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2 Business Administration Award: Associate of Arts & Sciences Length: 4 Semesters Purpose: The curriculum is designed for the student who plans to complete a baccalaureate degree program. The transfer institution s catalog and transfer guide are the best sources of information for planning a course of study. Final responsibility for transferability of courses rests with the student and the registrar of that institution. Admission Requirements: Students must meet the general admission requirements established by the college. Students with deficiencies in English or mathematics will complete appropriate developmental education courses. Students with deficiencies in computer skills will complete additional coursework. Other Information: Students planning ahead for this curriculum will find it most helpful to have completed college preparatory curriculum courses in high school in areas such as English, mathematics (two units of algebra and one of plane geometry), laboratory science, social studies, and foreign language. Transfer Information: The student should become familiar with the requirements of the major department in the college or university to which transfer is contemplated and also consult the assigned academic advisor before planning a program of study. In order to prepare for junior class standing at a fouryear college or university, the student must complete a program that is comparable in length and course content to the first two years of the program at the four-year institution. General Education Requirements (21 Credits): CST 110 Introduction to Communication (3) ENG College Composition I-II (6) HIS United States History I-II (6) [or HIS History of Western Civilization I-II (6)] MTH 163 Precalculus I (3) MTH 271 Applied Calculus I (3) Program Requirements (39 Credits): ACC Principles of Accounting I-II (6) ECO 201 Principles of Macroeconomics (3) ECO 202 Principles of Microeconomics (3) ITE 119 Information Literacy (3) MTH 241 Statistics I (3) SDV 199 Supervised Study in Transfer Programs (1) Wellness (2) PED EEE See page 155 Transfer Laboratory Science (8 Credits). Must complete a two semester sequence. See page 154 Social Science Elective (3 Credits). See page 155 Fine Arts Electives (3 Credits). See page 154 College Transfer Electives (3 credits). See page 154 Minimum required for degree: 60 Credits Counselors have transfer guides from many institutions to assist in selection of courses. Every institution has unique requirements, so the student should investigate the programs of each institution under consideration for transfer. Students should be particularly careful to select electives that correspond to requirements of the transfer institution. Curriculum Requirements: Students must successfully complete all of the requirements listed below to be awarded this degree. Program Outcomes: A student will be able to: Demonstrate minimum proficiency in General Education Skills which are defined as oral communication, written communication, mathematical/problem solving, scientific reasoning, information literacy, and critical thinking; Apply the principles of financial accounting; Define key terminology associated with microeconomics; Apply the key principles associated with macroeconomics. 44

3 Advising Sheet for AA&S: Business Administration Developmental English Pre-requisites met: yes no Required ENF1 ENF2 ENF3 Developmental Math Pre-requisites met: yes no Required MOD1 MOD2 MOD3 MOD4 MOD5 MOD6 MOD7 MOD8 MOD9 First Semester Courses: ENG.111 College Composition I 3.0 HIS.121 United States History I 3.0 MTH.163 Precalculus I 3.0 CST.110 Introduction to Speech Communication 3.0 PED.EEE PE Elective 1.0 SDV.108 College Survival Skills 1.0 Total 14 Next Actions which follow or can be accomplished during the First Semester Second Semester Courses: ENG.112 College Composition II 3.0 HIS.122 United States History II 3.0 MTH.271 Applied Calculus I 3.0 HUM.EEE Humanities Elective 3.0 ITE.119 Information Literacy 3.0 Total 15 Next Actions which follow or can be accomplished during the Second Semester Third Semester Courses: MTH.241 Statistics I 3.0 ACC.211 Principles of Accounting I 3.0 ECO.201 Principles of Macroeconomics 3.0 EEE.EEE General Elective 3.0 NAS.EEE Natural Science Electives 4.0 SDV.199 Supervised Study In 1.0 Total 17 Next Actions which follow or can be accomplished during the Third Semester 2.Meet with academic advisor or transfer advisor to discuss four-year transfer options. 3.Meet with Experiential Learning Coordinator to prepare resume, plan internships, and/or receive assistance with job search. 4.Apply for degree graduation. Fourth Semester Courses: SOC.EEE Social Science Elective 3.0 NAS.EEE Natural Science Electives 4.0 PED.EEE PE Elective 1.0 ECO.202 Principles of Microeconomics 3.0 ACC.212 Principles of Accounting II 3.0 Total 14 45

