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1 General Education at Broward College Philosophy of General Education General Education is an integral part of the learning experience at Broward College. It is designed to provide a broad foundation of knowledge, skills, and behaviors, beyond what can be found in any specific discipline or program. This prepares students to be independent, lifelong learners, assuming roles of responsibility in the global community. Broward College has established eight competencies that form the foundation of the learning outcomes in our courses. These competencies are: Read with critical comprehension Write clearly and coherently Demonstrate literacy as appropriate within a given discipline Apply problem solving skills or methods to make informed decisions in a variety of contexts Differentiate between ethical and unethical behavior Demonstrate an understanding of the physical, biological, and social environments and how individual behaviors impact this complex system. Demonstrate an understanding of and appreciation for human diversities and commonalities Speak and listen effectively The College offers four different types of degrees. These are Associate in Arts (AA), Associate in Science (AS), Associate in Applied Science (AAS), and Baccalaureate degrees (BAS, BS, and BSN). Different degrees have different General Education requirements based upon: Florida Statutes ( , , ) State Board of Education Rules (6A and 6A ) Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) Core Requirement & Comprehensive Standard Broward College s Policy (6Hx2-4.22). For AA and Baccalaureate degrees, Broward College requires a total of 36 credits of General Education coursework in five areas Communications, Humanities, Social/Behavioral Sciences, Biological/Physical Sciences, and Mathematics. Specific information follows in the next section. For AS degrees, Broward College requires 18 credits of General Education coursework in the five areas - Communications, Humanities, Social/Behavioral Sciences, Biological/Physical Sciences, and Mathematics. The specific requirements are outlined on the individual program sheets. For AAS degrees, Broward College requires 15 credits of General Education coursework in four areas Communications, Humanities, Social/Behavioral Sciences, and Mathematics/Science. The specific requirements are outlined on the individual program sheets.

2 The requirements shown below are valid beginning Fall 2015, and may not reflect degree requirements for current students. Current students should visit My BC and, under Advising, refer to the Interactive Degree Audit to see specific degree requirements for their effective term. General Education Block Transfer Guarantee for AA Degree Students: Per State Board of Education Rule 6A , once a student has been certified by an institution on the official transcript as having completed satisfactorily its prescribed general education core curriculum, regardless of whether the associate degree is conferred, no other public postsecondary institution to which he or she may transfer in Florida shall require any further such general education courses.

