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1 Criminal Justice USC Upstate General Education Requirements (4-44 hours) Group I Communication (9 hours) English 101 English 102 Speech 201 Group II Mathematics, Logic, and Natural Science (10 hours) Math 120, 121, or higher Logic 205 or 207 Lab Science (any hr. science class with accompanying lab) - Astronomy 111/L - Biology 110/L - Chemistry 101/L, 106/L, 109/L - Geography 201/L - Geology 101/L, 102/L, 10/L, 121/12L - Physics 101/L Group III Information Technology ( hours) Computer Science 18 or Information Management 101 Group IV Fine Arts, Humanities, and History (6 hours) Fine Arts (1 course) - African-American Studies Art History 101, 105, Music 110, Theatre 161, 170 History (1 course) - History 101, 102, 105, 106 Group V Foreign Language (6 hours) Two courses: - French 101, German 101, Spanish 101, Chinese 101, American Sign Language 101, 102 *Students who place in to the 102 level of a language must complete hours of language and will have an additional hours in electives. *Students who place in to the 201 level or higher of a language satisfy the language requirement but will have an additional 6 hours in electives. *It is not necessary for all 6 hours to be from the same language. Group VI Social and Behavioral Science (9 hours) Psychology 101 Sociology 101 American National Government (POLI 101) Group VII General Education Electives (0 hours) Any General Education approved course(s)

2 Elementary Education USC Columbia General Education Requirements (45 hours with 6 specific hours from the list below) College Level Writing I and II (6 hours) ENGL 101 and ENGL 102 Analytical/Math Courses (two courses) MATH 122 ( hours); MATH 141 (4 hours); MATH 142 (4 hours); MATH 170 ( hours); MATH 172 ( hours); PHIL 110 ( hours); CSCE 101 ( hours); CSCE 102 ( hours); CSCE 145 (4 hours); STAT 110 ( hours) or STAT 112 ( hours); STAT 201 ( hours); STAT 205 ( hours) Life Science (one course) BIOL 110 or 120 and 120L Physical Science (one course) ASTR 111 and 111A; CHEM 105; PHYS 101 and 101L Three science courses are required. At least one must have a lab. Earth Science (one course) ENVR 101 or 200; GEOL 101, 10, or 201; MSCI 210 or 215 Social Studies/History HIST 111 or 112 ( hours) POLI 101 or 201 ( hours) ECON 221, 222, or 224 ( hours) GEOG 121 or 210 ( hours) Aesthetic and Interpretive Understanding (one course) ARTE 101 or 260 ( hours); ARTH 105 or 106 ( hrs); ARTS 10 or 104 ( hrs); CLAS 220 ( hrs); CPTL 270 ( hrs); DANC 101 ( hrs); ENGL 270, 282, 28, 284, 285, 286, 287, or 288 ( hrs); FILM 110, 180, or 240 ( hrs); FREN 290 ( hrs); GERM 290 ( hrs); MART 110 or 210 ( hrs); MUSC 110, 11, 114, 115, or 140 ( hrs); RUSS 280 ( hrs); SPAN 220 ( hrs); THEA 170, 181, or 200 ( hrs) Effective, Engaged, and Persuasive Communication (one course) SPCH 140 ( hours); SAEL 200 ( hours); PHIL 25 ( hours) Information Literacy (one course) SLIS 202 ( hours); LIBR 101 (1) can t meet stand-alone requirement Values, Ethics, and Social Responsibility (one course) BIOL 208 ( hours); HIST 108 ( hours); PHIL 10, 211, 20, 21, 22 or 25 ( hours); POLI 0 ( hours); SAEL 200 ( hours) Courses meet both VSR and CMS requirement Recommended: Students should take the Foreign Language placement test. If the score is 2 or higher, foreign language can be exempted. If foreign language is needed, the following are acceptable: 6 hours from the same language: FREN 109 and 110; GERM 109 and 110; GERM 111 (6 hours); LATN 109 and 110; SPAN 109 and 110; SPAN 111 (6 hours) -or- 4 hours from the following: ARAB 121, CHIN 121, GREK 121, ITAL 121, JAPA 121, PORT 121, or RUSS 121 Students should take the Math (Algebra) placement test. If the score indicates College Algebra is needed, students should take either MATH 111 or MATH 111I.

