An Academic Plan is an area of study (such as a major, minor, or certificate) that is within an academic program and a student's overall academic career and is offered by an academic plan owner, which is usually the college that owns the Academic Plan.
|Where Term Appears|
|Office of the Registrar|
|Source System:||CMS - SA|
|Source Table Name:||PS_ACAD_PLAN_TBL|
|Source Field Name:||DESCR|
|Logical Transformation / Calculation|
|OBIEE Folder and Column|
|Folder Heading:||"Academic Plan"|
|Column Heading:||"Source Academic Plan"|
Academic Plan example values include:
- Majors: "Psychology" or "Biology"
- Minors: "Psychology Minor" or "Biology Minor"
- Certificate: "Science Illustration"
"An academic plan is an area of study—such as a major, minor, or specialization—that is within an academic program or within an academic career. A student can earn only one degree for a single academic plan. If the institution offers dual degrees, you must establish separate academic plans for each degree or you must create a combined degree, such as B.A./B.S. You can set up academic plans to award degrees, indicate completion of the academic program, or award intermediate certificates or degrees."