4 General Studies Award: Associate of Arts and Sciences Length: 4 Semesters Purpose: The curriculum is designed for the student who plans to complete a baccalaureate degree program. Students often select the general studies program if they intend to transfer to a four- year institution but are uncertain what their major will be. The transfer institution s catalog and transfer guide are the best sources of information for planning a course of study. Final responsibility for transferability of courses rests with the student and the registrar of that institution. Contact the division dean or an advisor for additional information. Admission Requirements: Students must meet the general admission requirements established by the college. Students with deficiencies in English or mathematics will complete appropriate developmental education courses. Students with deficiencies in computer skills will complete additional coursework. Other Information: Students planning ahead for this curriculum will find it most helpful to have completed college preparatory curriculum courses in high school in areas such as English, mathematics (two units of algebra and one of plane geometry), laboratory science, social studies, and foreign language. Transfer Information: The student should become familiar with the requirements of the major department in the college or university to which transfer is contemplated and also consult the assigned academic advisor before planning a program of study. In order to prepare for junior class standing at a fouryear college or university, the student must complete a program that is comparable in length and course content to the first two years of the program at the four-year institution. Counselors have transfer guides from many institutions to assist in selection of courses. Every institution has unique requirements, so the student should investigate the programs of each institution under consideration for transfer. Students should be particularly careful to select electives that correspond to requirements of the transfer institution. Curriculum Requirements: Students who successfully complete all of the requirements as listed will be awarded this degree. Program Outcomes: A student will be able to: General Education: Demonstrate proficiency in oral communication; Demonstrate effective written communication skills; Demonstrate proficiency in mathematical skills to solve problems; Demonstrate proficiency in scientific reasoning; Demonstrate proficiency in information literacy; Demonstrate the ability to reason critically and apply logic to solve problems; Additional Program Learning Outcomes for Each Specialization: Comprehend areas of employment within the field of Human Services (Human Services Specialization); Use basic video production hardware and software to create video productions (Media Design and Production Specialization); Create a philosophy of education based on recreation and parks management. (Recreation, Parks, & Leisure Services Specialization); Investigate areas of employment associated with performing arts (Performing Arts Specialization); Create a portfolio of artwork demonstrating proficiency in specified concepts and techniques (Visual Arts Specialization); Demonstrate competency of effects of crime, law, and law enforcement systems in society. Demonstrate the ability to plan, develop, document and implement hardware, software, computer programs, and procedural components of a data processing system in a business environment. Graduation Requirements: In order to meet Patrick Henry Community College graduation requirements, all associatesdegree students must complete Virginia Community College Core Competency testing. Testing is an on-going process and will be primarily administered during the capstone course (or other designated course) associated with a given degree. Please see the program advisor to determine and schedule appropriate times to complete Core Competency testing. General Education Requirements (21 Credits): ENG College Composition I-II (6) CST 110 Introduction to Communication (3) HIS United States History I-II (6) [or HIS History of Western Civilization I-II (6)] Choose one of the following combinations to fulfill the Math requirement (choose based on the requirements of the transfer institution): [a] MTH 163 Precalculus I (3) and MTH 271 Applied Calculus I (3) [b] MTH 151 Mathematics for the Liberal Arts I (3) and MTH 152 Mathematics for the Liberal Arts II (3) OR Math 157 Elementary Statistics (3) [c] MTH 163 Precalculus I (3) and MTH 164 Precalculus II (3) [d] MTH 175 Calculus of One Variable I (3) and MTH 176 Calculus of One Variable II (3) and MTH 177 Introductory Linear Algebra (2) and MTH 178 Topics in Analytic Geometry (2) [e] MTH 163 Precalculus I (3) and MTH 241 Statistics I (3) Program Requirements (39 Credits): NOTE: To select courses, student should consult the catalog of the institution(s) to which transfer is anticipated in addition to these requirements: ITE 119 Information Literacy (3) SDV 108 College Survival Skills (1 SDV 199 Supervised Study in Transfer Programs (1) Wellness (2) (PED EEE) See page 155 English (Literature Elective) (3 Credits). See page 154 Transfer Laboratory Science (8 Credits). See page 154 Social Science (6 Credits). See page 155 Specified Fine Arts Course (3 credits). See page 154 Humanities Elective (HUM EEE). See page 155 College Transfer Electives (9 credits). See page 154 Minimum required for degree: 60 Credits 46

