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Associate in Arts & Sciences

Associate in Arts and Science degrees provide the first two years of instruction in major fields that prepare students for transfer to colleges and universities to complete baccalaureate degrees.

AWARD:  Associate in Arts & Science

LENGTH:   4 Semesters

PURPOSE:
The curriculum is designed for the student who plans to complete a baccalaureate degree program. The transfer institution's catalog and transfer guide are the best sources of information for planning a course of study. Final responsibility for transferability of courses rests with the student and the registrar of that institution.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:
Students must meet the general admission requirements established by the college. Students with deficiencies in English or mathematics will complete appropriate developmental studies courses. Students with deficiencies in computer skills will complete additional coursework.

OTHER REQUIREMENTS:
Students planning ahead for this curriculum will find it most helpful to have completed college preparatory curriculum courses in high school in areas such as English, mathematics (two units of algebra and one of plane geometry), laboratory science, social studies, and foreign language.

TRANSFER INFORMATION:
The student should become familiar with the requirements of the major department in the college or university to which transfer is contemplated and also consult the assigned academic advisor before planning a program of study. In order to prepare for junior class standing at a four-year college or university, the student must complete a program that is comparable in length and course content to the first two years of the program at the four-year institution.

Counselors have transfer guides from many institutions to assist in selection of courses. Every institution has unique requirements, so the student should investigate the programs of each institution under consideration for transfer.

Students should be particularly careful to select electives that correspond to requirements of the transfer institution.

CURRICULUM REQUIREMENTS:
Students must successfully complete all of the requirements listed below to receive the Award.


GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS (24 CREDITS):
ENG 111-112 College Composition I-II (6)
SPD 110 Introduction to Speech Communication (3)
HIS 121-122 United States History I-II (6)
  [or HIS 101-102 History of Western Civilization I-II (6)]
Choose one of the following combinations to fulfill the Math requirement (choose based on the requirements of the transfer institution):
[a] MTH 163 Precalculus I (3)
and MTH 271 Applied Calculus I (3)
 [b] MTH 175 Calculus of One Variable I (3)
and MTH 176 Calculus of One Variable II (3)
and MTH 177 Introductory Linear Algebra (2)
and MTH 178 Topics in Analytic Geometry (2)
Wellness (2)--Health, P.E. or recreation courses which
promote physical and emotional well being

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS (39 CREDITS):
NOTE:  To select courses, student should consult the catalog of the institution(s) to which transfer is anticipated in addition to these degree requirements.

ITE 115 Intro. to Computer Applications & Concepts (4)
LBR 110 Effective Internet Searching (1)
SDV 108 College Survival Skills (1)
SDV 199 Supervised Study in Transfer Programs (1)

Transfer Laboratory Science (16 Credits):
Must complete 2 two-semester sequences

Social Science (6 Credits):
Courses may be selected from the following:
ECO 201 Principles of Macroeconomics (3)
ECO 202 Principles of Microeconomics (3)
GEO 210 People & the Land: Intro. to Cultural Geography
PLS 211 U.S. Government I (3)
PLS 212 U.S. Government II (3)
PSY 200 Principles of Psychology (3)
PSY 201 Introduction to Psychology I (3)
PSY 202 Introduction to Psychology II (3)
SOC 200 Principles of Sociology (3)
SOC 201 Introduction to Sociology I (3)
SOC 202 Introduction to Sociology II (3)

College Transfer Electives (6 Credits):
Selected from transfer courses in business, information technology, science, mathematics, physical education, social sciences, the humanities, and fine arts.

Fine Arts Electives (3 Credits):
Selected from college transfer courses in art, literature, foreign language, music, philosophy, religion, or speech and drama.


