Sep 28, 2021
The Associate in Science Transfer degree is designed to provide the first two years of a typical college or university bachelor's degree program in mathematics, science, technical or pre-professional studies. Completion of the degree will satisfy all of the general requirements at several area colleges and universities and many of the requirements at other schools. To earn the Associate in Science transfer degree, a student must:
- Earn a minimum of 64 semester credits, of which not more than 16 may be vocational or technical credits used as general electives and which may not be developmental education credits.
- Earn a cumulative grade point average of 2.00 or higher.
- Complete the following general requirements, totaling 40 or more semester credits:
(Transfer Majors may have specific courses in math, science, social science or humanities required.)
- Students are able to communicate clearly, both written and oral using the correct medium.
- Students are able to support ideas with appropriate and adequate information.
- Demonstrate safe laboratory practices.
- Apply scientific inquiry/scientific method to answer questions about the natural world.
- Apply mathematical methods to solve real world problems.
- Evaluate the validity of mathematical solutions.
Social Science Outcomes:
- Students will demonstrate critical thinking skills in written and oral communication.
- Students will critique the diversity of human experience, individually and collectively.
- Form an aesthetic and/or ethical judgement of specific examples.
- Use the language of the discipline appropriately.
- Integrate the technology necessary in the workplace environment.
- Demonstrate knowledge in utilizing software application tools.
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(10 semester Credits)
(Take a minimum of 20 total credits of Mathematics & Science. Must take one math and one science course.)
(6 semester credits from two areas)
(3 semester credits)
(3 semester credits)
Plus Electives to Total 64 Semester Credits:
- May include up to 16 vocational/technical credits; do not include developmental courses or special needs courses.