5 Advising Sheet for AA&S: General Studies Developmental English Pre-requisites met: yes no Required ENF1 ENF2 ENF3 Developmental Math Pre-requisites met: yes no Required MOD1 MOD2 MOD3 MOD4 MOD5 First Semester Courses: ENG.111 College Composition I 3.0 HIS.121 United States History I 3.0 MTH.151 Mathematics for the Liberal Arts I 3.0 CST.110 Introduction to Speech Communication 3.0 PED.EEE PE Elective 1.0 SDV.108 College Survival Skills 1.0 Total 14 Next Actions which follow or can be accomplished during the First Semester Second Semester Courses: ENG.112 College Composition II 3.0 HIS.122 United States History II 3.0 MTH.157 Elementary Statistics 3.0 ART.EEE Arts Elective 3.0 EEE.EEE General Elective 3.0 Total 15 Next Actions which follow or can be accomplished during the Second Semester 2.Discuss eligibility for certificate, career studies certificate, and/or credential completion with academic advisor Third Semester Courses: ENG.EEE English Elective 3.0 ITE.119 Information Literacy 3.0 SOC.EEE Social Science Elective 3.0 HUM.EEE Humanities Elective 3.0 NAS.EEE Natural Science Electives (3-4 credits) 4.0 SDV.199 Supervised Study In 1.0 Total 17 Next Actions which follow or can be accomplished during the Third Semester 2.Meet with academic advisor or transfer advisor to discuss four-year transfer options. 3.Apply for degree graduation. Fourth Semester Courses: SOC.EEE Social Science Elective 3.0 NAS.EEE Natural Science Electives (3-4 credits) 4.0 PED.EEE PE Elective 1.0 EEE.EEE General Elective 3.0 EEE.EEE General Elective 3.0 Total 14 47

6 General Studies Criminal Justice Specialization Award: Associate of Arts & Sciences Length: 4 Semesters General Education Requirements (18 Credits): ENG College Composition I-II (6) CST 110 Introduction to Communication (3) HIS United States History I-II (6) [or HIS History of Western Civilization I-II (6)] MTH 163 Precalculus I (3) [or MTH 241 Statistics I (3)] *See a program advisor for the appropriate course selection. Program Requirements (44 Credits): NOTE: To select courses, student should consult the catalog of the institution(s) to which transfer is anticipated in addition to these requirements: ITE 119 Information Literacy (3) SDV 199 Supervised Study in Transfer Programs (1) Wellness (2) (PED EEE) See page 155 Transfer Laboratory Science (8 Credits). See page 154 Social Science Elective (3 Credits). See page 155 Foreign Language (8 Credits): Select from: SPA Beginning Spanish I-II (4)(4) FRE Beginning French I-II (4)(4) Humanities (3 credits): REL 231 Religions of the World I (3) Humanities Elective (3 credits). See page 155 English (Literature Elective)(3 Credits). See page 154 Criminal Justice Electives (9 Credits) Select three courses: ADJ 100 Survey of Criminal Justice (3) ADJ 105 The Juvenile Justice System (3) ADJ 145 Corrections and the Community (3) ADJ 146 Adult Correctional Institutions (3) Minimum required for degree: 62 Credits 48

7 Advising Sheet for AA&S: Specialization: Criminal Justice Developmental English Pre-requisites met: yes no Required ENF1 ENF2 ENF3 Developmental Math Pre-requisites met: yes no Required MOD1 MOD2 MOD3 MOD4 MOD5 MOD6 First Semester Courses: ENG.111 College Composition I 3.0 HIS.121 United States History I 3.0 Criminal Justice.EEE Criminal Justice Elective 3.0 Science.EEE Science Elective 4.0 Wellness.EEE Wellness Elective 2.0 SDV 108 College Survival Skills 1.0 Total 16 Next Actions which follow or can be accomplished during the First Semester Second Semester Courses: ENG.112 College Composition II 3.0 HIS.122 United States History II 3.0 CST.110 Introduction to Speech Communication 3.0 SOC.EEE Social Science Elective 3.0 Science.EEE Science Electives 4.0 Total 16 Next Actions which follow or can be accomplished during the Second Semester Third Semester Courses: ITE.119 Information Literacy 3.0 REL.231 Religions of the World I 3.0 ADJ.EEE Criminal Justice Elective 3.0 Foreign.Language.EEE Foreign Language Elective 4.0 MTH.163 Precalculus I 3.0 Total 16 Next Actions which follow or can be accomplished during the Third Semester 2.Apply for graduation. Fourth Semester Courses: SDV.199 Supervised Study In 1.0 Foreign.Language.EEE Foreign Language Elective 4.0 HUM.EEE Humanities Elective 3.0 ADJ.EEE Criminal Justice Elective 3.0 ENG.EEE English Elective 3.0 Total 14 49

