What name do you think would work best for prospective students?
Here are the titles I've found recently, most of them within my own division:
Program of Study
Schedule of Courses
Typical Plan of Courses
Curriculum Check Sheet
Sample Program of Study
Catalog Degree Program
Common Degree Plan
Sample course sequence
eight semester plan
Sample plans of study
four-year sample plan.
Sample Eight-Semester Program and Graduation Checklist
Ours at East Central University this was called a "4-year Degree Plan". We had a separate document that was the official "Degree Check Sheet" used by the registrar. These degree plans were supplied by each department chair. The degree plan takes into account those courses that may not be offered every semester as well as plans the courses with regard to pre-req's.
Will do — when we have summer camps I'll be running a number of things by high school students. I did this last year and was surprised at the number of h.s. students who didn't know the words "undergraduate" and "graduate"; though come to think of it, I'm not sure I did either at 17.
we call them curriculum schedules but our students don't have options for classes since it is medical school and everything is required. when i was in school, drake called them a degree plan. i like that title.
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