Minimum required for degree:  61 Credits


SAMPLE SCHEDULE:


FIRST YEAR
Fall Semester
ENG 111 College Composition I  (3)
HIS 121 United States History I (3)
  (or HIS 101)
MTH 163 Precalculus I  (3)
  (or other approved math requirement)
SDV 108 College Survival Skills (1)
Science with Laboratory  (4)
Wellness    (3)
     Total semester credits: 17

Spring Semester
ENG 112 College Composition II  (3)
HIS 122 United States History II     (3)
  (or HIS 102)
ITE 115 Intro. to Computer Applications & Concepts (4)
LBR 110 Effective Internet Searching  (1)
MTH 271 Applied Calculus I      (3)
  (or other approved math requirement)
Science with Laboratory (4)
     Total semester credits: 17

SECOND YEAR
Fall Semester
SPD 110 Introduction to Speech Communication (3)
Science with Laboratory   (4)
Social Science   (3)
Fine Arts Elective    (3)
     Total semester credits: 13

Spring Semester
SDV 199 Supervised Study in Transfer Programs (1)
Science with Laboratory (4)
Social Science    (3)
College Transfer Electives  (6)
        Total semester credits: 14

Total Semester Hours:  61

 

Associate in Arts and Science degrees provide the first two years of instruction in major fields that prepare students for transfer to colleges and universities to complete baccalaureate degrees.

AWARD:  Associate in Arts & Science

LENGTH:   4 Semesters

PURPOSE:
The curriculum is designed for the student who plans to complete a baccalaureate degree program. Students often select the general studies program if they intend to transfer to a four-year institution but are uncertain what their major will be. The transfer institution's catalog and transfer guide are the best sources of information for planning a course of study. Final responsibility for transferability of courses rests with the student and the registrar of that institution. There are three different options for the student seeking a General Studies degree. In addition to the basic program of general studies, students may specialize in the visual arts or performing arts. Contact the division dean or an advisor for additional information.

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ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:
Students must meet the general admission requirements established by the college. Students with deficiencies in English or mathematics will complete appropriate developmental studies courses. Students with deficiencies in computer skills will complete additional coursework.

OTHER REQUIREMENTS:
Students planning ahead for this curriculum will find it most helpful to have completed college preparatory curriculum courses in high school in areas such as English, mathematics (two units of algebra and one of plane geometry), laboratory science, social studies, and foreign language.

TRANSFER INFORMATION:
The student should become familiar with the requirements of the major department in the college or university to which transfer is contemplated and also consult the assigned academic advisor before planning a program of study. In order to prepare for junior class standing at a four-year college or university, the student must complete a program that is comparable in length and course content to the first two years of the program at the four-year institution.

Counselors have transfer guides from many institutions to assist in selection of courses. Every institution has unique requirements, so the student should investigate the programs of each institution under consideration for transfer.

CURRICULUM REQUIREMENTS:
Students must successfully complete all of the requirements listed below to receive the Award.


GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS (23 CREDITS):
ENG 111-112 College Composition I-II (6)
HIS 121-122 United States History I-II (6)
  [or HIS 101-102 History of Western Civilization I-II (6)]
Choose one of the following combinations to fulfill the Math requirement based on requirements of the transfer institution:
[a] MTH 163 Precalculus I (3)
and MTH 271 Applied Calculus I (3)
[b] MTH 151 Mathematics for the Liberal Arts I (3)
and MTH 152 Mathematics for the Liberal Arts II (3)
[c] MTH 163 Precalculus I (3)
and MTH 164 Precalculus II (3)
[d] MTH 175 Calculus of One Variable I (3)
and MTH 176 Calculus of One Variable II (3)
and MTH 177 Introductory Linear Algebra (2)
and MTH 178 Topics in Analytic Geometry (2)
[e] MTH 163 Precalculus I (3)
and MTH 241 Statistics I (3)
CST 110 Introduction to Speech Communication (3)
Wellness (2)--Health, P.E. or recreation courses which
promote physical and emotional well being


PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS (39 CREDITS):
ITE 115 Intro. to Computer Applications & Concepts (4)
LBR 110 Effective Internet Searching (1)
SDV 108 College Survival Skills (1)
SDV 199 Supervised Study in Transfer Programs (1)

(Select 15 semester hours from courses below:)
ART 121  Drawing I (3)
ART 122  Drawing II (3)
ART 151  Theory and Practice of Ceramics I (3)
ART 201  Art History I (3)
ART 202  Art History II (3)
ART 241  Painting I (3)
ART 242  Painting II (3)
ART 283  Computer Graphics I (4)
ART 284  Computer Graphics II (4)

