All of the academic requirements necessary to complete a program of study leading to a degree in a particular major.
A planned and approved program of study leading to a bachelor's degree.
a course of study leading to an academic degree
a daunting prospect for many working adults who don't want to put their career or their personal life on hold while they go back to school
a program for which a degree is awarded
a program of study in a discipline specialty that leads to a degree in that distinct specialty area at a particular level of instruction
Courses necessary for completion of a degree in a specific field. Some courses may count as credits toward your graduation requirements but not toward your major field. Your academic advisor can offer information and guidance.
A prescribed course of study which leads to a degree.
An academic plan of study consisting of no less than 124 hours of credit in which a student pursues at least one major.
At York County Community College, an associate in arts or associate in science program of study requiring 60 credits or more for completion.
Courses required for completion of a particular degree.
A planned series of courses aimed at an academic or career goal. Upon completion, an A.A., A.S., A.A.S., or A.A.T. degree may be earned.
an organized sequence of classes that leads to the awarding of a college degree at the undergraduate or graduate level
A grouping of campus-approved courses and requirements (i.e., minimum gpa, comprehensive examinations, English and mathematics proficiency, etc.) that, when satisfactorily completed, will entitle the student to a degree from a public institution of higher education.
The program established with advisor approval leading to the bachelor's degree goal selected by the student.
A complete course of study inclusive of all University, college, and departmental requirements.
The comprehensive plan for a student's Empire State College degree. The degree program is prepared with faculty advice and utilizes a special transcript/degree program format. On the degree program, students list all the components that make up their degree, including previously obtained components of transcripted or evaluated learning as well as work to be completed at Empire State College.
All the courses a learner must complete to earn a college or university degree.