The University of Central Missouri Catalogs contains a wealth of information for students, staff, and faculty members. Students should examine their catalog carefully.
This catalog is a reliable guide for entering the university, reviewing available programs of study, selecting courses, and meeting graduation requirements. To the extent possible, the university will accept the degree/certificate requirements in it for an eight-year period.
Since the policies and programs of the university are constantly changing, no catalog can be completely up-to-date, even when it is published. Therefore, students should review their programs periodically with a success advisor and with faculty advisors to allow for necessary changes.
Individual schools and degree programs may have policies and requirements that are more stringent than the general university policies.
Announcements in catalogs are subject to change and thus do not constitute an agreement or contract.
Every effort is made to provide accurate and up-to-date information; however, the university reserves the right to change without notice statements concerning rules, policies, fees, curricula, courses or other matters when necessary.
To the extent possible, the university will accept the degree requirements in a catalog for an eight-year period. Catalogs older than eight years are expired.2008 Undergraduate Catalog
To the extent possible, the university will accept the degree requirements in a catalog for an eight-year period. Catalogs older than eight years are expired.