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2019-2020


Associate in General Education A10300 Associate in General Education (10300) CIP 24.0199

Last updated on July 10, 2019, 10:22 a.m.

The symbol denotes a core course that may not be substituted.


First Year Fall:

Take the following courses.


Take one of the following academic related courses.


Take three semester hour credits from the following social/behavioral science courses.

ANT-210 General Anthropology
3.00
ANT-220 Cultural Anthropology
3.00
ANT-230 Physical Anthropology
3.00
ANT-230A Physical Anthropology Lab
1.00
ANT-240 Archaeology
3.00
ANT-240A Archaeology Field Lab
2.00
ECO-151 Survey of Economics
3.00
ECO-251 Principles of Microeconomics
3.00
ECO-252 Principles of Macroeconomics
3.00
GEO-111 World Regional Geography
3.00
GEO-112 Cultural Geography
3.00
GEO-130 General Physical Geography
3.00
HIS-111 World Civilizations I
3.00
HIS-112 World Civilizations II
3.00
HIS-122 Western Civilization II
3.00
HIS-131 American History I
3.00
HIS-132 American History II
3.00
HIS-162 Women and History
3.00
HIS-163 The World Since 1945
3.00
HIS-221 African-American History
3.00
HIS-226 The Civil War
3.00
HIS-236 North Carolina History
3.00
POL-120 American Government
3.00
POL-130 State & Local Government
3.00
POL-220 International Relations
3.00
PSY-110 Life Span Development
3.00
PSY-118 Interpersonal Psychology
3.00
PSY-150 General Psychology
3.00
PSY-211 Psychology of Adjustment
3.00
PSY-237 Social Psychology
3.00
PSY-239 Psychology of Personality
3.00
PSY-241 Developmental Psychology
3.00
PSY-243 Child Psychology
3.00
PSY-246 Adolescent Psychology
3.00
PSY-249 Psychology of Aging
3.00
PSY-259 Human Sexuality
3.00
PSY-263 Educational Psychology
3.00
PSY-275 Health Psychology
3.00
PSY-281 Abnormal Psychology
3.00
SOC-210 Introduction to Sociology
3.00
SOC-213 Sociology of the Family
3.00
SOC-220 Social Problems
3.00
SOC-230 Race and Ethnic Relations
3.00
SOC-234 Sociology of Gender
3.00
SOC-240 Social Psychology
3.00
SOC-242 Sociology of Deviance
3.00
SOC-250 Sociology of Religion
3.00

Take six semester hour credits from the Other Required Hours list located at the end of this program.

Credits: 13


First Year Spring:

Take three semester hour credits from the following communication courses.


Take 3 semester hour credits from the following humanities/fine arts courses.

ART-111 Art Appreciation
3.00
ART-114 Art History Survey I
3.00
ART-115 Art History Survey II
3.00
ART-117 Non-Western Art History
3.00
ART-118 Art by Women
3.00
ART-121 Two-Dimensional Design
3.00
ART-131 Drawing I
3.00
ART-132 Drawing II
3.00
ART-171 Computer Art I
3.00
ART-240 Painting I
3.00
ART-241 Painting II
3.00
ART-244 Watercolor
3.00
ART-261 Photography I
3.00
ART-262 Photography II
3.00
ART-266 Videography I
3.00
ART-281 Sculpture I
3.00
ART-283 Ceramics I
3.00
ART-288 Studio
3.00
COM-140 Introduction to Intercultural Communication
3.00
DRA-111 Theatre Appreciation
3.00
DRA-126 Storytelling
3.00
DRA-130 Acting I
3.00
ENG-125 Creative Writing I
3.00
ENG-131 Introduction to Literature
3.00
ENG-231 American Literature I
3.00
ENG-232 American Literature II
3.00
ENG-241 British Literature I
3.00
ENG-242 British Literature II
3.00
ENG-261 World Literature I
3.00
ENG-262 World Literature II
3.00
ENG-272 Southern Literature
3.00
ENG-273 African-American Literature
3.00
ENG-274 Literature by Women
3.00
HUM-110 Technology and Society
3.00
HUM-115 Critical Thinking
3.00
HUM-120 Cultural Studies
3.00
HUM-121 The Nature of America
3.00
HUM-122 Southern Culture
3.00
HUM-130 Myth in Human Culture
3.00
HUM-160 Introduction to Film
3.00
HUM-170 The Holocaust
3.00
HUM-212 Humanities II
3.00
MUS-110 Music Appreciation
3.00
MUS-112 Introduction to Jazz
3.00
MUS-210 History of Rock Music
3.00
PHI-210 History of Philosophy
3.00
PHI-221 Western Philosophy II
3.00
PHI-230 Introduction to Logic
3.00
PHI-240 Introduction to Ethics
3.00
REL-110 World Religions
3.00
REL-211 Introduction to Old Testament
3.00
REL-212 Introduction to New Testament
3.00

Take 3-4 semester hour credits from the following natural sciences/math courses. If CHM-131 is selected, the accompany lab CHM 131A must also be taken. Beginning Fall 2018, CHM 151 will have a co-requisite of MAT 171. If you select CHM 151 as your Natural Sciences/Math course, you must also have credit for or take concurrently MAT 171.


Take six semester hour credits from the OTHER REQUIRED HOURS course list located at the end of this program.

Credits: 15-16


First Year Summer:

Take six semester hour credits from the OTHER REQUIRED HOURS course list located at the end of this program.

Credits: 6


Second Year Fall:

Take 15 semester hour credits from the OTHER REQUIRED HOURS course list located at the end of this program.

Credits: 15


Second Year Spring:

Take 15 semester hour credits from the OTHER REQUIRED HOURS course list located at the end of this program.

Credits: 15


OTHER REQUIRED HOURS:

48 semester hour credits must be taken from the additional other required hours courses. Additional other required hours include additional general education and associate degree level courses. Courses must be at the 110-199 or 210-299 level. A maximum of 7 semester hour credits in health, physical education, college orientation, and/or study skills may be included. These other required hour courses can be selected from any of the preceding courses not chosen for the general education requirement plus any of the 110-199 or 210-299 level courses with the following prefixes: ACA, ACC, AHR, ALT, ANT, ARC, ART, AST, ATR, AUT, BAF, BIO, BPR, BTC, BUS, CCT, CHM, CIS, CIV, CJC, CMT, COM, COS, CSC, CST, CTI, CTS, DBA, DDF, DFT, DRA, ECM, ECO, EDU, EGR, EHS, ELC, ELN, EMS, ENG, EPT, ETR, FIP, FRE, GEO, GIS, GRD, HEA, HIS, HSE, HUM, HYD, INS, INT, ISC, LDD, MAC, MAT, MEC, MED, MKT, MSM, MUS, NET, NOS, NUR, OMT, OST, OTA, PED, PHI, PHY, POL, PSY, PTA, RAD, REF, REL, SEC, SOC, SPA, SST, TRN, WEB, WLD.

Note:

WBL 110 may also be selected as part of the Additional Other Required Hours.


Total Credits To Complete
64-66