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1 94 Associate of Applied Science Degree Associate of Arts Degree Associate of Science Degree Liberal Arts...96 Associate of Arts Degree...97 Associate of Arts General Weekend College...98 Anthropology Communication Studies Transfer English Transfer Geography History Transfer Information Sciences- Library Professional International Studies Transfer Journalism Transfer Psychology Transfer Public Relations and Advertising Transfer.111 Social Work Transfer Sociology Transfer World Languages Transfer World Languages Certificate of Proficiency Fine and Performing Arts Commercial Art Transfer Commercial Art Technology Commercial Art Technology Certificate Commercial Photography Certificate Fine Art Transfer Interior Design Certificate Music Performance/Education Transfer Music Business Technology Certificate Photography Transfer Theatre Transfer Natural Sciences Landscape and Turfgrass Management Program Golf/Turf Management Major Sciences and Mathematics Associate of Science Degree Associate of Science General Weekend College Biology Transfer Chemistry Transfer Mathematics Transfer Pre-Biotechnology Transfer Pre-Business Administration Transfer Pre-Cancer Information Management Transfer Pre-Culinary Arts Transfer Pre-Dental Hygiene Transfer Pre-Dietetic Transfer Pre-Health Information Transfer Pre-Hospitality Management Transfer Pre-LPN to RN Transfer Pre-Massage Therapy Transfer Pre-Medical Assisting Transfer Pre-Medical Imaging Transfer Pre-Nursing Transfer Pre-Occupational Therapy Transfer Pre-Paramedic to RN Transfer Pre-Pharmacy Transfer Pre-Physical Therapist Transfer Pre-Professional Engineering Transfer Pre-Radiography Transfer Pre-Surgical Transfer Wildlife Management Certificate Integrative Organs Systems Sciences Transfer Teacher Education Adolescence Education Transfer Early Childhood Education Transfer Middle Childhood Education Transfer Multi-Age Education Transfer Early Childhood Education Technology Educational Paraprofessional Major Early Childhood Center Director s Certificate...172

2 95 The offers transfer associate degree programs in conjunction with area four-year colleges and universities. Students can choose a general concentration or a more specialized area, such as English literature, history or biology. Courses taken at Owens Community College parallel the freshman and sophomore courses normally found at a four-year college or university. In addition, the complements the College s technical curricula with courses that build the General Education competencies quantitative reasoning, written communication, oral communication, critical thinking, social responsibility and information literacy thus preparing students for an ever-changing world. TOLEDO-AREA CAMPUS (567) GO-OWENS, Ext FINDLAY-AREA CAMPUS (567) GO-OWENS, Ext. 3562

3 96 Liberal Arts Liberal Arts includes the humanities, social sciences, fine and performing arts and world languages and provides a basis in exposure and perspective that serves for further study in any discipline.

4 Associate of Arts Degree Associate of Arts General Concentration This concentration is designed to prepare students for transfer to a four-year college or university and is the equivalent of the freshman and sophomore years of a Bachelor of Arts Degree program. For students who do not have a decided interest in one field of study, the concentration provides a broad knowledge of liberal arts. Elective courses give the student the flexibility to choose from a number of transferable courses. 1 FYE 188, SSC 100, SSC 115, SSC 130 or a liberal arts elective may substitute for FYE 121 for transfer students who have taken 24 credit hours or more either at Owens Community College or another college or university. 2 Choose from electives on page Select from: MTH 128, MTH 130 or MTH Select from: BIO 201, 202, 211, 212 or CHM 121, 122, 201 or PHY 201, 202, 221, Select from: SPE 100, SPE 101 or SPE Select from a two-course sequence in one language under the Associate of Arts degree. 7 Select from: GOV 100, 111, 205 or Select from: SOC 220, ENG 215, ENG 225, AAS 101, AAS 120, HUM 275, HIS 270, PSY 270, SOC 270, SPA 100 ENG 111 Composition I 3 lec 3 credits FYE 121 Foundations for College 1 2 lec 2 credits IST 131 Computer Concepts and Applications 4 lec 4 credits Arts and Humanities Elective 2 3 lec 3 credits Social and Behavioral Sciences Elective 2 3 lec 3 credits 15 credits ENG 112 Composition II 3 lec 3 credits MTH Math Electives lec 4-5 credits Arts and Humanities Elective 2 3 lec 3 credits Social and Behavioral Sciences Elective 2 3 lec 3 credits Science Elective lec/lab 3-5 credits credits SPE Speech Elective 5 3 lec 3 credits Lab Science Elective lec 3 lab 4-5 credits World Language Elective 6 4 lec 4 credits GOV Social and Behavioral Sciences Elective 7 3 lec 3 credits Diversity Elective 8 3 lec 3 credits credits IDS 295 Capstone Seminar or IDS 298 Service Learning Capstone 3 lec 3 credits Arts and Humanities Elective 2 3 lec 3 credits Social and Behavioral Sciences Elective 2 3 lec 3 credits World Language Elective 6 4 lec 4 credits 13 credits Note: The Student Learning Outcomes consist of the General Education Core Competencies found on page 8. Please see elective information on page 100. Note: Although ENG 111/112 are required, students needing or desiring additional communications electives may choose from the following courses: ENG 120, 130, 235, JRN 150, 151, SPE 100, 101, 102, 200, 210, 220, 230. TRANSFER PROGRAM Associate of Arts 97 Credits required: Minimum GPA required: 2.0 Career Interests: Students pursuing this degree may have an interest in communications, economics, English, world languages, geography, history, journalism, philosophy, political science, pre-law, sociology, social work or speech. Transfer Information: Transfer institutions may require different courses for this transfer program. Students should tailor their Owens program as closely as possible to the requirements at their four-year school of choice. Meet with an Enrollment Services representative for more information.

