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1 Fletcher Technical Community College Associate of General Studies Transfer Degree Program Handbook A Cooperative Agreement with Nicholls State University

2 Table of Contents Introduction... 4 Application Process... 4 Program Guides... 4 College of Arts and Sciences AGS Program Guides... 7 Art... 8 Biology... 9 Chemistry English Geomatics Government History Mass Communication Mathematics Mathematics (Secondary Mathematics Education Concentration) Sociology College of Business Administration AGS Program Guides Accounting Business Administration Computer Information Systems Finance Management Marketing College of Education AGS Program Guides Birth to Five/Early Interventionist Education Elementary Education (Grades PK-3) Elementary Education (Grades 1-5)

3 Elementary/Middle School Education (Grades 4-8) General Family and Consumer Sciences (Child, Family and Social Services) Secondary Education (Grades 6-12 English Concentration) Secondary Education (Grades 6-12 Fam and Consumer Sci Concentration) Secondary Education (Grades 6-12 General Science Concentration) Secondary Education (Grades 6-12 Social Studies Concentration) Psychology College of Nursing and Allied Health AGS Program Guides Athletic Training Communicative Disorders Dietetics Health Sciences Nursing University College AGS Program Guides Culinary Arts Interdisciplinary Studies Petroleum Services Appendix A: Dual Admissions/Cross-Enrollment Agreement Appendix B: Intent to Participate Form Appendix C: Course Equivalencies

4 Introduction This program gives Fletcher students the opportunity to take courses that simultaneously satisfy requirements for both the Fletcher Associate of General Studies degree and a baccalaureate program at Nicholls State University. While working on the 60 credit hours required for the A.G.S. degree students may, by selecting the appropriate courses, begin the pursuit of a bachelor s degree. The guides provided in this document are designed to assist both advisors and students in course selection for the various four-year degree programs offered at Nicholls. You will notice that most programs require that Fletcher students cross enroll in courses at Nicholls. In those cases, rather than completing all 60 hours at Fletcher, through this agreement, students will cross enroll at Nicholls to take courses that apply to both the A.G.S. degree at Fletcher and a selected baccalaureate degree at Nicholls. Students may cross enroll in up to six hours each semester. (See Appendix A for further policies regarding cross enrollment.) It should be noted that for some programs students may not be able to complete the 60 hours taken at Nicholls within a two-year period. Application Process Students wishing to participate in this program should complete the Intent to Participate Form at the time of their registration at Fletcher (Appendix B). Students must complete their A.G.S. within 5 years of the date specified on the Intent to Participate Form and must enroll at Nicholls the semester (fall or spring) immediately following the conclusion of the Fletcher A.G.S. degree. Students must complete an application for admission and submit all necessary fees, transcripts, and other documents as required. Students must follow all cross enrollment policies and procedures each semester (Appendix A). Program Guides The subsequent pages contain advising guides for the various programs offered through this agreement. Advisors and students should consult the current Nicholls State University catalog for specific program entrance, grade, and minor requirements. A table of Fletcher-to-Nicholls course equivalencies is included in this document (Appendix C) to assist with the selection of elective courses. Advisors and students should be aware of the following: Each Nicholls program requires that a student complete o six hours of English composition. o a minimum of six hours of non-developmental, non-technical mathematics (designated as nondev MATH courses). Developmental mathematics courses will not apply to any four year degree. o a minimum of nine hours of natural science courses including courses in both the biological and physical sciences. Six hours shall be earned in a single biological or physical science. Three hours must be earned in a natural science area other than that selected to fulfill the six-hour requirement. If a student completes six hours in the biological sciences, say BIOL 1010 and 1140, then the student s third science course must be a physical science, for example, GEOL Please note that if a student completes six hours in the physical sciences, those six hours must be in the same science; for example, six hours of CHEM courses, six hours of GEOL courses, six hours of PHSC courses, etc. 4

5 o a minimum of nine hours of humanities courses including three hours of English literature that transfers to Nicholls as a 200-level course. o a minimum of six hours of social sciences courses. o a minimum of three hours of fine arts courses. o a minimum of two hours designated to fulfill the computer literacy requirement.* o a one hour UNIV course.* *Upon transfer the one hour UNIV course requirement is waived for all transfer students with 30 or more earned credits. For those programs with a 2-hour computer literacy requirement, Fletcher students may fulfill the 2 hour computer literacy requirement and earn the 1 credit hour lost in the waiver of the UNIV requirement by completing Fletcher s three hour computer literacy course, CPTR 1100 or the LCTCS Online course, CIS 105. Free elective courses may be selected from any academic, non-vocational/technical courses. Advisors and students should check the table of course equivalencies (Appendix C) for transferable courses. All courses listed in the program guides are three credits unless otherwise indicated. [e.g., MATH 165(5), BIOL 155(4), etc.] Courses with three digit numbers listed in the Courses to be Taken at Fletcher column are courses offered through LCTCS Online ( These courses are typically listed in parentheses behind equivalent Fletcher courses [For example, ENGL 1010 (101), HIST 2010 (201), CPTR 1100 (CIS 105), etc.] Programs The table below identifies Nicholls academic programs and the number of credit hours for which Fletcher students must cross enroll. Students may be required to take from 0 to 24 hours through cross enrollment depending upon the program. Note that some guides list courses necessary to satisfy A.G.S. requirements that do not apply to the associated baccalaureate program. Also, some baccalaureate programs require more than 120 credit hours. In each case, more than 60 hours are required upon transfer to Nicholls. COLLEGE HOURS REQUIRED THROUGH CROSS College of Arts and Sciences Art 15 Biology 24 Chemistry 24 English 0 Geomatics 24 Government 0 History 0 Mass Communication 12 Mathematics 19 Mathematics (Secondary Mathematics Education Concentration) 22 Sociology 3 College of Business Administration Accounting 9 Business Administration 6 Computer Information System 9 Finance 9 Management 6 Marketing 6 5

6 College of Education Birth to Five Early Interventionist Education 21 Elementary Education (Grades PK-3) 18 Elementary Education (Grades 1-5) 21 Elementary Education (Grades 4-8) 15 General Family and Consumer Sciences 12 (Child, Family and Social Sciences) Human Performance Education (K-12) 21 Secondary Education (Grades 6-12 English 18 Concentration) Secondary Education (Grades 6-12 Family and 22 Consumer Sciences Concentration) Secondary Education (Grades 6-12 General 18 Science Concentration) Secondary Education (Grades 6-12 Social 9 Studies Concentration) Psychology 9 College of Nursing and Allied Health Athletic Training 16 Communicative Disorders 12 Dietetics 16 Health Sciences 16 Nursing 12 University College Culinary Arts 18 General Studies 0 Petroleum Services 9 More than 60 hours required to complete baccalaureate degree requirements after completing the 60-hour A.G.S. degree. 6

