Oct 22, 2017
CSCU Pathway Transfer, A.S. degree program are for Connecticut Community College students who wish to transfer to one of the Connecticut State Universities or Charter Oak without either losing any credits or being required to take extra credits in order to complete a bachelor’s degree in that same discipline. Community College students can complete associate degree programs that transfer without hassle to all Connecticut State Universities and Charter Oak State College offering their major. Upon transfer, students are guaranteed full junior status and can complete a bachelor’s degree in their major without losing any credits or be required to take any extra credits.
With this degree you will be able to transfer to the following majors:
At Central Connecticut State University: Chemistry - General Program, B.S.
Chemistry - American Chemical Society Certified, B.S.
At Southern Connecticut State University: Chemistry, B.S.
At Western Connecticut State University: Chemistry - Non-American Chemical Society Approved, B.A.
Chemistry - American Chemical Society Approved, B.A.
At Charter Oak State College: General Studies - Chemistry Concentration, B.A.
Below is the recommended course of study for the Mathematics Studies Transfer Degree. In order to graduate and be guaranteed admission to a State University or to Charter Oak State College, you must earn an overall 2.0 grade point average.
Upon successful completion of the CSCU Pathway Transfer: Chemistry Studies degree program, students will have met the following competency outcomes and goals:
- Aesthetic Dimensions
- Continuing Learning/Information Literacy
- Critical Analysis/Logical Thinking
- Quantitative Reasoning
- Historical Knowledge and Understanding
- Oral Communications
- Scientific Reasoning
- Scientific Knowledge and Understanding
- Social Phenomena
- Written Communication
CSCU Pathway Transfer: Chemistry Studies Requirements
Total Minimum Credits Required: 60
Students should take 8 credits of foreign language or 9 credits of General Education.
* PHY*110 or MAT*186 can be taken in the first semester if needed to progress in the math and/or science sequence as well as fulfill the General Education elective.