8 General Studies Human Services Specialization Award: Associate of Arts & Sciences Length: 4 Semesters General Education Requirements (18 Credits): ENG College Composition I-II (6) CST 110 Introduction to Communication (3) HIS United States History I-II (6) [or HIS History of Western Civilization I-II (6)] MTH 157 Elementary Statistics (3) Program Requirements (42 Credits): NOTE: To select courses, student should consult the catalog of the institution(s) to which transfer is anticipated in addition to these requirements: ITE 119 Information Literacy (3) SDV 199 Supervised Study in Transfer Programs (1) Wellness (2) (PED EEE) See page 155 Transfer Laboratory Science (8 Credits). See page 154 Social Science (6 Credits): PSY 200 Principles of Psychology (3) SOC 200 Principles to Sociology (3) Humanities Elective (6 credits). See page 155 Human Services (15 credits) HMS 100 Introduction to Human Services (3) HMS 162 Communication Skills for Human Services Professionals (3) HMS 195 Introduction to Developmental Disabilities (3) HMS EEE Approved HMS Electives (6) Select from: PSY 216 Social Psychology (3) PSY 230 Developmental Psychology (3) SOC 215 Sociology of the Family (3) HMS 251 Substance Abuse I (3) PSY 215 Abnormal Psychology (3) HMS 290 Coordinated Internship in Human (3) HMS 236 Gerontology (3) PSY 219 Cross Cultural Psychology (3) SOC 225 Sociology of Gender (3) Minimum required for degree: 60 Credits 50

9 Advising Sheet for AA&S: Specialization: Human Services Developmental English Pre-requisites met: yes no Required ENF1 ENF2 ENF3 Developmental Math Pre-requisites met: yes no Required MOD1 MOD2 MOD3 MOD4 MOD5 First Semester Courses: ENG.111 College Composition I 3.0 HIS.121 United States History I 3.0 CST.110 Introduction to Speech Communication 3.0 PSY.200 Principles of Psychology 3.0 HMS.100 Introduction to Human Services 3.0 SDV.108 College Survival Skills 1.0 Total 16 Next Actions which follow or can be accomplished during the First Semester Second Semester Courses: ENG.112 College Composition II 3.0 HIS.122 United States History II 3.0 ITE.119 Information Literacy 3.0 MTH.157 Elementary Statistics 3.0 HMS.EEE Human Services Elective 3.0 Total 15 Next Actions which follow or can be accomplished during the Second Semester Third Semester Courses: HMS.195 Topics In 3.0 HMS.EEE Human Services Elective 3.0 HUM.EEE Humanities Elective 3.0 NAS.EEE Natural Science Electives 4.0 SDV.199 Supervised Study In 1.0 PED.EEE PE Elective 1.0 Total 15 Next Actions which follow or can be accomplished during the Third Semester 2.Meet with academic advisor or transfer advisor to discuss four-year transfer options. 3.Apply for degree graduation. Fourth Semester Courses: HUM.EEE Humanities Elective 3.0 HMS.162 Communication Skills for Human Services Professionals 3.0 NAS.EEE Natural Science Electives 4.0 SOC.200 Principles of Sociology 3.0 PED.EEE PE Elective 1.0 Total 14 51

10 General Studies Information Technology Specialization Award: Length: Associate of Arts and Sciences 4 Semesters General Education Requirements (21 Credits): ENG College Composition I-II (6) CST 110 Introduction to Communication (3) HIS United States History I-II (6) [or HIS History of Western Civilization I-II (6)] Choose one of the following combinations to fulfill the Math requirement (choose based on the requirements of the transfer institution): [a] MTH 163 Precalculus I (3) and MTH 271 Applied Calculus I (3) [b] MTH 151 Mathematics for the Liberal Arts I (3) and MTH 152 Mathematics for the Liberal Arts II (3) [c] MTH 163 Precalculus I (3) and MTH 164 Precalculus II (3) [d] MTH 175 Calculus of One Variable I (3) and MTH 176 Calculus of One Variable II (3) and MTH 177 Introductory Linear Algebra (2) and MTH 178 Topics in Analytic Geometry (2) [e] MTH 163 Precalculus I (3) and MTH 241 Statistics I (3) Program Requirements (40 Credits): NOTE: To select courses, student should consult the catalog of the institution(s) to which transfer is anticipated in addition to these requirements: SDV 199 Supervised Study in Transfer Programs (1) Wellness (1) (PED EEE) See page 155 Transfer Laboratory Science (8 Credits). See page 154 Social Science Electives (6 Credits). See page 155 Fine Arts Elective (3 credits). See page 154 Information Systems Requirements (14 credits): Courses may be selected from the following: CSC 200 Introduction to Computer Science (3) CSC 201 Computer Science I (4) CSC 202 Computer Science II (4) CSC 205 Computer Organization (3) (ITP 120 (4) and ITP 220 (4) can be substituted for CSC 201 and CSC 202) College Transfer Electives (6 Credits). See page 154 Minimum required for degree: 61 Credits 52

