Electives 15 Credits
Choose three liberal arts courses from the list below and two free electives:
ANT*, ART*, AST*, BIO*, CHE*, COM*100, COM*101, COM*209, EAS*, ECN*, ENG* (with the exception of ENG* 003 , ENG* 093 , and ENG*096), EVS*, FRE*, GEO*, GLG*, MET*, HIS*, HUM*, IDS*101, IDS*201, MAT* (with the exceptions of MAT* 075 , MAT* 095 and MAT* 096 ), MUS*, OCE*, PHL*, PHY*, POL*, PSY*, SOC*, SPA*, THR*
In addition to following the requirements for an A.S. degree, the courses listed below are suggestions of applicable courses to take if you are interested in transferring to a certain major. Be sure and meet with the academic chair of the particular department to confirm the selected courses.
BIOLOGY: For students who want to transfer into bachelor’s degree programs in ecology, human biology, biotechnology and secondary education, as well as pre-medical, pre-dental and pre-veterinary studies.
BIO* 211 , BIO* 212 , ENG* 114 , MAT* 254 (formerly MAT* 250), MAT* 256 and MAT* 165 . It is also recommended that students take BIO* 121 , BIO* 122 , and CHE* 121 , CHE* 122 .
CHEMISTRY: For students who want to transfer into a bachelor’s degree program leading to job opportunities in such fields as industrial chemistry, chemical and pharmaceutical sales and service, education, dentistry and medicine.
MAT* 165 , MAT* 286 , MAT* 268 , CHE* 211 , CHE* 212 , CHE* 121 , CHE* 122 ,CHE* 220 , PHY* 221 , PHY* 222
ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE: For students who want to transfer into bachelor’s degree programs in agricultural resource management, environmental studies, earth sciences, or ecology and evolutionary biology.
EVS* 100 , GLG* 121 , BIO* 121 and BIO* 122 , PHY* 121 , PHY* 122 , CHE* 121 , CHE* 122 , MAT* 254 are strongly recommended. Note that BIO* 173 and MAT* 165 are also suggested.
MATHEMATICS: For students who want to transfer into bachelor’s degree programs in mathematics, computer science, information services or related fields. Mathematics graduates may find positions in statistics, actuarial science, operations research, computer programming, systems analysis and teaching.
MAT* 274 , MAT* 268 , MAT* 286 , MAT* 287 , CSC* 215 , PHY* 121 , PHY* 122
PSYCHOLOGY: For students who want to transfer into bachelor’s degree programs in psychology.
PSY* 111 , PSY* 112 and at least two of the following, PSY* 201 or PSY* 203 , PSY* 240 , PSY* 243 , PSY* 245 . It is also recommended that students take MAT* 165 , SOC* 101 or ANT* 101 , and BIO* 105 or BIO* 115 or BIO* 121 .
PHYSICS: For students who want to transfer into bachelor’s degree majors in physics, engineering physics, physical science or earth science. Physics graduates are prepared to pursue a wide variety of employment opportunities ranging from basic research and development to computer programing, software engineering, and teaching..
PHY* 221 , PHY* 222 , PHY* 223 , MAT* 268 , MAT* 286
PRE-MED/PRE-PROFESSIONAL PROGRAM (Medical, Dental, Veterinary, and Optometry): Students are advised to check with the transfer institution and confer with their advisor.
In addition to following the requirements for an A.S. degree, you may want to include the following suggested courses as electives in your program of study.
NUTRITION: For students interested in nutrition or dietetics.
CHE* 121 , CHE* 122 , BIO* 121 , BIO* 122 , CHE* 210 , BIO* 111 , BIO* 211 , BIO* 212 .