Pre-Profession

Curriculum SCI.PPO.AS (U230A30)

Pre-professional studies include programs in the health sciences (nutrition, dietetics, physical therapy, occupational therapy, nursing, physician assistant), pre-veterinary medicine, pre-pharmacy, pre-dentistry, pre-medicine, pre-optometry and pre-chiropractic. Students typically begin a pre-professional program when ready to take RHT 101◊, MAT 111◊, MAT 131◊, and with the equivalent of at least one unit of high school Biology and one unit of high school Chemistry. To facilitate the transfer of credits to the professional school, the student should contact the school and counselor to help coordinate his/her course selection at Triton.

Last Update Effective: 8/21/16

Semester One

Credit Hours

#

BIS 150

Principles of Biology I

4

#

CHM 140

General Chemistry I

5

#

RHT 101

Freshman Rhetoric and Composition I

3

 

 

General education/Social and Behavioral Science1

3

 

 

 

15

Semester Two

#

BIS 151

Principles of Biology II

4

#

CHM 141

General Chemistry II

5

#

MAT 131

Calculus & Analytic Geometry I1

5

#

RHT 101

Freshman Rhetoric and Composition I

3

 

 

 

17

Semester Three

#

MAT 170

Elementary Statistics

4

#

SPE 101

Principles of Effective Speaking

3

 

 

General education/Fine Arts

3

 

 

General education/Physical Science

5

 

 

 

15

Semester Four

 

 

General education/Humanities

3

 

 

General education/Physical and Life Science

10

 

 

General education/Social and Behavioral Science1

3

 

 

 

16

(Optional) Semester Five or Summer Semester

 

 

Science elective

5

Recommended Science Electives:

#

CHM 234

Organic Chemistry I

5

#

CHM 235

Organic Chemistry II

5

#

PHY 101

General Physics (Mechanics, Heat & Sound)

5

#

PHY 102

General Physics (Electricity, Magnetism, Optics & Modern Physics)

5

Recommended Courses:

 

BIS 101

Human Biology

4

#

BIS 222

Principles of Microbiology

4

#

BIS 240

Human Anatomy & Physiology I

4

#

BIS 241

Human Anatomy & Physiology II

4

(Select courses that meet the BS requirements of your transfer school.)

General education requirements: AS degree

37-41

Pre-profession courses or other electives for AS degree

19-23

1General education/Social and Behavioral Science recommend taking SOC 100◊ and PSY 100◊.

One course from Social/Behavior Science, Humanities or Fine Arts needs to meet the human diversity requirement. The courses meeting this requirement have an * in the general education lists.

Note: All program required courses require an earned grade of ‘C’ or higher, in order to pass onto the next course in the program sequence.

This is a generic outline of courses for this program of study. Requirements may vary based on undergraduate major and/or chosen transfer school. Students generally choose a major with a strong science foundation. Meet with the curriculum counselor for specific transfer school recommendations.

The following specialized programs can be started at Triton College and then completed at a four-year college.

Students should meet the general education requirements and recommended course work for Triton and then plan the remainder of their courses according to the four-year college requirements.

Pre-Dentistry

Curriculum SCI.DNT.AS

To be admitted to a college of dentistry, a student should have a minimum of two years of work in liberal arts. Course selections should include strong emphasis in Chemistry, Physics and Biology. The Dental Aptitude Test usually is required of an applicant for admission to dental school.

Last Update Effective: 8/21/16

Semester One

Credit Hours

#

BIS 150

Principles of Biology I

4

#

CHM 140

General Chemistry I

5

#

RHT 101

Freshman Rhetoric and Composition I

3

 

 

General education/Social and Behavioral Science2

3

 

 

 

15

Semester Two

#

BIS 151

Principles of Biology II

4

#

CHM 141

General Chemistry II

5

#

MAT 131

Calculus & Analytic Geometry I

5

#

RHT 102

Freshman Rhetoric and Composition II

3

 

 

 

17

Semester Three

#

MAT 170

Elementary Statistics

4

#

SPE 101

Principles of Effective Speaking

3

 

 

General education/Fine Arts2

3

 

 

Science Electives

5

 

 

 

15

Semester Four

 

 

General education/Humanities2

3

 

 

General education/Social and Behavioral Science2

3

 

 

Science Electives

10

 

 

 

16

(Optional) Semester Five or Summer Semester

 

 

Science elective

5

Recommended Science Electives1:

 

BIS 101

Human Biology

4

#

BIS 222

Principles of Microbiology

4

#

BIS 240

Human Anatomy & Physiology I

4

#

BIS 241

Human Anatomy & Physiology II

4

#

CHM 132

Elementary Organic Chemistry

5

#

CHM 234

Organic Chemistry I1

5

#

CHM 235

Organic Chemistry II1

5

#

PHY 101

General Physics (Mechanics, Heat & Sound)

5

#

PHY 102

General Physics (Electricity, Magnetism, Optics & Modern Physics)

5

(Select courses that meet the BS requirements of your transfer school.)