3 Communication (9 credits) Students take: General Education Requirement for the Associate of Arts degree Effective (August 2015) Humanities Social Sciences Sciences (6 credits) (6 credits) (9 credits) Social Sciences Behavioral Biological Physical Sciences Sciences Sciences Students take: Students take: Students take: Mathematics (6 credits) Students take: ENC 1101 and One Other Composition and One Speech Two courses from different groups At least one course must be from the Core list. Both courses can be from the Core list. One Social Science and One Behavioral Science At least one course must be from the Core list. Both courses can be from the Core list. One Biological Science and One Physical Science and One Laboratory and One Wellness At least one Biological or Physical Science course must be from the Core list. Both courses can be from the Core list. Two courses At least one course must be from the Core list. Both courses can be from the Core list. Core ENC 1101 (W) ARH 2000 (I) (Group 3) LIT 2000 (W) (Group 1) MUL 2010 (I) (Group 5) PHI 2010 (W) (Group 6) THE 2000 (Group 4) HUM 2020* AMH 2020 (W) POS 2041 (W) ANT 2000 (W)(I) ECO 2013 (W) PSY 2012 SYG 2000 (W)(I) BSC 1005 BSC 2010 BSC 2085 EVR 1001 AST 1002 CHM 1020 CHM 1045 ESC 1000 EVR 1001 PHY 1020* PHY 2048 PHY 2053 MAC 1105 MAC 2311 MGF 1106 MGF 1107 STA 2023 Tier 2 Tier 2 Tier 2 Other Composition: ENC 1102 (W) ENC 2210 (W) Speech: SPC 1024 SPC 1608 Group 1 -- Literature: AML 2010 (W) AML 2020 (W) AML 2600 (W)(I) AML 2631 (W)(I) CRW 1001 (W) CRW 1100 (W) ENG 2101 (W) ENL 2012 (W)(I) ENL 2022 (W)(I) ENL 2330 (W) LIT 2020 (W)(I) LIT 2030 (W) LIT 2110 (W)(I) LIT 2120 (W)(I) LIT 2190 (W) LIT 2310 (W) Group 2 -- Modern Foreign Languages: ASL 1140 ASL 1150 FRE 1120 (I) FRE 1121 (I) FRE 2220 (I) GER 1120 (I) GER 1121 (I) GER 2220 (I) HBR 1121 (I) HBR 2220 (I) ITA 1120 (I) ITA 1121 (I) SPN 1120 (I) SPN 1121 (I) SPN 2201 (I) SPN 2220 (I) Group 3 -- Art History: ARH 2050 (W)(I) ARH 2051 (W)(I) AMH 2010 (W) AMH 2035 (W) AMH 2091 (W)(I) EUH 1000 (W)(I) EUH 1001 (W)(I) GEA 2000(I) GEA 2030(I) GEA 2040(I) GEO 1000 (W)(I) GEO 2370 (W)(I) GEO 2420 (W)(I) INR 2002 (W)(I) LAH 1004 (I) LAH 1005 (I) POS 2112 (W) WOH 2040 (W)(I) ANT 2140 (W) ANT 2211 (W)(I) DEP 2004 (W) SYG 2010 (W) SYG 2340 (W) BOT 2010 BOT 2800 ENY 1001 ZOO 2010 Laboratories: BSC 1005L BSC 2010L BSC 2085L BOT 2010L ZOO 2010L Wellness: HLP 1081 PEM 1116 PEM 1131 PEM 1141 PEN 1171 AST 1003 AST 1004 CHM 1032 CHM 1040 CHM 1046 GLY 1010 GLY 1100 OCE 1001 PHY 1001 PHY 2049 PHY 2054 PSC 1121 Laboratories: AST 1022L CHM 1020L CHM 1032L CHM 1045L ESC 1000L GLY 1010L GLY 1100L OCE 1001L PHY 1001L PHY 2048L PHY 2053L PSC 1121L MAC 1114 MAC 1140 MAC 1147 MAC 2233 Any student who successfully completes a mathematics or natural science course for which one of the general Education Core Course options is an immediate prerequisite shall be considered to have completed the mathematics or natural science core requirement. Group 5 -- Music History: MUH 2111 (W)(I) Group 6 -- Philosophy: PHI 1100 (W) PHI 2600 (W) Group 7 -- Religion: REL 2000 (W) REL 2300 (W)(I) Group 8 -- Dance: DAN 2100 W = Writing credit course. Students must take ENC 1101; ENC 1102 or ENC 2210; and two additional writing credit courses (6 credits) to graduate. I = International/Intercultural Course. Students must take 3 credits of international/intercultural coursework to graduate. *This course is not offered at Broward College. It will be accepted as General Education Core transfer credit from other Florida colleges and state universities.

4 GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES BY AREA AND GROUP AREA 1 COMMUNICATIONS CORE ENC 1101 Composition I (C) (W) 3 OTHER COMPOSITION ENC 1102 Composition II (C) (W) 3 ENC 2210 Professional & Technical Writing 3 SPEECH COMMUNICATIONS SPC 1024 Introduction to Speech SPC 1608 Introduction to Public Speaking 3 AREA 2 HUMANITIES CORE ARH 2000 Art Appreciation (I) 3 LIT 2000 Introduction to Literature (W) 3 MUL 2010 Music Appreciation (I) 3 PHI 2010 Introduction to Philosophy (W) 3 THE 2000 Theatre Appreciation 3 HUM 2020* Introduction to Humanities* 3 GROUP 1 LITERATURE AML 2010 American Literature Colonial to 1900 (C) (W) 3 AML 2020 American Literature since 1900 (C) (W) 3 AML 2600 African American Literature (I) (W) 3 AML 2631 Hispanic American Literature (I) (W) 3 CRW 1001 Creative Writing (W) 3 CRW 1100 Fiction Writing (W) 3 ENG 2101 Film as Literature (W) 3 ENL 2012 British Literature I (C) (I) (W) 3 ENL 2022 British Literature II (C) (I) (W) 3 LIT 2020 Introduction to the Short Story (I) (W) 3 LIT 2030 Great Ideas Poetry (W) 3 LIT 2110 World Literature through the Renaissance (I) (W) 3 LIT 2120 World Literature Renaissance to the Present (I)(W) 3 LIT 2190 Caribbean Literature (I)(W) 3

