Associate in Science (A.S.)

(CIP Code 240101)

60 Semester Hours

The Associate in Science (A.S.) Degree program emphasizes mathematics and natural and physical sciences and is designed for students who wish to enter fields related to mathematics or sciences. Areas of emphasis include secondary education, and/or professional areas of health, medicine, engineering, business, and computer science.

Requirements for specific majors at senior institutions may vary. Therefore, it is the responsibility of the students to plan a program of study to meet the requirements of the college to which they expect to transfer. It is strongly recommended students consult the college/university to which they plan to transfer to ensure that courses taken at Central Carolina Technical College meet the senior institution’s requirements for the desired four-year degree. Informed academic advisors are available to assist students.

The length of time required to complete a University Transfer Program is dependent upon the number of courses in which the student enrolls each semester. See Statewide Articulation Agreement: Technical College Courses Transferrable to Public Senior Institutions in the General Information section of this catalog and visit the following website: www.sctrac.org.

College Success – 3 Credit Hours

Required for all students. Recommended to be completed during the student’s first semester.

 

COL 105 Freshman Seminar

Developmental Courses

This program of study requires that all developmental courses must be completed prior to graduation. These developmental courses may or may not be prerequisites to courses required in the program. Developmental courses are determined by placement tests taken at the time of admission into the College. The developmental courses are MAT 031, MAT 032, RDG 032, and ENG 032. These courses do not count for credit in any program of study.

courses required to complete this program

Following is a list of courses required to complete this program. Since some courses are offered once a year, courses should be taken in the following sequence in order to complete the program in a timely manner:

Communications (Written and Oral) - 9 Credit HoursCreditLabClass

ENG 101 English Composition I 303

ENG 102 English Composition II 303

SPC 205 Public Speaking 303

909Total

Humanities/Fine Arts - 6 Credit Hours (Choose two)CreditLabClass

ART 101 Art History and Appreciation 303

ART 105 Film as Art 303

ENG 203 American Literature Survey 303

ENG 205 English Literature I 303

ENG 206 English Literature II 303

ENG 208 World Literature I 303

ENG 209 World Literature II 303

ENG 214 Fiction 303

ENG 220 20th and 21st Century Literature 303

ENG 228 Studies in Film Genre 303

ENG 236 African American Literature 303

HIS 101 Western Civilization to 1689 303

HIS 102 Western Civilization Post 1689 303

HIS 122 History, Technology, and Society 303

HIS 131 African American History, 1877-Present 303

HIS 201 American History: Discovery to 1877 303

HIS 202 American History: 1877 to Present 303

HIS 222 Global Women’s History 303

MUS 105 Music Appreciation 303

PHI 101 Introduction to Philosophy 303

PHI 110 Ethics 303

REL 101 Introduction to Religion 303

SPA 102 Elementary Spanish II 404

SPC 210 Oral Interpretation of Literature 303

THE 101 Introduction to Theatre 303

76076Total

Social/Behavioral Science - 6 Credit Hours (Choose two)CreditLabClass

ANT 101 General Anthropology 303

ECO 210 Macroeconomics 303

ECO 211 Microeconomics 303

GEO 102 World Geography 303

PSC 201 American Government 303

PSC 215 State and Local Government 303

PSY 201 General Psychology 303

PSY 203 Human Growth and Development 303

PSY 208 Human Sexuality 303

PSY 212 Abnormal Psychology 303

SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology 303

SOC 102 Marriage and the Family 303

SOC 206 Social Psychology 303

SOC 210 Juvenile Delinquency 303

42042Total

Mathematics - 6 Credit HoursCreditLabClass

MAT 110 College Algebra 303

MAT 120 Probability and Statistics 303

606Total

Lab Science I, II Sequence - 8 Credit Hours (Choose two sequencial)CreditLabClass

AST 101 Solar System Astronomy 433

AST 102 Stellar Astronomy 433

BIO 101 Biological Science I 433

BIO 102 Biological Science II 433

BIO 210 Anatomy and Physiology I 433

BIO 211 Anatomy and Physiology II 433

CHM 110 College Chemistry I 433

CHM 111 College Chemistry II 433

322424Total

Major Courses - 15 Credit HoursCreditLabClass

AST 101 Solar System Astronomy 433

AST 102 Stellar Astronomy 433

BIO 101 Biological Science I 433

BIO 102 Biological Science II 433

BIO 203 General Genetics 433

BIO 205 Ecology 403

BIO 206 Ecology Lab 130

BIO 210 Anatomy and Physiology I 433

BIO 211 Anatomy and Physiology II 433

BIO 225 Microbiology 433

CHM 110 College Chemistry I 433

CHM 111 College Chemistry II 433

MAT 111 College Trigonometry 303

MAT 140 Analytical Geometry and Calculus I 404

MAT 141 Analytical Geometry and Calculus II 404

563344Total

Approved Electives – 7 Credit HoursCreditLabClass

------ Departmental Approved Elective303

------ Departmental Approved Elective303

------ Departmental Approved Elective303

909Total

 

23057210Program Total

 

This program is aligned with the following career cluster: General

Additional Notes

  • Course hours must total 15 or more credit hours to satisfy the major course requirement. A course used to satisfy general education core requirements cannot be used as a major course.
  • BIO203, BIO205, BIO206, COL103, CPT101, ENG220, ENG228, HIS105, HIS115, MUS110 and  REL101 are not included on the CHE statewide articulation of transfer courses. May be accepted at some institutions for transfer.
  • Approved electives: Six (6) credit hours are to be chosen by the students under the guidance of their faculty advisor in order to adapt the program to their transfer objectives. The eligible course must be numbered 101 or above, and students should check the transferability of the course chosen with the senior institution he or she plans to attend. The approved elective should be transferable. Note: CPT 102, MAT 101, MAT 102, and MAT 155 may not be used as approved electives.

Program Contact

Tisdel, Jason E. Dean, General Education