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1 DEGREES AND CERTIFICATES For students who intend to continue their education at a four-year degree granting institution To receive the A.S. degree, students must satisfactorily complete Program requirements. This includes 35 credits to meet the general education core requirements. Transferable General Education Common Core The general education common core was developed through collaboration of New Mexico s public postsecondary institutions to facilitate transfer of students between New Mexico s institutions of higher education. For students enrolled at any public institution in New Mexico, the general education common core courses will transfer to any other New Mexico public college or university and apply toward associate and baccalaureate degree program requirements. (Students preparing for careers in engineering, health sciences, or other profession-related fields are advised that some of this coursework may not transfer toward general education requirements but in most cases will apply toward elective requirements.) Transferable The degree is intended for transfer to a four-year baccalaureate granting institution. Institutions vary significantly regarding the science and math courses they require and accept in transfer toward completion of specific degree programs. Students are strongly encouraged to, and responsible for, understanding the requirements of their anticipated transfer institution(s) regarding the number and content of science and math courses required to meet program-specific transfer requirements. Prerequisite courses must be completed prior to the courses listed below (e.g., MATH 160 and 180 prior to ). In general, however, it is suggested that students complete the New Mexico Transfer Module as outlined. Transfer Guides and Catalogs Several transfer guides have been developed through collaboration of New Mexico s postsecondary institutions. Students who have selected a field of study and/or the college or university where they wish to graduate are advised to consult the transfer guide or catalog for that institution for advice to guide their course selection. Planning for effective transfer is ultimately the student s responsibility. Responsible transfer planning includes early and regular consultation with the intended transfer institution to assure that all pre-transfer coursework will meet the requirements of the desired degree. The Core Advisor in Science is another useful resource. Program Concentration Choice The general education list of 35 credit hours is the safest choice for students who have not yet selected either a major field of study or the college or university they plan to attend after San Juan College. Students wishing to prepare for possible transfer into a degree program at another institution are advised to take these general education courses during their freshman and sophomore years. General Education Requirements for Degrees General Education Requirements* Area I: Communications 9 Freshman Composition 3 Advanced Composition OR ENGL 218 Advanced Technical Composition 3 COMM 110 Public Speaking OR COMM 111 Interpersonal Communication 3 Area II: Mathematics 3 College Algebra (MATH 160) 3 Continued on next page 171

2 Pre-Calculus () 4 Calculus I () 4 Other college level mathematics 3 Area III: Laboratory Science 8 General Biology (BIOL 110, 121, 122) 4 General Chemistry (CHEM 110, 111, 112) 4 General Physics (PHYS 211&211L, 212&212L, 215&215L, 216&216L) 4 Geology/Earth Science (GEOL 110, 111) 4 Intro to Astronomy (ASTR 110) 4 Area IV: Social and Behavioral Science: minimum of 6 credits, must have 15 credits total between Social/Behavioral Science area and Humanities/Fine Arts area 6-9 Economics (ECON 251, 252) 3 Human Geography (GEOG 145) 3 Political Science (POLS 110, 250) 3 Introduction to Psychology (PSYC 120) 3 Sociology (SOCI 110, 210, 215) 3 Anthropology (ANTH 110, 210, 211, 255) 3-4 Area V: Humanities and Fine Arts: minimum of 6 credits, must have 15 credits total between Social/Behavioral Science area and Humanities/Fine Arts area 6-9 History (HIST 121, 122, 211, 212) 3 Philosophy (PHIL 110, 115) 3 Literature (ENGL 251, 252, 261, 262, 245, 230, 235) 3 Orientation in Art (ARTS 110) 3 Music (MUSI 110, 111, 112, 114, 115, 130, 131) 3 Theatre (THEA 110, 120) 3 Navajo (NAVA 111, 112) 4 Spanish (SPAN 111, 112) 4 General Education Credit Requirements *Certain profession-related programs, such as engineering and nursing, may be exempt from the requirement that they apply all 35 credit hours toward general education or major requirements, but the remaining work may be accepted as elective credits. There are also special requirements for education majors. Computer Science Requirement for Degree: any 3 credit Computer Science course (COSC 111 or above). Transfer colleges vary in whether they accept computer science courses as electives. requirements include completion at least 27 common core credits with a 2.0 GPA or higher. Program requirements serve as a guide for selecting courses and the sequence for taking these courses. It is recognized that students often need developmental or preliminary preparation courses and more semesters to complete the A.S. degree. Courses not included in the general core curriculum above may not necessarily be accepted by the transfer institution. Students are advised that grades below C typically do not transfer. Students intending to transfer to a bachelor degree granting college or university are strongly encouraged to check with their advisor and carefully coordinate their coursework at San Juan College with the requirements of the transfer institution. 172

