Program plans provide essential information about programs of study so you can decide what courses you should take in your first semester, and make informed decisions about your course load. If you are admitted or conditionally admitted to UFV, start reviewing your program plan as early as possible.
How to find your program plan
- Confirm the name of your program and your admission status. If you are not sure where to look for that information, check Which program am I in? step-by-step guide.
- Use the program search filter on this page to find a program plan.
Don't see your program on this page?
You'll find the most up-to-date program information in the Academic Calendar — this is your go-to source of information for course outlines and descriptions, as well as academic regulations, academic standards, and general policies for undergraduate and graduate programs.
Tips for using program plans
Program plans are created by academic advisors and serve as your first advising appointment; they cover the same information as if it was an in-person new student appointment.
- Take your time
- A regular advising appointment takes about 45 minutes — give yourself at least that amount of time to review the information and write down additional questions that you may have.
- Trust that the information is sufficient
- Program plans are developed by the academic advisors that you will work with throughout the course of your studies at UFV. Advisors will build off this information in future appointments.