5 98 Associate of Arts Associate of Arts General Weekend College Credits required: Transfer Information: Transfer institutions may require different courses for this transfer program. Students should tailor their Owens program as closely as possible to the requirements at their four-year school of choice. Meet with an Enrollment Services representative for more information. The Weekend College Program is designed for highly motivated students who want face-toface classes leading toward an associate degree that is fully transferable to a four-year college or university. This program allows students to complete either an Associate of Arts General or an Associate of Science General degree on the weekend. The program was designed with the full-time employee in mind, providing students an opportunity to complete an entire degree attending school part time on the weekends. Students can take two classes during the fall, spring and summer semesters and complete a degree in four years. Suggested Sequence of Coursework Semester I (Year 1) ENG 111 English Composition I 3 credits FYE 121 Foundations of College 2 credits 5 credits Semester II MTH 128 College Algebra 3 credits ENG 112 Composition II 3 credits 6 credits Semester III Social and Behavioral Science Elective 3 credits 3 credits Semester IV (Year 2) IST 131 Computer Concepts and Applications 4 credits GOV 100, 111, 205 or credits 7 credits Semester V SPE Speech Elective 3 credits SCI Science Elective 3-5 credits 6-8 credits Semester VI Social and Behavioral Science Elective 3 credits 3 credits Semester VII (Year 3) World Languages Elective (Spanish I) 3 credits Arts and Humanities Elective 3 credits 6 credits Semester VIII World Languages Elective (Spanish II) 3 credits Social and Behavioral Science Elective 3 credits 6 credits Semester IX (Year 4) SCI Science Elective 3-5 credits SOC 220 Multicultural Diversity 3 credits 6-8 credits

6 99 Semester X Science Elective 3 credits SOC 220 Multicultural Diversity 3 credits 6 credits Semester XI Capstone Course 3 credits Social and Behavioral Science Elective 3 credits 6 credits Semester XII Arts and Humanities Elective 3 credits 3 credits

7 100 NOTE: Bold indicates TAG-approved course. * Indicates Lab Science Associate of Arts General: Elective Information Arts/Humanities ART 101 Art Appreciation 3 credits ART 105 History of Western Art 3 credits ENG 120 Business Communication 3 credits ENG 200 Introduction to Literature 3 credits ENG 201 Introduction to Drama 3 credits ENG 210 Introduction to Fiction 3 credits ENG 215 American Multicultural Literature 3 credits ENG 220 Introduction to Poetry 3 credits ENG 225 Women in Literature 3 credits ENG 251 World Literature I 3 credits ENG 252 World Literature II 3 credits ENG 264 British Literature to credits ENG 265 British Literature 1700-Present 3 credits ENG 266 American Literature I 3 credits ENG 267 American Literature II 3 credits ENG 280 Introduction to Shakespeare 3 credits HIS 101 Western Civilization I 3 credits HIS 102 Western Civilization II 3 credits HIS 151 World Civilization I 3 credits HIS 152 World Civilization II 3 credits HIS 170 African-American History 3 credits HIS 201 American History I 3 credits HIS 202 American History II 3 credits HIS 250 World War II 3 credits HIS 270 History of Women in America 3 credits HUM 100 Introduction to the Humanities 3 credits HUM 200 Great Ideas 3 credits HUM 275 World Religions 3 credits?st 120 Intro to African-American Culture 3 credits MUS 101 Music Appreciation 3 credits MUS 102 Survey of Jazz Styles 3 credits MUS 103 History of Popular Music 3 credits MUS 105 Music of World Cultures 3 credits MUS 201 Music History I 3 credits MUS 202 Music History II 3 credits PHL 101 Introduction to Philosophy 3 credits PHL 102 Principles of Ethics 3 credits SPA 100 Hispanic Culture 4 credits SPE 101 Public Speaking 3 credits SPE 102 Interpersonal Communications 3 credits SPE 110 Introduction to Mass Media 3 credits SPE 201 Intro to Communication Theory 3 credits SPE 210 Small Group Communication 3 credits THE 261 Introduction to Film 3 credits Social and Behavioral Sciences ANT 200 Cultural Anthropology 3 credits ANT 202 Physical Anthropology 3 credits ECO 100 Current Economic Issues 3 credits ECO 111 Principles of Economics 3 credits ECO 201 Microeconomics 3 credits ECO 202 Macroeconomics 3 credits GOV 100 Comparative Governments 3 credits GOV 111 American Politics/Government 3 credits GOV 205 State and Local Government 3 credits GPH 106 Human Geography 3 credits GPH 108 Geography of the Americas 3 credits GPH 206 World and Regional Geography 3 credits PSY 101 General Psychology 3 credits PSY 205 Intro to Methods in the Social Sciences 3 credits PSY 210 Child Psychology 3 credits PSY 215 Social Psychology 3 credits PSY 217 Introduction to Human Sexuality 3 credits PSY 220 Abnormal Psychology 3 credits PSY 230 Introduction to Gerontology 3 credits PSY 260 Life Span Psychology 3 credits PSY 270 The Psychology of Women 3 credits SOC 101 Sociology 3 credits SOC 201 Social Problems 3 credits SOC 210 Marriage and the Family 3 credits SOC 220 Multicultural Diversity in U.S. 3 credits SOC 240 Criminology 3 credits SOC 270 Women and Work 3 credits SOC 280 Sociology of Religion 3 credits Sciences AST 101 Astronomy 3 credits BIO 201* General Biology I 5 credits BIO 202* General Biology II 5 credits BIO 211* Anatomy & Physiology I 4 credits BIO 212* Anatomy & Physiology II 4 credits BIO 231 Microbiology 4 credits BIO 239 Human Genetics 3 credits CHM 121* General Chemistry I 5 credits CHM 122* General Chemistry II 5 credits CHM 201* Organic Chemistry I 5 credits PHY 201* General Physics I 5 credits PHY 202* General Physics II 5 credits PHY 221* Calculus-Based Physics I 5 credits PHY 222* Calculus-Based Physics II 5 credits