3 BIOLOGY A student must earn a grade of C or higher in all courses to count toward the degree. General Education Core for (See Page 171) Mathematics Students Accuplacer score for Mathematics will determine their placement in the Math sequence, beginning with Intermediate Algebra through Pre-Calculus. Students who place at the beginning of the Math sequence will need to complete 4 additional credit hours of coursework to complete the degree requirements. Intermediate Algebra-Applications 0-4 Pre-Calculus 4 Communications Freshman Composition 3 Advanced Composition 3 COMM 110 OR COMM 111 Public Speaking OR Interpersonal Communication 3 Social and Behavioral Science (see Page 172) (minimum of 6 credits, must have 15 credits total between Social/Behavioral Science area and Humanities/Fine Arts area) 6-9 Humanities and Fine Arts (see Page 172) (minimum of 6 credits, must have 15 credits total between Social/Behavioral Science area and Humanities/Fine Arts area) 6-9 Lab Science Requirement (included in Biology-core classes) (7) Total General Education Requirements Core Courses BIOL 121 Introductory Biology I 4 BIOL 122 Introductory Biology II 4 BIOL 240 Ecology 4 BIOL 255 (preferred) OR BIOL 260 Introduction to Genetics (preferred) OR Introduction to Cell Biology 4 General Chemistry I 4 General Chemistry II 4 Science Electives: (Choose 12 credits from the following:) 12 BIOL 220 General Botany (4) BIOL 222 Invertebrate Zoology (4) BIOL 223 Vertebrate Zoology (4) BIOL 224 Microbiology (4) BIOL 230 Environmental Conservation (4) BIOL 250 Systematic Botany (4) BIOL 255 Introduction to Genetics (4) BIOL 260 Introduction to Cell Biology (4) CHEM 210 Organic Chemistry Survey (4) CHEM 251 Organic Chemistry I (4) CHEM 252 Organic Chemistry II (4) GEOL 110 Introduction to Geology (4) Continued on next page 173

4 GEOL 111 Historical Geology (4) PHYS 211 General Physics I (3) PHYS 211L General Physics I Lab (1) PHYS 212 General Physics II (3) PHYS 212L General Physics II Lab (1) Total Credits Suggested Course Sequence Full-time Students :Students who for any reason are unable to follow the suggested course sequence should contact an academic advisor for help with adjustments. BIOL 121 BIOL 122 or BIOL 255 or Science Elec. BIOL 240 BIOL 260 or Science Elec. BIOL 121 BIOL 122 Science Elec Science Elective or BIOL 255 or Science Elec BIOL 240 BIOL 260 or CHEMISTRY Chemistry has a variety of specializations and career path, therefore students should consult with a Chemistry Department Advisor before their second semester in order to better tailor their program of study to their needs. General Education Requirements Communications (See Page 171) 9 Social and Behavioral Science (see Page 172) (minimum of 6 credits, must have 15 credits total between Social/Behavioral Science area and Humanities/Fine Arts area) 6-9 Humanities and Fine Arts (see Page 172) (minimum of 6 credits, must have 15 credits total between Social/Behavioral Science area and Humanities/Fine Arts area) 6-9 Mathematics Students Accuplacer score for Mathematics will determine their placement in the Math sequence, beginning with Intermediate Algebra through Calculus I. Students who place at the beginning of the Math sequence will need to complete 11 additional credit hours of coursework to complete the degree requirements. * Intermediate Algebra-Applications 0-4 * Pre-Calculus