English (Literature Elective) (3 Credits)-selected from:
ENG 241-242  Survey of American Literature I-II (3)(3)
ENG 243-244  Survey of English Literature I-II (3)(3)
ENG 251-252  Survey of World Literature I-II (3)(3)
ENG 253-254  Survey of African-American Literature I-II (3)(3)

Transfer Laboratory Science (8 Credits):
Must complete a two semester sequence

Social Science (6 Credits):
Courses may be selected from the following:

ECO 201 Principles of Economics I--Macroeconomics (3)
ECO 202 Principles of Economics II--Microeconomics (3)
GEO 210 People & the Land: Intro. to Cult. Geog. (3)
PLS 211 U.S. Government I (3)
PLS 212 U.S. Government II (3)
PSY 200 Principles of Psychology (3)
PSY 201 Introduction to Psychology I (3)
PSY 202 Introduction to Psychology II (3)
SOC 200 Introduction to Sociology (3)
SOC 201 Introduction to Sociology I (3)
SOC 202 Introduction to Sociology II (3)

ELECTIVES (3 CREDITS)

Minimum required for degree:  62 Credits


SAMPLE SCHEDULE:


FIRST YEAR
Fall Semester
ART Program Elective (3)
ENG 111 College Composition I (3)
HIS 121 United States History I (3)
  (or HIS 101)
ITE 115 Intro. to Computer Applications & Concepts (4)
SDV 108 College Survival Skills (1)
Science with Laboratory (4)
   Total Credit Hours: 18

Spring Semester
ART Program Elective (3)
ART Program Elective (3)
ENG 112 College Composition II (3)
HIS 122 United States History II (3)
  (or HIS 102)
LBR 110 Effective Internet Searching (1)
Science with Laboratory (4)
   Total Credit Hours: 17

SECOND YEAR
Fall Semester
ART Program Elective (3)
ENG Lit. Literature Elective (3)
Wellness  (2)
Social Science (3)
MTH 163 Precalculus I (3)
  (or other approved math requirement)
   Total Credit Hours: 14

Spring Semester
ART Program Elective (3)
Social Science (3)
MTH 271 Applied Calculus I (3)
  (or other approved math requirement)
CST 110 Introduction to Speech Communication (3)
SPD 199 Supervised Study in Transfer Programs (1)
   Total Credit Hours: 13

Total Semester Hours:  62


DISTANCE LEARNING:
This program is available entirely through Distance Learning courses as well as classroom-based courses.

Associate in Arts and Science degrees provide the first two years of instruction in major fields that prepare students for transfer to colleges and universities to complete baccalaureate degrees.

AWARD:  Associate in Arts & Science

LENGTH:   4 Semesters

PURPOSE:
The curriculum is designed for the student who plans to complete a baccalaureate degree program. Students often select the general studies program if they intend to transfer to a four-year institution but are uncertain what their major will be. The transfer institution's catalog and transfer guide are the best sources of information for planning a course of study. Final responsibility for transferability of courses rests with the student and the registrar of that institution. There are three different options for the student seeking a General Studies degree. In addition to the basic program of general studies, students may specialize in the visual arts or performing arts. Contact the division dean or an advisor for additional information.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:
Students must meet the general admission requirements established by the college. Students with deficiencies in English or mathematics will complete appropriate developmental studies courses. Students with deficiencies in computer skills will complete additional coursework.

OTHER REQUIREMENTS:
Students planning ahead for this curriculum will find it most helpful to have completed college preparatory curriculum courses in high school in areas such as English, mathematics (two units of algebra and one of plane geometry), laboratory science, social studies, and foreign language.

TRANSFER INFORMATION:
The student should become familiar with the requirements of the major department in the college or university to which transfer is contemplated and also consult the assigned academic advisor before planning a program of study. In order to prepare for junior class standing at a four-year college or university, the student must complete a program that is comparable in length and course content to the first two years of the program at the four-year institution.

Counselors have transfer guides from many institutions to assist in selection of courses. Every institution has unique requirements, so the student should investigate the programs of each institution under consideration for transfer.

CURRICULUM REQUIREMENTS:
Students must successfully complete all of the requirements listed below to receive the Award.


GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS (23 CREDITS):
ENG 111-112 College Composition I-II (6)
HIS 121-122 United States History I-II (6)
[or HIS 101-102 History of Western Civilization I-II (6)]
Choose one of the following combinations to fulfill the Math requirement (choose based on the requirements of the transfer institution):
[a] MTH 163 Precalculus I (3)
and MTH 271 Applied Calculus I (3)
[b] MTH 151 Mathematics for the Liberal Arts I (3)
and MTH 152 Mathematics for the Liberal Arts II (3)
[c] MTH 163 Precalculus I (3)
and MTH 164 Precalculus II (3)
[d] MTH 175 Calculus of One Variable I (3)
and MTH 176 Calculus of One Variable II (3)
and MTH 177 Introductory Linear Algebra (2)
and MTH 178 Topics in Analytic Geometry (2)
[e] MTH 163 Precalculus I (3)
and MTH 241 Statistics I (3)
CST 110 Introduction to Speech Communication (3)
Wellness (2)--Health, P.E. or recreation courses which
promote physical and emotional well being

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS (39 CREDITS):
ITE 115 Intro. to Computer Applications & Concepts (4)
LBR 110 Effective Internet Searching (1)
SDV 108 College Survival Skills (1)
SDV 199 Supervised Study in Transfer Programs (1)

(Select 15 semester hours from courses below:)
CST 130 Introduction to the Theater (3)
CST 131-132 Acting I-II (6)
CST 136 Theater Workshop (1-6)
CST 231 History of Theater I (3)

English (Literature Elective)(3 Credits)--selected from:
ENG 241-242 Survey of American Literature I-II (3)(3)
ENG 243-244 Survey of English Literature I-II (3)(3)
ENG 251-252 Survey of World Literature I-II (3)(3)
ENG 253-254 Survey of African-American Literature I-II (3)(3)

Transfer Laboratory Science (8 Credits):
Must complete a two semester sequence

Social Science (6 Credits); Courses may be selected from the following:
ECO 201 Principles of Macroeconomics (3)
ECO 202 Principles of Microeconomics (3)
GEO 210 People & the Land: Int. to Cultural Geography
PLS 211 U.S. Government I (3)
PLS 212 U.S. Government II (3)
PSY 200 Principles of Psychology (3)
SOC 200 Principles to Sociology (3)
SOC 268 Social Problems (3)

Minimum required for degree:  62 Credits


SAMPLE SCHEDULE:


FIRST YEAR
Fall Semester
ENG 111 College Composition I (3)
HIS 121 United States History I (3)
  (or HIS 101)
ITE 115 Intro. to Computer Applications & Concepts (4)
CST 131 Acting I (3)
SDV 108 College Survival Skills (1)
Science with Laboratory (4)
    Total Credit Hours: 18

Spring Semester
ENG 112 College Composition II (3)
HIS 122 United States History II (3)
  (or HIS 102)
LBR 110 Effective Internet Searching (1)
CST 110 Introduction to Speech Communication (3)
CST 132 Acting II (3)
Science with Laboratory (4)
   Total Credit Hours: 17

SECOND YEAR
Fall Semester
ENG Lit. Literature  Elective (3)
Wellness   (2)
Social Science Elective (3)
MTH 163 Precalculus I (3)
  (or other approved math requirement)
CST 130 Introduction to the Theater (3)
   Total Credit Hours: 14

Spring Semester
CST 136 Theater Workshop (3)
MTH 271 Applied Calculus I (3)
  (or other approved math requirement)
Social Science Elective (3)
CST 231 History of the Theater (3)
SDV 199 Supervised Study in Transfer Programs (1)
   Total Credit Hours: 13

Total Semester Hours:  62


DISTANCE LEARNING:
This program is available entirely through Distance Learning courses as well as classroom-based courses.

Associate in Arts and Science degrees provide the first two years of instruction in major fields that prepare students for transfer to colleges and universities to complete baccalaureate degrees.

