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1 CAREER PROGRAMS ASSOCIATE IN APPLIED SCIENCE DEGREES ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE DEGREES APPLIED TECHNOLOGY DIPLOMA CERTIFICATES A.S. DEGREES TRANSITION TO BACHELOR DEGREE PROGRAMS Associate in Applied Science and Associate in Science Degree Programs You may be interested in earning an Associate in Applied Science degree an Associate in Science degree at Valencia College. Valencia College offers numerous programs f students who are interested in preparing f a career that requires study beyond the high school level but does not require a Bachel s degree. These programs range from business administration programs to health sciences programs such as dental hygiene and registered nursing. When you decide to follow an Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree an Associate in Science (A.S.) degree program, you are not necessarily preparing yourself f transfer to a state university. Earning one of these degrees should prepare you f a successful and rewarding career. If later you decide to attend a university, you may be required to do additional wk at the freshman sophome level. In the A.A.S. degree A.S. degree program you choose, you will take courses in two basic areas. One area will be specialized courses. F instance, if you are going to study digital media technology, you will be taking specialized courses in digital media, film and theatre. The second maj area of courses you will take will be general education. General education courses are designed to help you become a well-rounded individual capable of thinking, valuing, communicating, and acting as a mature, educated and enlightened citizen. It is the college s belief that courses in general education, such as English composition and humanities, will enhance your overall employment potential since they will broaden your knowledge. The A.A.S. degree and A.S. degree programs are described on the following pages. You can obtain additional infmation about these programs in the Career Center and by contacting the Career Program Adviss, Program Directs and Academic Deans who are assigned to the program. Due to the availability of staff, specialized equipment and labs, and program costs, some A.A.S. degree and A.S. degree programs are restricted to one campus. When this is the case, a note is made on the program description page. F some programs, some of the specialized courses may be offered at me than one campus and the general education courses in the programs may be taken on any campus. The Associate in Applied Science degree and the Associate in Science degree require a minimum of 60 college credits. Each Associate in Applied Science and Associate in Science degree program consists of a ce group of courses known as the area of specialization. To earn an Associate in Applied Science an Associate in Science degree, you must complete a minimum of 30 college-level credits in your area of specialization and 5-8 college-level credits in general education. Satisfy entry testing requirements and complete, with a minimum grade of Call required/mandaty courses in reading, mathematics, and English, and English f Academic Purposes. In addition to the infmation on each A.A.S. and A.S. degree program in this catalog, detailed infmation regarding each program is provided on program infmation sheets available in Career Program Adviss offices, academic departments, Career Center, Student Services and online at valenciacollege.edu. Applied Technology Diploma Program The Applied Technology diploma (A.T.D.) program prepares students f immediate entry into a career in the wkfce. A.T.D. programs require prescribed technical courses and a minimum of college credits. F students who meet degree-seeking requirements, college credits earned in an Applied Technology diploma program are applicable toward a related Associate in Science. The EMT Applied Technology diploma is the only A.T.D. offered at Valencia College and the courses can be applied toward the Emergency Medical Services Technology Associate in Science degree. Applied Technology diploma students will receive a diploma upon completion of the diploma program. Programs The programs prepare students f immediate entry into a career in the wkfce. programs require prescribed technical courses, and may require general education courses, f a minimum of 2 college credits. F students who meet degree-seeking requirements, college credits earned in a program are applicable toward a related Associate in Applied Science an Associate in Science degree; f example, the courses in the Human Resources Management can be applied toward the Business Administration Associate in Applied Science degree. Students who complete the course wk prescribed f a automatically will receive the certificate. Also, students may request a from the academic department. Career Certificate Programs The Career Certificate programs prepare students f careers directly in the wkfce. The programs require prescribed technical credit courses and basic skills proficiency achieved through developmental courses. Students will receive a certificate upon completion of the Career Certificate program. The only Career Certificate programs 22

2 offered at Valencia College are those offered through the Criminal Justice Institute. a Bachel s degree. F further infmation, visit valenciacollege.edu/asdegrees/transferagreements.cfm. Advanced Programs The Advanced, an extension of a specific A.S. degree program, consists of at least nine (9), but less than 45 credits of college-level course wk. Students who have already received an A.S. degree and are seeking a specialized program of study to supplement their associate degree may seek an Advanced. Students will receive a certificate upon completion of the program. Limited-Access Programs Limited-access status occurs when student demand exceeds available resources such as faculty, instructional facilities, equipment, etc. Admission to Valencia College does not guarantee acceptance to a limited access degree certificate in which the number of students who may enroll is limited. Limited-access programs have specific admission requirements. Career Programs with limited-access status have it so indicated with the program infmation in this catalog section. Credits from Orange County Tech Centers and Technical Center of Osceola To promote career education programs, Valencia College may award college credit f programs completed in Orange County Technical Education Centers and the Technical Center of Osceola. Infmation about eligible programs at tech centers and the award of credit is included in this catalog in the descriptions of eligible programs and on the Valencia Web site at valenciacollege.edu/asdegrees/transferagreements.cfm A.S. Degrees Transition to Bachel s Degree Programs Statewide Agreements f A.S. to Bachel s Degrees with Public Universities Certain A.S. degrees transition to bachel degree programs in Flida s public university system. These degrees, called Articulated A.S. to B.A./B.S. Career Path degrees, are designed f students who seek immediate employment in the specified field and who decide to continue to a Flida public university as a juni to complete a Bachel s degree in the specified field. The Articulated A.S. to B.A./B.S. Career Path degrees are included in the program pages in this catalog section, and additional infmation may be found at valenciacollege.edu/asdegrees/transferagreements.cfm Agreements f A.S. to Bachel s Degrees with Public and Private Four-Year Institutions Many articulation agreements between Valencia College and specific programs at various public and private four-year institutions provide students opptunities to continue their educational pursuits to Acceptance of A.S. Degrees in Bachel of Applied Science (B.A.S.) Degree Programs Some state universities have recently begun to offer the Bachel of Applied Science degree (B.A.S.) which is designed to build on the Associate in Science degree (A.S.). This provides students the opptunity to gain additional skills and knowledge beyond the technical and wkfce skills developed in the A.S. degree. The Bachel of Applied Science (B.A.S.) at the University of Central Flida (UCF) serves all Associate in Science (A.S.) graduates who desire a Bachel s degree f career personal advancement. The program builds upon the technical professional skills acquired in the A.S. degree to develop competencies in management and communication, with emphasis on developing skills in critical thinking, problem solving and decision making. The curriculum consists of ce courses in ethics, management and communication, and a concentration chosen by the student. This degree program has flexibility, allowing students to complete any needed remaining general education feign language courses at Valencia College at UCF. F me infmation, see the DirectConnect to UCF entry in this catalog and/ visit regionalcampuses.ucf.edu. Associate in Applied Science and Associate in Science Degrees Including Articulated A.S. to B.A./B.S. Career Paths Accounting Technology (A.S. Degree) Baking and Pastry Management (A.S. Degree) Building Construction Technology (A.S. Degree) Business Administration (Articulated A.S. to B.A./B.S. Career Path) Business Management, Marketing, and Administration (A.S. Degree) Finance Specialization Human Resources Management Specialization International Business Specialization Management Specialization Marketing Specialization Property and Casualty Insurance Management specialization Real Estate Management Specialization Small Business Management Specialization Cardiovascular Technology (A.S. Degree) Civil/Surveying Engineering Technology (A.S. Degree) Computer Engineering Technology (Netwking) (A.S. Degree) Cisco Specialization Microsoft Specialization Cyber Security and Digital Fensics Specialization 23 Computer Infmation Technology (A.S. Degree)