5 * Trigonometry 0-3 * Calculus I 4 CHEM 110* Introductory Chemistry 0-4 * General Chemistry I 4 * General Chemistry II 4 Total General Education Requirements 36 Core Requirements MATH 189* Calculus II 4 CHEM 251* Organic Chemistry I 4 CHEM 252* Organic Chemistry II 4 CHEM 281* Analytical Chemistry 5 PHYS 215*+L OR PHYS* 211+L PHYS 216*+L OR PHYS* 212+L Engineering Physics I OR General Physics I 4 Engineering Physics II OR General Physics II 4 Total Credits *Courses must be completed with a C or higher to count toward the degree. Suggested Course Sequence Full-time Students: Students who for any reason are unable to follow the suggested course sequence should contact an academic advisor for help with adjustments. CHEM 110 MATH 189 PHYS 211+L/215+L CHEM 251 PHYS 212+L/216+L CHEM 252 CHEM 281 or CHEM 110 or Soc Beh Sci MATH 189 PHYS 211+L/215+L Fall 5 Spring 5 Summer 5 Fall 6 Spring 6 Summer 6 CHEM 251 PHYS 212+L/216+L CHEM 252 CHEM

6 COMPUTER SCIENCE The Computer Science degree is designed for students interested in software programming and design. Within New Mexico, the courses in this Program transfer best to New Mexico Institute of Mining and Tech (NM Tech). Some courses from this Computer Science Program may transfer as electives to computer science or computer technology programs at other higher education institutions. Those wishing to transfer to a four-year degree program in computer science or computer engineering are strongly advised to check the appropriate university catalog and to talk with a member of the university program or Registrar s office to determine which of the SJC Computer Science Program courses will fulfill program-specific requirements at the transfer institution. Also, consider taking courses in a foreign language while at San Juan College since many university Schools of Arts and Science require a foreign language. Prerequisite courses must be completed prior to the courses listed below (e.g., MATH 160 and 180 prior to ). In general, however, it is suggested that students complete the New Mexico Transfer Module as outlined below. Student must earn a grade of C or higher in all COSC courses for the course to count toward a degree. General Education Requirements Communications (See Page 171) 9 Mathematics According to the NM Engineering Transfer Module, the entry-level College Math Course for a Computer Science Program is Calculus I. Students Accuplacer score for Mathematics will determine their placement in the Math sequence, beginning with Intermediate Algebra through Calculus I. Students who place at the beginning of the Math sequence will need to complete 11 additional credit hours of coursework to complete the degree requirements. Intermediate Algebra Applications 0-4 Pre-Calculus 0-4 Trigonometry 0-3 Calculus I 4 PHYS 211+L General Physics I *** + Lab 4 PHYS 212+L General Physics II ***+Lab 4 Social and Behavioral Science (see Page 172) (minimum of 6 credits, must have 15 credits total between Social/Behavioral Science area and Humanities/Fine Arts area) 6-9 Humanities and Fine Arts (see Page 172) (minimum of 6 credits, must have 15 credits total between Social/Behavioral Science area and Humanities/Fine Arts area) 6-9 Total General Education Requirements CORE REQUIREMENTS MATH 189 Calculus II 4 MATH 231 Discrete Mathematics 3 COSC 118 Computer Programming Fundamentals I with C++ ** 3 COSC 218 Computer Programming Fundamentals II with C++ 3 COSC 240 Java Programming 3 COSC 243 Web Programming on UNIX Systems 3 COSC 262 Data Structures with C++ 3 COSC 270 Windows GUI Programming 3 Total Credits ** You need to be able to use a computer, type, create documents, save files, etc. before taking COSC 118. If your computing skills are low you should take COSC 097 concurrently. *** Read the current catalog of your intended transfer degree institution to take the most appropriate laboratory science courses. Any San Juan College approved laboratory science course may be substituted as deemed appropriate by your computer science advisor. This course also satisfies General Education laboratory science requirement. For information about NM Tech go to NMSU and Fort Lewis 176