AWARD:  Associate in Arts & Science

LENGTH:   4 Semesters

PURPOSE:
The curriculum is designed to prepare the student who plans to complete a baccalaureate degree program in early childhood education, elementary education, middle education, or special education. The transfer institution’s catalog and transfer guide are the best sources of information for planning a course of study. Final responsibility for transferability of courses rests with the student and the registrar of that institution. This program is part of an agreement between the Virginia Community College System and various public and private four-year institutions in the Commonwealth of Virginia and is intended to facilitate entry into a teacher preparation program. Specifically, the following baccalaureate programs are targeted:
· Early Childhood [Pre-K though 3rd grade]
· Elementary [Pre-K through 6th grade]
· Middle Education [6th through 8th grade]
· Special Education


ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:
Students must meet the general admission requirements established by the college. Students with deficiencies in English or mathematics will complete appropriate developmental studies courses. Students with deficiencies in computer skills will complete additional coursework.

OTHER REQUIREMENTS:
Students planning ahead for this curriculum will find it most helpful to have completed college preparatory curriculum courses in high school in areas such as English, mathematics (two units of algebra and one of plane geometry), laboratory science, social studies, and foreign language. Scholarship money is available through the Tobacco Commission. Students entering this program should contact the Financial Aid office for complete information regarding scholarships.

TRANSFER INFORMATION:
The student should become familiar with the requirements of the major department in the college or university to which transfer is contemplated and also consult the assigned academic advisor before planning a program of study. In order to prepare for junior class standing at a four-year college or university, the student must complete a program that is comparable in length and course content to the first two years of the program at the four-year institution. Students completing this curriculum are required to pass the PRAXIS I examination.

Counselors have transfer guides from many institutions to assist in selection of courses. Every institution has unique requirements, so the student should investigate the programs of each institution under consideration for transfer.

CURRICULUM REQUIREMENTS:
Students must successfully complete all of the requirements listed below to receive the Award.

General Education Requirements (29 Credits):
ENG 111 College Composition I (3)
ENG 112 College Composition II (3)
ENG 241 Survey of American Literature I (3)
[or ENG 242 Survey of American Literature II (3)
or ENG 243  Survey of English Literature I (3)
or ENG 244  Survey of English Literature II (3)
or ENG 251  Survey of World Literature I (3)
or ENG 252  Survey of World Literature II (3)]
HIS 121  United States History I (3)
HIS 122  United States History II (3)
HIS 101  History of Western Civilization I (3)
[or HIS 102 History of Western Civilization II (3)]
Choose one of the following combinations [a or b] to fulfill the Math requirement (choose based on the requirements of the transfer institution):[a] MTH 163 Precalculus I (3)
and MTH 240  Statistics (3)
[b] MTH 151 Mathematics for the Liberal Arts I (3)
and MTH 152 Mathematics for the Liberal Arts II (3)
SPD 110 Introduction to Speech Communication (3)
Wellness (2)--Health, P.E. or recreation courses which
promote physical and emotional well being
PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS (13 CREDITS):
EDU 200 Introduction to Teaching as a Profession (3)
GEO 210 People and the Land: Introduction to Cultural
 Geography (3)
ITE 115  Intro. to Computer Applications & Concepts (4)
LBR 110 Effective Internet Searching (1)
SDV 101 Orientation to Education (1)
SDV 199 Supervised Study in Transfer Programs (1)

Transfer Laboratory Science (8 Credits)
BIO 101 General Biology I (4)
BIO 102 General Biology II (4)

Social Science Elective (6 Credits):
ECO 201 Principles of Macroeconomics (3)
[or ECO 202 Principles of Microeconomics (3)]
PLS 135 American National Politics (3)

Humanities/Fine Arts Electives (6 Credits):
Courses may be selected from the following:
ART 101 History and Appreciation of Art I (3)
ART 102 History and Appreciation of Art II (3)
ART 201 History of Art I (3)
ART 202 History of Art II (3)
MUS 121 Music Appreciation I (3)
MUS 122 Music Appreciation II (3)]

Minimum required for degree:  62 Credits


SAMPLE SCHEDULE:


FIRST YEAR
Fall Semester
ENG 111 College Composition I  (3)
HIS 121 United States History I  (3)
ITE 115 Intro. to Computer Applications & Concepts   (4)
MTH 163 Precalculus I (3)
  (or MTH 151)
SDV 101 Orientation to Education (1)
Wellness Elective   (2)
     Total semester credits: 16