3 Computer Programming and Analysis (A.S. Degree) Criminal Justice Technology (Articulated A.S. to B.S. Career Path) Homeland Security Specialization Culinary Management (A.S. Degree) Dental Hygiene (A.S. Degree) Diagnostic Medical Sonography (A.S. Degree) Digital Media Technology (A.S. Degree) Live Event Video Production Specialization Mobile Journalism Video and Motion Graphics Specialization Web Development Drafting and Design Technology (A.S. Degree) Electronics Engineering Technology (A.S. Degree) Electronics Specialization Laser and Photonics Specialization Robotics and Simulation Specialization Telecommunication and Wireless Specialization Emergency Medical Services Technology (A.S. Degree) Entertainment Design and Technology (A.S. Degree) Live Show Production Specialization Production Design Specialization Film Production Technology (A.S. Degree) Graphics and Interactive Design (A.S. Degree) Graphic Design Specialization Interactive Design Specialization Hospitality and Tourism Management (A.A.S. Degree) Hospitality and Tourism Management (Articulated A.S. to B.S. Career Path) Industrial Management Technology (A.S. Degree) Landscape and Hticulture Technology (A.S. Degree) Hticulture Specialization Landscape Specialization Medical Infmation Coder/Biller Administration (A.S. Degree) Medical Office Administration (A.S. Degree) Medical Transcription Medical Front Office Nursing, R.N. (Articulated A.S. to B.S. Career Path) Online R.N. Advanced Standing Track Office Administration (A.S. Degree) Paralegal Studies (Articulated A.S. to B.S. Career Path) Litigation Specialization Transactional Specialization Radiography (A.S. Degree) Respiraty Care (A.S. Degree) Restaurant and Food Service Management (A.S. Degree) Sound and Music Technology (A.S. Degree) Audio Engineering Technology Specialization Music Perfmance and Sound Specialization Sound Technology Specialization Veterinary Technology (A.S. Degree) Offered through Cooperative Agreement with St. Petersburg College Applied Technology Diploma and Certificate Programs Accounting Applications () Accounting Operations () Accounting Specialist () Baking and Pastry Arts () Basic Electronics Technician () Building Construction Specialist () Business Management () Business Operations () Business Specialist () Chef s Apprentice () Cisco Netwk Associate (CCNA) () Computer Infmation Technology Analyst () IT Security Specialization IT Suppt Specialization Computer Infmation Technology Specialist () Computer Programming () Computer Programming Specialization Game Programming Specialization Web Development Specialization Computer Programming Specialist () Computer Programming Specialization Web Development Specialization 24 continued

4 Criminal Justice Institute (Career Certificates) Crectional Officer Law Enfcement Officer Crossover: Crections to Law Enfcement Auxiliary Law Enfcement Officer Criminal Justice Technology Specialist () Culinary Arts () Culinary Arts Management () Customer Service Management () Customer Service Operations () Customer Service Specialist () Digital Media Development () Digital Media Production () Digital Media Video Production () Digital Media Web Production () Digital Video Editing and Post-Production () Digital Video Fundamentals () Drafting () Architectural Drafting Specialization Mechanical Drafting Specialization Surveying Drafting Specialization Drafting Auto CAD () Emergency Medical Technology (EMT) (Applied Technology Diploma) Entertainment Stage Technology () Film Production Fundamentals () Graphic Design Production () Graphic Design Suppt () Graphics Interactive Design Production () Graphics Interactive Design Suppt () Homeland Security () Hospitality Event Planning Management () Hospitality Food and Beverage Management () Hospitality Guest Services Specialist () Hospitality Rooms Division Management () 25 Human Resources Management () Human Resources Operations () Human Resources Specialist () Landscape and Hticulture Professional () Landscape and Hticulture Specialist () Landscape and Hticulture Technician () Hticulture Specialization Landscape Specialization Laser and Photonics Technician () Medical Infmation Coder/Biller () Medical Office Management () Medical Office Specialist () Medical Transcription Medical Front Office Medical Office Suppt () Microcomputer Repairer/Installer () Microsoft Systems Administrat (MCSA) () Office Management () Office Specialist () Office Suppt () Paramedic Technology () Polysomnography Technology (Advanced ) Property and Casualty Insurance Management Operations () Property and Casualty Insurance Management Specialist () Real Estate Specialist () Robotics and Simulation Technician () Sound and Music Production AudioVisual Production () Webcast Media () Webcast Technology () Wireless and IP Communication Technician ()

5 It is unlikely that a change in a program requirement will be made during the academic year; however, if any change should be made after the printing of this catalog, revised program requirements will be available in the online official catalog, academic departments, and Career Programs Adviss offices. Each program will include reading, writing, al communication and fundamental mathematical skills within specific courses of the program. Students will be required to meet a specified level of competence in reading and writing pri to enrolling in Freshman Composition I. A number of courses within programs provide opptunities f students to acquire basic competencies in the use of computers. Computer courses and computer labaties are available to all students to acquire basic computer competencies. Graduation Requirements f the Associate in Applied Science and Associate in Science Degrees Responsibility f meeting the requirements f graduation with an Associate in Applied Science an Associate in Science degree rests with the student. To be awarded an A.A.S. A.S. degree from Valencia College a student must do the following:. Complete a prescribed course of study in one of the career programs described on the following pages. Each program includes a minimum of 5 credits of general education course wk. A maximum of 2 credits in college-level English as a Second Language f Academic Purposes (EAP) and a maximum of four credits in SLS 2940 Service Learning SLS 2940H Service Learning Hons may be applied toward an A.A.S. an A. S. degree. 6. Complete, at Valencia, at least 25% of the college-level credits required f the degree. 7. Obtain a degree audit through your Atlas account and review it f readiness to submit your application f graduation. 8. Submit an application f graduation online through Atlas by the deadline date listed in the Academic Calendar in the online official catalog. You must have at least the minimum number of college-level credits f your degree, including all courses f which you are registered, in der to submit a graduation application. 9. Fulfill all financial obligations to Valencia. IMPORTANT. Valencia graduates students at the end of each Fall, Spring and Summer Full Term, and holds an annual commencement ceremony at the end of Spring term. 2. Your governing catalog is the Valencia catalog in effect at the time of your initial enrollment in credit courses at Valencia. A Valencia catalog is valid f five academic years. You may follow the policies and graduation requirements in your governing catalog f the five academic years except when changed by law by the District Board of Trustees. You may officially declare any subsequent catalog as your governing catalog and follow its requirements f your initial degree certificate program until that catalog expires; however, if you change your degree certificate program, you are required to choose from the current degree and certificate program offerings and follow the graduation requirements of the current catalog. If your governing catalog has expired, your new governing catalog will be the catalog in effect in your next term of enrollment. The official version of this catalog is the online version at valenciacollege.edu/catalog. A maximum of four credits in internship courses may be applied toward an A.A.S an A.S. degree; if a degree program requires me than four internship credits, the additional credits may be applied toward the degree. 2. Satisfy entry testing requirements and complete, with a minimum grade of C, all required mandaty courses in reading, mathematics, English and English f Academic Purposes. 3. Complete successfully the course SLS 22 Student Success as described in the Requirements f Completing mandaty courses entry in this catalog if your entry test sces place you in developmental courses in reading, mathematics, and English. This requirement also applies if you choose to begin your course wk with entry-level, developmental courses in reading, mathematics, and English rather than complete entry testing. 4. Earn a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of at least 2.0 in: all earned credit hours at Valencia (Institutional GPA) all earned credit hours (Overall GPA) all earned credit hours that apply toward the degree (Program GPA) 5. Submit official transcripts of all college course wk, including course wk attempted following initial enrollment at Valencia. 26 Should the District Board of Trustees approve changes in program requirements to be effective within the academic year, the revised requirements will be available in the online catalog, in academic departments and Career Program Adviss offices. Students affected by the change in requirements should contact the appropriate career Program Advis, Program Direct Academic Dean. 3. You may earn any number of Associate in Applied Science and/ Associate in Science degrees. (In addition, you may earn one Associate in Arts degree at Valencia; however, if you have earned an Associate in Arts bachel s degree from an institution that has regional accreditation in the U.S., if you have earned the equivalent of an Associate in Arts bachel s degree in a feign country, you are not eligible to be awarded an Associate in Arts degree from Valencia. If you want to earn me than one degree at Valencia, you may complete the first degree and then pursue another degree you may pursue two degrees at the same time. Whenever possible, a course will be applied to me than one degree. If your official recds indicate that you are seeking admission to a limited-access program, this program will be designated as your primary maj and the Associate in Arts degree will be designated as your secondary maj in der to maximize your educational opptunities. continued