3 RN-BSN USC Upstate General Education Requirements (61 hours) *Students must have completed all general education course requirements, hold an ADN or diploma in Nursing, and have an unencumbered RN license prior to acceptance.* USC Upstate Courses *All courses must be completed with a C or better.* Hours SC Technical College Courses **Recommended Course Transfer Equivalencies** Composition: ENGL 101 ENG 101 Composition & Literature: ENGL 102 ENG 102 Public Speaking: SPCH 201 SPC 205 Introduction to Psychology: PSYC 101 PSY 201 Developmental Psychology: PSYC 02 PSY 20 Introduction to Sociology: SOCY 101 SOC 101 Foreign Culture - Anthropology Art - Economics 50 - English 275, 289, 19, 22, 42 - Geography 121, 212, 40 - Government & International Studies 10, 26, 27, 420, History 112, 5, 6, 7, 40, 41, 4, 60, 61, 70, 71, 72, 91 - Foreign Language (not 10) - Religion 10 - Government 420 AHS 102; ANT 101; ART 101; MUS 105; THE 101; ENG 205, 206, ; HIS 101, 102, 104, 105, 112, 115; Foreign Language 101, 102, 201, 202; REL 101, 201 Chemistry of Living Things: CHEM 109/L 4 CHM 105 or Human Anatomy: BIOL 22/L 4 BIO 210 & 211 or Human Physiology: BIOL 242/L 4 BIO 210 & 211 or Microbiology: BIOL 0/L 4 BIO College Math: MATH 120, 121 1, 126 MAT 10, 109, 110 Statistics: MATH 102, 202, PSYC 225 1, SOCY 201 MAT 120, 220 American National Government: POLI 101 PSC 201; HIS 201, 202 Fine Arts ART 101, MUS 105, THE 101 History: HIST 101, 102, 105, or 106 HIS 101, 102, 104, 105, 106, 112, 115, 201, 202 Introduction to Computer Technology: CSCI 18 CPT 101 Humanities: One course selected from the following (no more than hours in a single discipline in the fine arts): American Literature; American Studies; Art; English Literature, Linguistics, Film, or Writing; History; Literature in a foreign language; Music; Philosophy; Religion; Speech; Theatre; World Literature; Women s Studies ART 101; ENG 201, 202, 205, 206, 208, 209; MUS 105; PHI 101, 110; REL 101, 201; THE 101 Elective Hours

4 BLS/BOL USC Columbia General Education Requirements (44-5 hours) CMW: Effective, Engaged, and Persuasive Communication: Writing (6 hours) *Grade of C or better* ENGL 101 () - SC Technical College Course: ENG 101 ENGL 102 CMW and INF: Info Literacy () - SC Technical College Course: ENG 102 SPCH 140: Public Speaking () - USC Palmetto College Campus Course: SPCH 201 or COMM SC Technical College Course: SPC 205 GFL: Global Citizenship and Multicultural Understanding: Communicating Effectively in More than One Language: Foreign Language (0-9 hours) *Demonstration of proficiency in one foreign language equivalent to the minimal passing grade on exit exam in the 122 course. Students transferring credit equivalent to a 109 and 110 course, may enroll in a 122 course to complete the required sequence.* - USC Palmetto College Campus Courses: FREN 109, 110, 122; GERM 109, 110, 122; SPAN 109, 121, SC Technical College Courses: FRE 101, 102 (equivalent to FREN 109, 110); GER 101, 102 (equivalent to GERM 109, 110); SPA 101, 102 (equivalent to SPAN 109, 110), 122 ARP: Analytical Reasoning and Problem Solving (6 hours) Option 1: MATH 122 or 141 and CSCE 101 (or higher) or STAT 201 or PHIL 110 or SC Technical College Courses: MAT 10 or 140 and CPT 101, 111, 112, 114, 12, 204, 211, 2, 244, 264 or PHI 105, 106 or MAT 120, 165 Option 2: MATH 122 or 141 and one higher level math such as MATH 170 or SC