5 LIT 2310 Literature of the Supernatural & Science Fiction (W) 3 GROUP 2 FOREIGN LANGUAGES ASL 1140 American Sign Language I 4 ASL 1150 American Sign Language II 4 FRE 1120 Beginning French I (C) (I) 4 FRE 1121 Beginning French II (C) (I) 4 FRE 2220 Intermediate French I (I) 4 GER 1120 Beginning German I (C) (I) 4 GER 1121 Beginning German II (C) (I) 4 GER 2220 Intermediate German I (I) 4 HBR 1121 Beginning Hebrew II (I) 4 HBR 2220 Intermediate Hebrew I (I) 4 ITA 1120 Beginning Italian I (I) 4 ITA 1121 Beginning Italian II (I) 4 SPN 1120 Beginning Spanish I (C) (I) 4 SPN 1121 Beginning Spanish II (C) (I) 4 SPN 2220 Intermediate Spanish I (I) 4 SPN 2201 Intermediate Spanish II (I) 4 GROUP 3 ART APPRECIATION ARH 2050 World Art: Prehistoric to Gothic (I) (W) 3 ARH 2051 World Art: Renaissance to Modern (I) (W) 3 GROUP 5 MUSIC APPRECIATION MUH 2111 Music History & Literature (I) (W) 3 GROUP 6 PHILOSOPHY PHI 1100 Introduction to Logic (W) 3 PHI 2600 Introduction to Ethics (W) 3 GROUP 7 RELIGION REL 2000 Introduction to the Study of Religion (W) 3 REL 2300 World Religions (I) (W) 3

6 GROUP 8 DANCE APPRECIATION DAN 2100 Dance Appreciation 3 AREA 3 SOCIAL/BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES CORE AMH 2020 History of the United States since 1877 (W) 3 ANT 2000 Introduction to Anthropology (I) (W) 3 ECO 2013 Principles of Macroeconomics (C) (W) 3 POS 2041 National Government (C) (W) 3 PSY 2012 General Psychology 3 SYG 2000 Principles of General Sociology (C) (I) (W) 3 GROUP 1 SOCIAL SCIENCE AMH 2010 History of the United States to 1877 (C) (W) 3 AMH 2035 United States 1945 to Present (W) 3 AMH 2091 Survey of African American History (I) (W) 3 EUH 1000 Western Civilization I (C) (I) (W) 3 EUH 1001 Western Civilization II (C) (I) (W) 3 GEA 2000 World Geography (I) 3 GEA 2030 Geography of the Eastern World (I) 3 GEA 2040 Geography of the Western World (I) 3 GEO 1000 Introduction to Geography (I) (W) 3 GEO 2370 Conservation of Natural Resources (I) (W) 3 GEO 2420 Introduction to Human & Cultural Geography (I) (W) 3 INR 2002 Introduction to International Relations (I) (W) 3 LAH 1004 History of the Two Americas I (I) 3 LAH 1005 History of the Two Americas II (I) 3 POS 2112 State & Local Government (W) 3 WOH 2040 World in the Twentieth Century (I) (W) 3 GROUP 2 BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE ANT 2140 Introduction to Archaeology (W) 3 ANT 2211 Introduction to World Ethnology (I) (W) 3 DEP 2004 Developmental Psychology (C) (W) 3 SYG 2010 Social Problems (W) 3 SYG 2340 Sociology of Human Sexuality (W) 3 AREA 4 SCIENCE

