GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
Associate in Science Degree (A.S.) and **Associate in Applied Science Degrees (A.A.S.)
A grade of "C" or better shall be considered successful completion in general education courses that are part of an associate in arts (A.A.), associate in science (A.S.) or associate in applied science (A.A.S.) degree. Students must complete 15 or more hours from the five areas listed below, in addition to the required courses for each specific A.A.S. or A.S. degree. See the College Catalog for complete requirements for each degree.
Area I - English (3 Hours)
|ENC 1101||Written Communications I|
Area II - Mathematics + (3 Hours)
|MAC 1105||College Algebra|
|MAC 1140||Precalculus Algebra|
|MAC 2147||Precalculus Algebra/Trigonometry|
|MAC 2333||Applied Calculus|
|MAC 2311, 2312, 2313||Analytic Geometry I, II, III|
|MAD 2104||Discrete Math|
|MAP 2302||Differential Equations|
|MAS 2103||Linear Algebra|
|MGF 1106||Topics in Math|
|MGF 1107||Liberal Arts Math|
|STA 2023||Elementary Statistics|
Area III - Social and Behavioral Sciences (3 Hours)
All courses that meet the A.A. general education Area III social and behavioral sciences requirements will meet the A.S. and **A.A.S. general education Area III requirements. Certain programs in health sciences and education, which are accredited through external agencies, may have special requirements in the social sciences.
Area IV - Humanities (3 Hours)
All courses that meet A.A. general education Area IV humanities requirements will meet the A.S. and **A.A.S. general education Area IV requirements.
Area V - Science and Technology (3 Hours)
CGS 1000 - Computer Information Systems or any higher course in discipline with prerequisite of CGS 1000,
Natural Science - All courses that meet A.A. general education Area V natural science requirements will meet the A.S. and **A.A.S. general education Area V requirements
+Students may elect to earn an SCF A.A.S. degree if they complete MAT 1033 Intermediate Algebra in place of the A.S. degree program's mathematics requirement. Different mathematics requirements apply to some of the A.A.S. degrees. Individual program pages and/or program managers should be consulted.
**NOTE: The A.A.S. degree is currently being reviewed at the state level with the possibility that several of them will no longer be available effective Fall 2012.