Degree Map

Degree Maps provide students a proposed schedule of the classes required to attain their degree.  The Degree Maps plugin allows each department the ability to display this information on their websites is a consistent and maintainable way. Please see the Degree Maps Technical Guide for a more detailed implementation information.

Example

Freshman

Autumn

This table gives the recommended course load for Autumn semester, Freshman year.
CourseCredits
WRIT 101 College Writing I *3
M 115 Probability and Linear Mathematics3
ANTY Elective3
General Education6
Total Credits15

Spring

This table gives the recommended course load for Spring semester, Freshman year.
CourseCredits
ANTY 250S Introduction to Archaeology3
General Education9
Elective3
Total Credits15

*Students with last names starting A–L have priority for the course in the fall and those students with last names starting M–Z have priority in the spring. UM strictly enforces this policy in the fall semester.

Sophomore

Autumn

This table gives the recommended course load for Autumn semester, Sophomore year.
CourseCredits
ANTY 210N Introduction to Physical Anthropology3
ANTY 220S Culture and Society3
ANTY Elective3
General Education6
Total Credits15

Spring

This table gives the recommended course load for Spring semester, Sophomore year.
CourseCredits
LING 270S Introduction to Linguistics3
ANTY Elective3
General Education9
Total Credits15

Junior

Autumn

This table gives the recommended course load for Autumn semester, Junior year.
CourseCredits
ANTY Subarea I, theory, course3
Upper-division ANTY courses, subareas III, IV, or V6
Electives6
Total Credits15

Spring

This table gives the recommended course load for Spring semester, Junior year.
CourseCredits
Statistics course3
Upper-division Electives12
Total Credits15

Senior

Autumn

This table gives the recommended course load for Autumn semester, Senior year.
CourseCredits
ANTY Subarea II, methods, course3
Upper-division Electives12
Total Credits15

Spring

This table gives the recommended course load for Spring semester, Senior year.
CourseCredits
Electives15
Total Credits15