7 Suggested Course Sequence Full-time Students: Students who for any reason are unable to follow the suggested course sequence should contact an academic advisor for help with adjustments. COSC 118 Soc/Behav. Science COSC 218 /218 COSC 262 COSC 240 PHYS 211+L COSC 270 COSC 243 MATH 189 PHYS 212+L MATH 231 Soc/Behav Science or Soc/Behav Science COSC 118 COSC 218 /218 COSC 262 COSC 270 MATH 189 PHYS 211+L PHYS 212+L Soc/Behav Science COSC 240 Soc/Behav Science COSC 243 MATH 231 or Soc/Behav Science Object-oriented Computer Programming Certificate The Object-Oriented Computer Programming certificate is designed for students interested in computer programming. The object-oriented language C++ is covered in great depth for console and Windows GUI Programming as well as treating the standard Template Library (STL) and Microsoft Foundation Classes (MFC). COSC 118 Computer Programming Fundamentals I with C++ 3 COSC 218 Computer Programming Fundamentals II with C++ 3 COSC 240 Java Programming 3 COSC 243 Web Programming on UNIX Systems 3 Total Credits 12 Suggested Course Sequence Full-time Students: Students who for any reason are unable to follow the suggested course sequence should contact an academic advisor for help with adjustments. COSC 118 COSC 240 COSC 218 COSC 243 COSC 118 COSC 218 COSC 240 COSC

8 ENGINEERING The degree in General Engineering is intended to prepare students for transfer to a four-year baccalaureate granting institution. Those wishing to transfer to a baccalaureate granting institution and pursue a degree program are strongly encouraged to check with their advisor and carefully coordinate their coursework at San Juan College with the requirements of the transfer institution. General Education Requirements Freshman Composition 3 Advanced Composition 3 Although the NM General Education Core includes oral communication, the engineering core replaces this with the option of taking technical writing in place of oral communication. This is because accreditation requirements for engineering programs (accreditation is through ABET, the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology) mandate substantial oral communication content, which is incorporated by most engineering programs into lab and design courses throughout the curriculum. The choice between oral communication and technical writing depends on which engineering program and university the student chooses to attend. Students should discuss this with their advisor. Mathematics Students Accuplacer score for Mathematics will determine their placement in the Math sequence, beginning with Intermediate Algebra through Calculus I. Students who place at the beginning of the Math sequence will need to complete 11 additional credit hours of coursework to complete the degree requirements. Intermediate Algebra Applications 0-4 Pre-Calculus 0-4 Trigonometry 0-3 Calculus I* 4 Laboratory Science PHYS 215+L* Engineering Physics I + Lab 4 PHYS 216+L* Engineering Physics II + Lab 4 Social and Behavioral Science ECON 251 OR ECON 252 Macroeconomics OR Microeconomics 3 One course from Social and Behavioral Science Area (see Page 172) 3 One course from Humanities and Fine Arts Area (see Page 172) 3 Total General Education Requirements Engineering Core classes: MATH 189* Calculus II 4 MATH 268* Calculus III 4 MATH 282* Differential Equations 4 * General Chemistry I 4 * General Chemistry II 4 COSC 118* Computer Programming Fundamentals I with C++ 3 ENGR 233* Mechanics-Statics 3 ENGR 230* Engineering Circuit Analysis 3 ENGR 112* Introduction to Engineering 3 DRFT 121* Engineering Graphics 3 ENGR 234* Mechanics-Dynamics 3 ENGR 236* Thermodynamics 3 Total Credits *A student must earn a grade of C or higher in all courses to count toward the degree. 178