7 CORE AST 1002 Horizons in Astronomy 3 BSC 1005 General Biology (C) 3 BSC 2010 Introduction to Biology I 3 BSC 2085 Anatomy & Physiology I 3 CHM 1020 Introduction to Chemistry (C) 3 CHM 1045 General Chemistry I 3 ESC 1000 Earth Science 3 EVR 1001 Introduction to Environmental Science 3 PHY 2048 General Physics with Calculus I 4 PHY 2053 General Physics I 3 PHY 1020* Physics for Liberal Arts* 3 GROUP 1 BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE BOT 2010 General Botany 3 BOT 2800 Ethnobotany 3 ENY 1001 Insects, Man & the Environment 3 ZOO 2010 General Zoology 3 GROUP 2 PHYSICAL SCIENCE AST 1003 Astronomy of the Solar System 3 AST 1004 Astronomy of Stars & Galaxies 3 CHM 1032 Chemistry for Health Sciences 3 CHM 1040 General Chemistry A 3 CHM 1046 General Chemistry II 3 GLY 1010 Physical Geology 3 GLY 1100 Historical Geology 3 OCE 1001 Introductory Oceanography 3 PHY 1001 Applied Physics 3 PHY 2049 General Physics with Calculus II 4 PHY 2054 General Physics II 3 PSC 1121 Physical Sciences Survey 3 GROUP 3 BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE LABS BOT 2010L General Botany Lab 1 BSC 1005L General Biology Lab 1

8 BSC 2010L Introduction to Biology I Lab 1 BSC 2085L Anatomy & Physiology I Lab 1 ZOO 2010L General Zoology Lab 1 GROUP 3 PHYSICAL SCIENCE LABS AST 1022L Astronomy Lab 1 CHM 1020L Introduction to Chemistry Lab 1 CHM 1032L Chemistry for Health Sciences Lab 1 CHM 1045L General Chemistry I Lab 1 ESC 1000L Earth Science Lab 1 GLY 1010L Physical Geology Lab 1 GLY 1100L Historical Geology Lab 1 OCE 1001L Introductory Oceanography Lab 1 PHY 1001L Applied Physics Lab 1 PHY 2048L General Physics with Calculus I Lab 1 PHY 2053L General Physics I Lab 1 PSC 1121L Physical Sciences Lab 1 GROUP 4 WELLNESS HLP 1081 Total Wellness 2 PEM 1116 Functional Wellness 2 PEM 1131 Weight Training 2 PEM 1141 Aerobic Wellness 2 PEN 1171 Aquatic Wellness 2 AREA 5 MATHEMATICS CORE MAC 1105 College Algebra (C) 3 MAC 2311 Calculus & Analytical Geometry I 5 MGF 1106 Mathematics for Liberal Arts I 3 MGF 1107 Mathematics for Liberal Arts II (C) 3 STA 2023 Statistics 3 GROUP 1 OTHER GEN ED MATH COURSES MAC 1114 Trigonometry 3 MAC 1140 Pre-Calculus Algebra (C) 3 MAC 1147 Pre-Calculus Algebra & Trigonometry (C) 5 MAC 2233 Calculus for Business, Social & Life Sciences (C) 3

9 (*) = This course is not offered at Broward College. It will be accepted as General Education Core transfer credit from other Florida colleges and state universities. (C) = this course requirement can be satisfied through appropriate test scores on the CLEP exam. (I) = this course counts toward the international/intercultural requirement in the AA and baccalaureate degrees. (W) = this course counts toward the writing requirement in the AA and baccalaureate degrees.

10 Associate of Arts Program Code 1010 Program Description: The Associate of Arts (AA) degree is the traditional transfer degree. Students who earn the AA are able to remain at Broward College, transfer to another state college, or a state university in order to continue their education and pursue a baccalaureate degree. Career Pathway: Arts, Humanities, Communication & Design (AHCD) Program Entrance Requirements: HS Diploma or GED Additional Program Information: The Associate of Arts degree includes 36 credit hours of General Education and an additional 24 credit hours of electives. The elective credit hours should be selected based on the student s transfer major. Students are encouraged to review the state s Common Course Prerequisite Manual (www.flvc.org/partner-portal/commonprerequisite-manual) for additional guidance. Art/Design Student Advising Prior to seeking general academic advisement on their home campuses, AA students majoring in art must first seek advisement on the visual art/design course of study through the office of the Visual & Performing Arts Department on Central Campus (Building 4, Room 130) or on South Campus (Building 71, Room 105). Location(s): Courses are offered at all college locations, including online. Please consult the course schedule for specific semester locations. Bachelor Degree Majors Include: at Broward College Exceptional Student Education Middle Grades General Science Education Secondary Biology Education Middle Grades Mathematics Education Secondary Mathematics Education Environmental Science - Biosecurity Environmental Science - Physical Science Supervision & Management Technology Management Information Technology Supply Chain Management Recommended First Semester Courses at a Transfer Institution Art Dance Dramatic Arts/Theater Dance English Foreign Languages Graphic Design Journalism Mass Communications Philosophy Speech Pathology/Audiology Exempt Students ENC1101 Composition I 3 STA XXXX* 3 EVR1001 Environmental Science 3 SPC1608 Introduction to Public Speaking or SPC1024 Introduction to Speech ARH2000 Art Appreciation 3 Non-Exempt Students ENC XXXX* 3 STA XXXX* 3 EVR1001** Environmental Science 3 SPC1608 Introduction to Public Speaking or SPC1024 Introduction to Speech ARH2000 Art Appreciation 3 *The specific English and Math course will depend on the student s test score. **Registration depends on the student s test score. - Many courses have specific pre-requisite and co-requisite requirements that must be followed. Students are encouraged to consult the Course Information Table for a detailed list of all requisite requirements. If the student attends part-time (less than 12 credits), it is highly recommended that the student complete English and Math in the first term. Students are strongly encouraged to meet with an advisor to create an educational plan. Broward College 175 College Catalog

