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  • 1. Academic Structure Cal Poly Pomona
  • 2. An Integrated System…
    • Academic Structure is key to all functionality in student system
    • Admissions, Financial Aid, Student Financials and Records depend upon and utilize many of the same tables
  • 3. Academic Structure is the basis for:
    • Course Catalog
    • Class Schedule
    • Grading
    • Awarding of Financial Aid
    • Admission status
    • Billing
    • Grading
    • Transcripts
    • ERSS and ERSA reporting
    • …… .
  • 4. Academic Structure Overview
    • Academic Institution identifies a particular institution. Because Cal Poly Pomona is one institution, we have only one Academic Institution code ( POCMP ).
    • Academic Career: grouping of all academic work undertaken by a student at an institution, which the institution groups into a single student record. (Undergraduate, Post-baccalaureate, Extended Education)
    • Academic Program: students apply for and are admitted to an academic program, usually with the goal completing the program, sometimes a degree.
  • 5. Academic Structure Overview (continued)
    • Academic Plan: is an area of study within an academic program. One plan equates to one major (or minor or credential or certificate). Students may have more than one academic plan. For example, a student may declare a minor or a double major or may be pursuing a teacher credential and a Master’s in Teacher Education at the same time.
    • Academic Sub-Plan: is an area of further specialization or concentration within an academic plan. At Cal Poly Pomona, these were previously called options. The academic sub-plan is always linked to a specific academic plan.
  • 6. Academic Career
    • Undergraduate (UGRD) includes all programs and students prior to the attainment of the first baccalaureate degree. Open University programs and students are also included within this career.
    • Post-baccalaureate (PBAC) is used after the first baccalaureate degree is obtained. It includes second baccalaureates, masters’ degrees, and teacher credentials, as well as Open University programs and students.
    • Extended Education (EXED) houses programs run by the College of Extended Education such as Contract Credit coursework.
  • 7. Academic Programs in the Undergraduate Career
    • Undergraduate Baccalaureate (UBAC)
    • Undergraduate Transitory (UTRAN)
    • Undergraduate Extension Degree (UEXTD)
    • Undergraduate Extension (UEXT)
  • 8. Academic Programs in the Post-baccalaureate Career
    • Second Baccalaureate (2BAC)
    • Masters (MSTR)
    • Credential (CRED)
    • Post-Baccalaureate Transitory (PTRAN)
    • Post-Baccalaureate No Degree (PNDG)
    • Graduate Extension Degree (GEXTD)
    • Graduate Extension (GEXT)
    • Cal State Teach (TEACH) (historical)
    • Doctorate (DOCT)
  • 9. Academic Programs in the Extended Education Career
    • Regular Extension/Contract Extension (EXED)
    • Continuing Education (CEU) (future)
  • 10. Academic Structure Map (refer to handout for Program Details)
  • 11. Academic Structure Matrix (refer to handout)
  • 12. Academic Plans
    • An academic plan describes an area of study within an academic program. Usually, one plan represents one major, but a plan may also represent an option, minor, credential, or certificate as well. Students may have multiple academic plans. For example, a student may declare a double major or a minor or may pursue a teaching credential and a Master’s degree at the same time.
  • 13. Academic Plans - continued
    • The first four characters in an academic plan are reserved for the major code (or equivalent). If a major code does not use all four characters, then an underscore (_) is used as a placeholder. For example:
    • AMM_ is the code for Apparel Merchandising & Management
    • ARCH is the code for Architecture
    • BHS_ is the code for Behavioral Science
    • UDCL is the code for Undeclared
    • OPEN is the code for Open University
  • 14. Academic Plans - continued
    • The next two characters (characters 5 and 6) are reserved for the objective:
    • BA is the code for Bachelor of Arts
    • BS is the code for Bachelor of Science
    • MA is the code for Master of Arts
    • MS is the code for Master of Science
    • CD is the code for Credential
    • CC is the code for Clear Credential
    • CA is the code for Advanced Credential
    • XX is the code for No Degree or Objective
    • OM is the code for Other Major (for double majors when there are two distinct plans, this objective indicates the secondary major)
    • OO is the code for Other Option (for students pursuing two options within the same major, this objective indicates the secondary major.)
    • NR is the code for Minor
  • 15. Academic Plans - continued
    • The seventh character is always an underscore, which separates the major and objective from the last part of the plan code. This makes the code easier to read.
    • AMM_BS _
  • 16. Academic Plans - continued
    • The eighth character of the plan code is an embedded version of the program code. This differentiates similar plans in various programs and allows you to identify at a glance the program to which the plan belongs.
    • Undergraduate Programs Codes:
    • B is the code for Undergraduate Baccalaureate
    • T is the code for Undergraduate Transitory
    • E is the code for Undergraduate Extension Degree
    • X is the code for Undergraduate Extension
  • 17. Academic Plans - continued
    • Post-baccalaureate Program Codes:
    • S is the code for Second Baccalaureate
    • M is the code for Masters
    • C is the code for Credential
    • P is the code for Post-Baccalaureate Transitory
    • N is the code for Post-Baccalaureate No Degree
    • F is the code for Graduate Extension Degree
    • G is the code for Graduate Extension
    • H is the code for Cal State Teach
    • D is the code for Doctorate
  • 18. Academic Plans - continued
    • Extended Education Program Codes:
    • Y is the code for Contract Credit
    • Z is the code for Continuing Education Units
  • 19. Academic Plans - continued
    • The last two characters (characters 9 and 10) are reserved for the sub-plan code, if one is required or to identify minors
    • If the 5 th and 6 th characters are BA, BS, OM or OO then data in characters 9 and 10 represent sub-plans. Not all plans have sub-plans, so very often these two characters are blank. Embedding the sub-plan code within the plan differentiates similar plans within a program. Sub-plans use alpha-characters in the 9 th and 10 th field.
    • If the 5 th and 6 th characters are NR, this denotes a minor plan. Minors for each department are differentiated with a numeric value in the 9 th and 10 th field of the code. The long description explains the numeric value.
  • 20. Academic Sub-Plans
    • An academic sub-plan represents an area of further specialization or concentration within an academic plan. At Cal Poly Pomona, these were previously called options . The academic sub-plan is always linked to a specific academic plan. See the previous section on Academic Plans for an explanation about how sub-plans are incorporated into plan codes.
    • Some example sub-plans are:
    • FR is the code for Fashion Retailing , an option within Apparel Merchandising & Management
    • GA is the code for General Anthropology , an option within Anthropology
    • CM is the code for Cultural Resource Management , an option within Anthropology
  • 21. Putting it all together…
    • AMM_BS_B (BS in Apparel Merchandising & Management for a first-time undergraduate)
    • AMM_BS_S (BS in Apparel Merchandising & Management for someone who has previously earned an undergraduate degree)
    • AMM_OM_B (BS in Apparel Merchandising & Management as the second major in a double major for a first-time undergraduate)
    • AMM_NR_B1 ( Minor in Apparel Merchandising & Management for someone for a first-time undergraduate.)
    • AMM_NR_S1 (Minor in Apparel Merchandising & Management for someone who is pursuing a second or third bachelor’s degree)
    • AMM_BS_BFR (BS in Apparel Merchandising & Management with the Fashion Retailing option for a first-time undergraduate)
    • AMM_BS_SFR (BS in Apparel Merchandising & Management with the Fashion Retailing option for someone who has previously earned an undergraduate degree and is pursuing a second bachelor’s degree)
    • AMM_XX_N (Apparel Merchandising & Management for someone who has been conditionally admitted into the master’s program)
  • 22. Academic Structure
    • Questions and Closing Remarks