Spring Semester
ART/MUS Humanities/Fine Arts Elective (3)
ENG 112 College Composition II  (3)
HIS 122 United States History II     (3)
LBR 110 Effective Internet Searching   (1)
MTH 240 Statistics   (3)
  (or MTH 152)
PLS 135 American National Politics  (3)
     Total semester credits: 16

SECOND YEAR
Fall Semester
BIO 101 General Biology I     (4)
ECO 201 Principles of Macroeconomics  (3)
  (or ECO 202)
EDU 200 Introduction to Teaching as a Profession (3)
HIS 101 History of Western Civilization I   (3)
  (or HIS 102)
SPD 110 Introduction to Speech Communication  (3)
     Total semester credits: 16

Spring Semester
ART/MUS Humanities/Fine Arts Elective  (3)
BIO 102 General Biology II    (4)
ENG Literature Elective     (3)
GEO 210 People & the Land: Intro. to Cult. Geography  (3)
SDV 199 Supervised Study in Transfer Programs   (1)
     Total semester credits: 14

Total Semester Hours:  62

 

Award: Associate of Arts and Sciences

Length: 4 Semesters

Purpose: The curriculum is designed for the student who plans to complete a baccalaureate degree program. Students often select the general studies program if they intend to transfer to a fouryear institution but are uncertain what their major will be. The transfer institution’s catalog and transfer guide are the best sources of information for planning a course of study. Final responsibility for transferability of courses rests with the student and the registrar of that institution. Contact the division dean or an advisor for additional information.

Admission Requirements: Students must meet the general admission requirements established by the college. Students with deficiencies in English or mathematics will complete appropriate developmental education courses. Students with deficiencies in computer skills will complete additional coursework.

Other Information: Students planning ahead for this curriculum will find it most helpful to have completed college preparatory curriculum courses in high school in areas such as English, mathematics (two units of algebra and one of plane geometry), laboratory science, social studies, and foreign language.

Transfer Information: The student should become familiar with the requirements of the major department in the college or university to which transfer is contemplated and also consult the assigned academic advisor before planning a program of study. In order to prepare for junior class standing at a four-year college or university, the student must complete a program that is comparable in length and course content to the first two years of the program at the four-year institution. Counselors have transfer guides from many institutions to assist in
selection of courses. Every institution has unique requirements, so the student should investigate the programs of each institution under consideration for transfer. Students should be particularly careful to select electives that correspond to requirements of the transfer institution.

Curriculum Requirements: Students who successfully complete all of the requirements as listed will be awarded this degree.

Program Outcomes: A student will be able to:
General Education:
• Demonstrate proficiency in oral communication;
• Demonstrate effective written communication skills;
• Demonstrate proficiency in mathematical skills to solve problems;
• Demonstrate proficiency in scientific reasoning;
• Demonstrate proficiency in information literacy;
• Demonstrate the ability to reason critically and apply logic to solve problems;

Additional Program Learning Outcomes for Each Specialization:
• Identify and analyze the societal and cultural contributions of African-Americans prior to emancipation (African-American Studies Specialization);
• Relate the themes and techniques of selected authors of the Appalachian region to the distinctive cultural elements of the region (Appalachian Studies Specialization);
• Identify the social, cultural, and historical influences on gender and interpret those influences light of modern society (Gender Studies Specialization);
• Comprehend areas of employment within the field of Human Services (Human Services Specialization);
• Create a philosophy of education based on recreation and parks management. (Recreation, Parks, & Leisure Services Specialization);
• Investigate areas of employment associated with performing arts (Performing Arts Specialization);
• Create a portfolio of artwork demonstrating proficiency in specified concepts and techniques (Visual Arts Specialization);

Graduation Requirements: In order to meet Patrick Henry Community College graduation requirements, all associates-degree students must complete Virginia Community College Core Competency testing. Testing is an on-going process and will be primarily administered during the capstone course (or other designated course) associated with a given degree. Please see the program advisor to determine and schedule appropriate times to complete Core Competency testing.