7 College of Arts and Sciences AGS Program Guides 7

8 Art* College Algebra (3 hrs) MATH 1100 (110) or 1170 Select one math elective (3 hrs) Select one or two biological sciences elective(s) (3-6 hrs) Select one or two physical sciences elective(s) (3-6 hrs) Any non-dev MATH course Natural Sciences (9 hrs in both biological and physical with 6 hrs in the same science) Any BIOL course(s) Any CHEM, GEOL, or PHSC course(s) Humanities (9 hrs including 3 hrs English literature and 6 hrs of art history) Select one English literature elective (3 hrs) Any ENGL Lit course Art History Surveys I and III (6 hrs) ARTS 2800, 2810 Select two social sciences electives (6 hrs) Any ANTH, ECON, GEOG, PSYC, POLI, or SOCI courses Art History Survey II (3 hrs) ART 281 Computer Literacy (3 hrs) CPTR 1100 (CIS 105) Beginning Drawing (3 hrs) ARTS 2010* Beginning Design (3 hrs) ARTS 2510* Select 12 hrs of courses from the following Other Courses (21 hrs) Color Design (3 hrs) ART 252 Beginnning Painting (3 hrs) ART 211 Beginning Printmaking (3 hrs) ART 221 Beginning Ceramics (3 hrs) ART 231 Sculptural and 3-Dimensional Design (3 hrs) ART 240 Beginning Photography (3 hrs) ART 261 Total Hours: 60 Fletcher Hours: 45 Cross Enroll Hours: 15 *Students interested in the Art K-12 Education Concentration should contact the Department of Fine Arts for assistance with course selection. All studio classes require portfolio review for transfer. 8

9 Biology Math/Analytical Reasoning (8 hrs as indicated) Calculus I (5 hrs) MATH 165(5) Introductory Statistics (3 hrs) MATH 2100 Natural Sciences (16 hrs as indicated ) General Biology I (4 hrs) BIOL 155(4) General Biology II (4 hrs) BIOL 156(4) Introductory Chemistry I (3 hrs) CHEM 105 Introductory Chemistry II (3 hrs) CHEM 106 Introductory Chemistry Lab (2 hrs) CHEM 110(2)* Select one English literature elective (3 hrs) Select two history electives (6 hrs) Select two social sciences electives (6 hrs) Humanities (9 hrs including 3 hrs English literature and 6 hrs of history) Any ENGL Lit course Any HIST courses Any ANTH, ECON, GEOG, PSYC, POLI, or SOCI courses Any ARTS, MUSC, THEA course Computer Literacy (3 hrs) CPTR 1100 (CIS 105) Public Speaking (3 hrs) SPCH 1200 (120) Select one fine arts or humanities elective different from above (3 hrs) Any ARTS, MUSC, THEA, HIST, PHIL, or ENGL lit course Other Courses (12 hrs) Basic Physics (3 hrs) PHYS 101 Total Hours: 60 Fletcher Hours: 36 Cross Enroll Hours: 24 *Students may substitute the combination of CHEM 113(1) and CHEM 114(1) for CHEM 110(2). 9

10 Chemistry Math/Analytical Reasoning (9 hrs as indicated) Calculus I (5 hrs) MATH 165(5) Calculus II (4 hrs) MATH 166(4)* Natural Sciences (12 hrs as indicated) General Biology I (4 hrs) BIOL 155(4) Introductory Chemistry I including lab (4 hrs) CHEM 105, 113(1) Introductory Chemistry II including lab(4 hrs) CHEM 106, 114(1) Select one English literature elective (3 hrs) Select one history elective (3 hrs) Select one humanities elective (3 hrs) Select two social sciences electives (6 hrs) Humanities (9 hrs including 3 hrs English literature and 3 hrs of history) Any ENGL Lit course Any HIST course Any HIST, PHIL, or ENGL lit course Any ANTH, ECON, GEOG, PSYC, POLI, or SOCI courses Other Courses (15 hrs) Introduction to Computer Science I (3 hrs) CMPS 130 Public Speaking (3 hrs) SPCH 1200 (120) Select 9 hrs of electives Any academic courses may be selected Total Hours: 60 Fletcher Hours: 36 Cross Enroll Hours: 24 *Students in the Professional and Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental concentrations must take MATH 166(4). Those in the Pre- Pharmacy concentration should take MATH 214 (MATH 2100) instead of MATH 166. In this case, the elective hours will increase from 9 to 10 and cross enroll hours will decrease from 24 to 20. Please see the current Nicholls catalog for more information. Hours needed to meet the AGS 60 hour minimum requirement. Some or all of these hours may not apply towards the Bachelor of Science degree. 10

11 English College Algebra (3 hrs) MATH 1100 (110) or 1170 Select one math elective (3 hrs) Select one or two biological sciences elective(s) (3-6 hrs) Select one or two physical sciences elective(s) (3-6 hrs) Select one English literature elective (3 hrs) Select two history electives (6 hrs) Select two social sciences electives (6 hrs) Any non-dev MATH course Natural Sciences (9 hrs in both biological and physical with 6 hrs in the same science) Any BIOL course(s) Any CHEM, GEOL, or PHSC course(s) Humanities (9 hrs including 3 hrs English literature and 6 hrs of history) Any ENGL Lit course* HIST 1010 (101) or 1500 and HIST 1020 (102) or 1510 Any ANTH, ECON, GEOG, PSYC, POLI, or SOCI courses Other Courses (21 hrs) Computer Literacy (3 hrs) CPTR 1100 (CIS 105) Public Speaking (3 hrs) SPCH 1200 (120) American History (3 hrs) HIST 2010 (201) or HIST 2020 (202) Select one fine arts elective different from above (3 hrs) Foreign language electives (6 hrs) Free elective (3 hrs) Any foreign language courses Any academic course may be selected Total Hours: 60 Fletcher Hours: 60 Cross Enroll Hours: 0 *2000-level American or British Literature courses will count as elective hours; however, students will be required to repeat those topics in upper-level courses. 11

12 Geomatics Math/Analytical Reasoning (8 hrs as listed below) Trigonometry (3 hrs) MATH 1110 Calculus I (5 hrs) MATH 165(5) Natural Sciences (9 hrs as indicated) Select one biology elective (3 hrs) BIOL 1010 (BIO 101) or 1140 Physical Geology (3 hrs) GEOL 1010 (101) Basic Physics (3 hrs) PHYS 101 Select one English literature elective (3 hrs) History of Western Civilization sequence (6 hrs) Humanities (9 hrs including 3 hrs English literature and 6 hrs of history) Any ENGL lit course HIST 1010 (101), 1020 (102) Principles of Microeconomics (3 hrs) ECON 2020 (202) Select one social sciences elective (3 hrs) Any ANTH, ECON, GEOG, PSYC, POLI, or SOCI course Other Courses (19 hrs) Computer Literacy (3 hrs) CPTR 1100 (CIS 105) Basic Physics Lab (1 hr) PHYS 103(1) Basic Physics (3 hrs) PHYS 102 Engineering Graphics (2 hrs) EGSC 101(2) Introduction to Geomatics (3 hrs) GEOM 101 Intro to Surveying Instruments Lab (1 hr) GEOM 103(1) Geomatics Methods I (2 hrs) GEOM 201(2) Geomatics Methods II (2 hrs) GEOM 202(2) Geomatics Methods I Lab (1 hr) GEOM 203(1) Geomatics Methods II Lab (1 hr) GEOM 204(1) Total Hours: 60 Fletcher Hours: 36 Cross Enroll Hours: 24 12