6 4. You will not receive grade fgiveness f any course that counts toward your degree and is repeated after you have been awarded the degree from Valencia. General Education Program Requirements f the Associate in Applied Science and Associate in Science Degrees The general education program at Valencia is designed to contribute to the student s educational growth by providing a basic liberal arts education. A student who completes the general education program should have achieved the following outcomes: Cultural and Histical Understanding: Demonstrate understanding of the diverse traditions of the wld, and an individual s place in it. Quantitative and Scientific Reasoning: Use processes, procedures, data, evidence to solve problems and make effective decisions. Communication Skills: Engage in effective interpersonal, al and written communication. Ethical Responsibility: Demonstrate awareness of personal responsibility in one s civic, social and academic life. Architecture ARC 2702 Art ARH 000 ARH 2050 Film ENG 200 Humanities HUM 020 HUM 020H Music MUL 00 MUL 07 MUT 0C MUT Philosophy PHI 200 PHI 2600 Religion REL 2000 Histy of Architecture II (3 cr) The Visual Arts Today (3 cr) Introduction to Art Histy I (3 cr) Introduction to Film (3 cr) Introduction to Humanities (3 cr) Introduction to Humanities Hons (3 cr) Music Appreciation (3 cr) Histy and Appreciation of Jazz and Rock (3 cr) Introduction to Music They (4 cr) Music They I (3 cr) Philosophy (3 cr) Ethics and Critical Thinking (3 cr) Understanding Religious Traditions (3 cr) Infmation Literacy: Locate, evaluate and effectively use infmation from diverse sources. Critical Thinking: Effectively analyze, evaluate, synthesize, and apply infmation and ideas from diverse sources and disciplines. AREA. COMMUNICATIONS 3 Credits Required Course - ENC 0 is the required course f the three semester credits in Communications. It must be completed with a minimum grade of C. Freshman Composition I (REQUIRED) ENC 0 Freshman Composition I (3 cr) ENC 0H Freshman Composition I Hons (3 cr) Freshman Composition II ENC 02 Freshman Composition II (3 cr) ENC 02H Freshman Composition II Hons (3 cr) Fundamentals of Speech SPC 608 Fundamentals of Speech (3 cr) SPC 608H Fundamentals of Speech Hons (3 cr) SPC 07 Interpersonal Communication (3 cr) SPC 07H Interpersonal Communication Hons (3 cr) AREA 2. HUMANITIES Required Courses A minimum of three semester credits. 3 Credits (a) Complete one course from the list below from Area 2 (b). Courses listed in Area 2 (a) do NOT satisfy the Gdon Rule writing requirement. Theatre THE 020 THE 00 Introduction to Theatre (3 cr) Introduction to Theatre Histy (3 cr) (b) These are Gdon Rule writing courses, and to apply toward the Gdon Rule requirement, a course must be completed with a minimum grade of C. Each of these courses has a prerequisite of ENC 0 Freshman Composition completed with a minimum grade of C. Humanities HUM 2220 Humanities Greek and Roman (3 cr) HUM 2220H Humanities Greek and Roman Hons (3 cr) HUM 2223 Humanities Late Roman and Medieval (3 cr) HUM 2223H Humanities Late Roman and Medieval Hons (3 cr) HUM 2232 Humanities Renaissance and Baroque (3 cr) HUM 2232H Humanities Renaissance and Baroque Hons (3 cr) HUM 2234 Humanities Enlightenment and Romanticism (3 cr) HUM 2234H Humanities Enlightenment and Romanticism Hons (3 cr) HUM 2250 Humanities Twentieth Century (3 cr) HUM 2250H Humanities Twentieth Century Hons (3 cr) HUM 230 Mythology (3 cr) HUM 230H Mythology Hons (3 cr) HUM 2403 Middle Eastern Humanities (3 cr) HUM 240 Asian Humanities (3 cr) HUM 2454 African-American Humanities (3 cr) HUM 246 Latin-American Humanities (3 cr) Architecture ARC 70 Histy of Architecture I (3 cr) 27

7 Art ARH 205 ARH 205H Histy EUH 2000* EUH 200* Introduction to Art Histy II (3 cr) Introduction to Art Histy II Hons (3 cr) Western Civilization I (3 cr) Western Civilization II (3 cr) Literature AML 20 American Literature: Colonial Period to Civil War (3 cr) AML 202 American Literature: Civil War to Present (3 cr) AML 202H American Literature: Civil War to Present Hons (3 cr) ENL 202 English Literature: 300 to 800 (3 cr) ENL 2022 English Literature: 800 to Present (3 cr) LIT 2090 Contempary Literature (3 cr) LIT 2090H Contempary Literature Hons (3 cr) LIT 20 Wld Literature: Beginning through Renaissance (3 cr) LIT 220 Wld Literature: Enlightenment to Present (3 cr) LIT 220H Wld Literature: Enlightenment to Present Hons (3 cr) LIT 274 Multimedia Literature and the Holocaust (3 cr) LIT 274H Multimedia Literature and the Holocaust Hons (3 cr) Music MUL 0 Political Science INR 2002* INR 2002H* Music Literature (3 cr) International Politics (3 cr) International Politics Hons (3 cr) * EUH 2000, EUH 200, INR 2002 and INR 2002H are Gdon Rule writing courses. Although these courses may apply toward either Humanities Social Sciences, the same course cannot apply toward both Humanities and Social Sciences. AREA 3. MATHEMATICS AREA 4. SCIENCE 3 Credits Required Courses A minimum of three semester credits in either math science. MAC 05 College Algebra (3 cr) MAC 05H College Algebra Hons (3cr) MAC 4 College Trigonometry (3 cr) MAC 40 Precalculus Algebra (3 cr) MAC 47 Precalculus (5 cr) MAC 2233 Calculus f Business and Social Science (3 cr) MAC 2233H Calculus f Business and Social Science Hons(3 cr) MAC 23 Calculus w/analytic Geometry I (5 cr) MAC 23H Calculus w/analytic Geometry I Hons (5 cr) MAC 232 Calculus w/analytic Geometry II (5 cr) MAC 232H Calculus w/analytic Geometry II Hons (5 cr) MAC 233 Calculus w/analytic Geometry III (4 cr) Specialized courses may not be offered every session on every campus. + This course must be completed with a grade of C better. 28 MAP 2302 Differential Equations (3 cr) MAS 203 Introduction to Linear Algebra (3 cr) MGF 06 College Mathematics (3 cr) MGF 07 Mathematics f the Liberal Arts (3 cr) MHF 2300 Logic and Proof in Mathematics (3 cr) MHF 2300H Logic and Proof in Mathematics Hons (3cr) MTG 2204 Infmal Geometry (3 cr) STA 2023 Statistical Methods (3 cr) STA 2023H Statistical Methods Hons (3 cr) Valencia does not require a science course with a labaty; however, university majs determine if the student must take one me labaty science courses at Valencia. To select the most appropriate science courses f your maj transfer plan, complete an education plan through Atlas. AST 002 Astronomy (3 cr) AST 002H Astronomy Hons (3 cr) BOT 200C Botany (4 cr) BOT 2800 Ethnobotany (3 cr) BSC 005 Biological Science (3 cr) BSC 005L Lab in Applied Biology ( cr) BSC 005C Biological Science (4 cr) BSC 005H Biological Science Hons (4cr) BSC 00C Fundamentals of Biology I (4 cr) BSC 00H Fundamentals of Biology I Hons (4 cr) BSC 0C Fundamentals of Biology II (4 cr) BSC 0H Fundamentals of Biology II Hons (4 cr) BSC 020 Human Biology (3 cr) BSC 020C Human Biology (4 cr) BSC 026 Biology of Human Sexuality ( 3 cr) BSC 026H Biology of Human Sexuality Hons (3cr) BSC 050 Environmental Science (3 cr) BSC 050H Environmental Science Hons (3 cr) BSC 2093C Human Anatomy and Physiology I (4 cr) BSC 2094C Human Anatomy and Physiology II (4 cr) CHM 020 Chemistry in Everyday Life (3 cr) CHM 025C Introduction to General Chemistry (4 cr) CHM 045C Gen. Chemistry w/qualitative Analysis I (4 cr) CHM 045H Gen. Chemistry w/qualitative Analysis I Hons (4 cr) CHM 046C Gen. Chemistry w/qualitative Analysis II (4 cr) CHM 046H Gen. Chemistry with Qualitative Analysis II Hons (4 cr) CHM 205C Introducty Organic and Biochemistry (4 cr) CHM 220C Organic Chemistry I (4 cr) CHM 22C Organic Chemistry II (4 cr) ESC 000 Earth Sciences (3 cr) GLY 200C Physical Geology (4 cr) GLY 200C Histical Geology (4 cr) GLY 200H Histical Geology Hons (4 cr) MCB 200C Microbiology (4 cr) MET 00 Introduction to Meteology (3 cr) OCB 200C Marine Biology (4 cr) OCE 00 Introduction to Oceanography (3 cr) OCE 00H Introduction to Oceanography Hons (3cr) PCB 440 Flida Environmental Systems (3 cr) PCB 440H Flida Environmental Systems Hons(3 cr) PCB 2300C Aquatic Biology (3 cr) PCB 2308 Natural Histy of Flida Rivers ( cr) PCB 2340 Field Biology (3 cr) PCB 2350 Neotropical Biology (3 cr)