11 Advising Sheet for AA&S: Specialization: Information Technology Developmental English Pre-requisites met: yes no Required ENF1 ENF2 ENF3 Developmental Math Pre-requisites met: yes no Required MOD5 MOD9 First Semester Courses: ENG.111 College Composition I 3.0 MTH.1EE Math 100+ Elective 3.0 SDV.108 College Survival Skills 1.0 CSC.200 Introduction to Computer Science 3.0 CSC.201 Computer Science I 4.0 PED.EEE PE Elective 1.0 Total 15 Next Actions which follow or can be accomplished during the First Semester 2.Discuss eligibility for certificate, career studies certificate or other certifications with your advisor. Second Semester Courses: ENG.112 College Composition II 3.0 CST.110 Introduction to Speech Communication 3.0 MTH.1EE Math 100+ Elective 3.0 CSC.202 Computer Science II 4.0 EEE.EEE General Elective 3.0 Total 16 Next Actions which follow or can be accomplished during the Second Semester 2.Discuss four-year transfer options with your advisor. Third Semester Courses: HIS.121 United States History I 3.0 SOC.EEE Social Science Elective 3.0 NAS.EEE Natural Science Electives (3-4 credits) 4.0 CSC.205 Computer Organization 3.0 ART.EEE Arts Elective 3.0 Total 16 Next Actions which follow or can be accomplished during the Third Semester 2.Discuss transfer plans with your advisor. 3. Apply for graduation. Fourth Semester Courses: HIS.122 United States History II 3.0 SOC.EEE Social Science Elective 3.0 SDV.199 Supervised Study In 1.0 NAS.EEE Natural Science Electives (3-4 credits) 4.0 EEE.EEE General Elective 3.0 Total 14 53

12 General Studies Media Design and Production Specialization Award: Associate of Arts & Sciences Length: 4 Semesters General Education Requirements (21 Credits) ENG College Composition I-II (6) CST 110 Introduction to Communication (3) HIS United States History I-II (6) [or HIS History of Western Civilization I-II (6)] MTH 151 Mathematics for Liberal Arts I (3) MTH 157 Elementary Statistics (3) Program Requirements: (39 Credits) ART 283 Computer Graphics I (4) ITE 119 Information Literacy (3) SDV 199 Supervised Study in Transfer Programs (1) Wellness (2) Health, P.E. or recreation courses which promote physical and emotional well being Laboratory Science Elective (8 Credits): Must complete a two semester sequence. See page 155 Social Science Elective (6 Credits): See page 155 Humanities Elective (3 credits): See page 155 Media Design and Production Electives (11 credits): BCS 110 Fundamentals in Video Production (4) MET 293 Studies In {Adobe Premiere Pro} (3) MET 295 Studies In {Adobe AfterEffects} (3) BCS 199 Supervised Study in Television (1) Minimum required for degree: 60 Credits 54

13 Advising Sheet for AA&S: Specialization: Media Design and Production Developmental English Pre-requisites met: yes no Required ENF1 ENF2 ENF3 Developmental Math Pre-requisites met: yes no Required MOD1 MOD2 MOD3 MOD4 MOD5 First Semester Courses: ENG.111 College Composition I 3.0 HIS.121 United States History I 3.0 MTH.151 Mathematics for the Liberal Arts I 3.0 CST.110 Introduction to Speech Communication 3.0 ART.283 Computer Graphics I 4.0 SDV.108 College Survival Skills 1.0 Total 17 Next Actions which follow or can be accomplished during the First Semester Second Semester Courses: ENG.112 College Composition II 3.0 HIS.122 United States History II 3.0 MTH.157 Elementary Statistics 3.0 BCS.110 Fundamentals in Video Production 4.0 MET.293 Studies in Adobe Premiere Pro 3.0 Total 16 Next Actions which follow or can be accomplished during the Second Semester Third Semester Courses: ITE.119 Information Literacy 3.0 SOC.EEE Social Science Elective 3.0 HUM.EEE Humanities Elective 3.0 NAS.EEE Natural Science Electives 4.0 SDV.199 Supervised Study In 1.0 PED.EEE PE Elective 1.0 Total 15 Next Actions which follow or can be accomplished during the Third Semester 2.Apply for graduation Fourth Semester Courses: NAS.EEE Natural Science Electives 4.0 SOC.EEE Social Science Elective 3.0 BCS.199 Supervised Study in Television 1.0 PED.EEE PE Elective 1.0 MET.295 Studies in Adobe After Effects 3.0 Total 12 55

