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Requirements for Associate Programs

Associate of Arts (AA)
Associate of Science (AS) 
Associate of Fine Arts (AFA)
Associate of Pre-Engineering Degree (APE)
Associate of Science Business (ASB)
Associate of Science Nursing (ASN)
Associates of Arts in Outdoor Leadership and Entrepreneurship
Associates of Science in Outdoor Leadership and Entrepreneurship

 


 

Associate of Arts (AA)

 

Program Webpage: www.snow.edu/ge 
Catalog Page: www.snow.edu/catalog/general_education 

Program Description & Outcomes:

For a description of this program and its outcomes, click here.

Program Requirements:

General Education Requirements (35):

  • Foundations (FND) (3)
  • American Institutions (AI) (3)*
  • Expository Writing (E1) (3)*
  • Intermediate Writing (E2) (3)*
  • Quantitative Literacy (MA) (3)*
  • Fine Arts (FA) (3)
  • Foreign Language (FL) (4)
  • Humanities (HU) (3)
  • Natural Science (7)
    (Complete 7 credits from the following. You must have at least 3 credits of LS and 3 credits of PS.)
    • Life Science (LS) (3)
    • Physical Science (PS) (3)
    • Natural Science Lab (LB) (1)
  • Social and Behavior Science (SS) (3)

Electives:

Complete enough credits to satisfy the 60 credit degree requirement.

Required Credits: 60

Notes:

*Must be passed at a C- or higher.

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Associate of Science (AS)

Program Webpage: www.snow.edu/ge
Catalog Page: www.snow.edu/catalog/general_education

 

Program Description & Outcomes:  

For a description of this program and its outcomes, click here.

Program Requirements:

General Education Requirements (34):

  • Foundations (FND) (3)
  • American Institutions (AI) (3)*
  • Expository Writing (E1) (3)*
  • Intermediate Writing (E2) (3)*
  • Quantitative Literacy (MA) (3)*
  • Fine Arts (FA) (3)
  • Humanities (HU) (3)
  • Integrated Exploration (IE) (3)
  • Natural Science Requirement (7)
    (Complete 7 credits from the following. You must have at least 3 credits of LS and 3 credits of PS.)
    • Life Science (LS) (3)
    • Physical Science (PS) (3)
    • Natural Science Lab (LB) (1)
  • Social and Behavior Science (SS) (3)

Electives:

Earn enough credits to satisfy the 60 credit degree requirement. 

Required Credits: 60

Notes:

*Must be passed at a C- or higher.

Related Programs:

 


 

Associate of Fine Arts (AFA)

Department: Visual Art

Program Contact: Brad Taggart
Phone: (435)283-7417
Email: brad.taggart@snow.edu

Department's Webpage: www.snow.edu/art 
Department's Catalog Page: www.snow.edu/catalog/dept_art.html 

Program Description & Outcomes:  

Program Description: For majors, the Associate of Fine Arts in Visual Studies is a unique interdisciplinary studio arts degree. The AFA degree provides students with fundamental competencies in artistic practice, critical thinking, and creative problem solving. These core themes are applied to material, process, historical context, concept, and critical theory. The program utilizes innovative practices and technologies in the visual arts and creative industry while fostering professional networks and engaging in dialog with communities on a global level. Students, in collaboration with faculty, design a curricular emphasis specific to their professional career goals. The entrepreneurial and professional practices component of this degree prepares students for success at every level. Students completing this competitive and demanding AFA program will leave with a keenly developed sensibility and skill set, and are prepared to successfully transfer to a senior institution and engage with an evolving creative industry.

Students completing the AFA degree should be able to demonstrate the following Student Learning Outcomes:

  • PRINCIPLES OF CONCEPT: Demonstrate an integration of conceptual principles 
  • MATERIAL PROFICIENCY: Demonstrate a proficiency in materials and techniques 
  • HISTORICAL CONTEXT: Demonstrate fluency in historical content and context 
  • CRITICAL THEORY: Demonstrate the ability to critically analyze a work of art 
  • CREATIVE PROCESS: Demonstrate the application of the creative process 

Program Requirements:

Visual Arts Foundation (18):

These courses that should be taken Fall and Spring semesters of the freshman year.

