These PDF degree maps provide a semester by semester roadmap of when to take each course required to complete graduation requirements listed in the Adams State University Academic Catalog. They show the recommended semester in which to enroll in courses for your specific degree requirements, general education requirements, and even how you should distribute elective credits and upper division credits.

Always review the Adams State academic catalog corresponding to the academic year/semester in which you were admitted or readmitted for policies and procedures regarding your degree requirements.

Note that occasionally degree requirements change or a program may not be able to offer the course in the semester indicated, or at all. In such instances it is important to talk with an academic advisor about substitutions that will help you stay on track with your degree.

Art Program

Biology Program

Business Administration Program

Chemistry Program

Communication & Media Studies

Computer Science Program

Educator Preparation Program

Elementary Education

Secondary Education

K-12 Education

English Program

History | Anthropology | Political Science (HAPS)

Interdisciplinary Studies

Agriculture

Food Studies

Kinesiology Program

Mathematical Sciences Program

Mechanical Engineering Program

Music Program

Nursing Program

Outdoor Education and Stewardship Program

Psychology Program

Social Sciences Program

Sociology Program

Spanish Program

Theatre Program