General education requirements: AS degree

37-41

Pre-profession courses or other electives for AS degree

19-23

1Science electives are generally prerequisites for admission for most programs. Recommend taking as a sequence, e.g. CHM 234◊/CHM 235◊.

2Social/Behavior Science courses need to be chosen from two different disciplines. One course from Social/Behavior Science, Humanities or Fine Arts needs to meet the human diversity requirement. The courses meeting this requirement have an * in the general education lists.

Note: All program required courses require an earned grade of ‘C’ or higher, in order to pass onto the next course in the program sequence.

This is a generic outline of courses for this program of study. Requirements may vary based on undergraduate major and/or chosen transfer school. Students generally choose a major with a strong science foundation. Meet with the curriculum counselor for specific transfer school recommendations.

Chairperson: Gabriel Guzman, Ext. 3312

Pre-Engineering

Curriculum SCI.EGR.AS

Engineers use analytical and technical tools to provide creative yet economic solutions to problems. Degreed engineers have been consistently in demand, commanding the highest starting salaries among college graduates.

Students should note that four-year colleges and universities vary in specific course and transfer requirements. Therefore, it is important that in selecting Triton courses, students should consult a Triton counselor, as well as the catalog and/or admissions advisor at the senior institution to which transfer is intended.

Last Update Effective: 8/21/16

Semester One

Credit Hours

#

CHM 140

General Chemistry I

5

#

MAT 131

Calculus & Analytic Geometry

5

#

RHT 101

Freshman Rhetoric and Composition I

3

 

 

General education/Social and Behavioral Science1

3

 

 

 

16

Semester Two

 

#

MAT 133

Calculus & Analytic Geometry II

5

#

RHT 102

Freshman Rhetoric and Composition II

3

 

 

General education/Humanities1

3

 

 

General education/Life Science

4

 

 

 

15

Semester Three

 

#

CIS 195

Programming for Engineers

3

#

MAT 235

Calculus & Analytic Geometry III

5

#

PHY 106

General Physics (Mechanics)

4

#

SPE 101

Principles of Effective Speaking

3

 

 

 

15

Semester Four

 

#

MAT 341

Differential Equations

3

#

PHY 107

General Physics (Electricity, Magnetism, Thermodynamics)

4

 

 

General education/Fine Arts1

3

 

 

General education/Social and Behavioral Science1

3

 

 

 

15

(Optional) Semester Five or Summer Semester

 

#

PHY 108

General Physics (Waves, Optics, Relativity & Quantum Mechanics)

4

(Select courses that meet the BS requirements of your transfer school.)

General education requirements: AS degree

37-41

Pre-profession courses or other electives for AS degree

19-23

1Social/Behavior Science courses need to be chosen from two different disciplines. One course from Social/Behavior Science, Humanities or Fine Arts needs to meet the human diversity requirement. The courses meeting this requirement have an * in the general education lists.

Note: All program required courses require an earned grade of ‘C’ or higher, in order to pass onto the next course in the program sequence.

This is a generic outline of courses for this program of study. Requirements may vary based on undergraduate major and/or chosen transfer school. Students generally choose a major with a strong science foundation. Meet with the curriculum counselor for specific transfer school recommendations.

Chairperson: Gabriel Guzman, Ext. 3312

Pre-Medicine

Curriculum SCI.MED.AS

Students desiring admission to a college of medicine should have a Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts degree or at least 90 semester hours of college work and be eligible for full senior status in college. Their chosen courses should have emphasis in Biology, Chemistry and Physics. The medical college admissions test is required by most medical schools.