  • ART 1100 Visual Culture (3)
  • ART 1110 Drawing I (3)
  • ART 1120 2D Surface (3)
  • ART 1130 3D Space (3)
  • ART 1140 4D Time (3)
  • ART 1150 Photo I (3)

Foundations Review (Co-curricular Requirement):

Conducted at the end of the foundation year (Pass/Fail)

Art History Core (6):

This two-course series should be taken Fall and Spring of the sophomore year.

  • ARTH 2710 Art History Survey I (3)
  • ARTH 2720 Art History Survey II (3)

Art Electives (21):

Note: Faculty advisement is recommended with studio electives to ensure articulation of credit, discipline relevance, and assurance of semester taught.

  • ART 1001 Summer Snow Workshops (1)
  • ART 1500 Silver & Alternative Photo (3)
  • ART 1600 Intro to Jewelry/Small Metals (3)
  • ART 2110 Experimental Drawing (3)
  • ART 2190 Figure Studio (1)
  • ART 2200 Beginning Oil Painting (3)
  • ART 2230 Relief Printmaking (3)
  • ART 2240 Intaglio Printmaking (3)
  • ART 2300 Introduction to Painting (3)
  • ART 2400 Introduction to Graphic Design (3)
  • ART 2410 Introduction to Animation (3)
  • ART 2420 Experimental Animation (3)
  • ART 2510 Photo: Portraits & Selfies (3)
  • ART 2520 Photo: Landscape & Place (3)
  • ART 2600 Sculpture I (3)
  • ART 2630 Mixed Media: Collage & Assemblage (3)
  • ART 2650 Ceramics Sculpture (3)
  • ART 2670 Ecorché — The Skeleton (1)
  • ART 2680 Ecorché — The Muscles (1) 
  • ART 2690 Figure Sculpture (3)
  • ART 2950 Experiments in Visual Thinking (3)
  • ART 3100 Figure Drawing (3)

Seminars (7):

  • ART 1200 Art Talks (4) (take a minimum of 4 times.)
  • ART 2000 AFA Capstone Seminar (2)
  • ART 2756 Travel Seminar (1) (one travel experience required)

General Education (27): (Same as AS)

Always check with your advisor prior to registration. Alternative courses exist in many of the GE categories. Consult the official GE worksheet for all options.

  • GNST 1200 Foundations (3)
  • HIST 1700 American Civilization (AI) (3)
  • MATH 1030 Quantitative Literacy (MA) (3)
  • ENGL 1010 Expository Composition (E1) (3)
  • ENGL 2010 Intermediate Research Writing (E2) (3)
  • Fine Arts (FA) Completed in Visual Arts Foundation (3)
  • Humanities (HU) (3)
  • Physical Science (PS) (3)
  • BIOL 2150 Human Dynamics (LS) (3)
  • BIOL 2150 Human Dynamics Lab (1)
  • Social Science (SS) (3)
  • Integrated Exploration (IE) (3)

Solo AFA Thesis Exhibition/Oral Defense, Co-curricular Requirement (Pass/Fail):

Required Credits: 80

Notes:

AFA candidates must pass all studio courses with a grade of a B- or above in order to be counted toward AFA graduation requirements.

Additional Considerations

  • It is highly recommended that students meet with a faculty advisor prior to registration to assure expediency in the curriculum
  • The AFA curriculum is designed to prepare students and promote successful transfer into 120 hour BFA programs and is an option to the 63 credit hour AA or AS (80 credit hour AFA + 40 credits at senior institution = 120 hour BFA)
  • In consultation with a faculty advisor/mentor Studio Elective courses will be selected to create a curricular pathway based on each student’s unique career goals and specific interests
  • AFA and BFA degrees do not require a foreign language or a minor
  • Based on a student’s college preparation, i.e., AP credit, concurrent enrollment, transfer credit, summer course work, and overall college readiness, the AFA can be completed in five semesters
  • The AFA includes two co-curricular degree requirements: 1) Foundations Review (entrance into the program) 2) AFA Thesis Exhibition and Oral Defense
  • AFA candidates must pass all studio courses with a grade of a B- or above in order to be counted toward AFA graduation requirements
  • Always consult the catalog to assure when each course is taught 

 


 

Associate of Pre-Engineering Degree (APE)

