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​Student Occupational & Academic Resource (SOAR)

SOAR provides important information on your occupational and educational goals. These maps are designed to provide you with a guided pathway to successful completion of your program of choice.  Click on a link below to see additional information on the program maps.


You should meet with an academic advisor every semester to update your plan of study, consider available course offerings, and in relation to graduation requirements, to confirm academic progress toward graduation

Remember that changes of major, repeating courses, or any other disruption in your plan of study may be unavoidable but may also delay timely completion of your degree. Ask your advisor about planning your academic future.


As required by section 1008.30(5), Florida Statutes (F.S.), the State Board of Education has established eight meta-major pathways to advise entering, first-time-in-college students in regards to their intended academic and career goals and aligned gateway courses. A meta-major is a collection of academic programs that have common or related content. You may not know exactly what you want to major in yet, but having a general idea of the topic you want to study will help ensure your academic success. Meta-majors will help you choose the right classes and start out on the correct path!

Guidelines for using Academic MAPs:

The Academic Maps for A.S. and A.A. degrees are intended as suggested term schedules and can vary depending on academic status, course availability and other factors. 
Students are responsible for completing the
“Mandatory Hourly Requirements”on the right of each map.
Registration holds will be placed on students who do not meet the
“Mandatory Hourly Requirements” and those students will be required to see an advisor. 
 For specific questions on maps or program requirements, please visit the Advising Center on the second floor of the Student Union.

The Meta-Major academic pathways at TCC are as follows:

  1. Click on one of the eight meta-majors below to view a list of TCC programs offered within that area.
  2. Click on one of the programs to view a PRE-Fall 2015 Academic Map for each program.

 Arts, Humanities, Communication and Design






 Health Sciences


 Industry, Manufacturing and Construction


 Public Safety


 Science, Technology, Engineering and Math


 Social and Behavioral Sciences and Human Services

Contact Information

For more information contact the Student Success & Retention office by e-mail

8 a.m. - 6 p.m. Mon - Thu
9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Fri

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