9 Read the current catalog of your intended transfer degree institution to take the most appropriate courses for each engineering specialty. Not all courses in the General Engineering AS will transfer to some schools, or in some specialties. For detailed information on the most common transfer universities visit: NM Tech go to NMSU www. nmsu.edu, UNM and Fort Lewis Suggested Course Sequence Full-time Students: Students who for any reason are unable to follow the suggested course sequence should contact an academic advisor for help with adjustments. COSC 118 ENGR 112 MATH 189 PHYS 215+L DRFT 121 MATH 268 PHYS 216+L ENGR 230 ENGR 233 MATH 282 ENGR 234 ENGR 236 ENGR 112 MATH 189 PHYS 215+L MATH 268 PHYS 216+L MATH 282 DRFT 121 COSC 118 Fall 5 Spring 5 Summer 5 Fall 6 Spring 6 Summer 6 ENGR 230 ENGR 233 ENGR 234 ENGR 236 ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY General Education Requirements Freshman Composition 3 ENGL 218 Advanced Technical Composition 3 COMM 110 Public Speaking OR COMM 111 Interpersonal Communications 3 Mathematics Students Accuplacer score for Mathematics will determine their placement in the Math sequence, beginning with Intermediate Algebra through MATH 160 College Algebra. Students who place at the beginning of the Math sequence will need to complete 4 additional credit hours of coursework to complete the degree requirements. Intermediate Algebra Applications 0-4 MATH 160 College Algebra 3 Laboratory Science CHEM 110 Introductory Chemistry 4 PHYS 211+L General Physics I + Lab 4 Continued on next page 179

10 Social and Behavioral Science and Area V: Humanities and Fine Arts One course from Social and Behavioral Science Area (see Page 172) 3 Two courses from Humanities and Fine Arts Area (see Page 172) 6 Total General Education Requirements Engineering Core classes: Trigonometry 3 MATH 187 Applications of Calculus 4 ENGR 112 Introduction to Engineering 3 DRFT 121 Engineering Graphics 3 DRFT 255 Statics and Strengths of Materials 4 Approved Electives See List Below 20 Total Credits Approved Engineering Technology Electives: ECON 252 COSC 125 DRFT 119 DRFT 248 OR DRFT 260 DRFT 247 PHYS 212+ L Microeconomics Business Microcomputer Applications Surveying Civil Drafting OR Advanced AutoCAD Construction Practices and Estimating General Physics II + Lab Suggested Course Sequence Full-time Students: Students who for any reason are unable to follow the suggested course sequence should contact an academic advisor for help with adjustments. ENGR 112 Elective (4 cr) MATH 160 DRFT 121 Elective (4 cr) CHEM 110 ENGL 218 PHYS 211+L DRFT 255 Elective (3-4 cr) MATH 187 Elective (8-9 cr) MATH 160 ENGR 112 CHEM 110 DRFT 121 PHYS 211/L DRFT 255 Elective (4 cr) Elective (8 cr) Elective (8 cr) 180

11 GENERAL SCIENCE General Education Requirements General Education Core for (See Page 171) 28 Mathematics Students Accuplacer score for Mathematics will determine their placement in the Math sequence, beginning with Intermediate Algebra through Calculus I. Students who place at the beginning of the Math sequence will need to complete 11 additional credit hours of coursework to complete the degree requirements. Intermediate Algebra Applications 0-4 Pre-Calculus 0-4 Trigonometry 0-3 Calculus I 4 Lab Science Requirement included in Chemistry-core classes Total General Education Requirements 32 Core Courses BIOL 121 Introductory Biology I 4 BIOL 122 Introductory Biology II 4 General Chemistry I 4 General Chemistry II 4 COSC 111 OR Higher Computer Literacy OR Higher Computer Science 3 GEOL 110 OR GEOL 111 OR Science Selection* Introduction to Geology OR Historical Geology OR Science Selection* 4 PHYS 211 General Physics I 3 PHYS 211L General Physics I Lab 1 Science Selection* (See Science Selection below) 8 Approved Elective** 3 Total Credits * Science selection must include classes chosen from Biology, Chemistry, Geology, and Physics. Approved Science Electives: BIOL 220 BIOL 222 BIOL 223 BIOL 224 BIOL 230 BIOL 250 BIOL 260 General Botany Invertebrate Zoology Vertebrate Zoology Microbiology Environmental Conservation Systematic Botany Introduction to Cell Biology General Chemistry I General Chemistry II CHEM 210 CHEM 251 CHEM 252 GEOL 110 GEOL 111 PHYS 211 PHYS 211L PHYS 212 PHYS 212L Organic Chemistry Survey Organic Chemistry I Organic Chemistry II Introduction to Geology Historical Geology General Physics I General Physics I Lab General Physics II General Physics II Lab Continued on next page 181