14 General Studies Performing Arts Specialization General Education Requirements (24 Credits): ENG College Composition I-II (6) CST 110 Introduction to Communication (3) HIS United States History I-II (6) [or HIS History of Western Civilization I-II (6)] ITE 119 Information Literacy (3) MTH 151 Mathematics for Liberal Arts I (3) MTH 157 Elementary Statistics (3) Program Requirements (36 Credits): NOTE: To select courses, student should consult the catalog of the institution(s) to which transfer is anticipated in addition to these requirements: SDV 199 Supervised Study in Transfer Programs (1) Wellness (2) (PED EEE) See page 155 Laboratory Science Elective (8 Credits). Must complete a two semester sequence. See page 155 Social Science Elective (6 Credits). See page 155 Humanities Elective (6 credits). See page 155 Performing Arts Electives (12 credits): Choose from the following: CST 130 Introduction to the Theater (3) CST 131 Acting I (3) CST 132 Acting II (3) CST 136 Theater Workshop (3) CST 231 History of Theater (3) Minimum required for degree: 60 Credits 56

15 Advising Sheet for AAS: Specialization: Performing Arts Developmental English Pre-requisites met: yes no Required ENF1 ENF2 ENF3 Developmental Math Pre-requisites met: yes no Required MOD1 MOD2 MOD3 MOD4 MOD5 First Semester Courses: ENG.111 College Composition I 3.0 HIS.121 United States History I 3.0 MTH.151 Mathematics for the Liberal Arts I 3.0 CST.110 Introduction to Speech Communication 3.0 PED.EEE PE Elective 1.0 SDV.108 College Survival Skills 1.0 Total 14 Next Actions which follow or can be accomplished during the First Semester Second Semester Courses: ENG.112 College Composition II 3.0 HIS.122 United States History II 3.0 MTH.157 Elementary Statistics 3.0 HUM.EEE Humanities Elective 3.0 CST.EEE Communication/Theatre Elective 3.0 Total 15 Next Actions which follow or can be accomplished during the Second Semester Third Semester Courses: CST.EEE Natural Science Elective 4.0 ITE.119 Information Literacy 3.0 SOC.EEE Social Science Elective 3.0 HUM.EEE Humanities Elective 3.0 CST.EEE Communication/Theatre Elective 3.0 Total 17 Next Actions which follow or can be accomplished during the Third Semester 2.Meet with academic advisor or transfer advisor to discuss four-year transfer options. 3.Apply for degree graduation. Fourth Semester Courses: SOC.EEE Social Science Elective 3.0 NAS.EEE Natural Science Electives 4.0 PED.EEE PE Elective 1.0 CST.EEE Communication/Theatre Elective 3.0 CST.EEE Communication/Theatre Elective 3.0 Total 14 57

16 General Studies Recreation, Parks, and Leisure Studies Specialization Award: Associate of Arts & Sciences Length: 4 Semesters General Education Requirements (21 Credits): ENG College Composition I-II (6) CST 110 Introduction to Communication (3) HIS United States History I-II (6) [or HIS History of Western Civilization I-II (6)] ITE 119 Information Literacy (3) MTH 151 Mathematics for Liberal Arts I (3) Program Requirements (39 Credits): NOTE: To select courses, student should consult the catalog of the institution(s) to which transfer is anticipated in addition to these requirements: SDV 199 Supervised Study in Transfer Programs (1) Wellness (2) (PED EEE) See page 155 Laboratory Science Elective (8 Credits) See page 155 Social Science Elective (6 Credits): See page 155 Humanities Electives (6 credits): See page 155 Recreation, Parks, and Leisure Studies (15 credits): PED 210 Introduction to Physical Education and Health (3) RPK 100 Introduction to Recreation, Parks, and Leisure Studies (3) RPK 201 Recreation and Parks Management (3) RPK 210 Principles and Psychology of Coaching (3) RPK 265 Risk Management (3) Minimum required for degree: 60 Credits 58