Technical College Courses: MAT 10 or 140 and MAT 122 or 141 Option : CSCE 101 and 102 or STAT 110 and 201 or PHIL 110 and SC Technical College Courses: CPT 101 and 111 or MAT 120 and 220 or PHI 105 and 106 SCI: Scientific Literacy (8 hours) Two laboratory courses from: ANTH 161*; BIOL 101/101L, 102/102L, 110, 120/120L, 206*, 208*, 24/24L, 244/244L, 270/270L; CHEM 105, 111, 141*, ENVR 101/101L*; GEOG 104*, 201*, 202*; GEOL 101*, 10*, 110*, 205*, 215/215L*, 20*; MSCI 101*, 102*, 210/210L*, 215/215L*; PHYS 201/201L*, 202/202L*, 211/211L*, 212/212L* - The two courses do not have to be in the same field. o Credit cannot be given for BIOL 110 and BIOL 120/120L. o Credit cannot be given for PHYS 151 and 15 or for PHYS 151 and 155. o Credit cannot be given for MSCI 215/215L and GEOL 215/215L. - SC Technical College Courses: BIO 101, 102, 105, 112, 210, 211, 205, 206; CHM 107, 110; PHY 201, 202, 221, 222 AIU: Aesthetic and Interpretive Understanding: Fine Arts or Literature ( hours) Choose one: ARTE 101, 260*; ARTH 105, 106; ARTS 10, 104; CLAS 220*; CPLT 270*; DANC 101*; ENGL 270*, 282, 28*, 284, 285*, 286, 287, 288; FILM 110*, 180*, 240*; FREN 290*; GERM 290*; MART 110*, 210*; MUSC 110, 11*, 114, 115*, 140*; RUSS 280*; SPAN 220*; THEA 170, 181*, SC Technical College Courses: ART 101, 107, 108, 111, 112; ARV 121, 122, 12; ENGL 201**, 202**, 20, 205, 206, 208**, 209**, 210**, 211**, 212**, 214, 218, 222, 20**, 24**, 25**, 26** (no direct equivalencies; will transfer as ENGL 200); MUS 105, 110; THE 101, 105**, 125, 205** (no direct equivalencies; will transfer as THEA 100) GHS: Global Citizenship and Multicultural Understanding: Historical Thinking ( hours) One of the following: HIST 101, 102, 104, 105, 106, 109, 111, 112, 214*, or GERM 280* - USC Palmetto College Campus Courses: HIST 101, 102, 105, 106, 109, 201, or SC Technical College Courses: HIS 101, 102, 106, 107, 108, 109, 201, or 202

5 CMS: Effective, Engaged, and Persuasive Communication: Spoken Component ( hours) SPCH 140 GSS: Global Citizenship and Multicultural Understanding: Social Science ( hours) Recommended (choose one depending on chosen track): SOCY 101, CRJU 101, PSYC SC Technical College Courses: SOC 101, CRJ 101, PSY 201 VSR: Values, Ethics, and Social Responsibility ( hours) PHIL 102 (required) and one from PHIL 211* or POLI SC Technical College Courses: PHI 101 (required) and PSC 201 Additional Arts and Sciences Electives (6 hours) Choose two, each should come from a different discipline: ENGL (200 level), HIST, CRJU, PSYC, SOCY - SC Technical College Courses: ENG 201, 202, 20, 205, 206, 208, 209, 210, 211, 212, 214, 218, 222, 20, 24, 25, 26, 28, 260; HIS 20, 25; CRJ 115, 125, 10, 220, 242

6 Business Administration USC Aiken General Education Requirements USC Aiken Required Courses for Business Degree USC Regional Campus Qualifying Courses South Carolina Technical College Qualifying Courses English 9 Hours ENGL 101: Composition ENGL 101: Critical Reading/Comp. ENG 101: English Composition I ENGL 102: Composition and Lit. ENGL 102: Rhetoric/Composition ENG 102: English Composition II English Literature (200 and above) ENGL 270: World Literature* ENGL 282: Fiction* ENGL 28: Themes in British Writing* ENGL 284: Drama* ENGL 285: Themes in American Writing* ENGL 286: Poetry* ENGL 287: American Literature* ENGL 288: English Literature* ENG 201: American Literature I* ENG 202: American Literature II* ENG 20: American Literature Survey* ENG 205: English Literature I* ENG 206: English Literature II* ENG 208: World Literature I* ENG 209: World Literature II* ENG 210: Asian Literature (also Non- ENG 211: African Literature (also Non- ENG 212: Latin American Literature (also Non- ENG 21: Short Fiction* ENG 214: Fiction* ENG 218: Drama* ENG 222: Poetry* ENG 226: The Modern Novel* ENG 20: Women in Literature* ENG 24: Survey in Minority Literature* ENG 25: Southern Literature* ENG 26: African-American Literature* Mathematics 6 Hours MATH 170: Finite Math MATH 170: Finite Math MAT 122: Finite College Math MATH 122: Survey of Calculus MATH 122: Calculus for BA and SS MAT 10: Elementary Calculus MAT 140: Analytical Geo/Calc. I MAT 141: Analytical Geo/Calc. II Communications Hours COMM 241: Public Speaking or COMM 201: Interpersonal Comm. SPCH 140: Public Speaking SPC 205: Public Speaking SPC 209: Interpersonal Comm. Economics 6 Hours ECON 221: Macroeconomics ECON 222: Macroeconomics ECO 210: Macroeconomics ECON 222: Microeconomics ECON 221: Microeconomics ECO 211: Microeconomics Natural Science 7-8 Hours BIOL 101 & 101L: Biological Principles I BIOL 102 & 102L: Biological Principles II BIOL 110: General Biology BIOL 200 & 200L: Plant Science BIOL 24 & 24L: Human Anatomy and Physiology I BIOL 244 & 244L: Human Anatomy and Physiology II BIOL 250 & 250L: Microbiology BIOL 270 & 270L: Intro to Environmental Biology CHEM 101: Fundamental Chemistry I CHEM 102: Fundamental Chemistry II AST 101: Solar System AST 102: Stellar Astronomy BIO 101: Biological Science I BIO 102: Biological Science II BIO 201: Zoology BIO 202: Botany BIO 205 & 206: Ecology & Ecology Lab (need both) BIO 201 & 211: Anatomy & Physiology I & II (need both) BIO 215: Human Anatomy BIO 216: Human Physiology BIO 225: Microbiology BIO 240: Nutrition

7 CHEM 105: Chemistry and Modern Society I CHEM 111: General Chemistry I CHEM 112: General Chemistry II CHEM & L: Organic Chemistry I CHEM 4: Organic Chemistry II PHYS 101 & 101L: Physics/How Things Work I PHYS 102 & 102L: Physics/How Things Work II PHYS 201 & 201L: General Physics I PHYS 202 & 202L: General Physics II PHYS 211 & 211L: Essentials of Physics I PHYS 212 & 212L: Essentials of Physics II MSCI 210 & 210L: Oceans/Man Foreign Language 6-8 Hours (same language) FREN 109: Beginning French I FREN 110: Beginning French II GERM 109: Beginning German I GERM 110: Beginning German II SPAN 109: Beginning Spanish I SPAN 110: Beginning Spanish II Social and Behavioral Sciences Hours ANTH 101: Primates, People, and Prehistory ANTH 102: Understanding Other Cultures (also Non-Western) POLI 201: American National Government* PSYC 101: Intro. to Psychology PSYC 10: Psychology of Adjustment PSYC 420: Survey of Developmental Psychology PSYC 521: Psychology of Adolescence SOCY 101: Introductory Sociology SOCY 05: Sociology of the Family SOCY 40: Introduction to Social Problems SOCY 57: Sociology of Education Humanities 6 Hours ARTE 101: Intro. to Art ARTE 105: History of Western Art I ARTE 106: Hist. of Western Art II ENGL 270: World Literature ENGL 282: Fiction* ENGL 28: Themes in British Writing* ENGL 284: Drama* ENGL 285: Themes in American Writing* ENGL 286: Poetry* ENGL 287: American Literature* CHM 105: General Organic & Biochemistry CHM 106: Contemporary Chemistry I CHM 107: Contemporary Chemistry II CHM 110: College