12 Suggested Course Sequence Full-time Students: Students who for any reason are unable to follow the suggested course sequence should contact an academic advisor for help with adjustments. BIOL 121 CHEM 110 /218 BIOL 122 Science Selection or Soc/ Beh Sci PHYS 211+L Science Selection GEOL 110/111 COSC 111 /218 BIOL 121 or COSC 111 CHEM 110 BIOL 122 Science Selection PHYS 211+L GEOL 110/111 Science Selection GEOLOGY General Education Course Requirements Freshman Composition 3 Advanced Composition 3 COMM 110 OR COMM 111 Public Speaking OR Interpersonal Communication 3 Mathematics Students Accuplacer score for Mathematics will determine their placement in the Math sequence, beginning with Intermediate Algebra through Pre-Calculus. Students who place at the beginning of the Math sequence will need to complete 4 additional credit hours of coursework to complete the degree requirements. * Intermediate Algebra-Applications 0-4 * Pre-Calculus 4 CHEM 110* Introductory Chemistry 0-4 * General Chemistry I 4 * General Chemistry II 4 Social and Behavioral Science General Education Courses (see Page 172) 6 Humanities and Fine Arts General Education Courses (see Page 172) 6 Social & Behavioral Science OR Humanities and Fine Arts General Education Course (see Page 172) 3 Total General Education Requirements Core Requirements COSC 111* Computer Literacy OR higher computer course 3 GEOL 110* Introduction to Geology 4 GEOL 111* Historical Geology 4 182

13 GEOL 270* Mineralogy 4 GEOL 271* Petrology 4 PHYS 211/L * General Physics I w/lab 4 PHYS 212/L* General Physics II w/lab 4 Total Credits * Courses marked with an asterisk (*) must be completed with a grade of C or higher to count toward this degree. Suggested Course Sequence Full-time Students: Students who for any reason are unable to follow the suggested course sequence should contact an academic advisor for help with adjustments. GEOL 110 GEOL 111 GEOL 270 PHYS 211+L COSC 111 GEOL 271 PHYS 212+L or GEOL 110 GEOL 111 GEOL 270 GEOL 271 COSC 111 PHYS 211+L PHYS 212+L or MATHEMATICS The degree in Mathematics is intended to prepare students for transfer to a four-year baccalaureate granting institution. Those wishing to transfer to a baccalaureate granting institution and pursue a bachelor s degree program are strongly encouraged to check with their advisor and carefully coordinate their coursework at San Juan College with the requirements of the transfer institution. General Education Course Requirements Freshman Composition 3 Advanced Composition 3 COMM 110 Public Speaking 3 Mathematics Requirements Students Accuplacer score for Mathematics will determine their placement in the Math sequence, beginning with Intermediate Algebra through Calculus I. Students who place at the beginning of the Math sequence will need to complete 11 additional credit hours of coursework to complete the degree requirements. * Intermediate Algebra-Applications 0-4 * Pre-Calculus 0-4 * Trigonometry 0-3 * Calculus I 4 PHYS 215* + L* Engineering Physics I with PHYS 215L 4 PHYS 216* + L* Engineering Physics II with PHYS 216L 4 Continued on next page 183