13 Government College Algebra (3 hrs) MATH 1100 (110) Select one math elective (3 hrs) Any non-dev MATH course Select one or two biological sciences elective(s) (3-6 hrs) Select one or two physical sciences electives(s) (3-6 hrs) Select one English literature elective (3 hrs) Select either the History of Western Civ or the World History Sequence (6 hrs) American National Government (3 hrs) POLI 1100 (110) State and Local Government (3 hrs) POLI 2520 Natural Sciences (9 hrs in both biological and physical with 6 hrs in the same science) Any BIOL course(s) Any CHEM, GEOL, or PHSC course(s) Humanities (9 hrs including 3 hrs English literature and 6 hrs of history) Any ENGL lit course HIST 1010 (101), 1020 (102) or HIST 1500, 1510 Other Courses (21 hrs) Computer Literacy (3 hrs) CPTR 1100 (CIS 105) Public Speaking (3 hrs) SPCH 1200 (120) Select one English literature elective different Any ENGL lit course from above (3 hrs) Introductory Sociology (3 hrs) SOCI 2010 (201) American History (3 hrs) HIST 2020 (202) Foreign language sequence (6 hrs) Any foreign language sequence Total Hours: 60 Fletcher Hours: 60 Cross Enroll Hours: 0 13

14 History College Algebra (3 hrs) MATH 1100 (110) Select one math elective (3 hrs) Any non-dev MATH course Select one or two biological sciences elective(s) (3-6 hrs) Select one or two physical sciences elective(s) (3-6 hrs) Select one English literature elective (3 hrs) Select either the History of Western Civ or the World History Sequence (6 hrs) Principles of Microeconomics (3 hrs) ECON 2020 (202) American National Government (3 hrs) POLI 1100 (110) Natural Sciences (9 hrs in both biological and physical with 6 hrs in the same science) Any BIOL course(s) Any CHEM, GEOL, or PHSC course(s) Humanities (9 hrs including 3 hrs English literature and 6 hrs of history) Any ENGL lit course HIST 1010 (101), 1020 (102) or HIST 1500, 1510 Computer Literacy (3 hrs) CPTR 1100 (CIS 105) Public Speaking (3 hrs) SPCH 1200 (120) American History (3 hrs) HIST 2010 (201) American History (3 hrs) HIST 2020 (202) Introductory Sociology (3 hrs) SOCI 2010 Foreign language electives (6 hrs) Any foreign languages* Other Courses (21 hrs) Total Hours: 60 Fletcher Hours: 60 Cross Enroll Hours: 0 *Three to six hours of foreign language may be substituted with GEOG 103 (GEOG 205), Physical Geography, and/or SOCI 204, Cultural Diversity in America. 14

15 Mass Communication College Algebra (3 hrs) MATH 1100 (110) or 1170 Select one math elective (3 hrs) MATH 2100 Select one or two biological sciences electives(s) (3-6 hrs) Select one or two physical sciences elective(s) (3-6 hrs) Natural Sciences (9 hrs in both biological and physical with 6 hrs in the same science) Any BIOL course(s) Any CHEM, GEOL, or PHSC course(s) Humanities (9 hrs as indicated) Select two English literature electives (3 hrs) Any ENGL lit course(s) Select one history elective (3 hrs) HIST 1010 (101), 1020 (102), 1500, 1510, 2010 (201), or 2020 (202) Survey of Mass Communication (3 hrs) MACO 101 American National Government or State and Local Government (3 hrs) Select one social science elective (3 hrs) POLI 1100 (110) or POLI 2520 Any ANTH, ECON, GEOG, PSYC, POLI, or SOCI courses Public Speaking (3 hrs) SPCH 1200 (120) Free electives (9 hrs) Any academic course(s) may be selected* Other Courses (21 hrs) News Writing (3 hrs) MACO 251 Visual Communication (3 hrs) MACO 230 Reporting (3 hrs) MACO 252 Total Hours: 60 Fletcher Hours: 48 Cross Enroll Hours: 12 *Mass Communication students must complete a minor in another academic discipline or take 26 hours from a list of approved general electives which must include at least 12 hours at the 300-level or higher. 15

16 Mathematics Select one or two biological sciences elective(s) (3-6 hrs) Select one or two physical sciences elective(s) (3-6 hrs) Select one English literature elective (3 hrs) Math/Analytical Reasoning (9 hrs as listed below) Calculus I (5 hrs) MATH 165(5) Calculus II (4 hrs) MATH 166(4) Select two history electives (6 hrs) Natural Sciences (9 hrs in both biological and physical with 6 hrs in the same science) Any BIOL course(s) Any CHEM, GEOL, or PHSC course(s) Humanities (9 hrs including 3 hrs English literature and 6 hrs of history) Any ENGL lit course Any HIST courses Survey of Economic Principles (3 hrs) ECON 255 Select one social sciences electives (3 hrs) Any ANTH, ECON, GEOG, PSYC, POLI, or SOCI course Other Courses (18 hrs) Introduction to Computer Science I (3 hrs) CMPS 130 Public Speaking (3 hrs) SPCH 1200 (120) Select one natural science elective different from above (3 hrs) Any BIOL, CHEM, GEOL or PHSC course Introduction to Financial Accounting (3 hrs) ACCT 2100 Calculus III (4 hrs) MATH 265(4) Free electives (2 hrs) Any academic course(s) may be selected Total Hours: 60 Fletcher Hours: 41 Cross Enroll Hours: 19 16

17 Mathematics (Secondary Mathematics Education Concentration) Select one or two biological sciences elective(s) (3-6 hrs) Select one or two physical sciences elective(s) (3-6 hrs) Select one English literature elective (3 hrs) Math/Analytical Reasoning (9 hrs as listed below) Calculus I (5 hrs) MATH 165(5) Calculus II (4 hrs) MATH 166(4) Select two history electives (6 hrs) Natural Sciences (9 hrs in both biological and physical with 6 hours in the same science) Any BIOL courses Any CHEM, GEOL, or PHSC course Humanities (9 hrs including 3 hrs English literature and 6 hrs of history) Any ENGL lit course Any HIST courses Survey of Economic Principles (3 hrs) ECON 255 Adolescent and Adult Dev (3 hrs) PSYC 210 Other Courses (18 hrs) Public Speaking (3 hrs) SPCH 1200 (120) Introduction to Financial Accounting (3 hrs) ACCT 2100 Select one naturals sciences elective different from above (3 hrs) Any BIOL, CHEM, GEOL or PHSC course Free electives (2 hrs) Any academic course(s) may be selected Computer Literacy I (3 hrs) CMPS 130 Calculus III (4 hrs) MATH 265 (4) Total Hours: 60 Fletcher Hours: 38 Cross Enroll Hours: 22 Please read Teacher Education Requirements on page 28. Hours needed to meet the AGS 60 hour minimum requirement. Some or all of these hours may not apply towards the Bachelor of Science degree. 17

