Suggested Course Schedule

First Semester

(Fall)

Course Number:

Course Name:

Credit:

ENG 111

College Composition I

3

HIS 111 OR HIS 121

History of World Civilization I OR United States History I

3

ITE 115

Introduction to Computer Applications and Concepts

3

MTH 151 OR MTH 163
OR MTH 173

Math for Liberal Arts I OR Pre-Calculus I OR Calculus w/Analytic Geometry I (5)

3 - 5

PED ***

Physical Education Elective

1

SDV 100

College Success Skills

1

Total

14-16

   

Second Semester (Spring)

Course Number:

Course Name:

Credit:

ENG 112

College Composition II

3

HIS 112 OR HIS 122

History of World Civilization II OR United States History II

3

MTH 152 OR MTH 164
OR MTH 174 OR
MTH 157 OR MTH 240

Math for Liberal Arts II OR Pre-Calculus II OR Calculus w/Analytic Geometry II (5) OR Elementary Statistics OR Statistics

3-5

CST 110

Introduction to Speech Communication

3

SDV 101

Orientation to Education/Teaching

1

13-15

Third Semester (Fall)

Course Number:

Course Name:

Credit:

BIO 101 OR CHM 111
OR PHY 201 OR PHY 241

General Biology I (w/lab) OR College Chemistry I (w/lab) OR Gen. College Physics I (w/lab) OR University Physics I (w/lab)

4

ENG 241 OR ENG 243

Survey of American Literature I OR Survey of English Literature I

3

ECO 201

Principles of Economics I (Macroeconomics)

3

HLT ***

Elective

1

PSY 200

Principles of Psychology

3

SOC ***

Elective

3

17

Fourth Semester (Spring)

Course Number:

Course Name:

Credit:

BIO 102 OR CHM 112
OR PHY 202 OR PHY 242

General Biology II (w/lab) OR College Chemistry II (w/lab) OR Gen. College Physics II (w/lab) OR University PhysicsII (w/lab)Justice System

4

ENG 242 OR ENG 244

Survey of American Literature I OR Survey of English Literature I

3

HUM ***

Humanities Elective *

6

SOC ***

Social Science Elective **

3

16

Minimum Credit hours for Degree: 60

* For a list of Humanities/Social Science ecletives, please refer to the Table of contents or Index in the Catalog.

** Since curricular needs are not the same at every institution, students should confirm requirements with the four-year college or university to which they plan to transfer so that, upon transferring, they will receive appropriate credit at that college or university. (Especially electives EDU 200, PSY 230, and PSY 235).