11 Associate of Arts Program Code 1010 Program Description: The Associate of Arts (AA) degree is the traditional transfer degree. Students who earn the AA are able to remain at Broward College, transfer to another state college, or a state university in order to continue their education and pursue a baccalaureate degree. Career Pathway: Business Program Entrance Requirements: HS Diploma or GED Additional Program Information: The Associate of Arts degree includes 36 credit hours of General Education and an additional 24 credit hours of electives. The elective credit hours should be selected based on the student s transfer major. Students are encouraged to review the state s Common Course Prerequisite Manual (www.flvc.org/partner-portal/common-prerequisite-manual) for additional guidance. Location(s): Courses are offered at all college locations, including online. Please consult the course schedule for specific semester locations. Bachelor Degree Majors Include: at Broward College Exceptional Student Education Middle Grades General Science Education Secondary Biology Education Middle Grades Mathematics Education Secondary Mathematics Education Environmental Science - Biosecurity Environmental Science Physical Science Supervision and Management Technology Management Information Technology Supply Chain Management at a Transfer Institution Accounting Advertising Business Economics Finance Management Hospitality Administration Leisure Service Management Public Administration Real Estate Urban and Regional Planning Recommended First Semester Courses Exempt Students ENC1101 Composition I 3 MAT/STA/MAC XXXX* 3 CGS1060C Computer and Internet Literacy 3 GEB1011 Introduction to Business 3 ACG2001 Principles of Accounting 3 ECO2013 Principles of Macroeconomics 3 Non-Exempt Students ENC XXXX* 3 MAT/STA/MAC XXXX* 3 CGS1060C Computer and Internet Literacy 3 GEB1011 Introduction to Business 3 ACG2001 Principles of Accounting 3 ECO2013** Principles of Macroeconomics 3 *The specific English and Math course will depend on the student s test score. **Registration depends on the student s test score. - Many courses have specific pre-requisite and co-requisite requirements that must be followed. Students are encouraged to consult the Course Information Table for a detailed list of all requisite requirements. If the student attends part-time (less than 12 credits), it is highly recommended that the student complete English and Math in the first term. Students are strongly encouraged to meet with an advisor to create an educational plan. Broward College 196 College Catalog