18 Sociology College Algebra (3 hrs) MATH 1100 (110) Select one math elective (3 hrs) Any non-dev MATH course Select one or two biological sciences electives(s) (3-6 hrs) Select one or two physical sciences elective(s) (3-6 hrs) Select one English literature elective (3 hrs) Select either History of Western Civ or World History sequence (6 hrs) Introductory Sociology (3 hrs) SOCI 2010 (201) Social Problems (3 hrs) SOCI 2020 Natural Sciences (9 hrs in both biological and physical with 6 hrs in the same science) Any BIOL course(s) Any CHEM, GEOL, or PHSC course(s) Humanities (9 hrs including 3 hrs English literature and 6 hrs of history) Any ENGL lit course HIST 1010 (101), 1020 (102) or HIST 1500, 1510 Other Courses (21 hrs) Computer Literacy (3 hrs) CPTR 1100 (CIS 105) Public Speaking (3 hrs) SPCH 1200 (120) Select one English literature elective different Any ENGL lit course from above (3 hrs) American National Government (3 hrs) POLI 1100 (110) Foreign Language Sequence (6 hrs) Any foreign language sequence Social Research I (3 hrs) SOCI 205 Total Hours: 60 Fletcher Hours: 57 Cross Enroll Hours: 3 18

19 College of Business Administration AGS Program Guides 19

20 Accounting College Algebra (3 hrs) MATH 1100 (110) Calculus w/bus and Econ Apps (3 hrs) MATH 2010 Select one or two biological sciences elective(s) (3-6 hrs) Select one or two physical sciences elective(s) (3-6 hrs) Select one English literature elective (3 hrs) Select one history elective (3 hrs) Select one humanities elective (3 hrs) Principles of Microeconomics (3 hrs) ECON 2020 (202) Principles of Macroeconomics (3 hrs) ECON 2010 (201) Natural Sciences (9 hrs in both biological and physical with 6 hrs in the same science) Any BIOL course(s) Any CHEM, GEOL, or PHSC course(s) Computer Literacy (3 hrs) CPTR 1100 (CIS 105) Public Speaking (3 hrs) SPCH 1200 (120) Introduction to American Business (3 hrs) BUSN 1100 Introduction to Financial Accounting (3 hrs) ACCT 2100 Humanities (9 hrs including 3 hrs English literature and 3 hrs of history) Any ENGL lit elective Any HIST course Any HIST, PHIL, or ENGL lit course Other Courses (21 hrs) Intermediate Financial Accounting I (3 hrs) ACCT 221 Management Information Systems (3 hrs) CIS 231 Business Statistics I (3 hrs) QBA 282 Total Hours: 60 Fletcher Hours: 51 Cross Enroll Hours: 9 20

21 Business Administration College Algebra (3 hrs) MATH 1100 (110) Calculus w/bus and Econ Apps (3 hrs) MATH 2010 Select one or two biological sciences elective(s) (3-6 hrs) Select one or two physical sciences elective(s) (3-6 hrs) Select one English literature elective (3 hrs) Select one history elective (3 hrs) Select one humanities elective (3 hrs) Principles of Microeconomics (3 hrs) ECON 2020 (202) Principles of Macroeconomics (3 hrs) ECON 2010 (201) Natural Sciences (9 hrs in both biological and physical with 6 hrs in the same science) Any BIOL course(s) Any CHEM, GEOL, or PHSC course(s) Humanities (9 hrs including 3 hrs English literature and 3 hrs of history) Any ENGL lit course Any HIST course Any HIST, PHIL, or ENGL lit course Other Courses (21 hrs) Computer Literacy (3 hrs) CPTR 1100 (CIS 105) Public Speaking (3 hrs) SPCH 1200 (120) Introduction to American Business (3 hrs) BUSN 1100 Introduction to Financial Accounting (3 hrs) ACCT 2100 Introduction to Managerial Accounting (3 hrs) ACCT 2110 Management Information Systems (3 hrs) CIS 231 Business Statistics I (3 hrs) QBA 282 Total Hours: 60 Fletcher Hours: 54 Cross Enroll Hours: 6 21

22 Computer Information Systems College Algebra (3 hrs) MATH 1100 (110) Calculus w/bus and Econ Apps (3 hrs) MATH 2010 Select one or two biological sciences elective(s) (3-6 hrs) Select one or two physical sciences elective(s) (3-6 hrs) Select one English literature elective (3 hrs) Select one history elective (3 hrs) Select one humanities elective (3 hrs) Principles of Microeconomics (3 hrs) ECON 2020 (202) Principles of Macroeconomics (3 hrs) ECON 2010 (201) Natural Sciences (9 hrs in both biological and physical with 6 hrs in the same science) Any BIOL course(s) Any CHEM, GEOL, or PHSC course(s) Humanities (9 hrs including 3 hrs English literature and 3 hrs of history) Any ENGL lit course Any HIST course Any HIST, PHIL, or ENGL lit course Other Courses (21 hrs) Computer Literacy (3 hrs) CPTR 1100 (CIS 105) Introduction to American Business (3 hrs) BUSN 1100 Introduction to Financial Accounting (3 hrs) ACCT 2100 Introduction to Managerial Accounting (3 hrs) ACCT 2110 Visual Computer Prog for Business (3 hrs) CIS 150 Management Information Systems (3 hrs) CIS 231 Business Statistics I (3 hrs) QBA 282 Total Hours: 60 Fletcher Hours: 51 Cross Enroll Hours: 9 22

23 Finance College Algebra (3 hrs) MATH 1100 (110) Calculus w/bus and Econ Apps (3 hrs) MATH 2010 Select one or two biological sciences elective(s) (3-6 hrs) Select one or two physical sciences elective(s) (3-6 hrs) Select one English literature elective (3 hrs) Select one history elective (3 hrs) Select one humanities elective (3 hrs) Principles of Microeconomics (3 hrs) ECON 2020 (202) Principles of Macroeconomics (3 hrs) ECON 2010 (201) Natural Sciences (9 hrs in both biological and physical with 6 hrs in the same science) Any BIOL course(s) Any CHEM, GEOL, or PHSC course(s) Computer Literacy (3 hrs) CPTR 1100 (CIS 105) Public Speaking (3 hrs) SPCH 1200 (120) Introduction to American Business (3 hrs) BUSN 1100 Introduction to Financial Accounting (3 hrs) ACCT 2100 Humanities (9 hrs including 3 hrs English literature and 3 hrs of history) Any ENGL lit course Any HIST course Any HIST, PHIL, or ENGL lit course Other Courses (21 hrs) Intermediate Financial Accounting I (3 hrs) ACCT 221 Management Information Systems (3 hrs) CIS 231 Business Statistics I (3 hrs) QBA 282 Total Hours: 60 Fletcher Hours: 51 Cross Enroll Hours: 9 23