Chemistry I CHM 111: College Chemistry II CHM 112: College Chemistry III CHM 211: Organic Chemistry I CHM 212: Organic Chemistry II CHM 227: Forensic Science Chemistry PHY 101: Physical Science I PHY 201: Physics I PHY 202: Physics II PHY 221: University Physics I PHY 222: University Physics II FRE 101: Elementary French I FRE 102: Elementary French II FRE 201: Intermediate French I FRE 202: Intermediate French II GER 101: Elementary German I GER 102: Elementary German II GER 201: Intermediate German I GER 202: Intermediate German II SPA 101: Beginning Spanish I SPA 102: Beginning Spanish II SPA 201: Intermediate Spanish I SPA 202: Intermediate Spanish II ANT 101: General Anthropology or ANT 20: Physical Anthropology ANT 102: Cultural Anthropology GEO 101: Introduction to Geography GEO 102: World Geography EGO 260: Economic/Cultural Geography PSC 201: American Government* PSC 205: Politics and Government PSC 215: State and Local Government PSC 220: Intro. to International Relations SOC 101: Introduction to Sociology SOC 102: Marriage and the Family SOC 205: Social Problems SOC 206: Social Psychology SOC 210: Juvenile Delinquency SOC 20: Introduction to Gerontology ART 101: Hist./Apprec. of Art ART 107: Hist. of Early Western Art ART 108: History of Western Art ENG 201: American Literature I ENG 202: American Literature II* ENG 20: American Lit. Survey* ENG 205: English Literature I* ENG 206: English Literature II* ENG 208: World Literature I* ENG 209: World Literature II*

8 World History Hours ENGL 288: English Literature* HIST 101: European Civilization I* HIST 102: European Civilization II* HIST 105: Intro. to East Asian Civilization (also Non-Western) HIST 106: Intro to African History (also Non-Western) HIST 109: Latin American Civilization (also Non-Western) HIST 111: History of the United States I* HIST 112: History of the United States II* HIST 47: Middle East in Modern Times (also Non-Western) MUSC 110: Intro. to Music PHIL 102: Intro. to Philosophy RELG 20: Comparative Religion (also Non-Western) THEA 200: Understanding and Appreciation of Theatre HIST 101: European Civilization I* HIST 102: European Civilization II* American Political Institutions Hours POLI 201: American National Government* HIST 111: History of the United States I* HIST 112: History of the United States II* Business Lower Level 12 Hours BADM 225: Princ. of Financial ACCT 225: Intro. to Financial Accounting Management ENG 210: Asian Literature (also Non- ENG 211: African Literature (also Non- ENG 212: Latin American Literature (also Non- ENG 21: Short Fiction* ENG 214: Fiction* ENG 218: Drama* ENG 222: Poetry* ENG 226: The Modern Novel* ENG 20: Women in Literature* ENG 24: Survey in Minority Lit.* ENG 25: Southern Literature* ENG 26: African-American Lit.* HIS 101: Western Civ. to 1689* HIS 102: Western Civ. post 1689* HIS 104: World History I* HIS 105: World History II* HIS 108: Intro. to African Hist. (also Non- HIS 109: Intro. to Latin Amer. Civ. (also Non- HIS 112: Non-Western Civ. (also Non- HIS 11: Native American History HIS 115: African-American History HIS 201: American History-Discovery to 1877* HIS 202: American History-1877 to Present* HIS 215: History and Literature of the Bible HIS 216: Comparative Religion HSS 101: Introduction to Humanities MUS 105: Music Appreciation PHI 101: Introduction to Philosophy PHI 108: Critical Reasoning PHI 110: Ethics PHI 115: Contemporary Moral Issues PHI 201: History of Philosophy REL 102: Introduction to Biblical Study REL 10: Comparative Religion or REL 201: Religions of the World THE 101: Introduction to Theatre HIS 101: Western Civ. to 1689* HIS 102: Western Civ. post 1689* HIS 104: World History I* HIS 105: World History II* PSC 201: American Government* HIS 201: American History-Discovery to 1877* HIS 202: American History-1877 to Present* ACC 101: Accounting Princ. I**