8 PHY 007C PHY 053C PHY 054C PHY 2048C PHY 2048H PHY 2049C PSC 020C AREA 5. SOCIAL SCIENCES Physics (4 cr) Introducty Physics I (4 cr) Introducty Physics II (4 cr) General Physics w/calculus I (4 cr) General Physics w/calculus I-Hons (4cr) General Physics w/calculus II (4 cr) Fundamentals of Physical Science (4 cr) Required Courses - A minimum of three semester credits. POS 204 POS 204H AFA 2000 AMH 200 AMH 200H AMH 2020 AMH 2020H ANT 2000 ASL 250 CLP 00 ECO 000 ECO 203 ECO 203H ECO 2023 ECO 2023H EUH 2000* EUH 200* HIS 2206 INR 2002* INR 2002H* POS 22 PSY 202 PSY 202H SYG 2000 SYG 2000H 3 Credits U.S. Government (3 cr) U.S. Government Hons (3 cr) Introduction to the African-American Experience (3 cr) United States Histy to 877 (3 cr) United States Histy to 877 Hons (3 cr) United States Histy 877 to Present (3 cr) United States Histy 877 to Present Hons (3 cr) Introduction to Anthropology (3 cr) Deaf Culture (3 cr) Psychology of Adjustment (3) Basic Economics (3 cr) Principles of Economics-Macro (3 cr) Principles of Economics-Macro Hons (3 cr) Principles of Economics-Micro (3 cr) Principles of Economics-Micro Hons (3 cr) Western Civilization I (3 cr) Western Civilization II (3 cr) Recent and Contempary Histy (3 cr) International Politics (3 cr) International Politics Hons (3 cr) State and Local Government (3 cr) General Psychology (3 cr) General Psychology Hons (3 cr) Introducty Sociology (3 cr) Introducty Sociology Hons (3 cr) * EUH 2000, EUH 200, INR 2002 and INR 2002H are Gdon Rule writing courses. Although these courses may apply toward either Humanities Social Sciences, the same course cannot apply toward both Humanities and Social Sciences. Accounting Technology Associate in Science Degree This program is designed f students who seek immediate employment in the field of accounting and f those presently employed in accounting careers and desiring advancement. Graduates of specific programs at Orange County Tech Centers and TECO may be eligible f the award of credit in specific courses in this program. F infmation and requirements, visit the Valencia Web site at valenciacollege.edu/asdegrees/transferagreements.cfm to view the articulation agreement. Eligible students should contact the related academic department and/ career program advis at Valencia f the award of credit. Students are strongly encouraged to consult a career program advis in the department office f assistance in determining the best education plan f their career goals. Although scheduling may not always provide f the following progression of courses, students should use the foundation, intermediate and advanced course sequence as a guide in program planning. All degree-seeking students must satisfy entry testing requirements and satisfactily complete all mandaty courses in reading, student success, mathematics, English, and English f Academic Purposes in which the student is placed. Manage business infmation using appropriate software. Prepare financial infmation about business ganizations to suppt external decision making. Prepare individual income tax returns, including suppting documentation. Demonstrate effective business communication skills. Evaluate business and financial infmation to suppt internal decision making. APA Basic Accounting 3 GEB 0 Introduction to Business 3 +* ENC 0 Freshman Composition I 3 CGS 200 Computer Fundamentals and Applications 3 OST 4 Computer Keyboarding SPC 608 Fundamentals of Speech 3 PSY 202 General Psychology 3 OST 335 Business Communications 3 Total Credits 22 * ACG 202 Principles of Financial Accounting 3 * ACG 207 Principles of Managerial Accounting 3 * ACG 2450 Computer Accounting I 3 ECO 203 Principles of Economics-Macro 3 Humanities See Gen. Ed. Requirement 3 Science + * Mathematics See Gen. Ed. Requirement 3 Total Credits 8 ADVANCED COURSES ACG 200 Intermediate Accounting I 3 * ACG 20 Intermediate Accounting II 3 * TAX 2000 Federal Income Tax 3 * ACG 2360 Cost Accounting 3 * ACG 2460 Computer Accounting II Spreadsheets 3 4Accounting Technology Electives 9 Total Credits 24 Total Degree Credits 64 Specialized courses may not be offered every session on every campus. + This course must be completed with a grade of C better. 29 continued

9 ACCOUNTING TECHNOLOGY ELECTIVES APA 2934 Selected Topics in Accounting -3 * APA 2942 Internship in Accounting -3 * BUL 224 Business Law I 3 FIN 2000 Principles of Finance 3 * BUL 2242 Business Law II 3 ECO 2023 Principles of Economics-Micro 3 FIN 200 Personal Investments 3 FIN 200 Personal Finance 3 GEB 350 Introduction to International Business 3 SBM 000 Small Business Management 3 * MAN 202 Principles of Management 3 * MAR 20 Principles of Marketing 3 MTB 03 Business Math 3 +* MAC 2233 Calculus f Business and Social Science 3 OST 2854 Microsoft Office (Applications Package) 3 +* STA 2023 Statistical Methods 3 SLS 303 Job Search * SLS 2940 Service Learning -4 Students may take Computer Keyboarding through credit-byexamination. 2 Students who want to pursue articulation agreements with four-year state schools must choose PSY 202 General Psychology and MAC 02, College Algebra as the science math elective 3 ECO 2023 may be substituted f ECO Students who want to pursue articulation agreements with four-year state schools must choose ECO 2023, Principles of Economics-Micro; MAC 2233 Calculus f Business and Social Science and STA 2023 Statistical Methods as electives. All specialized program courses are offered on the East Campus; some specialized courses are offered at other locations. General education courses are in bold print in the course listing. Several Flida public universities provide opptunities f A.S. degree graduates to pursue a Bachel s degree. All of Valencia s A.S. degrees will transfer into the Bachel of Applied Science (B.A.S.) degree offered at UCF s regional campuses, as well as other universities. F me infmation on UCF s B.A.S. degree, go to regionalcampuses.ucf.edu/program/applied-science. F other transfer options that may be available, go to valenciacollege.edu/asdegrees/transferagreements.cfm. Students who want to continue their education should contact their university of choice f acceptance of this degree. F students who are interested in pursuing UCF s B.A.S. degree, 36 credit hours of general education courses will be required. Students will also have to fulfill the state s feign language requirement, which is two years of the same high school feign language two semesters of the same college-level feign language. Accounting Applications The purpose of this program is to prepare students f entry-level accounting employment to provide supplemental training f persons previously currently employed. The content prepares individuals in the principles, procedures, and theies of ganizing and maintaining financial recds and preparing financial repts. Manage business infmation using appropriate software. Prepare basic financial statements. Demonstrate effective business communication skills. Analyze business and financial infmation f internal decision making. APA Basic Accounting 3 GEB 0 Introduction to Business 3 MTB 03 Business Mathematics 3 Total Credits 9 * ACG 202 Principles of Financial Accounting 3 * ACG 2450 Computer Accounting I 3 OST 335 Business Communications 3 Total Credits 9 ADVANCED COURSES * ACG 207 Principles of Managerial Accounting 3 * ACG 2460 Computer Accounting II Spreadsheets 3 Accounting Applications Electives 3 Total Credits 9 Total Certificate Credits 27 ACCOUNTING APPLICATIONS ELECTIVES * APA 2942 Internship in Accounting -3 FIN 200 Personal Investments 3 FIN 200 Personal Finance 3 OST 4 Computer Keyboarding OST 2854 Microsoft Office (Applications Package) 3 CGS 200 Computer Fundamentals and Applications 3 SLS 303 Job Search Students may take Computer Keyboarding through credit-by-examination. All specialized certificate courses are offered on the East Campus; some specialized courses are offered at other locations. Specialized courses may not be offered every session on every campus. + This course must be completed with a grade of C better. 30 continued

10 Accounting Operations The purpose of this program is to prepare students f entry-level positions in accounting and business to provide supplemental training f persons previously currently employed. The content introduces individuals to the process of data entry into an accounting infmation system and includes the preparation, presentation, and analysis of business repts. Manage business infmation using spreadsheet software. Prepare basic financial statements. Demonstrate effective business communication skills. Analyze business and financial infmation f internal decision making. APA Basic Accounting 3 * ACG 202 Principles of Financial Accounting 3 Total Credits 6 GEB 0 Introduction to Business 3 * ACG 2460 Computer Accounting II - Spreadsheets 3 Total Credits 6 ADVANCED COURSES * ACG 207 Principles of Managerial Accounting 3 Accounting Operations Elective(s) 3 Total Credits 6 Total Certificate Credits 8 ACCOUNTING OPERATIONS ELECTIVES * ACG 2450 Computer Accounting I 3 * APA 2942 Internship in Accounting -3 CGS 200 Computer Fundamentals and Applications 3 FIN 200 Personal Investments 3 FIN 200 Personal Finance 3 OST 4 Computer Keyboarding OST 2854 Microsoft Office (Applications Package) 3 Students may take Computer Keyboarding through credit-byexamination. All certificate courses are offered on the East Campus; some courses are offered at other locations. Accounting Specialist The purpose of this program is to prepare students f entry-level positions in accounting and business, to provide supplemental training f persons previously currently employed. The content introduces individuals to the preparation, presentation, and analysis of business repts. Manage business infmation using spreadsheet software. Prepare basic financial statements. Demonstrate effective business communication skills. APA Basic Accounting 3 * ACG 202 Principles of Financial Accounting 3 Total Credits 6 GEB 0 Introduction to Business 3 * ACG 2460 Computer Accounting II - Spreadsheets 3 Total Credits 6 Total Certificate Credits 2 NOTE: All certificate courses are offered on the East Campus; some courses are offered at other locations. Baking and Pastry Management (Hospitality and Tourism Institute) Associate in Science Degree This program provides students with an exciting opptunity to develop baking and pastry arts skills mastered in state-of-the-art production kitchens. Students will learn confectionary artistry in creating breads, cakes, pastries, and chocolates; yielding visual masterpieces. The program is designed f students planning to become a Pastry Chef and f culinarians, bakers, and others in the culinary industry who want to enhance their baking and pastry skills. Program expenses are given in the Financial section of this catalog. Students are strongly encouraged to consult a career program advis in the department office f assistance in determining the best education plan f their career goals. Although scheduling may not always provide f the following progression of courses, students should use the foundation, intermediate and advanced course sequence as a guide in program planning. All degree-seeking students must satisfy entry testing requirements and satisfactily complete all mandaty courses in reading, student success, mathematics, English, and English f Academic Purposes in which the student is placed. Specialized courses may not be offered every session on every campus. + This course must be completed with a grade of C better. 3 continued

