Utah Valley University offers Master degrees, Bachelor degrees, Associate degrees, Diplomas, and Certificates. Students are expected to familiarize themselves with the rules and regulations of both the university and their specific majors. Responsibility for satisfying all graduation requirements rests upon the student. Utah Valley University reserves the right to change graduation requirements at any time.
For general information, view the Academic Degrees plus Graduation & General Education sections in the current UVU Course Catalog.
For student specific information, view your Wolverine Track.
UVU's online Wolverine Track contains a My Grad Track Audit which lists requirements for a specific degree and contains courses a student has earned from UVU plus accepted courses transferred from other institutions. The Wolverine Track may be used by students admitted to UVU.
View our Wolverine Track web page for more information.
Students are encouraged to create and follow an individualized graduation plan in order to avoid accumulating credits that are not needed for graduation and to allow departments to plan semester course schedules appropriately. Please see the generic graduation plan for your major, which is available on department websites. These plans are based on a full-time student who does not need developmental courses and does not have transfer credit. Individual student plans will vary.
Please see your advisor to develop your individualized plan in Wolverine Track. Where possible, students should enroll in 15 credits each semester. See “15 to Finish” for more information on the financial and academic benefits of completing 15 credits a semester.
Students are also encouraged to enroll in summer semester to expedite graduation. By enrolling in 15 credits each semester, including summer, it may be possible to graduate with a bachelor's degree in three years.