Department: Computer Science & Engineering

Program Contact: Garth Sorenson
Phone: (435) 283-7531
Email:  garth.sorenson@snow.edu 

Department’s webpage: www.snow.edu/encs 
Department’s catalog page: www.snow.edu/catalog/dept_encs.html 

Program Description & Outcomes:  

The Associate of Pre-Engineering (APE) degree is offered to students who plan to transfer to a university and pursue a baccalaureate degree in any of the traditional fields of engineering. This degree requires an emphasis of course work in engineering, mathematics, and science; with fewer general education requirements than that required for the associate of science (AS) or the associate of arts (AA) degree. However, it is recommended that a student earn the AS as well as the APE while at Snow College. These additional general education credits can be acquired by transfer of college credit taken while in high school, by taking credits during summer semester, or by transferring credits back to Snow College from the university. The option of taking some general education classes at the upper division level in the university is consistent with Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) standards.

Course work for the APE degree must include the completion of a minimum of 64 semester credit hours as specified below. (At least 21 semester hours must be resident credit earned at Snow College.) Credit may be transferred from any accredited college or university for which course equivalents have been certified. The minimum grade accepted from transfer credit is C- (1.7). A cumulative grade point average of 2.0 must be earned on course work completed at Snow College.

Program Requirements:

Engineering Science (12):

  • CS 1400/1405 Fundamentals of Programming and Lab (4)
  • CS 1410/1415 Object-oriented Programming and Lab (4)
  • CS 2420 Data Structures and Algorithms (3)
  • CS 2450 Introduction to Software Engineering (3)
  • CS 2700 Digital Circuits (3)
  • CS 2810 Computer Organization and Architecture (3)
  • ENGR 1000 Introduction to Engineering (2)
  • ENGR 1300 Engineering Graphics & Design (3)
  • ENGR 1400 Fundamentals of Programming (3)
  • ENGR 1405 Fundamentals of Programming Lab (1)
  • ENGR 1410 Object-oriented Programming (3)
  • ENGR 1415 Object-oriented Programming Lab (1)
  • ENGR 2010 Statics (3)
  • ENGR 2030 Dynamics (3)
  • ENGR 2140 Strength of Materials (3)
  • ENGR 2240 Survey & Global (3)
  • ENGR 2250/2255 Analog Circuits (4)
  • ENGR 2300 Thermodynamics (3)
  • ENGR 2450 Numerical Methods (3)
  • ENGR 2700/2705 Digital Circuits (4)

Mathematics (15):

  • MATH 1210 Calculus I (5)
  • MATH 1220 Calculus II (4)
  • MATH 2210 Calculus III (3)
  • MATH Differential Equations & Linear Algebra (4)
  • MATH 2270 Linear Algebra (3)
  • MATH 2280 Differential Equations (3)

Physical Science (10):

  • PHYS 2210/2215 University Physics I (5)
  • PHYS 2220/2225 University Physics II (5)
  • CHEM 1210/1215 Principles of Chemistry I (5)
  • CHEM 1220/1225 Principles of Chemistry II (5)

English Composition (6):

  • ENGL 1010 Introduction to Writing (3)
  • ENGL 2010 Intermediate Writing (3)

General Education (7):

  • 6 additional credit hours selected from approved general education courses. These can be chosen from: Humanities, Fine Arts, Life Science, Social & Behavioral Sciences, or American Institutions.
  • PE 1096 (1).

Engineering Technical Elective (12):

  • A minimum of 12 credit hours selected from: Life Science, Engineering, Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Geology, or other engineering-related course work approved by the Engineering Department.

Required Credits: 62

Notes:

Additional General Education courses must be taken to earn an Associate of Science Degree.

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Associate of Science Business (ASB)

Department: Business

Program Contact: Stacee McIff 
Phone: (435)283-7566 
Email: stacee.mciff@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: www.snow.edu/business 
Department’s catalog page: www.snow.edu/catalog/dept_bus.html 

Program Description & Outcomes:  

For a description of this program and its outcomes, click here.