11 Discuss the various ganizations of the hospitality industry. Experience different baking procedures. Integrate human management skills into the classes. Compare various employability skills. Apply sanitation procedures in food service operations. Identify procedures relating to cost controls. Differentiate various baking and pastry service operations. +* ENC 0 Freshman Composition I 3 SPC 608 Fundamentals of Speech 3 OST 746 Food Service Computer Applications 2 FOS 220 Food Service Sanitation Management 3 FSS 050C Baking Ingredients and Technology 3 FSS 2500 Food and Beverage Cost Control 3 Humanities See Gen. Ed. Requirement 3 Total Credits 20 * FSS 052C Specialty Breads 3 FSS 2284C Catering and Banquet Management 3 PSY 202 General Psychology 3 FSS 225 Food and Beverage Management 3 * FSS 2054C Cookies, Tarts, and Friandises 3 * FSS 2056C Pastry Techniques 3 * FSS 2055C Contempary Cakes and Desserts 3 Science + * Mathematics See Gen. Ed. Requirement 3 Total Credits 24 ADVANCED COURSES * FSS 206C Basic and Classical Cakes and Pastries 3 * FSS 2059C Chocolates and Confections 4 * FSS 2057C Individual and Production Pastries 3 * FSS 2060C Restaurant and Production Desserts 4 * FSS 2058C Confectionary Art and Principles of Design 3 * FSS 2950C Culinary Competition -2 variable * FSS 2943 Internship in Baking and Pastry -3 variable Total Credits 20 Total Degree Credits 64 All specialized program courses are offered on the West Campus; some specialized courses are offered at other locations. Students must earn three credits in either a combination of FSS 2943 Internship in Baking and Pastry and FSS 2950C Culinary Competition, three-credits in FSS 2943 Internship in Baking and Pastry. General education courses are in bold print in the course listing. Several Flida public universities provide opptunities f A.S. degree graduates to pursue a Bachel s degree. All of Valencia s A.S. degrees will transfer into the Bachel of Applied Science (B.A.S.) degree offered at UCF s regional campuses, as well as other universities. F me infmation on UCF s B.A.S. degree, go to regionalcampuses.ucf.edu/program/applied-science. F other transfer options that may be available, go to valenciacollege.edu/asdegrees/transferagreements.cfm. Students who want to continue their education should contact their university of choice f acceptance of this degree. F students who are interested in pursuing UCF s B.A.S. degree, 36 credit hours of general education courses will be required. Students will have to fulfill the state s feign language requirement, which is two years of the same high school feign language two semesters of the same college-level feign language. Baking and Pastry Arts (Hospitality and Tourism Institute) This program provides students with an exciting opptunity to develop baking and pastry arts skills mastered in state-of-the-art production kitchens. Students will learn confectionary artistry in creating breads, cakes, and pastries; yielding visual masterpieces. The program is designed f students planning to become a Pastry Cook and f culinarians, bakers, and others in the culinary industry who want to enhance their baking and pastry skills. Program expenses are given in the Financial section of this catalog. Discuss the various ganizations of the hospitality industry. Experience different baking procedures. Integrate human management skills into the classes. Compare various employability skills. Apply sanitation procedures in food service operations. Identify procedures relating to cost controls. Differentiate various baking and pastry service operations. FOS 220 Food Service Sanitation Management 3 FSS 2500 Food and Beverage Cost Control 3 FSS 225 Food and Beverage Management 3 FSS 050C Baking Ingredients and Technology 3 * FSS 052C Specialty Breads 3 FSS 2284C Catering and Banquet Management 3 * FSS 2054C Cookies, Tarts, and Friandises 3 * FSS 2056C Pastry Techniques 3 * FSS 2055C Contempary Cakes and Desserts 3 * FSS 206C Basic and Classical Cakes and Pastries 3 * FSS 2057C Individual and Production Pastries 3 * FSS 2943 Internship in Baking and Pastry Management 2 Total Certificate Credits 35 NOTE: All certificate courses are offered on the West Campus; some courses are offered at other locations. Specialized courses may not be offered every session on every campus. + This course must be completed with a grade of C better. 32

12 Building Construction Technology Associate in Science Degree The program has been planned to provide theetical and classroom experience which closely parallels on-the-job activities. The Building Construction program is designed to train competent technicians capable of wking with architects, engineers, contracts, building officials and others. The program will accommodate architectural drafting, construction estimats, schedulers, and superviss, as well as persons just entering the field of construction. Graduates of specific programs at Orange County Tech Centers and TECO may be eligible f the award of credit in specific courses in this program. F infmation and requirements, visit the Valencia Web site at valenciacollege.edu/asdegrees/transferagreements.cfm to view the articulation agreement. Eligible students should contact the related academic department and/ career program advis at Valencia f the award of credit. Students are strongly encouraged to consult a career program advis in the department office f assistance in determining the best education plan f their career goals. Although scheduling may not always provide f the following progression of courses, students should use the foundation, intermediate and advanced course sequence as a guide in program planning. All degree-seeking students must satisfy entry testing requirements and satisfactily complete all mandaty courses in reading, student success, mathematics, English, and English f Academic Purposes in which the student is placed. Engage in effective interpersonal, al, visual, and written communication. Solve mathematical problems and equations utilizing algebraic and trigonometric functions. Demonstrate basic drafting proficiency, including the ability to use industry-standard computer software to generate 2D and 3D drawings. Demonstrate fundamental knowledge of the systems and processes used to construct the built environment, including an understanding of industry terminology. Demonstrate basic competency in the use of surveying data collects, calculating angles, and field book procedures, and describe their imptance in construction reconnaissance. Estimate the costs f lab, materials, and equipment f a construction project using industry-standard software and procedures. Develop a schedule of activities f a construction project, determine the critical path, and identify methods of compressing the completion time. Wk in a team environment to analyze existing building types, develop a list of programmatic requirements, sketch a schematic design, and use this infmation to develop drawings and models sufficient to present a competent architectural design solution. ETD 03C Introduction to Construction/ Drafting Technology 2 ETD 00C Engineering Drawing 3 ETD 320 Introduction to CADD 3 * TAR 20C Architectural Drawing I 4 MTB 232 Technical Mathematics 4 +* ENC 0 Freshman Composition I 3 Total Credits 9 ETC 25 Engineering Materials and Processes 4 * BCN 2405 Statics and Strength of Materials 4 BCN 2563 Building Service Systems 3 * ETD 340 Advanced CADD 3 BCT 705 Contracts, Codes, Specifications and Office Practices 3 * SUR 0C Basic Surveying and Measurements (Surveying I) 4 Science +* Mathematics See Gen. Ed. Requirement 3 Total Credits 24 ADVANCED COURSES * TAR 2033C Architectural Design 3 * BCT 2770 Building Construction Estimating 4 BCN 72 Construction Planning and Control 4 Architectural/Building Construction Technology Elective Humanities See Gen. Ed. Requirement 3 Social ScienceSee Gen. Ed. Requirement 3 Gen. Ed. Elective See Gen. Ed. Requirement 3 Total Credits 2 Total Degree Credits 64 BUILDING CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY ELECTIVES The Elective requirement may be satisfied with any course in the Course Descriptions section of the Valencia catalog with the subject prefix of ARC, BCN, BCT, ETC, ETD, ETM, SUR TAR. Specialized program courses are offered on the West Campus. General education courses are in bold print in the course listing. Several Flida public universities provide opptunities f A.S. degree graduates to pursue a Bachel s degree. All of Valencia s A.S. degrees will transfer into the Bachel of Applied Science (B.A.S.) degree offered at UCF s regional campuses, as well as other universities. F me infmation on UCF s B.A.S. degree, go to regionalcampuses.ucf.edu/program/applied-science. F other transfer options that may be available, go to valenciacollege.edu/asdegrees/transferagreements.cfm. Students who want to continue their education should contact their university of choice f acceptance of this degree. Specialized courses may not be offered every session on every campus. + This course must be completed with a grade of C better. 33 F students who are interested in pursuing UCF s B.A.S. degree, 36 credit hours of general education courses will be required. Students will continued

