Recommended Course Sequence Degree Plans
In accordance with SB 25 from the 87th Texas Legislative session, public institutions are required to post degree plans with a recommended course sequence for completion of major and certificate degree programs. The recommended course sequence represents the courses and the order that certain courses should be taken to promote student success and degree completion. It is important to refer to UHV's Catalog for information related to all of the degree requirements for a particular program.
These plans do not constitute an official degree plan, but rather serve as a tool for proactive discussion as students plan for registration and timely degree completion with an academic advisor. Students should always confirm their course selections with an academic advisor to avoid taking unnecessary or repeated courses. Please note that some degrees and colleges have specific GPA and other requirements. Courses with asterisks (*) indicate Common Core courses.
As part of our commitment to SB 25 on course sequencing, we provide a recommended course sequence for each of our undergraduate degree programs. These sequences provide guidance on which courses to take each semester to move toward degree completion.
We encourage all students to confirm official degree requirements for their selected program through the catalog itself and to consult with an advisor to select courses.
UHV Undergraduate Degree Course Sequences
Course Sequences: Large Groups
UHV offers students the ability to choose courses to fulfil degree requirements, course groups specify which courses a student can choose from to fulfil specific degree requirements.
Large groups - These groups contain possible course choices depending on a specific selection in a course sequence.