24 Management College Algebra (3 hrs) MATH 1100 (110) Calculus w/bus and Econ Apps (3 hrs) MATH 2010 Select one or two biological sciences elective(s) (3-6 hrs) Select one or two physical sciences elective(s) (3-6 hrs) Select one English literature elective (3 hrs) Select one history elective (3 hrs) Select one humanities elective (3 hrs) Principles of Microeconomics (3 hrs) ECON 2020 (202) Principles of Macroeconomics (3 hrs) ECON 2010 (201) Natural Sciences (9 hrs in both biological and physical with 6 hrs in the same science) Any BIOL course(s) Any CHEM, GEOL, or PHSC course(s) Humanities (9 hrs including 3 hrs English literature and 3 hrs of history) Any ENGL lit course Any HIST course Any HIST, PHIL, or ENGL lit course Other Courses (21 hrs) Computer Literacy (3 hrs) CPTR 1100 (CIS 105) Public Speaking (3 hrs) SPCH 1200 (120) Introduction to American Business (3 hrs) BUSN 1100 Introduction to Financial Accounting (3 hrs) ACCT 2100 Introduction to Managerial Accounting (3 hrs) ACCT 2110 Management Information Systems (3 hrs) CIS 231 Business Statistics I (3 hrs) QBA 282 Total Hours: 60 Fletcher Hours: 54 Cross Enroll Hours: 6 24

25 Marketing College Algebra (3 hrs) MATH 1100 (110) Calculus w/bus and Econ Apps (3 hrs) MATH 2010 Select one or two biological sciences elective(s) (3-6 hrs) Select one or two physical sciences elective(s) (3-6 hrs) Select one English literature elective (3 hrs) Select one history elective (3 hrs) Select one humanities elective (3 hrs) Principles of Microeconomics (3 hrs) ECON 2020 (202) Principles of Macroeconomics (3 hrs) ECON 2010 (201) Natural Sciences (9 hrs in both biological and physical with 6 hours in the same science) Any BIOL course(s) Any CHEM, GEOL, or PHSC course(s) Humanities (9 hrs including 3 hrs English literature and 3 hrs of history) Any ENGL lit course Any HIST course Any HIST, PHIL, or ENGL lit course Other Courses (21 hrs) Computer Literacy (3 hrs) CPTR 1100 (CIS 105) Public Speaking (3 hrs) SPCH 1200 (120) Introduction to American Business (3 hrs) BUSN 1100 Introduction to Financial Accounting (3 hrs) ACCT 2100 Introduction to Managerial Accounting (3 hrs) ACCT 2110 Management Information Systems (3 hrs) CIS 231 Business Statistics I (3 hrs) QBA 282 Total Hours: 60 Fletcher Hours: 54 Cross Enroll Hours: 6 25

26 College of Education AGS Program Guides 26

27 Birth to Five/Early Interventionist Education College Algebra (3 hrs) MATH 1100 (110) Introductory Statistics (3 hrs) MATH 2100 Natural Sciences (9 hrs as indicated) Basic Biology I and II (6 hrs) BIOL 1010 (BIO 101), 1020 (BIO 102) Select one physical sciences elective (3 hrs) Any CHEM, GEOL, or PHSC course Humanities (9 hrs including 3 hrs English literature and 6 hrs of history) Select one English literature elective (3 hrs) Any ENGL lit course World History and American History (6 hrs) HIST 1510, 2010 (201) Child Psychology (3 hrs) PSYC 206 Geography elective (3 hrs) Select one physical sciences elective different from above (3 hrs) Any GEOG course Other Courses (21 hrs) Any CHEM, GEOL, or PHSC course Math for Elementary Teachers I (3 hrs) MATH 110 Creative Activities for Preschoolers (3 hrs) FCED 135 Approaches to Preschool Curriculum (3 hrs) FCED 232 The Psyc and Ed of the Exceptional Child (3 EDUC 211 hrs) Intro to Elementary and Secondary Ed (3hrs) EDUC 250 Intro to Tech Integration for Teachers (3 hrs) EDUC 251 Total Hours: 60* Fletcher Hours: 39 Cross Enroll Hours: 21 *The Bachelor of Science degree requires 124 credit hours. Students completing this AGS program will need 64 additional credit hours to complete bachelor s degree requirements. 27

28 Elementary Education (Grades PK-3) College Algebra (3 hrs) MATH 1100 (110) Math for Elementary Teachers I (3 hrs) MATH 110 Select two biological sciences electives (6 hrs) Select one physical sciences elective (3 hrs) Any BIOL courses Any CHEM, GEOL, or PHSC course Natural Sciences (9 hrs as indicated) Humanities (9 hrs including 3 hrs English literature and 6 hrs of history) Literature for Teachers (3 hrs) ENGL 212 World History (6 hrs) HIST 1500, 1510 Child Psychology (3 hrs) PSYC 206 Select one geography elective (3 hrs) Any GEOG course Other Courses (21 hrs) American History (3 hrs) HIST 2020 (202) Math for Elementary Teachers II (3 hrs) MATH 210 Intro to Elementary and Secondary Ed (3hrs) EDUC 250 Intro to Tech Integration for Teachers (3 hrs) EDUC 251 Free electives (9 hrs) Any academic courses may be selected Total Hours: 60* Fletcher Hours: 42 Cross Enroll Hours: 18 *The Bachelor of Science degree requires 125 credit hours. Students completing this AGS program will at least 65 additional credit hours to complete bachelor s degree requirements. Hours needed to meet the AGS 60 hour minimum requirement. Some or all of these hours may not apply towards the Bachelor of Science degree. 28

29 Elementary Education (Grades 1-5) College Algebra (3 hrs) MATH 1100 (110) Introductory Statistics (3 hrs) MATH 2100 Select two biological sciences electives (6 hrs) Select one physical sciences elective (3 hrs) Any BIOL courses Any CHEM, GEOL, or PHSC course Natural Sciences (9 hrs as indicated) Humanities (9 hrs including 3 hrs English literature and 6 hrs of history) Literature for Teachers (3 hrs) ENGL 212 World History and American History (6 hrs) HIST 1510, 2020 (202) Child Psychology (3 hrs) PSYC 206 Select one geography elective (3 hrs) Any GEOG course Other Courses (21 hrs) Math for Elementary Teachers I (3 hrs) MATH 110 Math for Elementary Teachers II (3 hrs) MATH 210 Select two physical sciences electives different Any CHEM, GEOL, or PHSC courses from above (6 hrs) The Psyc and Ed of the Exceptional Child (3 EDUC 211 hrs) Intro to Elementary and Secondary Ed (3 hrs) EDUC 250 Intro to Tech Integration for Teachers (3 hrs) EDUC 251 Total Hours: 60* Fletcher Hours: 39 Cross Enroll Hours: 21 *The Bachelor of Science degree requires 127 credit hours. Students completing this AGS program will need 70 additional credit hours to complete bachelor s degree requirements. Hours needed to meet the AGS 60 hour minimum requirement. Some or all of these hours may not apply towards the Bachelor of Science degree. 29

