2020-2021 Catalog 
  
    Sep 20, 2020  
2020-2021 Catalog

Geology & Environmental Science, Science Specialization (AA&S)


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CIP 24.0101
Degree: Associate of Arts & Sciences (AA&S - Transfer) (Science Specialization)
Program Code: 881-01
Program Length: 2 year - 4 Semesters
Minimum Credits: 61
AA&S Transfer Resources - Transfer & Articulation Agreements, Guaranteed Admission Agreements

Program Advisors
Jereial Fletcher 

Phone: 276.964.7224

Semester Total


  • Lecture Hours: 13
  • Lab Hours: 3
  • Course Credits: 14

Semester Total


  • Lecture Hours: 15
  • Lab Hours: 6
  • Course Credits: 16

Third Semester


Semester Total


  • Lecture Hours: 15
  • Lab Hours: 6
  • Course Credits: 14-15

Fourth Semester


Semester Total


  • Lecture Hours: 15
  • Lab Hours: 6
  • Course Credits: 16-17

Total Minimum Credits: 62-63


Science with Lab Electives (1) (3): BIO 101-102, BIO 205, BIO 270, CHM 111-112, CHM 241-242, CHM 260, ENV 121-122, GOL 105-106, GOL 225, PHY, 201-202, or PHY 241-242. If MTH 263-264 has been completed. Caution! Some transfer institutions may not accept online (virtual) laboratory courses. 

Social Science Electives: ECO 201, HIS 101, HIS 102, HIS 121, HIS 121, HIS 122, GEO 200, GEO 210, PLS 211-212, PSY 200, SOC 200

Humanities Electives (1): ART 101, ART 102, CST 100, ENG 241, ENG 242, ENG 243, ENG 244, MUS 121, MUS 122, REL 230

(1) Students must consult with their science faculty advisor, transfer counselor and transfer institution to select the proper courses and electives for their major. 

(2) Math requirement: Minimum of 9 semester hours. Mathematics requirements vary greatly among transfer institutions. Students must consult with their science faculty advisor and/ or transfer institution to select the proper math courses for their major. 

(3) Science with lab requirements varies greatly among majors at transfer institutions. Students must consult with their science faculty advisor and/or transfer institution to select the proper science with lab courses for their major. Some transfer institutions may not accept online (virtual) laboratory courses. 

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