14 Social and Behavioral Science General Education Courses (see Page 172) 6 Humanities and Fine Arts General Education Courses (see Page 172) 6 Social & Behavioral Science OR Humanities and Fine Arts General Education Course (see Page 172) 3 Total General Education Requirements Mathematics Core MATH 189* Calculus II 4 MATH 268* Calculus III 4 Total Core Credits 8 Mathematics and Science Electives (Choose a minimum of 16) 16 MATH 231* Discrete Mathematics (3) MATH 251* Statistics (4) MATH 275* Linear Algebra (3) MATH 282* Differential Equations (4) BIOL 121* Introductory Biology I (4) BIOL 122* Introductory Biology II (4) BIOL 224* Microbiology (4) BIOL 252* Human Anatomy & Physiology I (4) BIOL 253* Human Anatomy & Physiology II (4) * General Chemistry I (4) * General Chemistry II (4) COSC 118* Computer Programming Fundamentals I with C++ (3) ENGR 230* Engineering Circuit Analysis (3) ENGR 233* Mechanics-Statics (3) ENGR 234* Mechanics-Dynamics (3) ENGR 236* Thermodynamics (3) GEOL 110* Introduction to Geology (4) GEOL 111* Historical Geology (4) Total credit hours * Courses marked with an asterisk (*) must be completed with a grade of C or higher to count toward this degree. Suggested Course Sequence Full-time Students: Students who for any reason are unable to follow the suggested course sequence should contact an academic advisor for help with adjustments. MATH/SCI Elec MATH/SCI Elec COMM 110 MATH 189 PHYS 215+L MATH/SCI Elec or MATH 268 PHYS 216+L Math/Sci Elec Math/Sci Elec MATH/SCI Elec MATH 189 PHYS 215+L COMM 110 MATH 268 PHYS 216+L MATH/SCI Elec MATH/SCI Elec MATH/SCI Elec or MATH/SCI Elec 184

15 Entrance requirements and policies: PARAMEDIC All requirements for the Paramedic AAS/Certificate apply (see AAS section) Mathematics requirement must be MATH 160 or higher Core classes must be taken in same configuration as AAS/Certificate Students may need to consider taking additional classes appropriate to future academic pursuits and university transfer and program requirements Note: The student must complete each course in the curriculum with a C or better to remain in and graduate from the program. Program Prequisite Courses BIOL 121 Introductory Biology I (counts as General Education Science Requirement) 0-4 BIOL 252 Human Anatomy and Physiology I (counts as General Education Science Requirement) 4 BIOL 253 Human Anatomy and Physiology II(counts as General Education Science Requirement) 4 General Education Courses Communications (See Page 171) 9 Social and Behavioral Science Humanities and Fine Arts Minimum of 6 credits, (must have 15 credits total between Social/Behavioral Science area and Humanities/Fine Arts area)for appropriate courses see Page Minimum of 6 credits, (must have 15 credits total between Social/Behavioral Science area and Humanities/Fine Arts area) For appropriate courses see Page Mathematics Students Accuplacer score for Mathematics will determine their placement in the Math sequence, beginning with Intermediate Algebra through MATH 160 College Algebra. Students who place at the beginning of the Math sequence will need to complete 4 additional credit hours of coursework to complete the degree requirements. Intermediate Algebra 0-4 MATH 160 College Algebra 3 Lab Science Requirement (included in pre-requisite courses) 8-12 Total General Education Requirements Core Requirements EMSP 200 Assessment and Clinical Decision Making 1 EMSP 205 Airway and Ventilatory Management 1 EMSP 211 Paramedic Professional Practice 2 EMSP 216 Emergency Pharmacology 2 EMSP 219 Medical Emergencies I 5 EMSP 229 Paramedic Lab I 5 EMSP 230 Paramedic Clinical I 3 EMSP 242 Trauma Management 3 EMSP 251 EMS Operations 2 EMSP 261 Special Populations 2 EMSP 269 Medical Emergencies II 4 EMSP 271 Paramedic Clinical II 3 Continued on next page 185

