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Catalog 2013-2014 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Programs of Study


Programs of Study: Listings

Location Sites

The programs of study that follow are offered at one or more location abbreviated below:

LAPL La Plata Campus,
La Plata, Maryland
LEON Leonardtown Campus,
Leonardtown, Maryland
PRIN Prince Frederick Campus,
Prince Frederick, Maryland
WALD Waldorf Center for Higher Education,
Waldorf, Maryland

Programs of Study Options

Program options are listed under Programs of Study in this catalog and are indicated by a double asterisk (**).

Prerequisites

Courses requiring a prerequisite are indicated by an asterisk (*).

Programs Pending Approval

Programs pending approval by the Maryland Higher Education Commission are indicated by a double check mark ( ✓✓).

Development of New Programs

Additional programs may have been developed since the printing of this catalog. Students may call the college at 301-934-7765 or access the college’s web site at www.csmd.edu/Academics for information on CSM programs that they do not see listed. Notes about reference s to General Education Courses For the following programs of study, some of the requirements refer the student to “See Gen Ed Listing.” Please refer to the Gener al Education section of this catalog for this information. Notes with three asterisks (***) have been referenced to indicate special criteria for  required General Education courses.

Sample Schedules for Courses

Most degree programs include a sample schedule for courses—a pattern of courses for completing this degree. Developmental and prerequisite course requirements, credit load and/or course availability may affect individual progress. Students should consult their online program  evaluation or an academic advisor for individual program planning. The sample schedules of courses provided assume that students have met all prerequisites for listed program course requirements. Students should consult the course descriptions in the catalog to assess prerequisite requirements.