13 also have to fulfill the state s feign language requirement, which is two years of the same high school feign language two semesters of the same college-level feign language. Building Construction Specialist This certificate is designed to prepare individuals f entry-level positions wking with architects, engineers, contracts, and building officials. It provides a wking knowledge of estimating, scheduling, and interpreting commercial and residential blueprints. It also provides the foundation f individuals pursuing a career in building inspection and quality control. Engage in effective interpersonal, al, visual, and written communication. Solve mathematical problems and equations utilizing algebraic and trigonometric functions. Demonstrate fundamental knowledge of the systems and processes used to construct the built environment, including an understanding of industry terminology. Estimate the costs f lab, materials, and equipment f a construction project using industry-standard software and procedures. Develop a schedule of activities f a construction project, determine the critical path, and identify methods of compressing the completion time. MTB 232 Technical Mathematics 4 ETC 25 Engineering Materials and Processes 4 * BCT 2770 Building Construction Estimating 4 BCN 72 Construction Planning and Control 4 Building Construction Elective(s) 2 Total Certificate Credits 8 BUILDING CONSTRUCTION ELECTIVES BCN 272 Construction Blueprint Reading 3 BCN 2563 Building Service Systems 3 * BCN 294 Internship Explation in Construction * BCN 2942 Internship in Architectural/Building Construction -4 BCT 705 Contracts, Codes, Specifications, and Office Practices 3 SUR 0C Basic Surveying and Measurements (Surveying I) 4 NOTE: All certificate courses are offered on the West Campus. Specialized courses may not be offered every session on every campus. + This course must be completed with a grade of C better. Business Administration Associate in Science Degree (Articulated A.S. to B.A./B.S. Career Path) This program is designed f students who seek immediate employment in the field of business administration and/ who decide to utilize this Articulated A.S. to B.A./B.S. Career Path to transfer to any Flida public university as a juni to complete a four-year Bachel s degree in General Business Administration. This program will help students develop managerial know-how and become valuable assets to any company. Instruction in this program provides a balanced curriculum of general education and businessrelated subjects. Students are strongly encouraged to consult a career program advis in the department office f assistance in determining the best education plan f their career goals. Although scheduling may not always provide f the following progression of courses, students should use the foundation, intermediate and advanced course sequence as a guide in program planning. All degree-seeking students must satisfy entry testing requirements and satisfactily complete all mandaty courses in reading, student success, mathematics, English, and English f Academic Purposes in which the student is placed. Perfm the management functions. Compare selected theies of management. Prepare basic financial statements. Analyze business and financial infmation f internal decision making. Assess ethical issues in business situations. Perfm the functions in the marketing mix. Use basic business applications software. +* ENC 0 Freshman Composition I 3 GEB 0 Introduction to Business 3 + CGS 200 Computer Fundamentals and Applications 3 +* MAC 05 College Algebra 3 SPC 608 Fundamentals of Speech 3 Elective(s) 3 Total Credits 8 * BUL 224 Business Law I 3 +* MAN 202 Principles of Management 3 +* ENC 02 Freshman Composition II 3 + ECO 203 Principles of Economics-Macro 3 +* ACG 202 Principles of Financial Accounting 3 +* Humanities HUM Prefix (Gdon Rule Writing) 3 Science Humanities See Gen. Ed. Requirement 3 Elective(s) (See recommended electives) 7 Total Credits 28 continued

14 ADVANCED COURSES +* MAC 2233 Calculus f Business and Social Science 3 Science Humanities See Gen. Ed. Requirement 3 +* STA 2023 Statistical Methods 3 +* MAR 20 Principles of Marketing 3 +* ACG 207 Principles of Managerial Accounting 3 + ECO 2023 Principles of Economics-Micro 3 Total Credits 8 Total Degree Credits 64 Recommended electives include SLS 22 Student Success, SLS 303 Job Search, *INR 2002 International Politics, and an applicable internship. Students are encouraged to see the Program Direct f Business Administration f special career advisement. General education courses are in bold print in the course listing. Several Flida public and private universities provide opptunities, in addition to the Articulated A.S. to B.S. transfer option, f A.S. degree graduates to pursue a Bachel s degree. Infmation on some of these transfer options, including UCF s Bachel of Applied Science (B.A.S.) degree, may be found at valenciacollege.edu/asdegrees/transferagreements.cfm. Students who want to continue their education should contact their university of choice f acceptance of this degree. F students who are interested in pursuing UCF s B.A.S. degree, 36 credit hours of general education courses will be required. Students will also have to fulfill the state s feign language requirement, which is two years of the same high school feign language two semesters of the same college-level feign language. Business Management, Marketing, and Administration with Specializations in: Finance Human Resources Management International Business Management Marketing Property and Casualty Insurance Management Real Estate Management Small Business Management Associate in Science Degree This program will help students develop managerial know-how and become valuable assets to any company. Instruction in this program provides a balanced curriculum of general education and businessrelated subjects. Students, who have earned a Flida Real Estate License their Flida 4-40 Property and Casualty Insurance License passed certain AICPCU exams, may be eligible to receive college credit f courses in this program. F infmation and requirements, visit the Valencia Web site at valenciacollege.edu/asdegrees/transferagreements.cfm to view the Alternative Award of Credit Agreement and complete a request fm. To have the credit awarded, students should bring the required documentation to the Dean s academic department f verification and approval. Students are strongly encouraged to consult a career program advis in the department office f assistance in determining the best education plan f their career goals. Students wishing to transfer any credits from this program to another institution must accept responsibility f securing approval from the transfer institution. Although scheduling may not always provide f the following progression of courses, students should use the foundation, intermediate and specialization course sequence as a guide in program planning. All degree-seeking students must satisfy entry testing requirements and satisfactily complete all mandaty courses in reading, student success, mathematics, English, and English f Academic Purposes in which the student is placed. +* ENC 0 Freshman Composition I 3 SPC 608 Fundamentals of Speech 3 GEB 0 Introduction to Business 3 OST 4 Computer Keyboarding MTB 03 Business Mathematics 3 * BUL 224 Business Law I 3 Total Credits 6 CGS 200 Computer Fundamentals and Applications 3 PSY 202 General Psychology 3 OST 335 Business Communications 3 * ACG 202 Principles of Financial Accounting 3 * MAN 202 Principles of Management 3 OST 283 Microsoft Windows (Operating System) Humanities See Gen. Ed. Requirement 3 Science +* Mathematics See Gen. Ed. Requirement 3 Total Credits 22 Finance Specialization The Associate in Science degree in Business Management, Marketing and Administration program includes business and general education courses designed to provide a career in business further study. The program prepares graduates f entry into a career in business the opptunity to transfer into a Bachel of Applied Science. Specialized courses may not be offered every session on every campus. + This course must be completed with a grade of C better. 35 Assess legal and ethical aspects of financial issues. Compare selected Theies of Management. Apply Business Mathematics Principles. Use basic Business Application Software. Examine the Financial Industry trends. Describe basic business law in the areas of security procedures and fraud detection. Prepare basic financial statements. continued