8 Anthropology The Anthropology concentration prepares students for transfer to a four-year college or university to pursue a bachelor s degree in Anthropology or related field. Students with this background may pursue bachelor s degrees leading to employment in a multitude of areas including: forensics, genetic counseling, law, academics, biotechnology, museum work, international development, international business, and historical preservation. Student Learning Outcomes consist of the General Education Core Competencies found on page 8. 1 For students who have previously taken 24 credit hours at Owens or another college or university, FYE 188, SSC 110, SSC 115 or SSC 130 or a liberal arts elective may be substituted for FYE Select from Social and Behavioral Sciences Elective choices under the Associate of Arts degree. 3 Select from: SPE 100, 101, 102 or Select from: MTH 128, MTH 130, MTH 131 or MTH Select from: ENG 215, HUM Select from: HIS 151 or HIS Select from: GOV 100, 111 or Select from a two-course sequence in one language under the Associate of Arts degree. A proficiency through the 200 level is recommended for transfer students. 9 Select from Lab Science Elective choices under Associate of Arts degree. 10 Select from Science Elective choices under Associate of Arts degree. 11 Select from Arts and Humanities elective under Associate of Arts degree. ENG 111 Composition I 3 lec 3 credits FYE 121 Foundations for College 1 2 lec 2 credits Social and Behavioral Sciences Elective 2 3 lec 3 credits SPE Speech Elective 3 3 lec 3 credits MUS 105 Music of World Cultures 3 lec 3 credits 14 credits ENG 112 Composition II 3 lec 3 credits IST 131 Computer Concepts and Applications 4 lec 4 credits MTH Math Elective lec 3-5 credits ANT 200 Cultural Anthropology 3 lec 3 credits Arts and Humanities World Diversity Elective 5 3 lec 3 credits credits HIS Arts and Humanities Elective 6 3 lec 3 credits ANT 202 Physical Anthropology 3 lec 3 credits GOV Social and Behavioral Sciences Elective 7 3 lec 3 credits World Language Elective 8 4 lec 3 lab 4 credits Lab Science Elective lec 4-5 credits credits IDS 295 Capstone Seminar or IDS 298 Service Learning Capstone 3 lec. 3 credits ANT 220 Introduction to Archeology 3 lec 3 credits Arts and Humanities Elective 11 3 lec 3 credits World Language Elective 8 4 lec 4 credits Science Elective lec 0-3 lab 3-5 credits credits Degree Offered: Associate of Arts Campus Offered: Toledo 101 Credits Required: TRANSFER INFORMATION: Transfer institutions may require different courses for this transfer program. Students should tailor their Owens program as closely as possible to the requirements at their four-year school of choice. Meet with an Enrollment Services representative for more information.

9 102 Associate of Arts Communication Studies Transfer Credits required: Transfer Information: Transfer institutions may require different courses for this transfer program. Students should tailor their Owens program as closely as possible to the requirements at their four-year school of choice. Meet with an Enrollment Services representative for more information. Potential Careers: Students interested in working in journalism, public relations, advertising, law or a related field may elect to follow this program of study. This concentration prepares students for transfer to a four-year college or university to pursue a bachelor s degree in a communication-related field of their choice. Students with this background also may pursue bachelor s degrees leading to employment in the following areas: law, education, foreign services, government services, public relations, advertising, broadcast and print journalism, technical writing and business. Student Learning Outcomes consist of the General Education Core Competencies found on page 8. 1 For students who have previously taken 24 credit hours at Owens or another college or university, FYE 188, SSC 110, SSC 115 or SSC 130 or a liberal arts elective may be substituted for FYE Select from: MTH 128, 130 or Select from: GOV 100, 111, 205 or Select from Social and Behavioral Sciences elective choices under the Associate of Arts degree. 5 Select from Lab Science elective choices under the Associate of Arts degree. 6 Select from Arts and Humanities elective choices under the Associate of Arts degree. 7 Select from Science elective choices under the Associate of Arts degree. 8 Select from a two-course sequence in one language under the Associate of Arts degree. 9 Select from: PSY 270, SOC 220 or SOC 270. ENG 111 Composition I 3 lec 3 credits FYE 121 Foundations for College 1 2 lec 2 credits IST 131 Computer Concepts and Applications 4 lec 4 credits MTH Mathematics Elective lec 4-5 credits SPE 101 Public Speaking 3 lec 3 credits credits ENG 112 Composition II 3 lec 3 credits GOV Social and Behavioral Sciences Elective 3 3 lec 3 credits SPE 102 Interpersonal Communications 3 lec 3 credits Social and Behavioral Sciences Elective 4 3 lec 3 credits Lab Science Elective lec 3 lab 4-5 credits credits SPE 201 Introduction to Communication Theory 3 lec 3 credits Arts and Humanities Elective 6 3 lec 3 credits Science Elective7 2-4 lec 0-3 lab 3-5 credits Social and Behavioral Science Elective 4 3 lec 3 credits World Language Elective 8 4 lec 4 credits credits IDS 295 Capstone Seminar or IDS 298 Service Learning Capstone 3 lec 3 credits SPE 210 Small Group Communication 3 lec 3 credits Social and Behavioral Sciences Elective 9 3 lec 3 credits Arts and Humanities Elective 5 3 lec 3 credits World Language Elective 8 4 lec 4 credits 16 credits

