CASL Degree Requirements

As we transition to the Dearborn Discovery Core for general education, degree requirements are different depending on your year of entry. The following links will help you plan your education. 

 STUDENTS ADMITTED PRIOR TO FALL 2013 Worksheets are used to plan your general education and major requirements. They are located here. Information regarding Gen Ed (Distribution) requirements, majors, minors, and Bachelor of General Studies and Liberal Studies degree requirements are there, also.

  STUDENTS ADMITTED FALL 2013 AND AFTER Degree Works, which is accessed through UM-Dearborn Connect is used to plan your education. It displays your courswork showing completed and outstanding requirements necessary to earn your degree. Requirements are divided into blocks. Each block consists of boxes that are automatically checked when a requirements is met. Tutorial Videos are available at http://www.umd.umich.edu/rr_degreeworks/ . Additional information on Degree Works is here .

  FRESHMEN ADMITTED FALL 2015 are under the new Dearborn Discovery Core for their general education requirements. These requirements are programmed into Degree Works. Additional information on the Dearborn Discovery Core is here. Degree Works, which is accessed through UM-Dearborn Connect is used to plan your education. It displays your courswork showing completed and outstanding requirements necessary to earn your degree. Requirements are divided into blocks. Each block consists of boxes that are automatically checked when a requirements is met. Tutorial Videos are available at http://www.umd.umich.edu/rr_degreeworks/ . Additional information on Degree Works is here .

  TRANSFER STUDENTS ADMITTED ON MTA If you have the Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA) stamp on your transcript, it allows a minimum of 30 hours of coursework completed at a Michigan community college to meet 30 hours of specific general education hours at UM-Dearborn. Degree Works is programmed to reflect these credits. Sign into UM-Dearborn Connect to see your requirements. See a CASL advisor if you have questions.