2013-2014 General Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG–FOR INFORMATION ONLY]
2013-2014 General Catalog
Welcome to SUU’s Online Catalog
As you can see, SUU’s General Catalog has a new look and an entirely new navigation system. Rather than a series of PDFs, our new online catalog is an easily searchable and highly interactive website. The Keyword and Advanced Search function on the top left of the homepage have been designed to make it easy for you to seek out information anywhere in the catalog website. The Catalog F.A.Q.’s also contain links to sections of the e-catalog students most often seek. And, should you need to print a page from the catalog, you will see the “Printer-Friendly Page” icon on the top right side of each webpage next to the Help button. You will also now be able to bookmark webpages you regularly visit in the catalog. Lastly, listed below are descriptions of some of the key content areas of the e-catalog.
While we strive for accuracy in our 2013-14 catalog, we also recognize there may still be errors you find. Please e-mail email@example.com with any corrections or comments you may have.
Obtaining a Degree at SUU is your starting point for choosing an academic or technical program of study. It describes the various types of degrees and certificates offered, the general requirements for each type, and other policies and procedures that apply to all degrees. It also tells you how to read the table of requirements for your chosen program.
Colleges & Schools provides an overview of the University’s six academic colleges/schools, and other academic entities, as well as the degrees offered by each college/school, and it’s departments and programs.
Academic Policies & Procedures discusses Admissions, Grade & Credits, and policies pertaining to registration as well as general policies.
General Education & Experiential Education will describe the general education requirements, and Academic Programs will help you find the information you need about specific programs and course offerings. It describes in detail all the undergraduate academic programs and course offerings. Within each chapter, programs are listed alphabetically (with cross-references as needed).
Graduate Professional Studies details the graduate programs that are available.
In the latter part of the catalog you will find an Overview of Southern Utah University , along with information on registration, fees, financial aid, housing, student activities, student services, and other policies and procedures.
My Catalog provides a more personalized catalog experience. Click on the link to create an online account that will allow you to save degree requirements, course information, and custom searches. Once you create an account, you’ll be able to access it from any computer. Simply navigate to the Catalog, click on the My Catalog link, and enter your log-in information. As you navigate through the catalog, any page that has a Maroon star in the upper right corner (next to the print and help button) can be added to your catalog.
We have tried to make this catalog as easy to use as possible, but you will probably still have questions. For questions regarding your academic program, you should contact your adviser (or the Career & Professional Development Center, if you have not chosen a major). For questions on other issues (for example, admission, registration, fees) contact the offices listed in the appropriate section.
The following publications also contain important information available on the web:
Southern Utah University is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities. Please see our published statement on Accredited Status.