12 Associate of Arts Program Code 1010 Program Description: The Associate of Arts (AA) degree is the traditional transfer degree. Students who earn the AA are able to remain at Broward College, transfer to another state college, or a state university in order to continue their education and pursue a baccalaureate degree. Career Pathway: Education Program Entrance Requirements: HS Diploma or GED Additional Program Information: The Associate of Arts degree includes 36 credit hours of General Education and an additional 24 credit hours of electives. The elective credit hours should be selected based on the student s transfer major. Students are encouraged to review the state s Common Course Prerequisite Manual (www.flvc.org/partner-portal/common-prerequisite-manual) for additional guidance. Location(s): Courses are offered at all college locations, including online. Please consult the course schedule for specific semester locations. Bachelor Degree Majors Include: at Broward College Exceptional Student Education Middle Grades General Science Education Secondary Biology Education Middle Grades Mathematics Education Secondary Mathematics Education Environmental Science - Biosecurity Environmental Science - Physical Science Supervision & Management Technology Management Information Technology Supply Chain Management at a Transfer Institution Art Teacher Education Chemistry Teacher Education Early Childhood Education English Teacher Education Foreign Language Teacher Education Health Teacher Education Music Teacher Education Social Science Teacher Education Recommended First Semester Courses Exempt Students ENC1101 Composition I 3 MAT/STA/MAC XXXX* 3 SPC1608 SPC1024 Introduction to Public Speaking or Introduction to Speech PSY2012 General Psychology or SYG2000 Principles of Sociology 3 EDF1005 Introduction to Education 3 Non-Exempt Students ENC XXXX* 3 MAT/STA/MAC XXXX* 3 SPC1608 SPC1024 Introduction to Public Speaking or Introduction to Speech PSY2012 General Psychology or SYG2000** Principles of Sociology 3 EDF1005** Introduction to Education 3 *The specific English and Math course will depend on the student s test score. **Registration depends on the student s test score. - Many courses have specific pre-requisite and co-requisite requirements that must be followed. Students are encouraged to consult the Course Information Table for a detailed list of all requisite requirements. If the student attends part-time (less than 12 credits), it is highly recommended that the student complete English and Math in the first term. Students are strongly encouraged to meet with an advisor to create an educational plan. Broward College 233 College Catalog

13 Associate of Arts Program Code 1010 Program Description: The Associate of Arts (AA) degree is the traditional transfer degree. Students who earn the AA are able to remain at Broward College, transfer to another state college, or a state university in order to continue their education and pursue a baccalaureate degree. Career Pathway: Health Sciences Program Entrance Requirements: HS Diploma or GED Additional Program Information: The Associate of Arts degree includes 36 credit hours of General Education and an additional 24 credit hours of electives. The elective credit hours should be selected based on the student s transfer major. Students are encouraged to review the state s Common Course Prerequisite Manual (www.flvc.org/partner-portal/common-prerequisite-manual) for additional guidance. Location(s): Courses are offered at all college locations, including online. Please consult the course schedule for specific semester locations. Bachelor Degree Majors Include: at Broward College Exceptional Student Education Middle Grades General Science Education Secondary Biology Education Middle Grades Mathematics Education Secondary Mathematics Education Environmental Science - Biosecurity Environmental Science - Physical Science Supervision & Management Technology Management Information Technology Supply Chain Management at a Transfer Institution Dietetics Food Science Nutrition Health Service Administration Medical Technology Nutritional Science Pharmacy Pre-Medical/Dental Pre-Occupational Therapy Pre-Veterinary Medicine Radiologic (Medical) Technology Therapeutic Recreation Recommended First Semester Courses Exempt Students ENC1101 Composition I 3 STA/MAT/MAC XXXX* 3 SPC1608 Introduction to Public Speaking or SPC1024 Introduction to Speech PSY2012 General Psychology 3 BSC2085 Anatomy and Physiology 3 BSC2085L Anatomy and Physiology Lab 1 Non-Exempt Students ENC XXXX* 3 STA/MAT/MAC XXXX* 3 SPC1608 Introduction to Public Speaking or SPC1024 Introduction to Speech PSY2012 General Psychology 3 BSC2085** Anatomy and Physiology 3 BSC2085L** Anatomy and Physiology Lab 1 *The specific English and Math course will depend on the student s test score. **Registration depends on the student s test score. - Many courses have specific pre-requisite and co-requisite requirements that must be followed. Students are encouraged to consult the Course Information Table for a detailed list of all requisite requirements. If the student attends part-time (less than 12 credits), it is highly recommended that the student complete English and Math in the first term. Broward College 258 College Catalog

