Four Year Plans
All students in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources must develop a graduation plan (also called a "4-year plan") to map out all courses needed to graduate within an intended major and any minors, second majors, or special programs the student wishes to complete. In the drop down menus below, there is a curriculum workbook for each major containing three sheets:
a summary curriculum worksheet -an overview of both general education requirements and major-required courses
a listing of the major-required courses by course number and name
a sample graduation plan for that major (an example of a plan that would meet all general education and major requirements)
The information in the curriculum workbooks is provided as advising tool to help students in planning their education and monitoring their progress to a degree. Factors such as the semester in which a student enters a particular major, changes in course sequence or offering times, availability of courses, satisfactory progress, and the like might necessitate changes to a student's plan. No guarantee is offered or implied by the creation and use of a four-year plan.
Students, if you have questions about the developing your plan or using the materials provided here, please talk to your academic advisor or your department's undergraduate program coordinator.