91

 

LIBERAL ARTS & SCIENCES / MATH & SCIENCE A.S.

This program is designed for 91 who plan to transfer and continue their studies in fields such as medicine, dentistry, pharmacology, biology, chemistry, geology or environmental science.

PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES

  • Acquire knowledge of methods used by scientists to explore natural phenomena.
  • Apply and communicate scientific data, concepts and models in one or more of the natural sciences.
  • Display competency in critical thinking skills through reasoned analysis.
  • Demonstrate research and information management skills
  • Integrate data from technological applications and perform analysis consistent with requirements of college-level mathematics and science courses.
  • Acquire the knowledge and skills needed to be competitive and successful in transferring to a four-year 91 program.

DEGREE REQUIREMENTS

General Education requirements must be met prior to granting of the A.S. 91.

CREDIT REQUIREMENTS

A minimum of 62 credits, but fewer than 120, with an average grade of C (2.0).

CURRICULUM REQUIREMENTS

The course of study leading to this 91 should be an organized curriculum composed of courses in the Liberal Arts and Sciences.

COURSES CREDIT HOURS
General Education Written and Oral Communication
ENGL 101 Freshman English I 3
General Education Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
  Recommended: SCI 200 3
Natural Sciences (Gen Ed Scientific Reasoning) and Mathematics (Gen Ed Quantitative Reasoning)
  32 credits, to include: Biology, Chemistry, Geology, Mathematics, Physics
  • 8 credit hours natural sciences sequence:
    BIOL 103-104, BIOL 225-226, BIOL 203-204, BIOL 103 and 226, CHEM 103-104, CHEM 207-208, GEOL 110-111, PHYS 103-104, PHYS 200-201
  • 6-8 credit hours mathematics
    3-4 credits MATH 106, 108, 201-204, 212 or 214
    3-4 credits MATH 108, 201, 202, 204, or 214
  • 16-18 credit hours science and/or mathematics electives
Note: Students who complete a mathematics sequence course with a C or better cannot take a lower sequence course for credit.
32
General Education Humanities
ENGL 102 Freshman English II 3
  General Education Social Sciences 3
  General Education The Arts
OR
General Education World Languages
3
  General Education U.S. History and Civic Engagement
OR
Gen Ed World History and Global Awareness
3
Electives
  Liberal Arts Electives 6
  Electives 6
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS 62

A prior felony conviction may hinder a student’s ability to enroll in a course or complete the requirements of certain academic programs and/or meet the criteria for licensure required by certain professions.