10 English Transfer This concentration prepares students for transfer to a four-year college or university to pursue a bachelor s degree in English or other related fields. Students with this background also may pursue bachelor s degrees leading to employment in the following areas: education, government services, publishing, journalism, law, or business. Student Learning Outcomes consist of the General Education Core Competencies found on page 8. 1 For students who have previously taken 24 credit hours at Owens or another college or university, FYE 188, SSC 110, SSC 115 or SSC 130 or a liberal arts elective may be substituted for FYE Select from: MTH 128, 130 or Select from: SPE 101, 102 or Select from: GOV 100, 111, 205 or Select from Social and Behavioral Sciences elective choices under the Associate of Arts degree. 6 Select from Lab Science elective choices under the Associate of Arts degree. 7 Select from: ENG 264 or ENG Select from Arts and Humanities elective choices under the Associate of Arts degree. 9 Select from Science elective choices under the Associate of Arts degree. 10 Select from a two-course sequence in one language under the Associate of Arts degree. 11 Select from: ENG 266 or ENG Select from: ENG 201, 210, 215, 220, 225, 251, 252, 264 or 265, 266 or 267, or 280. Note that students may select whichever half of British Literature I or II or American Literature I or II that they did not take to complete the British and American Literature Survey requirement above. 13 Select from: PSY 270, SOC 220 or SOC 270 ENG 111 Composition I 3 lec 3 credits FYE 121 Foundations for College 1 2 lec 2 credits IST 131 Computer Concepts and Applications 4 lec 4 credits MTH Mathematics Elective lec 4-5 credits SPE Speech Elective 3 3 lec 3 credits credits ENG 112 Composition II 3 lec 3 credits ENG 200 Introduction to Literature 3 lec 3 credits GOV Social and Behavioral Sciences Elective 4 3 lec 3 credits Social and Behavioral Sciences Elective 5 3 lec 3 credits Lab Science Elective lec 3 lab 4-5 credits credits ENG British Literature Survey 7 3 lec 3 credits Arts and Humanities Elective 8 3 lec 3 credits Science Elective9 2-4 lec 0-3 lab 3-5 credits World Language Elective 10 4 lec 4 credits Social and Behavioral Sciences Elective 5 3 lec 3 credits credits ENG American Literature Survey 11 3 lec 3 credits ENG Literature Elective 12 3 lec 3 credits IDS 295 Capstone Seminar or IDS 298 Service Learning Capstone 3 lec 3 credits World Language Elective 10 4 lec 4 credits Social and Behavioral Sciences Elective 13 3 lec 3 credits 16 credits 103 Associate of Arts Credits required: POTENTIAL CAREERS: Students interested in working in journalism, education, government services, publishing, law or business may elect to follow this program of study. Transfer Information: Transfer institutions may require different courses for this transfer program. Students should tailor their Owens program as closely as possible to the requirements at their four-year school of choice. Meet with an Enrollment Services representative for more information.

11 104 Degree Offered: Associate of Arts Campus Offered: Credits Required: Transfer Information: Transfer institutions may require different courses for this transfer program. Students should tailor their Owens program as closely as possible to the requirements at their four-year school of choice. Meet with an Enrollment Services representative for more information. Geography The Geography concentration prepares students for transfer to a four-year college or university to pursue a bachelor s degree in Geography or related field. Students with this background may pursue bachelor s degrees leading to employment in a multitude of areas including: environmental law, demography, social services, market research, urban/community planning, military intelligence, and GIS specialist. Student Learning Outcomes consist of the General Education Core Competencies found on page 8. 1 For students who have previously taken 24 credit hours at Owens or another college or university FYE 188, SSC 110, SSC 115, SSC 130 or a liberal arts elective may be substituted for FYE Select from: SPE 100, 101, 102, Select from: MTH 128, MTH 130, MTH 131 or MTH Select from a Social and Behavioral Sciences elective under the Associate of Arts degree. 5 Select from: ENG 251, ENG 252, or HUM Select from: HIS 151 or HIS Select from: GOV 100, 111, or Select from a two-course sequence in one language under the Associate of Arts degree. A proficiency through the 200 level is recommended for transfer students. 9 Select from Lab Science elective under Associate of Arts degree 10 Select from a Geography elective under Associate of Arts degree 11 Select from Arts and Humanities electives under Associate of Arts degree 12 Select from Science elective choices under Associate of Arts degree ENG 111 Composition I 3 lec 3 credits FYE 121 Foundations for College 1 2 lec 2 credits GPH 106 Human Geography 3 lec 3 credits SPE Speech Elective 2 3 lec 3 credits MUS 105 Music of World Cultures 3 lec 3 credits 14 credits ENG 112 Composition II 3 lec 3 credits IST 131 Computer Concepts and Applications 4 lec 4 credits MTH Math Elective lec 3-5 credits Social and Behavioral Sciences Elective 4 3 lec 3 credits Arts and Humanities World Diversity Elective 5 3 lec 3 credits credits HIS Arts and Humanities Elective 6 3 lec 3 credits GPH 206 World and Regional Geography 3 lec 3 credits GOV Social and Behavioral Sciences Elective 7 3 lec 3 credits World Language Elective 8 4 lec 4 credits Lab Science Elective lec 3 lab 4-5 credits credits IDS 295 Capstone Seminar or IDS 298 Service Learning Capstone 3 lec. 3 credits GPH Geography Elective 10 3 lec 3 credits Arts and Humanities Elective 11 3 lec 3 credits World Language Elective 8 4 lec 4 credits Science Elective lec 0-3 lab 3-5 credits credits

