Students should find the newly redesigned UA Undergraduate Catalog both more interactive and visually appealing.
The online catalog can be used to explore different academic paths based on the student’s interests by viewing the requirements for the degree path they wish to follow. The catalog is also now linked directly with DegreeWorks. Once a student logs in with their MyBama credentials, courses a student has taken, as well as planned courses, can be verified.
And, of course, it can be used to find important information on academic policies and records, curriculum requirements and much more.
A team from the Office of the University Registrar worked closely with Courseleaf Catalog to develop and implement this interactive catalog. Members from the Office of the University Registrar included Denny Savage, Jacob Jones, Jennifer McMillan, Katheryn Meadows, Mary Ellen Hanna, Amelia Rizzardi and Zarie Blackburn.
The catalog was produced in conjunction with the Division of Strategic Communications and the Office for Academic Affairs.
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