17 Advising Sheet for AA&S: Specialization: Parks, Recreation, and Leisure Studies Developmental English Pre-requisites met: yes no Required ENF1 ENF2 ENF3 Developmental Math Pre-requisites met: yes no Required MOD1 MOD2 MOD3 MOD4 MOD5 First Semester Courses: ENG.111 College Composition I 3.0 HIS.121 United States History I 3.0 HUM.EEE Humanities Elective 3.0 CST.110 Introduction to Speech Communication 3.0 PED.EEE PE Elective 1.0 SDV.108 College Survival Skills 1.0 Total 14 Next Actions which follow or can be accomplished during the First Semester Second Semester Courses: ENG.112 College Composition II 3.0 HIS.122 United States History II 3.0 RPK.100 Introduction to Recreation, Parks & Leisure Studies 3.0 HUM.EEE Humanities Elective 3.0 PED.210 Introduction to Physical Education and Health 3.0 Total 15 Next Actions which follow or can be accomplished during the Second Semester Third Semester Courses: RPK.201 Recreation and Parks Management 3.0 ITE.119 Information Literacy 3.0 SOC.EEE Social Science Elective 3.0 MTH.151 Mathematics for the Liberal Arts I 3.0 NAS.EEE Natural Science Electives 4.0 SDV.199 Supervised Study In 1.0 Total 17 Next Actions which follow or can be accomplished during the Third Semester 2.Meet with academic advisor or transfer advisor to discuss four-year transfer options. 3.Apply for degree graduation. Fourth Semester Courses: SOC.EEE Social Science Elective 3.0 NAS.EEE Natural Science Electives 4.0 PED.EEE PE Elective 1.0 RPK.210 Principles and Psychology of Coaching 3.0 RPK.265 Risk Management 3.0 Total 14 59

18 General Studies Teacher Education Preparation Specialization Award: Length: Associate of Arts & Sciences 4 Semesters Purpose: This specialization has been developed to facilitate transfer of credits earned by students with the Associate of Arts & Science (AA&S) degree in General Studies by taking a prescribed set of courses at Patrick Henry Community College to the Liberal Studies Elementary Education PreK-6 Initial Licensure Program at Longwood University. NOTE: Students wishing to complete teacher education at institutions other than Longwood University should enroll in the General Studies (no specialization) program. Moreover, students should also contact their transfer institution in order to determine specific degree requirements. Admission Requirements: Longwood will guarantee acceptance of qualified PHCC graduates with an AA&S degree who have earned a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 2.5 on a four point scale at the time of application and graduation. This cumulative GPA includes the GPA as calculated by PHCC and the cumulative GPA of all other colleges attended. The GPA of 2.5 may not include more than five classes retaken with only the higher grade being calculated by the GPA. Students with a GPA below 2.5 at the time of application and/or time of graduation may be considered for admission but without the guaranteed acceptance. Other Information: Students are strongly encouraged to apply by March 1 (for fall term) and November 1 (for spring term). Credits earned through examination (AP, IB, CLEP, or DANTES) that were awarded credit by PHCC will be treated on an equal basis as other credits earned at PHCC. Official transcripts from each college attended and/or official documentation regarding these examinations must be provided. Students are required to pass PRAXIS I for entry in the Longwood/NCI Teacher Prep program. Transfer Information: Longwood University agrees that PHCC graduates who are accepted will be granted junior status; all of their credits earned toward their AA&S degree will transfer (including D grades except for ENG 111, PSY 230, and EDU 200); and all of their lower-division general education goals will be met. This assumption is based on the fact that students have completed courses as outlined below. PHCC students who complete the associate degree through dual enrollment are NOT guaranteed admission under the terms of the transfer agreement. However, such students may apply to Longwood as freshmen. When these students' applications are reviewed, high school performance, test scores (SAT/ACT), and other criteria used in the freshman review process will be considered. Program Outcomes: A student will be able to: Demonstrate proficiency in oral communication; Demonstrate effective written communication skills; Demonstrate proficiency in mathematical skills to solve problems; Demonstrate proficiency in scientific reasoning; Demonstrate proficiency in information literacy; Demonstrate the ability to reason critically and apply logic to solve problems; Complete a supervised field placement of a minim of 40 hours in a prek-6 environment (Teacher Education Preparation); Graduation Requirements: In order to meet Patrick Henry Community College graduation requirements, all associatesdegree students must complete Virginia Community College Core Competency testing. Testing is an on-going process and will be primarily administered during the capstone course (or other designated course) associated with a given degree. Please see the program advisor to determine and schedule appropriate times to complete Core Competency testing. General Education Requirements (21Credits): ENG 111 ENG 112 College Composition II (3) College Composition I (3) ENG 250 Children's Literature (3) HIS 121 United States History I (3) OR HIS 122 United States History II (3) MTH 163 Pre-Calculus (3) MTH 157 Elementary Statistics (3) CST 110 Introduction to Communication (3) Program Requirements (42 Credits): EDU 200 Introduction to Teaching as a Profession (3) GEO 225 Economic Geography (3) GOL 110 Earth Science (4) HLT 100 First Aid/CPR (3) ITE 119 Information Literacy (3) PHI 220 Ethics (3) PHY 101 Physics I (4) SDV 199 Supervised Study in Transfer Programs (1) Transfer Laboratory Science (8 Credits) BIO 101 General Biology I (4) BIO 102 General Biology II (4) Social Science Elective (6 Credits): PSY 230 Developmental Psychology (3) PLS 135 American National Politics (3) Humanities/Fine Arts Electives (3 Credits): Courses may be selected from the following: ART 101 History and Appreciation of Art I (3) ART 102 History and Appreciation of Art II (3) ART 201 History of Art I (3) ART 202 History of Art II (3) CST 130 Introduction to the Theatre (3) MUS 121 Music Appreciation I (3) Minimum required for degree: 63 Credits 60

