The Salisbury University Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog is published annually and details the University’s academic programs, courses and the policies that govern them. To access the catalog, visit Salisbury University - Acalog.
A complete list of requirements for each program of study can be found online in the Undergraduate & Graduate Catalog. The catalog itself is dynamic, allowing you to click on courses to gain more detail. In addition, there is an option to either print or save a PDF version of the checklist (Print Degree Planner icon on top right of the page).
It is important for students to be aware of their degree requirements. The Academic Requirement Report (also called AR report or audit) is an electronic version of the Academic Checklist. It is available to students through their GullNet account by clicking on the Academic Record tile and then My Academic Requirements. Students are encouraged to check it before their advising appointments and after they register for classes, to ensure they are on track for graduation.
Undergraduate program changes are requested by the student in GullNet by clicking on the Academic Records tile and then selecting Academic Records Requests and Create a New Request. Because requests require approval, please allow at least 7 business days for processing. Additional time may be required during peak periods.
When changing an undergraduate major, minor, graduate program, or a track/concentration the catalog year will automatically move forward to the current academic year. As such, the student will be required to complete all general education, major, and minor requirements as outlined in that year’s catalog.
If the student prefers to follow the curriculum required in their previous year’s catalog, they should first change their major. Once the change to major has been processed and is reflected in GullNet, the student should log back in and change the catalog year to a previous year in which they were enrolled.
Graduate program changes are submitted by the student by completing the Request to Transfer to Another Program form. After it has been signed by all approvers, the Dean of Graduate Studies will forward it to the Registrar’s Office for processing. Because requests require multi-level approval, please allow time for processing.
Curriculum guides are unofficial tools for planning available via the Academic Catalog. They outline a suggested course of study and provide a sample sequence of courses students may take to obtain their undergraduate degree in four years (or the number of years required in some dual-degree programs).
General Education requirements are required of all undergraduate students and additional stipulations may be added by their specific major. They are catalog-year specific. Consult your Academic Advisor or Faculty Mentor, Academic Requirements Report, and your program year Academic Catalog for detailed information.
English 103 ("C" or better) OR Honors 111 (if in Honors Program)
Literature (in either English or Modern Languages)
GROUP II: History - 2 COURSES
History 101, 102 or 103
History 101, 102, 103 or a History course above 103
GROUP III: Humanities and Social Sciences – 3 COURSES FROM 3 DIFFERENT AREAS
GROUP IV: Natural Science, Math, and Computer Science – 4 COURSES
Select courses with laboratories from at least two of the following four areas (at least six credit hours total): Biology, Chemistry, Geology or Physical Geography, Physics
Select one additional course (need not include a lab) from Group IVA or Computer Science or Mathematics (totaling at least 3 credit hours): Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Health Science, Geology or Physical Geography, Physics, Computer Science, Mathematics, HONR 212 (If in Honors Program)
Select one math course for a total of three credit hours