14 Associate of Arts Program Code 1010 Program Description: The Associate of Arts (AA) degree is the traditional transfer degree. Students who earn the AA are able to remain at Broward College, transfer to another state college, or a state university in order to continue their education and pursue a baccalaureate degree. Career Pathway: Industry, Manufacturing, Construction & Transportation (IMCT) Program Entrance Requirements: HS Diploma or GED Additional Program Information: The Associate of Arts degree includes 36 credit hours of General Education and an additional 24 credit hours of electives. The elective credit hours should be selected based on the student s transfer major. Students are encouraged to review the state s Common Course Prerequisite Manual (www.flvc.org/partner-portal/common-prerequisite-manual) for additional guidance. Location(s): Courses are offered at all college locations, including online. Please consult the course schedule for specific semester locations. Bachelor Degree Majors Include: at Broward College Exceptional Student Education Middle Grades General Science Education Secondary Biology Education Middle Grades Mathematics Education Secondary Mathematics Education Environmental Science - Biosecurity Environmental Science - Physical Science Supervision & Management Technology Management Information Technology Supply Chain Management Recommended First Semester Courses Exempt Students ENC1101 Composition I 3 MAT/STA/MAC XXXX* 3 CGS1060C Computer and Internet Literacy 3 SPC1608 SPC1024 Introduction to Public Speaking or Introduction to Speech ASC1010 History of Aviation or EET1084C Introduction to Electronics or BCT2760 Building Codes and Regulation 3 at a Transfer Institution Aerospace Engineering Architecture Interior Design Transportation Management Urban and Regional Planning Non-Exempt Students ENC XXXX* 3 MAT/STA/MAC XXXX* 3 CGS1060C Computer and Internet Literacy 3 SPC1608 SPC1024 Introduction to Public Speaking or Introduction to Speech ASC1010 History of Aviation or EET1084C Introduction to Electronics or BCT2760 Building Codes and Regulation 3 *The specific English and Math course will depend on the student s test score. **Registration depends on the student s test score. - Many courses have specific pre-requisite and co-requisite requirements that must be followed. Students are encouraged to consult the Course Information Table for a detailed list of all requisite requirements. If the student attends part-time (less than 12 credits), it is highly recommended that the student complete English and Math in the first term. Students are strongly encouraged to meet with an advisor to create an educational plan. Broward College 334 College Catalog

15 Associate of Arts Program Code 1010 Program Description: The Associate of Arts (AA) degree is the traditional transfer degree. Students who earn the AA are able to remain at Broward College, transfer to another state college, or a state university in order to continue their education and pursue a baccalaureate degree. Career Pathway: Public Safety Program Entrance Requirements: HS Diploma or GED Additional Program Information: The Associate of Arts degree includes 36 credit hours of General Education and an additional 24 credit hours of electives. The elective credit hours should be selected based on the student s transfer major. Students are encouraged to review the state s Common Course Prerequisite Manual (www.flvc.org/partner-portal/common-prerequisite-manual) for additional guidance. Location(s): Courses are offered at all college locations, including online. Please consult the course schedule for specific semester locations. Bachelor Degree Majors Include: at Broward College Exceptional Student Education Middle Grades General Science Education Secondary Biology Education Middle Grades Mathematics Education Secondary Mathematics Education Environmental Science - Biosecurity Environmental Science - Physical Science Supervision & Management Technology Management Information Technology Supply Chain Management at a Transfer Institution Criminal Justice Fire and Emergency Services Pre-Law Public Administration Recommended First Semester Courses Exempt Students ENC1101 Composition I 3 MAT/STA/MAC XXXX* 3 PSY2012 General Psychology or SYG2000 Principles of Sociology 3 CGS1060C Computer and Internet Literacy or POS2041 National Government 3 CCJ1020 Introduction to Criminal Justice 3 Non-Exempt Students ENC XXXX* 3 MAT/STA/MAC XXXX* 3 PSY2012 General Psychology or SYG2000** Principles of Sociology 3 CGS1060C Computer and Internet Literacy or POS2041** National Government 3 CCJ1020 Introduction to Criminal Justice 3 *The specific English and Math course will depend on the student s test score. **Registration depends on the student s test score. - Many courses have specific pre-requisite and co-requisite requirements that must be followed. Students are encouraged to consult the Course Information Table for a detailed list of all requisite requirements. If the student attends part-time (less than 12 credits), it is highly recommended that the student complete English and Math in the first term. Students are strongly encouraged to meet with an advisor to create an educational plan. Broward College 375 College Catalog