Last Update Effective: 8/21/16

Semester One

Credit Hours

#

BIS 150

Principles of Biology I

4

#

CHM 140

General Chemistry I

5

#

RHT 101

Freshman Rhetoric and Composition I

3

 

 

General education/Social and Behavioral Science23

3

 

 

 

15

Semester Two

 

#

BIS 151

Principles of Biology II

4

#

CHM 141

General Chemistry II

5

#

MAT 131

Calculus & Analytic Geometry

5

#

RHT 102

Freshman Rhetoric and Composition II

3

 

 

 

17

Semester Three

 

#

MAT 170

Elementary Statistics

4

#

SPE 101

Principles of Effective Speaking

3

 

 

General education/Fine Arts

3

 

 

Science Electives

5

 

 

 

15

Semester Four

 

 

 

General education/Humanities

3

 

 

General education/Social and Behavioral Science23

3

 

 

Science Electives

10

 

 

 

16

(Optional) Semester Five or Summer Semester

 

 

 

Science Electives

5

Recommended Science Electives1:

 

BIS 101

Human Biology

4

#

BIS 222

Principles of Microbiology

4

#

BIS 240

Human Anatomy & Physiology I

4

#

BIS 241

Human Anatomy & Physiology II

4

#

CHM 234

Organic Chemistry I

5

#

CHM 235

Organic Chemistry II

5

#

PHY 101

General Physics (Mechanics, Heat & Sound)

5

#

PHY 102

General Physics (Electricity, Magnetism, Optics & Modern Physics)

5

(Select courses that meet the BS requirements of your transfer school.)

General education requirements: AS degree

37-41

Pre-profession courses or other electives for AS degree

19-23

1Science electives are generally prerequisites for admission for most programs. Recommend taking as a sequence, e.g. CHM 234◊/CHM 235◊.

2Social/Behavior Science courses need to be chosen from two different disciplines. One course from Social/Behavior Science, Humanities or Fine Arts needs to meet the human diversity requirement. The courses meeting this requirement have an (*) in the general education lists.

3General education/Social and Behavioral Science recommend taking SOC 100◊ and PSY 100◊.

Note: All program required courses require an earned grade of ‘C’ or higher, in order to pass onto the next course in the program sequence.

This is a generic outline of courses for this program of study. Requirements may vary based on undergraduate major and/or chosen transfer school. Students generally choose a major with a strong science foundation. Meet with the curriculum counselor for specific transfer school recommendations.

Chairperson: Gabriel Guzman, Ext. 3312

Pre-Nursing

Curriculum SCI.NUR.AS

A student who plans to get a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Nursing may take the first and/or second years of work in Liberal Arts and should be careful especially in selecting Science courses. This is meant for non-Triton majoring nursing students seeking admission to another 4 year institution nursing program.

Last Update Effective: 8/21/16

Semester One

Credit Hours

#

CHM 140

General Chemistry I

5

#

MAT 101

Quantitative Literacy or

 

#

MAT 102

Liberal Arts Mathematics

3

#

RHT 101

Freshman Rhetoric and Composition I

3

 

PSY 100

Introduction to Psychology

3

 

 

 

14

Semester Two

 

 

BIS 101

Human Biology

4

#

EDU 206

Human Growth and Development

3

#

RHT 102

Freshman Rhetoric and Composition II

3

#

SPE 101

Principles of Effective Speaking

3

 

 

Nursing Electives

2-3

 

 

 

15-16

Semester Three

 

#

BIS 240

Human Anatomy & Physiology

4

#

MAT 170

Elementary Statistics

4

 

 

General education/Humanities

3

 

 

Nursing Electives

5-6

 

 

 

16-17

Semester Four

 

#

BIS 222

Principles of Microbiology

4

#

BIS 241

Human Anatomy & Physiology II

4

 

 

General education/Fine Arts

3

 

 

General education/Social and Behavioral Science4

3

 

 

Nursing Electives

2-3

 

 

 

16-17

Recommended Electives:

#

CHM 132

Elementary Organic Chemistry1 or

 

#

CHM 141

General Chemistry II2

5

 

HTH 120

Nutrition Science1

3

 

HTH 281

First Aid & CPR3

2

#

MAT 110

College Algebra1

5

 

PHL 103

Ethics1

3

(Select courses that meet the BS requirements of your transfer school.)

General education requirements: AS degree

37-41

Pre-profession courses or other electives for AS degree

19-23

1Required by some schools.

2Some schools require (CHM 110◊ or CHM 140◊ and MAT 110◊ prerequisite).

3Certification is required for many clinicals.

