Program Requirements/Curriculm Charts

Select from the Curriculum Charts below based on your Catalog Year

Program Requirements/Undergraduate Curriculum Charts

Program Requirements/Graduate Curriculum Charts

Program Requirements/Curriculum Charts for Art Education

What is a Catalog Year?

The catalog year is given to a student when a student enters or matriculates into a degree program. The catalog year defines the program requirements to obtain a bachelor of fine arts degree from CCS. Students are also obligated to follow the policies and procedures in the catalog year when they have matriculated.

Course EvaluationThe catalog year is located on the upper left hand side of the academic evaluation (also known as degree audit). On the academic evaluation students will see the word Catalog: with a year following. This is the academic program of study for a students tenure at CCS and the catalog year coincides with the appropriate curriculum chart. If students are still unsure of their catalog year, they may contact your academic advisor.

If a student changes to a new major the catalog year is updated to the current catalog year or curriculum. Students may also update the catalog year if they opt to follow requirements to an updated academic program in their department. Students may update your catalog year by using the Department Transfer Form available in the Academic Advising and Registration Office. Catalog years are not retroactive. This means that a student on a current catalog year would not be allowed to follow a past catalog year.

If a student leaves the college for more than two years (four semesters) they are required to reapply to the College for Creative Studies. Their catalog year would change upon readmission to the new date of entry and they would be obligated to complete the requirements of the most recent Catalog.