16 Associate of Arts Program Code 1010 Program Description: The Associate of Arts (AA) degree is the traditional transfer degree. Students who earn the AA are able to remain at Broward College, transfer to another state college, or a state university in order to continue their education and pursue a baccalaureate degree. Career Pathway: Social Behavioral Science & Human Services Program Entrance Requirements: HS Diploma or GED Additional Program Information: The Associate of Arts degree includes 36 credit hours of General Education and an additional 24 credit hours of electives. The elective credit hours should be selected based on the student s transfer major. Students are encouraged to review the state s Common Course Prerequisite Manual (www.flvc.org/partner-portal/common-prerequisite-manual) for additional guidance. Location(s): Courses are offered at all college locations, including online. Please consult the course schedule for specific semester locations. Bachelor Degree Majors Include: at Broward College Exceptional Student Education Middle Grades General Science Education Secondary Biology Education Middle Grades Mathematics Education Secondary Mathematics Education Environmental Science - Biosecurity Environmental Science - Physical Science Supervision & Management Technology Management Information Technology Supply Chain Management Recommended First Semester Courses Exempt Students ENC1101 Composition I 3 STA XXXX* 3 SPC1608 SPC1024 Introduction to Public Speaking or Introduction to Speech PSY2012 General Psychology 3 ARH2000 Art Appreciation or DAN2100 Dance Appreciation or MUL2010 Music Appreciation or THE2000 Theatre Appreciation 3 at a Transfer Institution African American Studies Anthropology Geography History International Relations Latin American Studies Political Science Psychology Social Work Sociology Women s Studies Non-Exempt Students ENC XXXX* 3 STA XXXX* 3 SPC1608 SPC1024 Introduction to Public Speaking or Introduction to Speech PSY2012 General Psychology 3 ARH2000 Art Appreciation or DAN2100 Dance Appreciation or MUL2010 Music Appreciation or THE2000 Theatre Appreciation 3 *The specific English and Math course will depend on the student s test score. - Many courses have specific pre-requisite and co-requisite requirements that must be followed. Students are encouraged to consult the Course Information Table for a detailed list of all requisite requirements. If the student attends part-time (less than 12 credits), it is highly recommended that the student complete English and Math in the first term. Students are strongly encouraged to meet with an advisor to create an educational plan. Broward College 441 College Catalog

17 Associate of Arts Program Code 1010 Program Description: The Associate of Arts (AA) degree is the traditional transfer degree. Students who earn the AA are able to remain at Broward College, transfer to another state college, or a state university in order to continue their education and pursue a baccalaureate degree. Career Pathway: Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM) Program Entrance Requirements: HS Diploma or GED Additional Program Information: The Associate of Arts degree includes 36 credit hours of General Education and an additional 24 credit hours of electives. The elective credit hours should be selected based on the student s transfer major. Students are encouraged to review the state s Common Course Prerequisite Manual (www.flvc.org/partner-portal/common-prerequisite-manual) for additional guidance. Location(s): Courses are offered at all college locations, including online. Please consult the course schedule for specific semester locations. Bachelor Degree Majors Include: at Broward College Exceptional Student Education Middle Grades General Science Education Secondary Biology Education Middle Grades Mathematics Education Secondary Mathematics Education Environmental Science - Biosecurity Environmental Science - Physical Science Supervision & Management Technology Management Information Technology Supply Chain Management Recommended First Semester Courses Exempt Students ENC1101 Composition I 3 MAT/MAC XXXX* 3 SPC1608 SPC1024 Introduction to Public Speaking or Introduction to Speech CHM1045 General Chemistry I 3 CHM1045L General Chemistry I Lab 1 HLP1081 Total Wellness 2 at a Transfer Institution Actuarial Science Astronomy Biochemistry Civil Engineering Coastal and Ocean Engineering Computer Science Forensic Science Geology Information Sciences Management Information Systems Nuclear Engineering Non-Exempt Students ENC XXXX* 3 MAT//MAC XXXX* 3 SPC1608 SPC1024 Introduction to Public Speaking or Introduction to Speech CHM1045** General Chemistry I 3 CHM1045L** General Chemistry I Lab 1 HLP1081 Total Wellness 2 *The specific English and Math course will depend on the student s test score. **Registration depends on the student s test score. - Many courses have specific pre-requisite and co-requisite requirements that must be followed. Students are encouraged to consult the Course Information Table for a detailed list of all requisite requirements. If the student attends part-time (less than 12 credits), it is highly recommended that the student complete English and Math in the first term. Students are strongly encouraged to meet with an advisor to create an educational plan. Broward College 398 College Catalog

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