30 Elementary/Middle School Education (Grades 4-8) College Algebra (3 hrs) MATH 1100 (110) Elementary Statistics (3 hrs) MATH 2100 Natural Sciences (9 hrs as indicated) Basic Biology I and II (6 hrs) BIOL 1010 (BIO 101), 1020 (BIO 102) Select one physical sciences electives (3 hrs) Any CHEM, GEOL, or PHSC course Humanities (9 hrs including 3 hrs English literature and 6 hrs of history) Literature for Teachers (3 hrs) ENGL 212 American History Sequence (6 hrs) HIST 2010 (201), 2020 (202) American National Government (3 hrs) POLI 1100 (110) Middle School Child Psychology (3 hrs) PSYC 220 Select one fine arts elective(3 hrs) Other Courses (21 hrs) Public Speaking (3 hrs) SPCH 1200 (120) World History (3 hrs) HIST 1510 Select one geography elective (3 hrs) Any GEOG course Select one physical sciences elective different Any CHEM, GEOL, or PHSC course from above (3 hrs) Math for Elementary Teachers I (3 hrs) MATH 110 Intro to Tech Integration for Teachers (3 hrs) EDUC 251 Middle School Cur and Pedagogy (3 hrs) EDUC 255 Total Hours: 60 Fletcher Hours: 45 Cross Enroll Hours: 15 30

31 General Family and Consumer Sciences (Child, Family and Social Services) College Algebra (3 hrs) MATH 1100 (110) Select one math elective (3 hrs) Any non-dev MATH course Natural Sciences (9 hrs as indicated) Basic Biology I and II (6 hrs) BIOL 1010 (BIO 101), 1020 (BIO 102) Select one physical science elective (3 hrs) Any CHEM, GEOL, or PHSC course Short Stories and Novels or Poetry and Drama (3 hrs) Select two history electives (6 hrs) Humanities (9 hrs including 3 hrs English literature and 6 hrs of history) ENGL 2110 or 2150 Any HIST courses General Psychology (3 hrs) PSYC 2010 (201) Life Span Developmental Psychology (3 hrs) PSYC 2120 Other Courses (21 hrs) Computer Literacy (3 hrs) CPTR 1100 (CIS 105) Public Speaking (3 hrs) SPCH 1200 (120) Introductory Sociology (3 hrs) SOCI 2010 (201) Psychology of Personality (3 hrs) PSYC 204 Helping Individuals and Families (3 hrs) FACS 131 Select one HPED elective (2 hrs) Any HPED course (2) General Medical Terminology (1 hr) NURS 311 (1) Drug Abuse (3 hrs) NURS 307 Total Hours: 60 Fletcher Hours: 48 Cross Enroll Hours: 12 31

32 Human Performance Education (Grades K-12) English Comp I (3 hrs) English Comp II (3 hrs) ENGL 1010 (101M) ENGL 1020 (102M) College Algebra (3 hrs) MATH 1100 (110M) Trigonometry (3 hrs) MATH 1110 Natural Sciences (9 hrs as indicated) Human Anatomy and Physiology I & II (6 hrs) BIOL 1140, 1160 Select one physical science elective (3 hrs) Any CHEM, GEOL, or PHSC course Humanities (9 hrs including 3 hrs English literature and 6 hrs of history) Select one English literature course (3 hrs) Any ENGL lit course World History (6 hrs) HIST 1500, 1510 American National Government or State and Local Government (3 hrs) Life Span Developmental Psychology (3 hr) PSYC 2120 Select one fine arts course (3 hrs) POLI 1100 (110M) or 2520 Other Courses (21 hrs) Personal and Community Health Probs (3 hrs) HPED 141 Intro to Elementary and Secondary Ed (3hrs) EDUC 250 Intro to Tech Integration for Teachers (3 hrs) EDUC 251 Sports Conditioning (3 hrs) HPED 240 Personal Fitness (3 hrs) HPED 246 Intro to Health and Physical Education (3 hrs) HPED 252 Technical Skills for Team Sports (3 hrs) HPED 280 Total Hours: 60 Fletcher Hours: 39 Cross Enroll Hours: 21 32

33 Secondary Education (Grades 6-12 English Concentration) College Algebra (3 hrs) MATH 1100 (110) Select one math elective (3 hrs) Any non-dev MATH course Select one or two biological sciences elective(s) (3-6 hrs) Select one or two physical sciences elecitve(s) (3-6 hrs) Natural Sciences (9 hrs in both biological and physical with 6 hours in the same science) Any BIOL course(s) Any CHEM, GEOL, or PHSC course(s) Humanities (9 including 3 hrs English literature and 6 hrs of history) Short Stories and Novels (3 hrs) ENGL 2110 World History and American History (6 hrs) HIST 1500, 2020 (202) Adolescent and Adult Development (3 hrs) PSYC 210 Select one social sciences elective (3 hrs) Any ANTH, ECON, GEOG, PSYC, POLI, or SOCI course Other Courses (21 hrs) Free electives (6 hrs) Any academic courses may be selected Survey of British Lit I (3 hrs) ENGL 315 Survey of British Lit II (3 hrs) ENGL 316 Advanced Grammer (3 hrs) ENGL 264 Intro to Elementary and Secondary Ed (3hrs) EDUC 250 Intro to Tech Integration for Teachers (3 hrs) EDUC 251 Total Hours: 60 Fletcher Hours: 42 Cross Enroll Hours: 18 Hours needed to meet the AGS 60 hour minimum requirement. Some or all of these hours may not apply towards the Bachelor of Science degree. 33

34 Secondary Education (Grades 6-12 Fam and Consumer Sci Concentration) College Algebra (3 hrs) MATH 1100 (110) Select one math elective (3 hrs) Any non-dev MATH course Select Basic Biology I and II or Human Anatomy and Physiology I and II (6 hrs) Select one physical sciences elective (3 hrs) Natural Sciences (9 hrs as indicated) BIOL 1010 (BIO 101), 1020 (BIO 102) or BIOL 1140, 1160 Any CHEM, GEOL, or PHSC course Humanities (9 hrs including 3 hrs English literature and 6 hrs of history) Short Stories and Novels (3 hrs) ENGL 2110 World History and American History (6 hrs) HIST 1500, 2020 (202) Adolescent and Adult Development (3 hrs) PSYC 210 Select one social sciences elective (3 hrs) Any ANTH, ECON, GEOG, PSYC, POLI, or SOCI course Free electives (2 hrs) Other Courses (21 hrs) Any academic course(s) may be selected Orientation to FACS Eduction (1 hr) FACS 130(1) Food and Nutrition (3hrs) DIET 111 Clothing Construction (3 hrs) FCED223 Meal Management (3 hrs) DIET 215 Demonstrations (3 hrs) FCED262 Intro to Elementary and Secondary Ed (3hrs) EDUC 250 Intro to Tech Integration for Teachers (3 hrs) EDUC 251 Total Hours: 60 Fletcher Hours: 38 Cross Enroll Hours: 22 Hours needed to meet the AGS 60 hour minimum requirement. Some or all of these hours may not apply towards the Bachelor of Science degree. 34

