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A program map is a suggested sequence of courses to help you complete a degree or certificate for a particular program. Program maps include:

  • A recommendation of semester-to-semester courses to take, pre- and co-requisites, semester(s) the courses are offered, and the format they are taught (online, hybrid, and so on)
  • Information to help you complete your program in a timely manner, saving you time and money by avoiding unnecessary units and courses
  • General career and employment information in the selected program

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources

Arts, Media and Entertainment

Automotive, Construction and Design Technology

Business and Computer Science

English and Language Studies

Health and Human Services

Science, Math and Engineering

Social and Behavioral Sciences

Goals of Program Maps

The goals of the program maps are:

  • To inform you of the course-taking sequence and requirements for your selected program of study.
  • To provide you with a view of the program as a whole.
  • To allow you to make informed decisions and appropriate plans toward timely completion.
  • To save you time and money by minimizing enrollment of unintentional excess units/courses to completion.