Four-Year Plans

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Four-year plans provide an overview of the required courses for each of our undergraduate programs. The courses are listed in the order that they should be completed.

Undergraduate Student Plans

Four-year plans can serve as a valuable guide for your academic career, but they should be used in conjunction with the Academic Progress Audit System. If you have questions, contact your academic advisor. To see your four-year plan select your major below, then the semester and year you began the program. This is important as degree requirements may differ according to admission year.

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Apparel Design

Apparel Design students who began the program in…

Architecture: Bachelor of Design in Architecture

Architecture BDA students who began the program in...
Note: Students may complete only one of the two degree options for Architecture.

Architecture: Bachelor of Science

Architecture BS students who began the program in...
Note: Students may complete only one of the two degree options for Architecture.

Graphic Design

Graphic Design students who began the program in…

Interior Design

Interior Design students who began the program in…

Landscape Architecture / Landscape Design & Planning

Bachelor of Landscape Architecture students who began the program in...

Landscape Design & Planning students who began the program in…

Product Design

Product Design students who began the program in…

Retail Merchandising

Retail Merchandising students who began the program in...

Request a Class Syllabus

Looking for a class syllabus? Please reach out to the following department administrators to request a copy of a syllabus for a previous or upcoming class.

  • Nicole Kennedy, kenne814@umn.edu | Architecture
  • Amanda Smootasmoot@umn.edu | Landscape Architecture, Product Design
  • Sue Finneganfinne006@umn.edu | Apparel Design, Graphic Design, Interior Design, and Retail Merchandising
  • Bonnie Jean MacKaywalke020@umn.edu | DES 1000 Design at MN, DES 3309 Design and Storytelling, DES 3311 Travels in Typography, DES 3321 Furn Design Exploration, DES 3322 Furn Design Practice, DES 3331 Streetlife, DES 3351 Everyday Design