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Major Curriculum Worksheets

Curriculum worksheets outline required courses and Tri-County Technical College (Tri-County) equivalents for the associated Clemson University (Clemson) academic program (major). Students are expected to be familiar with general education and academic program-specific requirements for their intended academic program as outlined in the Clemson Undergraduate Announcements. Additionally, students must satisfy any Tri-County prerequisites for the courses listed. Students must earn 30 transferable credits with a grade of "C" or better at Tri-County and a 2.5 GPA during their Bridge year to complete Bridge program requirements. These worksheets are supplemental planning aids and are for informational purposes only. Curriculum worksheets help students begin the process of learning their academic program curriculum requirements! As such, we highly recommend students begin consulting and planning their long-term curriculum plans with their intended program advisors at Clemson - each curriculum worksheet provides Clemson advising contact information.

If any of the academic program requirements listed on the worksheet are met through dual enrollment and/or AP/IB credit or students wish to enroll in other courses, consult the Clemson Undergraduate Announcements and the Student Advising and Academic Guide for additional coursework that fulfills major and Bridge academic requirements to ensure transferability. The Student Advising and Academic Guide is available under "Current Student Info" or "Incoming Student Info" for the respective cohort.   

Note that worksheets are provided for all Clemson academic programs (majors), including "closed" academic programs. Students who choose to follow the curriculum sequence for a closed major cannot be guaranteed the opportunity to successfully change into that major upon transfer to Clemson. The Clemson University closed majors for the 2021-2022 academic year are: Communication, Construction Science & Management, Health Science, Language and International Health, Nursing, and Sports Communication. The College of Education has the following competitive entry programs: Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, and Special Education. Supplemental guides for closed and competitive entry academic programs are posted at the bottom of this page. 

Please see the major curriculum worksheets for the 2021-2022 academic year below.
These worksheets are supplemental planning aids and are for informational purposes only.

Agribusiness

Agricultural Education - All Emphasis Areas

Agricultural Mechanization and Business

Agriculture, Forestry, and Life Sciences - Undeclared

Animal and Veterinary Science - Animal Agribusiness Concentration

Animal and Veterinary Science - Equine Business Concentration

Animal and Veterinary Science - Pre-veterinary and Science Concentration

Anthropology (BA)

Anthropology (BS)

Architecture (see the note below regarding "Departmental Restricted Majors/Programs") 

Art

Biochemistry

Biological Sciences (BA) and Biological Sciences (BA) - Pre-rehabilitation Emphasis Area

Biological Sciences (BS) - All Emphasis Areas

Chemistry (BA)

Chemistry (BS)

Communication (closed academic program - see note above concerning availability and additional materials below under "Closed Academic Major Guides")

Computer Information Systems

Computer Science (BA)

Computer Science (BS)

Construction Science and Management (closed academic program - see note above concerning availability and additional materials below under "Closed Academic Program Guides")

Criminal Justice (BA)

Criminal Justice (BS)

Early Childhood Education (competitive entry program see the note below regarding "Departmental Restricted Majors/Programs") 

Economics (BA)

Elementary Education (competitive entry program see the note below regarding "Departmental Restricted Majors/Programs") 

English

Environmental and Natural Resources - Conservation Biology Concentration

Environmental and Natural Resources - Natural Resources Management Concentration

Environmental and Natural Resources - Natural Resource and Economic Policy Concentration

Food Science and Human Nutrition - Food Science and Technology Concentration

Food Science and Human Nutrition - Nutrition Concentration

Forest Resource Management (BS) and Land Surveying Emphasis Area

General Engineering (additional information regarding Engineering programs at Clemson)

Genetics

Geology (BS) - Environmental Science Concentration

Geology (BS) - Hydrogeology Concentration

Geology (BS)

Graphic Communications (see the note below regarding "Departmental Restricted Majors/Programs") 

Health Science - Health Promotion and Behavior Concentration (closed academic program - see note above concerning availability and additional materials below under "Closed Academic Major Guides")

Health Science - Health Services Administration Concentration (closed academic program - see note above concerning availability and additional materials below under "Closed Academic Major Guides")

Health Science - Pre-Professional Health Studies Concentration (closed academic program - see note above concerning availability and additional materials below under "Closed Academic Major Guides")

