Degree information and suggested academic plan
To learn about degree program options, program requirements, learning outcomes, career paths, and suggested academic plan (SAP) for Letters, Arts, and Sciences, visit the Undergraduate Bulletin:
GUIDELINES FOR WRITING THE LASCC PROPOSAL
The LASCC proposal, as approved by the Campus LASCC Program Head, is the document that details a student's plan for completing the degree. Because the proposal guides course selection, students are expected to complete their proposals at the beginning of their major coursework, generally between 60 and 80 credits. If a student has not completed a proposal by the time he or she has accumulated 80 credits, a hold may be placed on the student's record, preventing him or her from registering for courses. Although students have a deadline by which proposals must be submitted and approved, students may be able to amend their proposals after initial approval has been obtained.