curriculum designed within the parameters of your degree requirements
Your program of study is the combination of units or research work required to enable you to qualify for the degree for which you are enrolled.
A group of courses leading to a particular degree or certificate.
Your major or the degree you wish to earn.
Declared major or program that a student is pursuing. This can be an Associateâ€™s Degree, Certificate program or transfer program.