12 History Transfer This concentration prepares students for transfer to a four-year college or university to pursue a bachelor s degree in history or other related fields. Students with this background may also pursue bachelor s degrees leading to employment in the following areas: education, government services, international relations, law, museum archivaling or business. Student Learning Outcomes consist of the General Education Core Competencies found on page 8. 1 For students who have previously taken 24 credit hours at Owens or another college or university, FYE 188, SSC 110, SSC 115 or SSC 130 or a liberal arts elective may be substituted for FYE Select from: HIS 101 or HIS 151. Selection must follow the numerical sequence; if HIS 101 is taken in the first semester, then HIS 102 must be taken in the second semester. If HIS 151 is taken in the first semester, then HIS 152 must be taken in the second semester. 3 Select from: MTH 128, 130 or Select from: SPE 101, 102 or Select from Lab Science elective choices under the Associate of Arts degree. 6 Select from Social and Behavioral Sciences elective choices under the Associate of Arts degree. 7 Select from Social and Behavioral Sciences elective choices under the Associate of Arts degree. 8 Select from Science elective choices under the Associate of Arts degree. 9 Select from a two-course sequence in one language under the Associate of Arts degree. 10 Select from: PSY 270, SOC 220 or SOC Select from Arts and Humanities elective choices under the Associate of Arts Degree. ENG 111 Composition I 3 lec 3 credits FYE 121 Foundations of College 1 2 lec 2 credits HIS Western or World Civilization I 2 3 lec 3 credits IST 131 Computer Concepts and Applications 4 lec 4 credits MTH Mathematics Elective lec 4-5 credits credits ENG 112 Composition II 3 lec 3 credits HIS Western or World Civilization II 2 3 lec 3 credits SPE Speech Elective 4 3 lec 3 credits Lab Science Elective lec 3 lab 4-5 credits Social and Behavioral Sciences Elective 6 3 lec 3 credits credits GOV Social and Behavioral Sciences Elective 7 3 lec 3 credits HIS 201 American History I 3 lec 3 credits Science Elective lec 0-3 lab 3-5 credits Social and Behavioral Sciences Elective 6 3 lec 3 credits World Language Elective 9 4 lec 4 credits credits HIS 202 American History II 3 lec 3 credits IDS 295 Capstone Seminar or IDS 298 Service Learning Capstone 3 lec 3 credits Social and Behavioral Sciences Elective 10 3 lec 3 credits World Language Elective 9 4 lec 4 credits Arts and Humanities Elective 11 3 lec 3 credits 16 credits 105 Associate of Arts Credits required: Transfer Information: Transfer institutions may require different courses for this transfer program. Students should tailor their Owens program as closely as possible to the requirements at their four-year school of choice. Meet with an Enrollment Services representative for more information.

13 106 Credits required: Notes: Courses in italics will be taken online from Belmont Technical College. All courses offered through Belmont Technical College are web-based only. Students wishing to vary from the Suggested Course Sequence should work under close supervision of Program Chair and/or Advisor. Information Services - Library Paraprofessional Belmont Technical College (BTC) and Owens Community College (OCC) are collaborating to offer this unique program of study that provides the training required to succeed in informationdriven professions. The program focuses on Library Paraprofessional training; however, students may custom design their degree with selected Specialty Options. The program is designed to accommodate part-time and distance education students. Students must co-enroll at BTC and follow a specific course sequence to complete the degree. Graduates of the Library Paraprofessional Speciality may become employed in a variety of library settings including public libraries; school library media centers; college and university libraries; corporate, medical and other special libraries and information centers; and other library-related businesses. First Year ENG 111 Composition I 3 credits IST 131 Computer Concepts and Applications 4 credits Humanities Elective 1 3 credits Social and Behavioral Science Elective 3 credits MTH Mathematics Elective 2 3 credits INF 100 Intro. to Learning Literacy 1 credit 16 semester hours/1 quarter hour ENG 112 Composition II 3 credits INF 102 Copyright 1 credit INF 105 Fund. of Info. & Comm. 4 credits INF 107 Basics of Reference Service 2 credits INF Special Topic Course 2 credits IST 124 Internet for Business 1 credit Computer Elective credits Laboratory Science credits Speech Elective 5 3 credits semester hours/9 quarter hours Student Learning Outcomes consist of General Education Core Competencies and an array of skill sets that are applicable to many career fields, such as business, engineering, and libraries. 1 Select from Humanities elective choices under the Associate of Arts degree. 2 Select any mathematics course. 3 Select from: EET 130 or IST Select from Lab Science elective choices under the Associate of Arts degree. 5 Select from: SPE 101 or SPE 102