9 BADM 226: Princ. of Managerial Accounting BADM 290: Business Applications Software BADM 296: Statistics ACCT 226: Intro. to Managerial Accounting MGSC 290: Computer Information Systems in Business MGSC 291: Statistics for Business and Economics ACC 102: Accounting Princ. II*** CPT 101: Introduction to Computers (if taken in the last 5 years) CPT 170: Microcomputer Applications (if taken in the last 5 years) MAT 120: Probability and Statistics BUS 240: Statistics *Course can only be used for one requirement. For example, if HIST 111 is used for the American History requirement, it cannot be used for the Humanities requirement. **BADM 225 requirement can also be met with ACC 111 and ACC 112 (must take both). ***BADM 225 and 226 requirements can also be met with ACC 111, ACC 112, and ACC 115 (need all three).

10 Human Services USC Beaufort General Education Requirements I. General Education Requirements Course Title Hours ENGL 101 Composition -4 ENGL 101L ENGL 102 Composition and Literature Numerical and Analytical Courses from: MATH 101, 111, 111L, or a higher level -4 Reasoning Math mathematics course Numerical and Analytical Courses from: MATH, PHIL, STAT, or CSCI Reasoning Math, Logic, Statistics, or Computer Science COMM 140 or 20 Public Communication Business and Professional Speaking Liberal Arts Humanities and Social/Behavioral Sciences Courses from: AFAM, ANTH, ARTH, ARTS, ECON, ENGL, FREN, GEOG, GERM, HIST, MUSC, PHIL, POLI, PSYC, RELG, SOCY, SPAN, COMM, or THEA. Human Services transfer students may have taken a Human Services course that Liberal Arts Humanities and Social/Behavioral Sciences may fulfill hours of this requirement. Courses from: AFAM, ANTH, ARTH, ARTS, ECON, ENGL, FREN, GEOG, GERM, HIST, MUSC, PHIL, POLI, PSYC, RELG, SOCY, SPAN, COMM, or THEA. Liberal Arts History History 101, 102, 111, 112 Liberal Arts Fine Arts Courses from: ARTH, ARTS, MUSC, or THEA Liberal Arts Social/Behavioral Sciences Courses from: ANTH, ECON, GEOG, HMSV, POLI, PSYC, or SOCY. Human Services major prerequisites may be used to satisfy this requirement. Natural Science Courses from: ASTR, BIOL, CHEM, MSCI, or PHYS Natural Science Lab Courses from: ASTR, BIOL, CHEM, MSCI, or PHYS 1 Natural Science Courses from: ASTR, BIOL, CHEM, MSCI, or PHYS Natural Science Lab Courses from: ASTR, BIOL, CHEM, MSCI, or PHYS 1 Foreign Language Foreign Language Global Citizenship & Multicultural Understanding II. Program Requirements Courses from: FREN, GERM, or SPAN Proficiency: Courses from: FREN, GERM, or SPAN Proficiency: Courses from: ANTH 102, ANTH 17, ARTH 49, ENGL 291, GEOG 121, GLST 01, RELG 20, SOCY 15, or any non- Western History course Course Title Hours PSYC 101 Introduction to Psychology SOCY 101 Introduction to Sociology Statistics Courses from: STAT 110, STAT 201, or MGSC 291 Research Methods Courses from: PSYC 200, SOCY 497, or BADM

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