15 ECO 203 Principles of Economics-Macro ECO 2023 Principles of Economics-Micro 3 FIN 2000 Principles of Finance 3 FIN 200 Personal Investments 3 FIN 200 Personal Finance 3 SLS 303 Job Search CGS 250 Spreadsheet Applications f Business 3 Internships and/ Business Electives 7 Elective(s) 3 Total Credits 26 Total Degree Credits 64 Human Resources Management Specialization ECO 203 Principles of Economics-Macro ECO 2023 Principles of Economics-Micro 3 + GEB 350 Introduction to International Business 3 * MAR 256 International Marketing 3 * FIN 205 International Finance 3 CGS 250 Spreadsheet Applications f Business 3 SLS 303 Job Search Internship(s) and/ Business Elective(s) 7 Elective(s) 3 Total Credits 26 Total Degree Credits 64 Management Specialization Perfm the management functions. Compare selected theies of management. Prepare basic financial statements. Assess ethical issues in business situations. Use basic business application software. Perfm basic human resources functions Apply knowledge of federal and state laws governing human resources management. Apply business mathematics principles. MAN 2300 Introduction to Human Resources Management 3 * MNA 2329 Case Studies in Human Resources Management 3 * MNA 2320 Human Resources Recruitment, Selection, and Staffing 3 * MNA 2325 Compensation and Benefits Systems 3 * MNA 2403 Human Resources Management Law and Employee Relations 3 SLS 303 Job Search Internship(s) and/ Business Elective(s) 7 Elective(s) 3 Total Credits 26 Total Degree Credits 64 Most Human Resources Management Specialization courses are offered only on the East Campus. International Business Specialization Perfm the management functions. Compare selected theies of management. Prepare basic financial statements. Assess ethical issues in business situations. Perfm the functions in the marketing mix. Use basic business applications software. Apply business mathematics principles. Explain the legal principles that generally apply to business entities. Specialized courses may not be offered every session on every campus. + This course must be completed with a grade of C better. 36 perfm the management functions Compare selected theies of management. Prepare basic financial statements. Assess ethical issues in business situations. Perfm the functions in the marketing mix. Use basic business application software. Apply business mathematics principles. Explain the legal principles that generally apply to business entities. ECO 203 Principles of Economics-Macro ECO 2023 Principles of Economics-Micro 3 * MAR 20 Principles of Marketing 3 * BUL 2242 Business Law II 3 * ACG 207 Principles of Managerial Accounting 3 CGS 250 Spreadsheet Applications f Business 3 SLS 303 Job Search Internship(s) and/ Business Electives 7 Elective(s) 3 Total Credits 26 Total Degree Credits 64 Marketing Specialization Perfm the management functions. Compare selected theies of management. Prepare basic financial statements. Assess ethical issues in business situations. Perfm the functions in the marketing mix. Use basic business application software. Apply business mathematics principles Explain the legal principles that generally apply to business entities. Apply advertising and selling principles to an ganization s overall success. * MAR 20 Principles of Marketing 3 * MKA 202 Principles of Selling 3 * MKA 25 Advertising 3 * BUL 2242 Business Law II 3 SLS 303 Job Search CGS 250 Spreadsheet Applications f Business 3

16 Internship(s) and/ Business Electives 7 Elective(s) 3 Total Credits 26 Total Degree Credits 64 Property and Casualty Insurance Management Specialization This specialization will provide students with the necessary course wk that can lead to profitable and rewarding careers in the insurance industry life, health, property and casualty. Emphasis is placed on job preparation f affiliation with insurance agencies and home office operations. F individuals already employed, courses are made available f career advancement opptunities. These include Chartered Life Underwriters (CLU), Accredited Advis in Insurance (AAI), and Insurance Institute of America (IIA). Courses leading to licensing requirements f property and casualty general agents, customer representatives, and adjusters also are available. Perfm the management functions. Compare selected theies of management. Assess ethical issues in business situations. Use basic business applications software. Apply business mathematics principles. Apply the principles of personal, commercial and property insurance. Apply the principles of casualty insurance and casualty bonding. Analyze basic risk management. RMI 20 Principles of Property and Liability Insurance 3 * RMI 20 Personal Insurance Planning 3 * RMI 223 Commercial Insurance 3 * MAR 20 Principles of Marketing 3 OST 2858 Microsoft Excel CGS 250 Spreadsheet Applications f Business 3 * MKA 202 Principles of Selling CTS 55 Introduction to Customer Service and Help Desk 3 Internship(s) and/ Business Electives 5 Elective(s) 3 Total Credits 26 Total Degree Credits 64 All Property and Casualty Insurance Management Specialization courses are offered on the East Campus; some courses are offered at other locations. Real Estate Management Specialization Perfm the Management Functions. Compare selected Theies of Management. Apply Business Mathematics Principles. Use basic Business Application Software. Specialized courses may not be offered every session on every campus. + This course must be completed with a grade of C better. 37 Apply the effect of current economic trends on the Real Estate industry. Appropriately use Real Estate Terminology. Apply Selling Principles to an ganization s overall success. Prepare basic Financial Statements. Assess ethical issues in Business situations. REE 000 Real Estate Principles and Practices 3 REE 400 Flida Real Estate Law 3 * MKA 202 Principles of Selling 3 SLS 303 Job Search Internship(s) and/ Business Electives 3 Elective(s) 3 Total Credits 26 Total Degree Credits 64 Small Business Management Specialization Perfm the management functions. Compare selected theies of management. Apply business mathematics principles. Use basic business application software. Prepare basic financial statements. Generate a business plan. Perfm the functions in the marketing mix. SBM 000 Small Business Management 3 * MAR 20 Principles of Marketing 3 SLS 303 Job Search CGS 250 Spreadsheet Applications f Business 3 Internship(s) and/ Business Electives 3 Elective(s) 3 Total Credits 26 Total Degree Credits 64 Business Management This program is designed f students seeking specialized training to prepare f employment to enhance their skills in the fields of Business Management, Finance, Marketing, Small Business Management, and Retail. Compare selected theies of management. Use basic business application software. Assess ethical issues in business situations. Apply business mathematics principles. GEB 0 Introduction to Business 3 CGS 200 Computer Fundamentals and Applications OST 2854 Microsoft Office 3 MTB 03 2 Business Mathematics APA Basic Accounting continued

17 * ACG 202 Principles of Financial Accounting 3 Foundation Business Elective 3 Total Credits 2 * BUL 224 Business Law I 3 Intermediate Business Elective 3 Total Credits 6 ADVANCED COURSES INP 30 Psychology in Business and Industry PSY 202 General Psychology 3 Advanced Business Elective(s) 3 Total Credits 6 Total Certificate Credits 24 FOUNDATION BUSINESS ELECTIVES These courses may be used f Foundation Business Elective credit if not being used as a Certificate requirement. FIN 2000 Principles of Finance 3 * MAN 202 Principles of Management 3 * MAR 20 Principles of Marketing 3 * MKA 202 Principles of Selling 3 SBM 000 Small Business Management 3 INTERMEDIATE BUSINESS ELECTIVES These courses may be used f Intermediate Business Elective credit if not being used as a Certificate requirement. * ACG 202 Principles of Financial Accounting 3 * ACG 207 Principles of Managerial Accounting 3 APA Basic Accounting 3 FIN 2000 Principles of Finance 3 FIN 200 Personal Investments 3 FIN 200 Personal Finance 3 GEB 36 Foundations of E-Business 3 INP 30 Psychology in Business and Industry 3 * MAN 202 Principles of Management 3 * MAR 20 Principles of Marketing 3 * MKA 202 Principles of Selling 3 MTB 03 Business Mathematics 3 OST 335 Business Communications 3 PSY 202 General Psychology 3 SBM 000 Small Business Management 3 ADVANCED BUSINESS ELECTIVES These courses may be used f Advanced Business Elective credit if not being used as a Certificate requirement. Select from courses with subject prefixes of: ACG, APA,CTS, MKA, MNA, MTB, OST, REE, RMI, SBM, TAX, SLS 303, SLS 22, and SPC 608. CGS 200 is a transferable course. 2 MAT 033C higher mathematics may be substituted f MTB 03. Specialized courses may not be offered every session on every campus. + This course must be completed with a grade of C better. 38 Business Operations This program is designed f students seeking specialized training to prepare f employment to enhance their skills in the fields of Business Management, Finance, Marketing, Small Business Management, and Retail. Compare selected theies of management. Use basic business application software. Apply business mathematics principles. Assess ethical issues in business situations. GEB 0 Introduction to Business 3 CGS 200 Computer Fundamentals and Applications OST 2854 Microsoft Office 3 MTB 03 2 Business Mathematics APA Basic Accounting * ACG 202 Principles of Financial Accounting 3 Foundation Business Elective 3 * BUL 224 Business Law I 3 Intermediate Business Elective 3 Total Certificate Credits 8 FOUNDATION BUSINESS ELECTIVES These courses may be used f Foundation Business Elective credit if not being used as a Certificate requirement. FIN 2000 Principles of Finance 3 * MAN 202 Principles of Management 3 * MAR 20 Principles of Marketing 3 * MKA 202 Principles of Selling 3 SBM 000 Small Business Management 3 INTERMEDIATE BUSINESS ELECTIVES These courses may be used f Intermediate Business Elective credit if not being used as a Certificate requirement. * ACG 202 Principles of Financial Accounting 3 * ACG 207 Principles of Managerial Accounting 3 APA Basic Accounting 3 FIN 2000 Principles of Finance 3 FIN 200 Personal Investments 3 FIN 200 Personal Finance 3 GEB 36 Foundations of E-Business 3 INP 30 Psychology in Business and Industry 3 * MAN 202 Principles of Management 3 * MAR 20 Principles of Marketing 3 * MKA 202 Principles of Selling 3 MTB 03 Business Mathematics 3 OST 335 Business Communications 3 PSY 202 General Psychology 3 SBM 000 Small Business Management 3