14 Information Services - Library Paraprofessional Second Year CRT 115 Digital Imaging 3 credits INF 203 Info. Structure and Sources 4 credits INF Special Topic Course 2 credits LIB 103 Library Operations & Issues I 4 credits SPE 101 Public Speaking 3 credits Computer Elective credits Laboratory Science credits semester hours/10 quarter hours Capstone, Internship or Practicum 2 credits Capstone, Internship or Practicum 1 credit INF 204 Customer, Public and Information Services 4 credits INF Special Topic Course 2 credits LIB 204 Library Operations II 4 credits Computer Elective 7 3 credits IST, EET or CRT Elective 2-3 credits Literature Course 8 3 credits Social & Behavior Science Elective 9 3 credits semester hours/13 quarter hours 107 Credits required: Notes: Courses in italics will be taken online from Belmont Technical College. All courses offered through Belmont Technical College are web-based only. Students wishing to vary from the Suggested Course Sequence should work under close supervision of Program Chair and/or Advisor. 6 Select from: EET 131 or IST Select from: IST 125 or CRT Select from: HUM 200 or ENG 2xx 9 Select from the Social and Behavioral Science elective choices under the Associate of Arts degree.

15 108 Associate of Arts International Studies Transfer Credits required: Transfer Information: Transfer institutions may require different courses for this transfer program. Students should tailor their Owens program as closely as possible to the requirements at their four-year school of choice. Meet with an Enrollment Services representative for more information. This concentration prepares students with an interest in studying international studies, business, politics and/or law to prepare to transfer to a four-year program to complete their course of studies. This program provides students with a basis in international perspectives that will prepare them for a program in international studies at the bachelors level. Student Learning Outcomes consist of the General Education Core Competencies found on page 8. 1 For students who have previously taken 24 credit hours at Owens or another college or university FYE 188, SSC 110, SSC 115, SSC 130 or a liberal arts elective may be substituted for FYE Select from a two-course sequence in one world language under the Associate of Arts degree. Proficiency through 212 with Language Proficiency Certificate is recommended for students planning to transfer an International Studies program at a four-year institution. 3 Select from: GOV 100 or Select from: ART 105, ART 203, ENG 252, HIS 152, MUS Select from: SPE 100, 101, 102, Select from Lab Science elective under Associate of Arts degree 7 Select from: MTH 128, MTH 130, or MTH 131 ENG 111 Composition I 3 lec 3 credits FYE 121 Foundations for College 1 2 lec 2 credits IST 131 Computer Concepts and Applications 4 lec 4 credits IDS 110 Introduction to International Studies 3 lec 3 credits World Language Elective 2 4 lec 4 credits 16 credits ENG 112 Composition II 3 lec 3 credits GOV Government Elective 3 3 lec 3 credits World Language Elective 2 4 lec 4 credits Arts and Humanities Elective 4 3 lec 3 credits Speech Elective 5 3 lec 3 credits 16 credits ECO 111 Principles of Economics 3 lec 3 credits Lab Science Elective lec 3 lab 4-5 credits MTH Math Elective lec 4-5 credits GPH 206 World Regional Geography 3 lec 3 credits Arts and Humanities Elective 4 3 lec 3 credits credits IDS 295 Capstone Seminar or IDS 298 Service Learning Capstone 3 lec 3 credits SPE 220 Intercultural Communication or BUS 260 International Business 3 lec 3 credits HUM 275 World Religions 3 lec 3 credits ANT 200 Cultural Anthropology 3 lec 3 credits BIO 203 Introduction to Ecology 3 lec 3 credits 15 credits

16 109 Journalism Transfer Degree Offered: Associate of Arts The Journalism concentration prepares students for transfer to a four-year college or university to pursue a bachelor s degree in a journalism-related field of their choice. Students with this background may also pursue bachelor s degrees leading to employment in the following arenas: law, education, foreign services, government services, public relations, advertising, broadcast and print journalism and business. Student Learning Outcomes consist of the General Education Core Competencies found on page 8. 1 For students who have previously taken 24 credit hours at Owens or another college or university, FYE 188, SSC 110, SSC 115 or SSC 130 or a liberal arts elective may be substituted for FYE Select from: MTH 128, 130 or Select from: SPE 101, 102, Select from: GOV 100, 111 or 205 or Select from Social and Behavioral Sciences elective choices under the Associate of Arts degree. 6 Select from Lab Science elective choices under the Associate of Arts degree. 7 Select from Arts and Humanities elective choices under the Associate of Arts degree. 8 Select from Science elective choices under the Associate of Arts degree. 9 Select two-course sequence in one language under the Associate of Arts degree. 10 Select from: PSY 270, SOC 220 or SOC 270 ENG 111 Composition I 3 lec 3 credits FYE 121 Foundations for College 1 2 lec 2 credits IST 131 Computer Concepts and Applications 4 lec 4 credits MTH Mathematics Elective lec 4-5 credits SPE Speech Elective 3 3 lec 3 credits credits ENG 112 Composition II 3 lec 3 credits GOV Social and Behavioral Sciences Elective 4 3 lec 3 credits SPE 110 Introduction to Mass Media 3 lec 3 credits Social and Behavioral Sciences Elective 5 3 lec 3 credits Lab Science Elective lec 3 lab 4-5 credits credits PHO 123 Digital Photography I 2 lec 3 lab 3 credits Arts and Humanities Elective 7 3 lec 3 credits Science Elective lec 0-3 lab 3-5 credits Social and Behavioral Sciences Elective 5 3 lec 3 credits World Language Elective 9 4 lec 4 credits credits IDS 295 Capstone Seminar or IDS 298 Service Learning Capstone 3 lec 3 credits PHO 245 Introduction to Photojournalism 2 lec 3 lab 3 credits World Language Elective 9 4 lec 4 credits Arts and Humanities Elective 7 3 lec 3 credits Social and Behavioral Sciences Elective 10 3 lec 3 credits 16 credits Campus Offered: Credits Required: Potential Careers: Students interested in careers in law, education, foreign services, government services, public relations, advertising, broadcast and print journalism and business may elect to follow this program of study. Transfer Information: Transfer institutions may require different courses for this transfer program. Students should tailor their Owens program as closely as possible to the requirements at their four-year school of choice. Meet with an Enrollment Services representative for more information.

