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Associate of Science General Education Requirements: | Print |


Minimum Semester Hours
Core General Education Requirements* 45
Courses for pre-engineering major 19
First Year Experience 1-3 

*A candidate for the Associate of Science degree must complete the following core degree requirements that meet the general education definition:

I: Communications 3

Objectives: Writing and speaking clearly and concisely using edited American English.
ENG101, 101H English Composition I

II/III: Humanities/Social/Behavioral Sciences 9

Objectives: Analyzing the themes of human experience through exploration of great works and ideas. Examining diverse historical and social events, as well as personal experiences, in order to determine possible sequences, relationships, and causes.

U.S. and Missouri Constitution:
Select one: Required
HST103, 103H U.S. History I
PSC102, PSC102H US and Missouri Governments and Constitutions

Economics
Select one: Required
ECO101, 102 Economics

Select one Humanities/Social/Behavioral Science:
Art History ART101, 103, 105, 107
Literature ENG105, 106, 215, 216, 225, 226, 228, 229, 235, 250
Honors Literature ENG215H, 235H, 250H, 255H
French FRN101 or higher
Geography GEO103
German GRM101 or higher
Western Civilization HST201, 202
Other History HST210, 235, 240
Humanities HUM125
Music Literature MSC131, 133, 231, 232
Other Music MSC101
Philosophy PHL101, 102, 201, 202, 202H
International Relations PSC155, 250, 250H
Psychology PSY101, 101H
Sociology SOC101
Spanish SPN101 or higher
Theatre Appreciation SPD120, 120H

IV: Mathematics and Natural Science 36

Objective: Analyzing scientific and mathematical concepts and their uses and impact in the modern world.
CHM111 General Chemistry
MTH180-205 Calculus and Differential Equations
PHY118-224 General Physics 

Associate of Science Institutional Requirements: 

I: Computer Literacy 4

Objective: Demonstrating the use of computer information systems for personal, cultural, intellectual, occupational, or social development. Computer literacy proficiency skills are demonstrated through examination or course completion with a grade of "C" or better. The following course applies as part of the required courses.
PHY223 General Physics I

II: First Year Experience 1-3

Objective: Addressing the issues of proper preparation of first year students in the areas of academic skills, reasonable expectations, and behaviors. This course will also explain how to navigate the processes and procedures of Jefferson College.
COL101 Introduction of College: Student Success
GUD136 Mastering the College Experience

Required Courses 10
CIS155 Introduction to Computer Programming
EGR101 Computer Aided Engineering Design
EGR228 Engineering Mechanics-Statics

Technical Electives 9
CHM112 General Chemistry II
CHM200 Organic Chemistry I
EGR261 Circuit Analysis I
ENG102, ENG102H, or SPD175 Public Speaking
MTH172 Linear Algebra

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 28 August 2012 )
 
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