Arts and Sciences Programs

Courses in the Arts and Sciences curricula parallel those offered at universities and are transferable to four-year institutions. Students may complete the first two years of the bachelor’s degree at Triton in the areas listed below.

Students will be audited for graduation against the prescribed associate in arts (AA), the Associate in Arts in Teaching (AAT), the Associate in Science (AS), or the Associate in Fine Arts (AFA) general education requirements. The remaining required semester hours should be completed according to the intended major at a four-year school.

Accounting & Business Administration*

Anthropology

Architecture

Art (AA & AFA degrees)

Biological Sciences*

Chemistry*

Community Studies

Computer Science (Information Systems)*

Computer Science (Technical)

Criminal Justice Administration (AA, AS, & AAS degrees)*

Economics*

Education: Early Childhood, Elementary, Secondary and Special Education

Early Childhood Education (AAT)

Secondary Mathematics (AAT)

Secondary Science (AAT)

Special Education (AAT)

English and Rhetoric

Foreign Languages

Geography

Geology

Global Studies

Health, Sport & Exercise Science

History

Intercultural Studies

International Business

Mass Communication - Multimedia*

Mathematics*

Music (AA & AFA degrees)

Music Technology

Philosophy and Logic

Physics*

Pre-Profession

*IAI baccalaureate majors

Notes for this section:

# Prerequisites/Corequisites: See the course description section of this catalog to ensure course prerequisites or corequisites are met prior to enrolling in courses. Students may petition for waiver of course prerequisites/corequisites if they believe they have comparable experience or completed course work with similar content. Counselors can assist in this process.

◊ See Articulated Courses for additional information.

Degree graduation requirements: In addition to fulfilling general education and program requirements, students must maintain a minimum grade-point average, meet public-law and residency requirements and complete proper filing procedures to graduate. For information, see degree graduation requirements in the "Degrees and Certificates" section of this catalog and the general education requirements for the Associate in Applied Science degree at the beginning of the "Applied Science Programs" section. Also see your counselor for assistance.

Additional certificate requirements: In addition to fulfilling certificate program requirements, students must maintain a minimum grade-point average, meet residency requirements and complete proper filing procedures to receive their diplomas. For information, see certificate graduation requirements in the "Degrees and Certificates" section of this catalog. Also see your counselor for assistance.