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DRAFT - Guided Program Schedules for Review and Comment.

Below are links to the DRAFT guided program schedules that have been developed by faculty and staff in proposal form for your review and comment. These structured schedules are designed to present completion pathways for students to help reduce their time to completion of the Associate in Arts (AA) degree. Recent data has shown that it takes an average of 4.8 years for a student to complete the AA degree (Spring 2015 Class). Finishing the AA degree in an efficient and timely manner also helps students complete their baccalaureate degree in less time and in fewer credit hours. We also want students to minimize taking courses that do not count towards their degree, and also to reduce the withdrawal rate from classes.

We have additional GPS sheets in process such as Accounting, Education (elementary), English, and Psychology. If you would like to recommend additional sheets to develop, please use the survey link below.

Our plan is to first review these with the college community for input and revision. Once the finalized versions are produced, meetings will be held with advising staff on the use of the GPS. A marketing campaign to students will then begin. If you have any ideas on how this information can be best relayed to students, please use this survey link to produce feedback:  CLICK HERE FOR SURVEY.

 

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Associate in Arts Degree to selected programs at State Universities - please click on the link to display the document

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