|(a) Each institution of higher education must develop
at least one recommended course sequence for each undergraduate certificate
or degree program offered by the institution.
(b) Each course sequence developed by the institution
of higher education must:
(1) Identify all required lower-division courses for
each certificate or degree program, if applicable;
(2) Include for each course, if applicable:
(A) The TCCNS course number; and
(B) The course equivalent in the ACGM; and
(3) Be designed to enable a full-time student to obtain
a certificate or degree, as applicable, within:
(A) two years, for a 60-hour degree or certificate
(B) four years, for a 120-hour degree program; or
(C) a comparable time frame, for an approved certificate
or degree program that requires credit hours other than those specified
in subparagraph (A) or (B) of this paragraph.
(4) include at least one specific sequence in which
courses should be taken to ensure completion of the applicable program
within the time frame described in subsection (b)(3) of this section.
(c) Each institution shall publish the recommended
course sequences developed under this rule in the institution's course
catalog beginning with the 2021-2022 academic year course catalog
cycle. Each institution shall publish recommended course sequences
on the institution's website not later than August 1 of each year.