18 CGS 200 is a transferable course. 2 MAT 033C higher mathematics may be substituted f MTB 03. Business Specialist This program is designed f students seeking specialized training to prepare f employment to enhance their skills in the fields of Business Management, Finance, Marketing, Small Business Management, and Retail. Compare selected theies of management. Use basic business application software. Assess ethical issues in business situations. Apply business mathematics principles. GEB 0 Introduction to Business 3 CGS 200 Computer Fundamentals and Applications OST 2854 Microsoft Office 3 MTB 03 2 Business Mathematics APA Basic Accounting * ACG 202 Principles of Financial Accounting 3 3 Foundation Business Elective 3 Total Certificate Credits 2 FOUNDATION BUSINESS ELECTIVES These courses may be used f Foundation Business Elective credit if not being used as a Certificate requirement. FIN 2000 Principles of Finance 3 * MAN 202 Principles of Management 3 * MAR 20 Principles of Marketing 3 * MKA 202 Principles of Selling 3 SBM 000 Small Business Management 3 CGS 200 is a transferable course. 2 MAT 033C higher mathematics may be substituted f MTB 03. Customer Service Management This program is designed f students seeking specialized training to prepare f employment to enhance their skills in the field of Customer Service. Compare selected theies of management. Use basic business application software. Perfm the functions in the marketing mix. Implement business, technical and interpersonal skills f customer suppt. Perfm the management functions. GEB 0 Introduction to Business 3 CGS 200 Computer Fundamentals and Applications 3 CTS 55 Introduction to Customer Service and Help Desk Concepts 3 Customer Service Elective(s) 3 Total Credits 2 * MAR 20 Principles of Marketing 3 OST 335 Business Communications 3 Total Credits 6 ADVANCED COURSES PSY 202 General Psychology INP 30 Psychology in Business and Industry 3 * MAN 202 Principles of Management 3 Total Credits 6 Total Certificate Credits 24 CUSTOMER SERVICE ELECTIVES These courses may be used f Customer Service Elective credit if not being used as a Certificate requirement. Select from courses with subject prefixes of: ACG, APA, BUL, CTS, GEB, ECO, MAN, MAR, MKA, MNA, MTB, OST, REE, RMI, SBM, TAX, SLS 22, SLS 303, SLS 2940, and SPC 608. Customer Service Operations This program is designed f students seeking specialized training to prepare f employment to enhance their skills in the field of Customer Service. Compare selected theies of management. Use basic business application software. Perfm the functions in the marketing mix. Implement business, technical and interpersonal skills f customer suppt. Specialized courses may not be offered every session on every campus. + This course must be completed with a grade of C better. 39 continued

19 GEB 0 Introduction to Business 3 CGS 200 Computer Fundamentals and Applications 3 CTS 55 Introduction to Customer Service and Help Desk Concepts 3 Customer Service Elective(s) 3 Total Credits 2 * MAR 20 Principles of Marketing 3 OST 335 Business Communications 3 Total Credits 6 Total Certificate Credits 8 CUSTOMER SERVICE ELECTIVES These courses may be used f Customer Service Elective credit if not being used as a Certificate requirement. Select from courses with subject prefixes of: ACG, APA, BUL, CTS, ECO, GEB, MAN, MAR, MKA, MNA, MTB, OST, REE, RMI, SBM, TAX, SLS 22, SLS 303, SLS 2940, and SPC 608. Customer Service Specialist This program is designed f students seeking specialized training to prepare f employment to enhance their skills in the field of Customer Service. Compare selected theies of management. Use basic business application software. Implement business, technical and interpersonal skills f customer suppt. GEB 0 Introduction to Business 3 CGS 200 Computer Fundamentals and Applications 3 CTS 55 Introduction to Customer Service and Help Desk Concepts 3 Customer Service Elective(s) 3 Total Certificate Credits 2 CUSTOMER SERVICE ELECTIVES These courses may be used f Customer Service Elective credit if not being used as a Certificate requirement. Select from courses with subject prefixes of: ACG, APA, BUL,CTS, ECO, GEB, MAN, MAR, MKA, MNA, MTB, OST, REE, RMI, SBM, TAX, SLS 22, SLS 303, SLS 2940, and SPC 608. Human Resources Management This program is designed f students seeking specialized training to prepare f employment to enhance their skills in the fields of Human Resources Management. Perfm the management functions. Use basic business application software. Perfm basic human resources functions. Apply knowledge of federal and state laws governing human resources management. Assess ethical issues in business situations. MAN 2300 Introduction to Human Resources Management 3 * MNA 2320 Human Resources Recruiting, Selection and Staffing 3 CGS 200 Computer Fundamentals and Applications OST 2854 Microsoft Office 3 GEB 0 Introduction to Business Business Elective(s) 3 Total Credits 2 * MNA 2403 Human Resources Management Law and Employee Relations 3 Business Elective(s) 3 Total Credits 6 ADVANCED COURSES * MNA 2329 Case Studies in Human Resources 3 * MNA 2325 Compensation and Benefits Systems 3 Total Credits 6 Total Certificate Credits 24 BUSINESS ELECTIVES These courses may be used f Business Elective credit if not being used as a Certificate requirement. Select from courses with subject prefixes of: ACG, APA, BUL, CGS, CIS, COP, CTS, FIN, GEB, INP, MAN, MAR, MKA, MNA, MTB, OST, REE, RMI, SBM, TAX, SLS 303, SLS 22, and SPC 608. CGS 200 is a transferable course. The credits in this certificate program apply toward the Business Administration Associate in Science degree. Most certificate courses are offered only on the East Campus. Specialized courses may not be offered every session on every campus. + This course must be completed with a grade of C better. 40

20 Human Resources Operations This program is designed f students seeking specialized training to prepare f employment to enhance their skills in the field of Human Resources Management. Perfm the management functions. Use basic business application software. Perfm basic human resources functions. Apply knowledge of federal and state laws governing human resources management. Assess ethical issues in business situations. MAN 2300 Introduction to Human Resources Management 3 * MNA 2320 Human Resources Recruiting, Selection and Staffing 3 CGS 200 Computer Fundamentals and Applications OST 2854 Microsoft Office 3 GEB 0 Introduction to Business Business Elective(s) 3 Total Credits 2 * MNA 2403 Human Resources Management Law and Employee Relations 3 Business Elective(s) 3 Total Credits 6 Total Certificate Credits 8 BUSINESS ELECTIVES These courses may be used f Business Elective credit if not being used as a Certificate requirement. Select from courses with subject prefixes of: ACG, APA, BUL, CGS, CIS, COP, CTS, FIN, GEB, INP, MAN, MAR, MKA, MNA, MTB, OST, REE, RMI< SBM, TAX, SLS 303, SLS 22, and SPC 608. CGS 200 is a transferable course. The credits in this certificate program apply toward the Business Administration Associate in Science degree. Most certificate courses are offered only on the East Campus. Human Resources Specialist This program is designed f students seeking specialized training to prepare f employment to enhance their skills in the field of Human Resources Management. Specialized courses may not be offered every session on every campus. + This course must be completed with a grade of C better. 4 Perfm the Management Functions. Use basic Business Application Software. Perfm basic Human Resources Functions. Assess ethical issues in Business situations. MAN 2300 Introduction to Human Resources Management 3 * MNA 2320 Human Resources Recruiting, Selection and Staffing 3 CGS 200 Computer Fundamentals and Applications OST 2854 Microsoft Office 3 GEB 0 Introduction to Business Business Elective(s) 3 Total Certificate Credits 2 BUSINESS ELECTIVES These courses may be used f Business Elective credit if not being used as a Certificate requirement. Select from courses with subject prefixes of: ACG, APA, BUL, CGS, CIS,COP, CTS, FIN, GEB, INP, MAN, MAR, MKA, MNA, MTB, OST, REE, RMI, SBM, TAX, TRA, SLS 303, SLS 22, and SPC 608. CGS 200 is a transferable course. The credits in this certificate program apply toward the Business Administration Associate in Science degree. Most certificate courses are offered only on the East Campus. Real Estate Specialist This program is designed f students seeking specialized training to prepare f employment to enhance their skills in the field of Real Estate. Perfm the management functions. Use basic business application software. Apply the effect of current economic trends on the real estate industry. Appropriately use real estate terminology. REE 000 Real Estate Principles and Practices 3 REE 400 Flida Real Estate Law 3 CGS 200 Computer Fundamentals and Applications OST 2854 Microsoft Office 3 PLA 6 Real Property I GEB 0 Introduction to Business Business Elective(s) 3 Total Certificate Credits 2 continued

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