History

Horticulture

Humanities Undeclared

Landscape Architecture

Language and International Business

Language and International Health (closed academic program - see note above concerning availability and additional materials below under "Closed Academic Major Guides")

Mathematical Sciences (BA)

Mathematical Sciences (BS) and Mathematical Sciences (BS) Biology Concentration

Mathematical Teaching (BS)

Microbiology (BS) and Biomedicine Concentration 

Middle Level Education - Language Arts & Social Studies 

Middle Level Education - Math & Science

Modern Languages

Nursing (closed academic program - see note above concerning availability and additional materials below under "Closed Academic Major Guides")

Packaging Science

Pan African Studies

Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Management - Parks, Recreation and Tourism Concentration

Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Management - Recreation Therapy Concentration

Performing Arts - Audio Technology Concentration (see the note below regarding "Departmental Restricted Majors/Programs") 

Performing Arts - Music Concentration (see the note below regarding "Departmental Restricted Majors/Programs") 

Performing Arts - Theatre Concentration (see the note below regarding "Departmental Restricted Majors/Programs") 

Philosophy

Physics (BA)

Physics (BS) and Physics (BS) Biophysics Concentration and Interdisciplinary Emphasis Area

Plant and Environmental Sciences - Agricultural Biotechnology Concentration

Plant and Environmental Sciences - Agronomy Concentration

Plant and Environmental Sciences - Soil and Water Science Concentration

Political Science (BA)

Political Science (BS)

Pre-Business (see the note below regarding "Departmental Restricted Majors/Programs") 

Prepharmacy

Preprofessional Health Studies - Pre-Med, Pre-Dental (Non-Degree)

Psychology (BA)

Psychology (BS)

Religious Studies

Science Teaching - Biological Sciences (BA)

Science Teaching - Biological Sciences (BS)

Science Teaching - Chemistry

Science Teaching - Physics

Secondary Education - English

Secondary Education - Mathematics

Secondary Education - Social Studies - History

Sociology (BA)

Sociology (BS)

Special Education (competitive entry program - see the note below regarding "Departmental Restricted Majors/Programs") 

Sports Communication (closed academic program - see note above concerning availability and additional materials below under "Closed Academic MajorGuides")

Turfgrass

Visual Arts

Wildlife and Fisheries Biology

Women's Leadership

World Cinema

Closed Academic Major Guides:
Students who choose to follow the curriculum sequence for a closed major cannot be guaranteed the opportunity to successfully change into that major upon transfer to Clemson. The Clemson University closed majors for the 2021-2022 academic year are: Communication, Construction Science & Management, Health Science, Language and International Health, Nursing, and Sports Communication. 

The guides provided below include additional information and contact information for pursuing a closed major at Clemson University and specific requirements/processes required to request a change of academic program application upon transfer to Clemson. These guides are supplemental planning aids and are for informational purposes only. Again, the opportunity to change into one of these academic programs upon enrollment at Clemson cannot be guaranteed. 

Departmental Restricted Majors/Programs:
The following majors are subject to space restrictions, GPA restrictions, or departmental approval: Architecture, Education (all majors), Graphic Communication, Performing Arts (Audio, Music & Theatre), and Pre-Business. Students who are interested in changing their major into one of these programs are advised to contact the Clemson University Office of Undergraduate Admissions (apply@clemson.edu) to request information on current availability for these majors.

Education majors are open majors with competitive entry requirements. Curriculum worksheets for each Education major list the competitive entry requirements. Students pursuing a major in Education should plan to meet with College of Education academic advisers during the fall semester to review their status as they work to complete the competitive entry requirements. Students in an Education major who do not meet the competitive entry requirements by the end of their Bridge year will be required to change their major out of Education and into another open enrollment major at Clemson.

A change into one of the Performing Arts majors (Audio, Music, or Theatre) requires departmental approval along with an audition. Students interested in a Performing Arts major should contact the departmental adviser listed in the Student Academic & Advising Guide.

The Pre-Business major now requires students to complete the following courses during their Bridge year, in order to remain in the major after completing the Bridge program and transitioning to Clemson:  MAT 130, MAT 230, AND either ECO 210 OR ECO 211. Students who do not meet Bridge requirements and do not successfully complete MAT 130, MAT 230, and one ECO course (210 or 211) will be required to change their major out of Pre-Business and into another open enrollment major at Clemson.