EFBC(LEGAL) - DEGREES AND CERTIFICATES: DEGREE PLANS

Degree Plan

Filing Requirements

Students Enrolled in a Degree Program

Exception

Multidisciplinary Studies Associate Degree Program

  1. Accounts for all remaining credit hours required for the completion of the degree program; and
  2. Emphasizes the student's transition to a particular four-year college or university that the student chooses; and
  3. Preparations for the student's intended field of study or major at the four-year college or university.

Dual Credit Students

  1. The end of the second regular semester or term immediately following the semester or term in which the student earned a cumulative total of 15 or more semester credit hours of course credit for dual credit courses successfully completed by the student at that institution; or
  2. If the student begins the student's first semester or term at the institution with 15 or more semester credit hours of course credit for dual credit courses successfully completed by the student, the end of the student's second regular semester or term at the institution.

Education Code 51.9685(c-2); 19 TAC 4.344

Student Responsibility

  1. File a degree plan with the institution as specified in 19 Administrative Code Chapter 4, Subchapter T;
  2. Notify appropriate offices at the institution of higher education of changes in their choice of degree programs; and
  3. Enroll in courses consistent with the filed degree plan.
  1. The student has filed a degree plan with the institution; and
  2. The courses for which the student is registering are consistent with that degree plan.

Notice

Generally

Upon Failure to File

Texas Southmost College

EFBC(LEGAL)-LJC

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DATE ISSUED: 5/22/2020