19 Advising Sheet for AA&S: Specialization: Teacher Education Preparation Developmental English Pre-requisites met: yes no Required ENF1 ENF2 ENF3 Developmental Math Pre-requisites met: yes no Required MOD1 MOD2 MOD3 MOD4 MOD5 MOD6 MOD7 MOD8 MOD9 First Semester Courses: ENG.111 College Composition I 3.0 BIO.101 General Biology I 4.0 MTH.163 Precalculus I 3.0 CST.110 Introduction to Speech Communication 3.0 HLT.100 First Aid and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation 3.0 SDV.108 College Survival Skills 1.0 Total 17 Next Actions which follow or can be accomplished during the First Semester Second Semester Courses: ENG.112 College Composition II 3.0 HIS.121 United States History I 3.0 MTH.157 Elementary Statistics 3.0 BIO.102 General Biology II 4.0 PLS.135 American National Politics 3.0 Total 16 Next Actions which follow or can be accomplished during the Second Semester Third Semester Courses: ENG.250 Children's Literature 3.0 ITE.119 Information Literacy 3.0 PSY.230 Developmental Psychology 3.0 PHY.101 Introduction to Physics I 4.0 GEO.225 Economic Geography 3.0 SDV.199 Supervised Study In 1.0 Total 17 Next Actions which follow or can be accomplished during the Third Semester 2.Meet with academic advisor or transfer advisor to discuss four-year transfer options 3.Apply for degree graduation. Fourth Semester Courses: EDU.200 Introduction to Teaching as a Profession 3.0 PHI.220 Ethics 3.0 GOL.110 Earth Science 4.0 CST.130 Introduction to the Theatre 3.0 Total 13 61

20 General Studies Visual Arts Specialization Award: Length: Associate of Arts & Sciences 4 Semesters General Education Requirements (21 Credits): ENG College Composition I-II (6) HIS United States History I-II (6) [or HIS History of Western Civilization I-II (6)] MTH 151 Mathematics for Liberal Arts I (3) MTH 157 Elementary Statistics (3) CST 110 Introduction to Communication (3) Program Requirements (39 Credits): ITE 119 Information Literacy (3) SDV 199 Supervised Study in Transfer Programs (1) Wellness (2) (PED EEE) See page 155 ART Electives (15): Select from: ART 101 Appreciation and History of Art I (3) ART 102 Appreciation and History of Art II (3) ART 122 Drawing II (3) ART 121 Drawing I (3) ART 241 Painting I (3) ART 242 Painting II (3) ART 283 Computer Graphics I (4) ART 284 Computer Graphics II (4) English (Literature Elective) (3 Credits). See page 154 Transfer Laboratory Science (8 Credits). Must complete a two semester sequence. See page 154 Social Science (6 Credits). See page 155 Minimum required for degree: 60 Credits 62

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