Creating a Degree Plan

Creating a degree plan is helpful in gaining a better understanding of your graduation requirements. It will allow you to approach each registration season with a specific list of courses you will need to take. Follow the steps below to compile your degree planning resources and get started on a degree plan of your own!

  • 1 - Download a Degree Planning Worksheet
  • 2 - Find Your Degree Guide

    Your Degree Guide is a personal statement that shows your requirements and progress to degree completion.  It includes three main sections: (1) your General Education requirements, (2) your major, concentration, and minor requirements, and (3) your unit and GPA requirements. 

    To find your Degree Guide click here, then click "View All Details" and then "Printable Degree Guide (PDF File)". (You must be logged in to InsideCBU).  The GIF below shows navigation to your degree guide.

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    Step-by-Step Instructions on Accessing and Reading your Degree Guide

     

    It's important that you refer not only to your Degree Guide in registering and planning, but that you also access your Major Planning Guide.  Your Major Planning Guide includes helpful information on which GE's might be met in your major, course offerings, requisites, recommended sequence, and unit requirements.  Please expand the next section to learn about your Major Planning Guide.

  • 3 - Find Your Major Planning Guide

    In addition to your Degree Guide, your Major Planning Guide is helpful in that it provides a summary of your major and GE requirements, and a sample degree plan you might consider following.  Please see your academic advisor and refer to the University Catalog as offerings are occasionally subject to change.

    Click here to access your major planning guide.

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  • 4 - Submit Your Plan

    Using your degree guide and major planning guide, you can now create your degree plan!

    For additional assistance, contact your Academic Advisor during their office hours or schedule an appointment.

    If you do not know who your Academic Advisor is, use the Find My Advisor tool.

    Once your degree plan is complete, send it to your Academic Advisor for review.

    Be sure to keep a copy of your degree plan in your records. Your Academic Advisor will save one as well.

 

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