4Social/Behavior Science needs to be outside of Psychology. One course from Social/Behavior Science, Humanities or Fine Arts needs to meet the human diversity requirement. The courses meeting this requirement have an (*) in the general education lists.

Note: All program required courses require an earned grade of ‘C’ or higher, in order to pass onto the next course in the program sequence.

This is a generic outline of courses for this program of study. Requirements may vary based on undergraduate major and/or chosen transfer school. Students generally choose a major with a strong science foundation. Meet with the curriculum counselor for specific transfer school recommendations.

Chairperson: Gabriel Guzman, Ext. 3312

Pre-Nutrition/Dietetics

Curriculum SCI.NTR.AS

Students interested in being a nutritionist or dietician must complete a bachelor's degree in nutrition or dietetics within a CADE-accredited supervised practice program and must successfully pass the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR) examination. Students can take this associate degree and then transfer to a university to complete their degree in dietetics or nutrition.

Students should note that four-year colleges and universities vary in specific course and transfer requirements. Therefore, it is important that in selecting Triton courses, students should consult a Triton counselor, as well as the catalog and/or admissions advisor at the senior institution to which transfer is intended.

Last Update Effective: 1/20/14

General Education Requirements:

#

BIS 150

Principles of Biology I

4

#

CHM 140

General Chemistry I

5

#

MAT 124

Finite Mathematics

3

#

MAT 170

Elementary Statistics

4

 

PHL 101

Introduction to Philosophy

3

 

PHL 105

World Religions

3

 

PSY 100

Introduction to Psychology

3

 

SOC 100

Introduction to Sociology

3

#

RHT 101

Freshman Rhetoric & Composition I

3

#

RHT 102

Freshman Rhetoric & Composition II

3

#

SPE 101

Principles of Effective Speaking

3

Program Requirements:

#

BIS 222

Principles of Microbiology

4

#

BIS 240

Human Anatomy & Physiology I

4

#

BIS 241

Human Anatomy & Physiology II

4

#

CHM 141

General Chemistry II

5

 

HTH 120

Nutrition Science

3

 

 

Program electives

3

Optional fifth semester or summer school:

#

CHM 234

Organic Chemistry I

5

 

 

Program electives

3

 

 

 

 

Program electives (select one):

 

BUS 200

Introduction to Human Resource Management

3

#

CHM 132

Elementary Organic Chemistry

5

 

HTH 202

Culture and Food

3

#

PSY 207

Health Psychology

3

(Select courses that meet the BS requirements of your transfer school.)

General education requirements: AS degree

37-41

Pre-profession courses or other electives for AS degree

19-23

*Choose a Social and Behavioral Science elective that meets the human diversity requirement.

Chairperson: Gabriel Guzman, Ext. 3312

Pre-Occupational Therapy

Curriculum SCI.THR.AS

The first two years of occupational therapy can be taken primarily in liberal arts with some specialization according to the requirements stated in the four-year college catalog.

Last Update Effective: 8/21/16

Semester One

Credit Hours

#

CHM 140

General Chemistry I3

5

#

MAT 131

Calculus & Analytic Geometry

5

 

PSY 100

Introduction to Psychology

3

#

RHT 101

Freshman Rhetoric and Composition I

3

 

 

 

16

Semester Two

 

 

BIS 101

Human Biology

4

#

CHM 132

Elementary Organic Chemistry3 or

 

#

CHM 141

General Chemistry II3

5

#

RHT 102

Freshman Rhetoric and Composition II

3

 

 

General education/Fine Arts

3

 

 

 

15

Semester Three

 

#

BIS 240

Human Anatomy & Physiology I

4

#

MAT 170

Elementary Statistics

4

#

SPE 101

Principles of Effective Speaking

3

 

 

General education/Humanities

3

 

 

Electives

3

 

 

 

17

Semester Four

 

#

BIS 241

Human Anatomy & Physiology II

4

#

PHY 101

General Physics (Mechanics, Heat & Sound)

5

 

 

General education/Social and Behavioral Science12

3

 

 

Electives

3-5

 

 

 

15-17

Recommended Electives:

 

#

EDU 206

Human Growth and Development

3

#

PHY 102

General Physics (Electricity, Magnetism, Optics & Modern Physics)

5

#

PSY 238

Abnormal Psychology

3

(Select courses that meet the BS requirements of your transfer school.)