General Education Requirements (23 Credits):
ENG 111-112 College Composition I-II (6)
CST 110 Introduction to Communication (3)
HIS 121-122 United States History I-II (6)
[or HIS 101-102 History of Western Civilization I-II (6)]
Choose one of the following combinations to fulfill the Math requirement (choose based on the requirements of the transfer institution):
[a] MTH 163 Precalculus I (3)
and MTH 271 Applied Calculus I (3)
[b] MTH 151 Mathematics for the Liberal Arts I (3)
and MTH 152 Mathematics for the Liberal Arts II (3)
[c] MTH 163 Precalculus I (3)
and MTH 164 Precalculus II (3)
[d] MTH 175 Calculus of One Variable I (3)
and MTH 176 Calculus of One Variable II (3)
and MTH 177 Introductory Linear Algebra (2)
and MTH 178 Topics in Analytic Geometry (2)
[e] MTH 163 Precalculus I (3)
and MTH 241 Statistics I (3)
Wellness (2)— Health, P.E. or recreation courses which promote physical and emotional well being.

Program Requirements (37 CREDITS):
NOTE: To select courses, student should consult the catalog of the institution(s) to which transfer is anticipated in addition to these requirements:

ITE 119 Information Literacy (3)
SDV 108 College Survival Skills (1)
SDV 199 Supervised Study in Transfer Programs (1)

English (Literature Elective)(3 Credits) selected from:
ENG 241-242 Survey of American Literature I-II (3)(3)
ENG 243-244 Survey of English Literature I-II (3)(3)
ENG 251-252 Survey of World Literature I-II (3)(3)
ENG 253-254 Survey of African-American Literature I-II (3)(3)

Transfer Laboratory Science (8 Credits):
Must complete a two semester sequence Courses may be selected from the following (other combinations approved by Division Dean):
BIO 101- 102 General Biology I-II(4)(4)
BIO 231-232 Human Anatomy and Physiology I-II(4)(4)
CHM 111- 112 College Chemistry I-II(4)(4)
GOL 105- 106 Physical Geology Historical Geology(4)(4)
PHY 201-202 General College Physics I-II(4)(4)
PHY 241- 242 University Physics I-II(4)(4)

Social Science (6 Credits):
Courses may be selected from the following:
ECO 201 Principles of Macroeconomics (3)
ECO 202 Principles of Microeconomics (3)
GEO 210 People & the Land: Intro. to Cultural Geography (3)
PLS 211 U.S. Government I (3)
PLS 212 U.S. Government II (3)
PSY 200 Principles of Psychology (3)
SOC 200 Principles of Sociology (3)
SOC 268 Social Problems (3)

Specified Fine Arts Course (3 credits) selected from:
ART 101 Appreciation and History of Art I (3)
[or ART 201 History of Art I (3)]
ART 102 Appreciation and History of Art II (3)
[or ART 202 History of Art II (3)]
MUS 121 Music Appreciation I (3)
CST 130 Introduction to the Theatre (3)
[or CST 231 History of the Theatre I (3)]

Fine Art Elective (3 credits):
Selected from ART 101 or 201, ART 102 or 202, ENG 241-242, ENG 243-244, ENG 251-252, ENG 253-254, CST 130, CST 231, MUS 121, PHI 101, PHI 220, REL 200, REL 210, REL 231

College Transfer Electives (9 credits):
Selected from transfer courses in business, information technology, science, mathematics, social sciences, the humanities, fine arts, physical education, and foreign language.

Minimum required for degree: 60 Credits

Sample Schedule

General Studies: Without Specialization

FIRST YEAR: Fall Semester
ENG 111 College Composition I
HIS 121 United States History I
(or HIS 101)
MTH 163 Precalculus I 3
(or other approved math requirement )
SDV 108 College Survival Skills 1
Science with Laboratory 4

Spring Semester:
ENG 112 College Composition II 3
HIS 122 United States History II 3
(or HIS 102)
MTH 271 Applied Calculus I 3
(or other approved math requirement )
ITE 119 Information Literacy 3
Science with Laboratory 4

Second Year: Fall Semester
CST 110 Introduction to Communication 3
ENG Lit. Literature Elective 3
SDV 199 Supervised Study in Transfer Program 1
Social Science 3
College Transfer Elective 3
Fine Arts Elective 3

Spring Semester
Social Science 3
Wellness 2
College Transfer Electives 6
Specified Fine Arts 3

Total Semester Hours: 60