17 110 Degree Offered: Associate of Science Psychology Transfer Campus Offered: Credits Required: Transfer Information: Transfer institutions may require different courses for this transfer program. Students should tailor their Owens program as closely as possible to the requirements at their four-year school of choice. Meet with an Enrollment Services representative for more information. The Psychology concentration prepares students for transfer to a four-year college or university to pursue a bachelor s degree in Psychology or related field. Students with this background may pursue bachelor s degrees leading to employment in a multitude of areas including: clinical psychology, forensics, experimental psychology, counseling, art therapy, music therapy, educational counseling, and human and social services. Student Learning Outcomes consist of the General Education Core Competencies found on page 8. 1 For students who have previously taken 24 credit hours at Owens or another college or university, FYE 188, SSC 110, SSC 115 or SSC 130 or a liberal arts elective may be substituted for FYE Select from Arts and Humanities elective choices under the Associate of Arts degree. 3 Select from: MTH 128, 130, 131 or Select from Science elective choices under the Associate of Arts degree. 5 Select from: GOV 100, 111, or Select from Lab Science electives under the Associate of Arts degree. 7 Select from a two-course sequence in one language under the Associate of Arts degree. A proficiency through the 200 level is recommended for transfer students. 8 Select from PSY elective choices under Associate of Arts degree. ENG 111 Composition I 3 lec 3 credits FYE 121 Foundations for College 1 2 lec 2 credits IST 131 Computer Concepts and Applications 4 lec 4 credits Arts and Humanities Elective 2 3 lec 3 credits PSY 101 General Psychology 3 lec 3 credits 15 credits ENG 112 Composition II 3 lec 3 credits PSY 260 Lifespan Psychology 3 lec 3 credits MTH Mathematics Elective lec 3-5 credits SPE 102 Interpersonal Communication 3 lec 3 credits Science Elective lec 0-3 lab 3-5 credits PSY 100 Professional issues in Psychology 1 1 credit credits GOV Social and Behavioral Sciences Elective 5 3 lec 3 credits PSY 220 Abnormal Psychology 3 lec 3 credits Lab Science Elective lec 3 lab 4-5 credits World Language Elective 7 4 lec 4 credits HUM 275 World Religions 3 lec 3 credits credits IDS 295 Capstone Seminar or IDS 298 Service Learning Capstone 3 lec 3 credits PSY Psychology Elective 8 3 lec 3 credits World Language Elective 7 4 lec 4 credits Arts and Humanities Elective 2 3 lec 3 credits SOC 220 Multicultural Diversity in the U.S. 3 lec 3 credits 16 credits

18 Public Relations and Advertising Transfer Degree Offered: Associate of Arts 111 The Public Relations and Advertising concentration prepares students for transfer to a four-year college or university to pursue a bachelor s degree in a public relations and/or advertising-related field of their choice. Students with this background may also pursue bachelor s degrees leading to employment in the following arenas: law, education, foreign services, government services, public relations, advertising, broadcast and print journalism and business. Student Learning Outcomes consist of the General Education Core Competencies found on page 8. 1 For students who have previously taken 24 credit hours at Owens or another college or university, FYE 188, SSC 110, SSC 115 or SSC 130 or a liberal arts elective may be substituted for FYE Select from: GOV 100, 111, 205 or Select from: MTH 128, 130 or Select from Social and Behavioral Sciences elective choices under the Associate of Arts degree. 5 Select from Lab Science elective choices under the Associate of Arts degree. 6 Select from Science elective choices under the Associate of Arts degree. 7 Select from a two-course sequence in one language under the Associate of Arts degree. 8 Select from: PSY 270, SOC 220 or SOC 270 ENG 111 Composition I 3 lec 3 credits FYE 121 Foundations for College 1 2 lec 2 credits GOV Social and Behavioral Sciences Elective 2 3 lec 3 credits IST 131 Computer Concepts and Applications 4 lec 4 credits BUS 101 Contemporary Business 3 lec 3 credits SPE 101 Public Speaking 3 lec 3 credits 18 credits ENG 112 Composition II 3 lec 3 credits ECO 201 Microeconomics 3 lec 3 credits MTH Mathematics Elective lec 4-5 credits Social and Behavioral Sciences Elective 4 3 lec 3 credits Lab Science Elective lec 3 lab 4-5 credits credits PHO 123 Digital Photography I 2 lec 3 lab 3 credits MKT 101 Marketing 3 lec 3 credits SPE 110 Introduction to Mass Media 3 lec 3 credits Science Elective lec 0-3 lab 3-5 credits World Language Elective 7 4 lec 4 credits credits IDS 295 Capstone Seminar or IDS 298 Service Learning Capstone 3 lec 3 credits MKT 245 Advertising 3 lec 3 credits PHO 245 Introduction to Photojournalism 2 lec 3 lab 3 credits World Language Elective 7 4 lec 4 credits Social and Behavioral Sciences Elective 8 3 lec 3 credits 16 credits Campus Offered: Credits Required: Potential Careers: Students interested in careers in law, education, foreign services, government services, public relations, advertising, broadcast and print journalism and business may elect to follow this program of study. Transfer Information: Transfer institutions may require different courses for this transfer program. Students should tailor their Owens program as closely as possible to the requirements at their four-year school of choice. Meet with an Enrollment Services representative for more information.