General education requirements: AS degree

37-41

Pre-profession courses or other electives for AS degree

19-23

1Social/Behavior Science courses need to be chosen from two different disciplines. One course from Social/Behavior Science, Humanities or Fine Arts needs to meet the human diversity requirement. The courses meeting this requirement have an (*) in the general education lists.

2SOC 100◊ or ANT 103◊ are Social and Behavioral Science recommended electives.

3Chemistry requirement varies by transfer school.

Note: All program required courses require an earned grade of ‘C’ or higher, in order to pass onto the next course in the program sequence.

This is a generic outline of courses for this program of study. Requirements may vary based on undergraduate major and/or chosen transfer school. Students generally choose a major with a strong science foundation. Meet with the curriculum counselor for specific transfer school recommendations.

Chairperson: Gabriel Guzman, Ext. 3312

Pre-Optometry

Curriculum SCI.OPT.AS

Admittance to a college of optometry requires a minimum of 60 semester hours and a minimum GPA of 2.50 for all college courses attempted.

These courses should emphasize Biology, Chemistry and Mathematics. Automatic admission is not implied by the attainment of the minimum requirements set forth in the program.

Curriculum SCI.MED.AS

Students desiring admission to a college of medicine should have a Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts degree or at least 90 semester hours of college work and be eligible for full senior status in college. Their chosen courses should have emphasis in Biology, Chemistry and Physics. The medical college admissions test is required by most medical schools.

Last Update Effective: 8/21/16

Semester One

Credit Hours

#

BIS 150

Principles of Biology I

4

#

CHM 140

General Chemistry I

5

#

RHT 101

Freshman Rhetoric and Composition I

3

 

PSY 100

Introduction to Psychology

3

 

 

 

15

Semester Two

 

#

BIS 151

Principles of Biology II

4

#

CHM 141

General Chemistry II

5

#

MAT 131

Calculus & Analytic Geometry

5

#

RHT 102

Freshman Rhetoric and Composition II

3

 

 

 

17

Semester Three

 

#

SPE 101

Principles of Effective Speaking

3

 

 

General education/Fine Arts

3

 

 

Science Electives

10

 

 

 

16

Semester Four

 

#

MAT 170

Elementary Statistics

4

 

 

General education/Humanities

3

 

 

General education/Social and Behavioral Science

3

 

 

Science Electives

5

 

 

 

15

Recommended Science Electives3:

 

BIS 101

Human Biology1

4

#

BIS 222

Principles of Microbiology

4

#

BIS 240

Human Anatomy & Physiology I

4

#

BIS 241

Human Anatomy & Physiology II

4

#

CHM 234

Organic Chemistry I

5

#

CHM 235

Organic Chemistry II

5

#

PHY 101

General Physics (Mechanics, Heat & Sound)

5

#

PHY 102

General Physics (Electricity, Magnetism, Optics & Modern Physics)

5

(Select courses that meet the BS requirements of your transfer school.)

General education requirements: AS degree

37-41

Pre-profession courses or other electives for AS degree

19-23

1Prerequisite for BIS 240◊.

2Social/Behavior Science courses need to be chosen from two different disciplines. One course from Social/Behavior Science, Humanities or Fine Arts needs to meet the human diversity requirement. The courses meeting this requirement have an (*) in the general education lists.

3Science electives are generally prerequisites for admission for most programs, recommend taking as a sequence.

Note: All program required courses require an earned grade of ‘C’ or higher, in order to pass onto the next course in the program sequence.

This is a generic outline of courses for this program of study. Requirements may vary based on undergraduate major and/or chosen transfer school. Students generally choose a major with a strong science foundation. Meet with the curriculum counselor for specific transfer school recommendations.

Chairperson: Gabriel Guzman, Ext. 3312

Pre-Pharmacy

Curriculum SCI.PHR.AS

One year of this curriculum may be taken in liberal arts and the next four years in a College of Pharmacy. Chemistry and Mathematics courses should be included in chosen courses.