16 EMSP 274 Paramedic Lab II 5 EMSP 279 Paramedic Capstone 2 EMSP 282 Paramedic Field Internship 5 Total Credits Suggested Course Sequence Full-time Students: Students accepted into this selective admission program must follow the required course sequence outlined below in order to remain in and complete the program. Students who for any reason are unable to follow this course sequence must contact an academic advisor. BIOL 121 EMSP 116 BIOL 252 EMSP 125 EMSP 128 EMSP 131 BIOL 253 EMSP 200 EMSP 205 EMSP 211 EMSP 216 EMSP 219 EMSP 229 EMSP 230 EMSP 242 EMSP 251 EMSP 261 EMSP 269 EMSP 271 EMSP 274 EMSP 279 EMSP 282 MATH 160 or Hum/ Fine Arts PHYSICS General Education Course Requirements Freshman Composition 3 Advanced Composition 3 COMM 110 OR COMM 111 Public Speaking OR Interpersonal Communication 3 Mathematics Students Accuplacer score for Mathematics will determine their placement in the Math sequence, beginning with Intermediate Algebra through Calculus I. Students who place at the beginning of the Math sequence will need to complete 11 additional credit hours of coursework to complete the degree requirements. Intermediate Algebra-Applications 0-4 Pre-Calculus 0-4 Trigonometry 0-3 Calculus I 4 MATH 189 Calculus II 4 MATH 268 Calculus III 4 Social and Behavioral Science Humanities and Fine Arts Minimum of 6 credits, must have 15 credits total between Social/Behavioral Science area and Humanities/Fine Arts area)for appropriate courses see Page Minimum of 6 credits, must have 15 credits total between Social/Behavioral Science area and Humanities/Fine Arts area) For appropriate courses see Page ECON 251 OR ECON 252 Macroeconomics OR Microeconomics 3 Total General Education Requirements

17 Core Courses General Chemistry I 4 General Chemistry II 4 COSC 118 Computer Programming Fundamentals I with C++ 3 ENGR 230 Engineering Circuit Analysis 3 MATH 282 Differential Equations 4 ENGR 236 Thermodynamics 3 PHYS 215 Engineering Physics I 3 PHYS 215L Engineering Physics Lab I 1 PHYS 216 Engineering Physics II 3 PHYS 216L Engineering Physics Lab II 1 PHYS 217 Engineering Physics III 3 Total credits Suggested Course Sequence Full-time Students: Students who for any reason are unable to follow the suggested course sequence should contact an academic advisor for help with adjustments. Fall 1 Spring 1 Summer 2 Fall 2 Spring 2 Summer 2 COSC 118 MATH 189 PHYS 215+L MATH 268 PHYS 216+L ENGR 230 MATH 282 PHYS 217 ENGR 236 ECON 251/252 ECON 251/252 MATH 189 PHYS 215+L MATH 268 PHYS 216+L MATH 282 COSC 118 Fall 5 Spring 5 Summer 5 Fall 4 Spring 4 Summer 4 ENGR 230 PHYS 217 ENGR

18 Note: Student must earn a C or higher in all courses. PRE-MEDICAL SCIENCE General Education Requirements Mathematics Students Accuplacer score for Mathematics will determine their placement in the Math sequence, beginning with Intermediate Algebra through Calculus I. Students who place at the beginning of the Math sequence will need to complete 11 additional credit hours of coursework to complete the degree requirements. Intermediate Algebra-Applications 0-4 Pre-Calculus 0-4 Trigonometry 0-3 Calculus I 4 Communication Freshman Composition 3 Advanced Composition 3 COMM 110 OR COMM 111 Public Speaking OR Interpersonal Communication 3 Social and Behavioral Science (see Page 172) (minimum of 6 credits, must have 15 credits total between Social/Behavioral Science area and Humanities/ Fine Arts area) 6-9 Humanities and Fine Arts (see Page 172) (minimum of 6 credits, must have 15 credits total between Social/Behavioral Science area and Humanities/ Fine Arts area) 6-9 Lab Science Requirement (included in core classes) 7 Total General Education Requirements Core Courses BIOL 121 General Biology I* 4 BIOL 122 General Biology II* 4 BIOL 255 Introduction to Genetics 4 General Chemistry I* 4 General Chemistry II* 4 Science Electives: (Choose 16 credits from the following:) 16 BIOL 224 Microbiology (4) BIOL 260 Introduction to Cell Biology (4) CHEM 251 Organic Chemistry I* (4) CHEM 252 Organic Chemistry II* (4) PHYS 211 General Physics I* (3) PHYS 211L General Physics I Lab (1) PHYS 212 General Physics II* (3) PHYS 212L General Physics II Lab (1) MATH 251 Statistics (4) Total Credits *Courses required to sit for the MCAT exam which is an entrance requirement for a majority of medical degree programs. 188

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