19 112 Degree Offered: Associate of Arts Campus Offered: Credits Required: Potential Careers: Students interested in careers in social work, social service, government service, or education may elect this program of study. Transfer Information: Transfer institutions may require different courses for this transfer program. Students should tailor their Owens program as closely as possible to the requirements at their four-year school of choice. Meet with an Enrollment Services representative for more information. Social Work Transfer This concentration is for students planning to transfer to a four-year college or university to pursue a bachelor s degree in social work. Student Learning Outcomes consist of the General Education Core Competencies found on page 8. 1 For students who have previously taken 24 credit hours at Owens or another college or university, FYE 188, SSC 110, SSC 115, SSC 130 or a liberal arts elective may be substituted for FYE Select from Arts and Humanities electives under the Associate of Arts degree 3 Select from Lab Science electives under the Associate of Arts degree 4 Select from: HIS 201, 202, Select from Science electives under the Associate of Arts degree ENG 111 Composition I 3 lec 3 credits FYE 121 Foundations for College 1 2 lec 2 credits IST 131 Computer Concepts and Applications 4 lec 4 credits SOC 101 Sociology 3 lec 3 credits SPE 102 Interpersonal Communications 3 lec 3 credits SWK 201 Introduction to Social Work 3 lec 3 credits 18 credits ENG 112 Composition II 3 lec 3 credits GOV 111 American Government 3 lec 3 credits PSY 101 General Psychology 3 lec 3 credits SWK 220 Social Welfare Institutions 3 lec 3 credits Liberal Arts Elective 2 3 lec 3 credits 15 credits ECO 202 Macroeconomics 3 lec 3 credits MTH 213 Intro to Business Statistics 3 lec 3 credits SOC 220 Multicultural Diversity in the U.S. 3 lec 3 credits SWK 250 Social Work Assessment 3 lec 3 credits Lab Science Elective lec 3 lab 4-5 credits credits HIS History Elective 4 3 lec 3 credits IDS 295 Capstone Seminar 3 lec 3 credits or SWK 260 Field Experience and Lab I 1 lec 2 lab 3 credits Science Elective lec 0-3 lab 3-5 credits Liberal Arts Elective 2 3 lec 3 credits credits

20 113 Sociology Transfer The Sociology concentration prepares students for transfer to a four-year college or university to pursue a bachelor s degree in Sociology or related field. Students with this background may pursue bachelor s degrees leading to employment in a multitude of areas including: social services, academics, personal and industrial relations, marketing, consumer research, public relations, government services, management and organizational planning, and community health. Student Learning Outcomes consist of the General Education Core Competencies found on page 8. 1 For students who have previously taken 24 credit hours at Owens or another college or university, FYE 188, SSC 110, SSC 115 or SSC 130 or a liberal arts elective may be substituted for FYE Select from: SPE 100, 101, 102, Select from Arts and Humanities elective choices under the Associate of Arts degree. 4 Select from: MTH 128, 130, 131 or Select from a History elective under the Associate of Arts degree. 6 Select SOC elective choices under the Associate of Arts degree. 7 Select from: GOV 100, 111, or Select from a two-course sequence in one language under the Associate of Arts degree. A proficiency through the 200 level is recommended for transfer students. 9 Select from Lab Science electives under the Associate of Arts degree. 10 Select from a Geography elective under Associate of Arts degree. 11 Select from ENG 251, ENG 252, ENG 255, HUM 105, HUM 275, MUS Select from Science Elective choices under the Associate of Arts degree. ENG 111 Composition I 3 lec 3 credits FYE 121 Foundations for College 1 2 lec 2 credits SOC 101 Sociology 3 lec 3 credits SPE Speech Elective 2 3 lec 3 credits Arts and Humanities Elective 3 3 lec 3 credits 14 credits ENG 112 Composition II 3 lec 3 credits IST 131 Computer Concepts and Applications 4 lec 4 credits MTH Mathematics Elective lec 3-5 credits SOC 220 Multicultural Diversity 3 lec 3 credits or ANT 200 Cultural Anthropology HIS History Elective 5 3 lec 3 credits credits ENG 215 American Multicultural Literature 3 lec 3 credits SOC Social and Behavioral Sciences Elective 6 3 lec 3 credits GOV Social and Behavioral Sciences Elective 7 3 lec 3 credits World Language Elective 8 4 lec 4 credits Lab Science Elective lec 3 lab 4-5 credits credits IDS 295 Capstone Seminar or IDS 298 Service Learning Capstone 3 lec 3 credits GPH Geography Elective 10 3 lec 3 credits Arts and Humanities Elective 11 3 lec 3 credits World Language Elective 8 4 lec 4 credits Science Elective lec 0-3 lab 3-5 credits credits Degree Offered: Associate of Arts Campus Offered: Credits Required: Transfer Information: Transfer institutions may require different courses for this transfer program. Students should tailor their Owens program as closely as possible to the requirements at their four-year school of choice. Meet with an Enrollment Services representative for more information.

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