Last Update Effective: 8/21/16

Semester One

Credit Hours

#

BIS 150

Principles of Biology I

4

#

CHM 140

General Chemistry I

5

#

RHT 101

Freshman Rhetoric and Composition I

3

 

 

General education/Humanities3

3

 

 

 

15

Semester Two

 

#

BIS 151

Principles of Biology II

4

#

CHM 141

General Chemistry II

5

#

MAT 131

Calculus & Analytic Geometry

5

#

RHT 102

Freshman Rhetoric and Composition II

3

 

 

 

17

Semester Three

 

 

BIS 101

Human Biology1

4

#

CHM 234

Organic Chemistry I

5

#

SPE 101

Principles of Effective Speaking

3

 

 

General education/Fine Arts3

3

 

 

 

15

Semester Four

 

#

CHM 235

Organic Chemistry II

5

#

MAT 170

Elementary Statistics

4

 

 

General education/Humanities3

3

 

 

General education/Social and Behavioral Science3

3

 

 

 

15

Recommended Courses (required for pharmacy school application):

#

BIS 222

Principles of Microbiology

4

#

BIS 240

Human Anatomy & Physiology I

4

#

BIS 241

Human Anatomy & Physiology II

4

#

PHY 101

General Physics (Mechanics, Heat & Sound)

5

#

PHY 102

General Physics (Electricity, Magnetism, Optics & Modern Physics)2

5

(Select courses that meet the BS requirements of your transfer school.)

General education requirements: AS degree

37-41

Pre-profession courses or other electives for AS degree

19-23

1Prerequisite for BIS 240◊.

2Required by most programs.

3Social/Behavior Science courses need to be chosen from two different disciplines. One course from Social/Behavior Science, Humanities or Fine Arts needs to meet the human diversity requirement. The courses meeting this requirement have an (*) in the general education lists. PSY 100◊ or SOC 100◊ is recommended for the Social and Behavioral Science requirement.

Note: All program required courses require an earned grade of ‘C’ or higher, in order to pass onto the next course in the program sequence.

This is a generic outline of courses for this program of study. Requirements may vary based on undergraduate major and/or chosen transfer school. Students generally choose a major with a strong science foundation. Meet with the curriculum counselor for specific transfer school recommendations.

Chairperson: Gabriel Guzman, Ext. 3312

Pre-Veterinary

Curriculum SCI.VET.AS

A student usually should present 60 semester hours of acceptable college credit to be admitted to a College of Veterinary Medicine. These courses may be taken in liberal arts and should include emphasis in Chemistry, Biology and Physics.

Last Update Effective: 8/21/16

Semester One

Credit Hours

#

BIS 150

Principles of Biology I

4

#

CHM 140

General Chemistry I

5

#

RHT 101

Freshman Rhetoric and Composition I

3

 

 

General education/Social and Behavioral Science2

3

 

 

 

15

Semester Two

 

#

BIS 151

Principles of Biology II

4

#

CHM 141

General Chemistry II

5

#

MAT 131

Calculus & Analytic Geometry

5

#

RHT 102

Freshman Rhetoric and Composition II

3

 

 

 

17

Semester Three

 

 

BIS 101

Human Biology1

4

#

MAT 170

Elementary Statistics

4

#

SPE 101

Principles of Effective Speaking

3

 

 

General education/Fine Arts2

3

 

 

Science Electives

5

 

 

 

15

Semester Four

 

 

 

General education/Humanities2

3

 

 

General education/Social and Behavioral Science2

3

 

 

Science Electives

10

 

 

 

16

 

(Optional)Semester Five or Summer Semester

Science Electives1:(four to five semester credits)

#

BIS 222

Principles of Microbiology

4

#

CHM 234

Organic Chemistry I

5

#

CHM 235

Organic Chemistry II

5

#

PHY 101

General Physics (Mechanics, Heat & Sound)

5

#

PHY 102

General Physics (Electricity, Magnetism, Optics & Modern Physics)2

5

(Select courses that meet the BS requirements of your transfer school.)

General education requirements: AS degree

37-41

Pre-profession courses or other electives for AS degree

19-23

1Science electives are generally prerequisites for admission for most programs, recommend taking as a sequence.

2Social/Behavior Science courses need to be chosen from two different disciplines. One course from Social/Behavior Science, Humanities or Fine Arts needs to meet the human diversity requirement. The courses meeting this requirement have an (*) in the general education lists. PSY 100◊ or SOC 100◊ is recommended for the Social and Behavioral Science requirement.

Note: All program required courses require an earned grade of ‘C’ or higher, in order to pass onto the next course in the program sequence.

This is a generic outline of courses for this program of study. Requirements may vary based on undergraduate major and/or chosen transfer school. Students generally choose a major with a strong science foundation. Meet with the curriculum counselor for specific transfer school recommendations.

Chairperson: Gabriel Guzman, Ext. 3312