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Associate in Science (A.S.)

Associate in Science (A.S.)*
60 Semester Credit Hours; Curriculum: 0650 for Science or Mathematics

General Education Requirements:

Credit Hours

Area A — 

Communications

 

 

EGL 101 and EGL 102

6

 

SPE 103

3

Area B — 

Mathematics

9

 

Two courses from MAT 131, MAT 250, MAT 251, MAT 252

 

Area C — 

Science

7

 

One science course from the Life Sciences and one science course from the Physical Sciences; at least one of these courses must be a lab course

 

Area D — 

Social and Behavioral Sciences

9

 

Three courses from at least two different social or behavioral science disciplines

 

Area E — 

Humanities/Fine Arts

9

 

Three courses from the Humanities/Fine Arts; at least one course must be from Humanities and one course must be from Fine Arts

 

Area F — 

Contemporary Global Studies**

0-3

 

One course that satisfies Contemporary Global Studies requirement

 

Total General Education Requirements:

43

   

Major Requirements:

Credit Hours

CSC 170 and CSC 171; or

3

CSC 170 and CSC 172; or

 

CSC 170 and CSC 173; or

 

CSC 155; or

 

CSC 156

 


Courses to total a minimum of 14 semester credit hours from these disciplines:


14

Biology (BIO)

 

Chemistry (CHM)

 

Computer Science (CSC)

 

Earth Science (EAS)

 

Engineering (ENG)

 

Mathematics (MAT) (except MAT 110, 114, 116)

 

Physics (PHY)

 


Total Major Requirements:


17


Total Semester Credit Hours for Associate in Science Degree:

60

 

 

*May be completed entirely online.

**Students may take a Contemporary Global Studies course that satisfies both Area F and another Area requirement.

 

See Division of Science and Health Careers page.See Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, Physics department pages)

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