Guide to Typical Programs & Checksheets
2023 GTPs and Checksheets
2022 GTPs and Checksheets
2021 GTPs and Checksheets
2020 GTPs and Checksheets
2019 GTPs and Checksheets
2018 GTPs and Checksheets
2017 GTPs and Checksheets
2016 GTPs and Checksheets
This page will lead you to the Huntington University Guide to Typical Programs and Checksheets, a listing of typical degree programs currently offered by the University and a listing of necessary degree requirements for each major.
Presentation of these typical programs in a uniform format is designed to enable the academic advisor and the student to quickly, clearly, and accurately visualize the shape of a particular major [or majors] and to plan courses of study accordingly. It is intended to help students and advisors in developing schedules, reviewing options, and being aware of program constraints and opportunities. Each degree program at the University is illustrated; of course, not all possible variations can be shown. See Explanatory Notes.
You can download individual programs. Each major has it's own section but may have several different options within it.
Students who are undecided regarding a particular plan of study can use the GTP either to explore various programs or to pursue a course of study that will keep several options open. Students wishing to expand the scope of their studies [e.g. double majors] can readily determine from the GTP the feasibility of such plans.
Finally, it is envisioned that the GTP will prove useful to prospective students and Admissions counselors, both in sketching typical curricula offered at Huntington University and in depicting the range of programs and options available.
The GTP is useful in the understanding and interpretation of the formal requirements outlined in the Catalog of the University. It provides an easy way to "see" what a typical course of study involves. The Catalog remains the official statement of academic information, requirements, courses, and course descriptions.
Please keep in mind that the programs outlined in the GTP are not intended to prescribe an exact schedule of study for each area, but rather to illustrate what a typical program looks like for each major. It would be surprising if any student's actual course of study turned out to be identical with any GTP shown below.
This edition of the Guide to Typical Programs is presented with the anticipation that it will continue to be a useful tool for all those wishing to understand the curriculum of Huntington University.