35 Secondary Education (Grades 6-12 General Science Concentration) College Algebra (3 hrs) MATH 1100 (110) Select one math elective (3 hrs) Any non-dev MATH course Natural Sciences (9 hrs as indicated) Human Anatomy and Physiology I and II (6 BIOL 1140, 1160 hrs) Introductory Chemistry I (3 hrs) CHEM 105 Humanities (9 hrs including 3 hrs English literature 6 hrs of history) Short Stories and Novels (3 hrs) ENGL 2110 World History and American History (6 hrs) HIST 1500, 2020 (202) Adolescent and Adult Development (3 hrs) PSYC 210 Select one social sciences elective (3 hrs) Any ANTH, ECON, GEOG, PSYC, POLI, or SOCI course Any ARTS, MUSC 1010, or THEA course Other Courses (21 hrs) Physical Geology (3 hrs) GEOL 1010 Historical Geology (3 hrs) GEOL 1020 Introductory Physical Science III (3 hrs) PHSC 1400 Introductory Chemistry II (3 hrs) CHEM 106 Intro to Elementary and Secondary Ed (3hrs) EDUC 250 Intro to Tech Integration for Teachers (3 hrs) EDUC 251 Basic Physics (3 hrs) PHYS 101 Total Hours: 60 Fletcher Hours: 42 Cross Enroll Hours: 18 35

36 Secondary Education (Grades 6-12 Social Studies Concentration) College Algebra (3 hrs) MATH 1100 (110) Select one math elective (3 hrs) Any MATH course Select one or two biological sciences elective(s) (3-6 hrs) Select one or two physical sciences elective(s) (3-6 hrs) Natural Sciences (9 hrs in both biological and physical with 6 hours in the same science) Any BIOL course Any CHEM, GEOL, or PHSC course Humanities (9 including 3 hrs English literature and 6 hrs of history) Short Stories and Novels (3 hrs) ENGL 2110 World History and American History (6 hrs) HIST 1500, 2020 (202) Adolescent and Adult Development (3 hrs) PSYC 210 Introductory Sociology (3 hrs) SOCI 2010 (201) Other Courses (21 hrs) World History (3 hrs) HIST 1510 American History (3 hrs) HIST 2010 (201) American National Government (3 hrs) POLI 1100 (110) State and Local Government (3 hrs) POLI 2520 Social Problems (3 hrs) SOCI 2020 Intro to Elementary and Secondary Ed (3hrs) EDUC 250 Intro to Tech Integration for Teachers (3 hrs) EDUC 251 Total Hours: 60 Fletcher Hours: 51 Cross Enroll Hours: 9 *The Bachelor of Science degree requires 127 credit hours. Students completing this AGS program will need 67 additional credit hours to complete bachelor s degree requirements. 36

37 Psychology College Algebra (3 hrs) MATH 1100 (110) Select one math elective (3 hrs) Any non-dev MATH course Select two biological sciences electives (6 hrs) Select one physical sciences elective (3 hrs) Select one English literature elective (3 hrs) Select the History of Westen Civ or the World History or the American History Sequence (6 hrs) Natural Sciences (9 hrs in both biological and physical with 6 hours in the same science) Any BIOL courses Any CHEM, GEOL, or PHSC course Humanities (9 including 3 hrs English literature and 6 hrs of history) Any ENGL lit course HIST 1010 (101), 1020 (102) or HIST 1500, 1510 or HIST 2010 (201), 2020 (202) General Psychology (3 hrs) PSYC 2010 (201) Select non-psyc social sciences elective (3 hrs) Any ANTH, ECON, GEOG, POLI, or SOCI course Other Courses (21 hrs) Computer Literacy (3 hrs) CPTR 1100 (CIS 105) Public Speaking (3 hrs) SPCH 1200 (120) Select one psychology elective (3 hrs) Any PSYC course Free elective (3 hrs) Any academic course(s) may be selected Psychology of Personality (3 hrs) PSYC 204 Statistics (3 hrs) PSYC 208 Research Designs and Methods (3 hrs) PSYC 209 Total Hours: 60 Fletcher Hours: 51 Cross Enroll Hours: 9 37

38 College of Nursing and Allied Health AGS Program Guides 38

39 Athletic Training College Algebra (3 hrs) MATH 1100 (110) Introductory Statistics (3 hrs) MATH 2100 Human Anatomy and Physiology I and II including labs (8 hrs) Basic Physics or Physics for Allied Health (3 hrs) Select one English literature elective (3 hrs) Select one history elective (3 hrs) Select one humanities elective (3 hrs) General Psychology (3 hrs) PSYC 2010 (201) Life Span Development Psychology (3 hrs) PSYC 2120 Natural Sciences (11 hrs as indicated) BIOL 1140, 1150(1), 1160, 1170(1) PHYS 101 or PHYS 151 Humanities (9 hrs including 3 hrs English literature and 3 hrs of history) Any ENGL lit course Any HIST course Any HIST, PHIL, or ENGL lit course Other Courses (19 hrs) Computer Literacy (3 hrs) CPTR 1100 (CIS 105) Public Speaking (3 hrs) SPCH 1200 (120) Careers is Sports Medicine (1 hr) ATTR 101(1) Clinical Introduction to Sports Medicine (2 ATTR 102(2) hrs) Acute Care in Sport and Exercise (3 hrs) ATTR 220 Foundations of Athletic Training (3 hrs) ATTR 222 Musculoskeletal Anat and Palpation (3 hrs) ATTR 230 Adv Application in Athletic Training (1 hr) ATTR 232(1) Total Hours: 60 Fletcher Hours: 44 Cross Enroll Hours: 16 39

40 Communicative Disorders College Algebra (3 hrs) MATH 1100 (110) or 1170 Introductory Statistics (3 hrs) MATH 1110 or 2100 Basic Biology I and II or Human Anatomy and Physiology I and II (6 hrs) Select one physical sciences elective (3 hrs) Select one English literature elective (3 hrs) Select two history electives (6 hrs) General Psychology (3 hrs) PSYC 2010 (201) Psychology elective (3 hrs) Any PSYC course Natural Sciences (9 hrs as indicated) BIOL 1010 (BIO 101), 1020 (BIO 102) or BIOL 1140, 1160* Any CHEM, GEOL, or PHSC course Humanities (9 hrs including 3 hrs English literature and 6 hrs of history) Any ENGL lit course Any HIST courses Other Courses (21 hrs) Computer Literacy (3 hrs) CPTR 1100 (CIS 105) Public Speaking (3 hrs) SPCH 1200 (120) Introductory Sociology (3 hrs) SOCI 2010 (201) Intro to Spch-Lang Path and Audiology (3 COMD 278 hrs) Normal Language Acquisition (3 hrs) COMD 279 Assessment and Mngt of Lang Dis orders (3 COMD 281 hrs) The Psyc and Ed of the Exceptional Child (3 EDUC 211 hrs) Total Hours: 60 Fletcher Hours: 48 Cross Enroll Hours: 12 *Recommended biology sequence. The psychology course selected must transfer as a course numbered 200-level or above. 40

