Program plans assist in tracking academic progress for degrees and concentrations, minors, and certificate and certification programs. Pair this planning tool along with helpful advice from your mentor ... and you’ve discovered a game-changing recipe for academic success.
Accessing Program Plans
- You’ll find program plans in the course catalog for each major’s concentration, minors and other programs.
- Search course catalog or select “Programs of Study” from right column options.
- Select major, concentration or minor under affiliated academic school (links also offered, below).
- Locate and select document icon to view and print program plans.
- Additional options are available to identify favorites for your portfolio, share programs of study to Facebook and Twitter, print program details and get help using the catalog.
Note: Past program plans are available from archived catalogs.
School of Business
Business Administration (BBA)
- International business
- Management information systems
- Supply chain management
School of Education
School of Health Sciences
School of Liberal Arts
Cinema and Media Arts Production (BA)
Criminal Justice / Criminology (BS)
- Interdisciplinary studies
- Language and literature
- Teacher certification: English
- Writing and rhetoric
- Interdisciplinary / thematic
- Teacher certification: history
- U.S. history
- Western civilization
- World history
Human Development and Aging Services (BS)
Political Science (BA)
- American government
- Comparative politics
- General political science
- International relations
- Legal studies
- Public Administration
- Teacher certification: political science
- African-American studies
- Criminal justice / criminology
- Political science
- Professional studies minor
- Religious studies
School of Science and Technology
Environmental Science (BS)
Exercise Science (BS)
Information Technology (BS)
- Data Science and Analytics
- Digital media
- Enterprise systems
- Software development
- Systems and security
Academic Interest Advisement Sheets
The following academic interest sheets are available for advising in areas beyond your major or minor:
- Pre-anesthesiologist assistant (PDF)
- Pre-dental hygiene (PDF)
- Pre-dentistry (PDF)
- Pre-medical technology (PDF)
- Pre-medicine (PDF)
- Pre-optometry (PDF)
- Pre-pharmacy (PDF)
- Pre-physical therapy (PDF)
- Pre-physician's assistant (PDF)
- Pre-radiologic sciences (PDF)
- Pre-respiratory therapy (PDF)
- Pre-veterinary medicine (PDF)
Certificates and Certifications
An academic minor allows students to expand and broaden their educational experience by exploring a particular subject or subjects in sufficient depth to gain competency. By completing a minor, a student can become familiar with an additional area of study which will supplement the expertise gained in the major. To declare a minor, students must be advised by their assigned faculty mentor and complete the application for minor form (PDF).
Military Science Leadership/ROTC
GGC now offers students pursuing degrees in any area the opportunity to also gain valuable leadership skills through the Military Science Leadership/ ROTC program.
Students may enroll in a program leading to a double major. A student may complete a double major by completing one type of baccalaureate degree (e.g., a Bachelor of Science) and electing to concurrently pursue two majors of that type of degree. A student must complete a double major simultaneously. In order to complete a double major students must satisfy all requirements for both majors, including general education requirements across schools if applicable. Courses common to both majors may be counted toward the requirements of each major. Courses that are required or are electives in one major may be used to fulfill electives in the other major, however, the double major must contain coursework of a minimum of 150 credit hours. Student completing a double major will receive one diploma with both major fields of study noted on the transcript. To declare a double major, students must be advised by faculty in both academic disciplines and complete the Application for Double Major form (PDF).
Students may enroll in a program leading to a double degree. A student may complete a double degree by completing two types of baccalaureate degrees (e.g., a Bachelor of Science and a Bachelor of Business Administration). A student must complete a double degree simultaneously. In order to complete a double degree students must satisfy all requirements for both majors, including general education requirements across schools if applicable. Courses common to both majors may be counted toward the requirements of each major. Courses that are required or are electives in one major may be used to fulfill electives in the other major, however, the double degree must contain coursework of a minimum of 150 credit hours. Students completing double degrees will receive two diplomas. Both degrees will be noted on the transcript. To declare a double degree, students must be advised by faculty in both academic disciplines and complete the Application for Double Degree form (PDF).
Students may choose to complete multiple concentrations within the same academic degree program. In order to complete multiple concentrations, students must satisfy all required courses for each concentration, including specified general education requirements across schools, if applicable. In addition to the completion of these required courses, students must earn the total number of credits required in the first concentration and they also must take a minimum of 15 additional hours for each concentration, or the stipulated amount of hours for the concentration in that discipline, as is applicable. Multiple concentrations will be noted on the transcript.
To declare multiple concentrations, students must complete the Application for Multiple Concentrations form (PDF). After declaring multiple concentrations, students must be advised by the appropriate faculty in each of the academic specialty areas, if applicable.
If a student would like to take 15-18 hours in a discipline or major outside of his/her academic degree program, the student should pursue the appropriate academic minor.