41 Dietetics College Algebra (3 hrs) MATH 1100 (110) Introductory Statistics (3 hrs) MATH 2100 Human Anatomy and Physiology I and II including labs (8 hrs) Natural Sciences (11 hrs as indicated) BIOL 1140, 1150(1), 1160, 1170(1) Introductory Chemistry I (3 hrs) CHEM 105 Select one English literature elective (3 hrs) Select two history electives (6 hrs) Select one psychology elective (3 hrs) Any PSYC course Introductory Sociology (3 hrs) SOCI 2010 Humanities (9 hrs including 3 hrs English literature and 6 hrs of history) Any ENGL lit course Any HIST courses Other Courses (19 hrs) Computer Literacy (3 hrs) CPTR 1100 (CIS 105) General Microbiology (3 hrs) BIOL 2030 Food and Nutrition (3 hrs) DIET 111 Meal Management (3 hrs) DIET 215 Orientation to Dietetics Profession (1 hr) DIET 120(1) Applied Nutrition (3 hrs) DIET 200 Applied Nutrition Laboratory (1 hr) DIET 201(1) Select one HPED elective (2 hrs) Any HPED(2) course Total Hours: 60 Fletcher Hours: 44 Cross Enroll Hours: 16 41

42 Health Sciences College Algebra (3 hrs) MATH 1100 (110M) or 1170 Introductory Statistics (3 hrs) MATH 2100 Human Anatomy and Physiology I and II including labs (8 hrs) Natural Sciences (11 hrs as indicated) BIOL 1140, 1150(1), 1160, 1170(1) Introductory Chemistry I (3 hrs) CHEM 105 Select one English literature elective (3 hrs) Select one history elective (3 hrs) Select one humanities elective (3 hrs) Humanities (9 hrs including 3 hrs English literature and 3 hrs of history) Any ENGL lit course Any HIST course HIST, PHIL, or ENGL lit General Psychology (3 hrs) PSYC 2010 (201) Select one social sciences elective (3 hrs) Any ANTH, ECON, GEOG, PSYC, POLI, or SOCI course Computer Literacy (3 hrs) CPTR 1100 (CIS 105) Public Speaking (3 hrs) SPCH 1200 (120) Select 13 hrs from concentration courses Other Courses (19 hrs) See concentration courses below. Total Hours: 60 Fletcher Hours: 44 Cross Enroll Hours: 16 Pre-Professional Concentration Courses (27 hours required): AHSC 220 or ATTR 220, AHSC 221 or ATTR 280, BIOL 155(4), PHYS 101* or 151, and 14 hrs of electives from AHSC, BIOL, CHEM, DIET, HPED, PHYS, PSYC, or SOCI. Supervision and Management Concentration: Students must be a credentialed and/or licensed health care professional and qualify for Advanced Standing credit to complete this concentration. Each student must petition for Advanced Standing credit with the Head of the Department of Allied Health Sciences. *Trigonometry is a prerequisite for PHYS 101. The social science course selected must transfer as a course numbered 200-level or above. 42

43 Nursing College Algebra (3 hrs) MATH 1100 (110) or 1170 Introductory Statistics (3 hrs) MATH 2100 Human Anatomy and Physiology I and II including labs (8 hrs) General, Organic, and Biological Chemistry for Nursing (3 hrs) Select one English literature elective (3 hrs) Select one history elective (3 hrs) Select one humanities elective (3 hrs) Natural Sciences (11 hrs as indicated) BIOL 1140, 1150(1), 1160, 1170(1) CHEM 109 Humanities (9 hrs including 3 hrs English literature and 3 hrs of history) Any ENGL lit course Any HIST course Any HIST, PHIL, or ENGL lit course General Psychology (3 hrs) PSYC 2010 (201) Cultural Diversity in American Society (3 hrs) SOCI 204 Other Courses (19 hrs) Computer Literacy (3 hrs) CPTR 1100 (CIS 105) General Microbiology (3 hrs) BIOL 2030 Applied Nutrition (3 hrs) DIET 200 Select one nursing elective (3 hrs) NURS 307 or 352 or 360 Free electives (7 hrs) Any academic course(s) may be selected Total Hours: 60 Fletcher Hours: 48 Cross Enroll Hours: 12 Hours needed to meet the AGS 60 hour minimum requirement. Some or all of these hours may not apply towards the Bachelor of Science degree. 43

44 University College AGS Program Guides 44

45 Culinary Arts College Algebra (3 hrs) MATH 1100 (110) or 1170 Select one math elective (3 hrs) Select one or two biological sciences elective(s) (3-6 hrs) Select one or two physical sciences elective(s) (3-6 hrs) Any non-dev MATH course Natural Sciences (9 hrs in both biological and physical with 6 hrs In the same science) Any BIOL course(s) Any CHEM, GEOL, or PHSC course(s) Humanities (9 hrs including 3 hrs English literature and 3 hrs of culinary history) Select one English literature elective (3 hrs) Any ENGL lit course Select one history elective (3 hrs) Any HIST course Culinary History and Development (3 hrs) CULA 101 Select two social sciences electives (6 hrs) Computer Literacy (3 hrs) CPTR 1100 (CIS 105) Public Speaking (3 hrs) SPCH 1200 (120) Select 15 hrs of courses from the following Any ANTH, ECON, GEOG, POLI, PSYC, or SOCI courses Other Courses (21 hrs) Nutrition (3 hrs) DIET 111 or 200 Sanitation and Food Safety (1 hr) CULA 105 (1) Culinary Foundations (2 hrs) CULA 111(2) Fruits, Veg, and Farinaceous Products (2 hrs) CULA 221(2) Meat Identification and Fabrication (2 hrs) CULA 219(2) Stocks, Sauces and Soups (2 hrs) CULA 222(2) Garde Manager (2 hrs) CULA 230(2) Food, Bev, and Labor Cost Control (3 hrs) CULA 231 Baking (2 hrs) CULA 250(2) Total Hours: 60 Fletcher Hours: 42 Cross Enroll Hours: 18 45

46 Interdisciplinary Studies College Algebra (3 hrs) MATH 1100 (110M) or 1170 Select one math elective (3 hrs) Select one or two biological sciences elective(s) (3-6 hrs) Select one or two physical sciences electives (3-6 hrs) Select one English literature elective (3 hrs) Select one history elective (3 hrs) Select one humanities elective (3 hrs) Select two social sciences electives (6 hrs) Select one fine arts electives (3 hrs) Any non-dev MATH course Natural Sciences (9 hrs in both biological and physical with 6 hrs In the same science) Any BIOL course(s) Any CHEM, GEOL, or PHSC course(s) Humanities (9 hrs including 3 hrs English literature and 3 hrs of history) Any ENGL lit course Any HIST course Any HIST, PHIL, or ENGL lit course Any ANTH, ECON, GEOG, PSYC, POLI, or SOCI courses Other Courses (21 hrs) Computer Literacy (3 hrs) CPTR 1100 (CIS 105) Public Speaking (3 hrs) SPCH 1200 (120) Free electives (15 hrs) Any academic courses may be selected Total Hours: 60 Fletcher Hours: 60 Cross Enroll Hours: 0 46

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