Program Requirements:

Core Requirements (33):

  • ACCT 2010 Financial Accounting (3)
  • ACCT 2020+ Managerial Accounting (3)
  • BUS 1010 Introduction to Business (3)
  • BUS 1200 Business Careers Seminar (1)
  • BUS 1700 Professional Business Leadership (1)
  • BUS 2200 Business Communication (3)
  • BUS 2010 Business Computer Proficiency (3)
  • BUS 2050 Business Law (3)
  • ECON 2010+x Principles of Microeconomics (3)
  • ECON 2020+x Principles of Macroeconomics (3)
  • MATH 2040+x Applied Statistics (4)
  • BUS 1270 Strategic Selling (IE) (3)
        or
    BUS 2450 Presentations for Business (3)

General Education Requirements (29):

  • American Institutions (AI) (3)*
  • Expository Writing (E1) (3)*
  • Intermediate Writing (E2) (3)*
  • Fine Arts (FA) (3)
  • Foundations (FND) (3)
  • Humanities (HU) (3)
  • Natural Science (7)
    (Complete 7 credits from the following. You must have at least 3 credits of LS and 3 credits of PS.)
    • Life Science (LS) (3)
    • Physical Science (PS) (3)
    • Natural Science Lab (LB) (1)
  • Quantitative Literacy (MA) (3)*
  • Social and Behavior Science (SS) (3)

Required Credits: 62

Notes:

* Must be passed at a C- or higher.

+ Prerequisites Required.

x Can be counted with GE.

MATH 1100 Applied Calculus may be required for admittance to business bachelor’s degree programs at transfer schools. Please see a transfer school adviser for more information.

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Associate of Science Nursing (ASN)

Department: Allied Health

Program Contact: Melissa Blackner 
Phone: (435)893-2232 
Email: melissa.blackner@snow.edu 

Department’s webpage: www.snow.edu/alliedhealth  

Department’s catalog page: www.snow.edu/catalog/dept_ahna.html  

Program Description & Outcomes:  

The PN to RN program offers the students an Associate of Science in Nursing and eligibility to take the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX-RN). Students will be prepared to go directly into the workforce and/or choose to continue to study towards a higher nursing degree.

The PN to RN program is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing Inc. (ACEN)

Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing
3343 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 850
Atlanta, Georgia 30326
(404) 975-5000
www.acenursing.org 

Classes will be held at Snow College on both the Ephraim and Richfield campuses. Clinical sites are held in surrounding facilities. Registered Nurses are prepared to work in a variety of health care settings.

Outcomes:

Students who complete the Registered Nursing program at Snow College will demonstrate that they:

  • Apply advanced principles from the biological and behavioral sciences and nursing theory to determine nursing actions for individuals and their families in a variety of health care settings.
  • Participate as a member of a nursing team assigned to complete patient assessments, including planning, implementation, and evaluation of nursing care to assist clients of all ages to meet their functional needs.
  • Safely implement evidence-based psychomotor skills within the RN scope of practice.
  • Use effective communication skills with clients, family members, and health team members.
  • Provide health education for individuals, families, and peers within the RN scope of practice.
  • Demonstrate concern for sociocultural and spiritual values when interacting with clients and health team members in a variety of settings.
  • Display responsibility and accountability for his/her nursing care utilizing ethical and legal principles within the RN scope of practice.
  • Select appropriate goals for continued self-growth and vocational mobility to achieve his/her full potential.
  • Display leadership abilities through application of management principles, critical thinking, delegation, and prioritization of care within the RN scope of practice.

Admission Requirements:

Students must apply for admission into this program. Admission into the PN to RN program is on a point system as there is limited space available. Points are primarily based upon GPA, work experience, and references. Current Snow College LPN students have the opportunity to transfer directly into the PN to RN program if all RN qualifications are met.

Admission Procedures 

An application packet can be obtained from the Allied Health department office manager at 435-893-2232 or download a packet at www.snow.edu/alliedhealth.

The application deadline is March 1.

  1. Applications must be submitted to the Allied Health department at Snow College and include:
    • A completed and signed RN application;
    • A $25, non-refundable Nursing Application fee, payable to Snow College;
    • Two letters of recommendation, preferably from previous employers or teachers;
    • Cumulative College GPA of 3.0 or higher;
    • Submit a current, unrestricted Utah State LPN license. Students accepted into the RN program with a pending license have until August 1 to submit a copy of their licensure;
    • Official transcripts from all colleges and/or universities attended to date must be received by the Allied Health department by March 1 of current year;
    • Provide evidence of math competency by one of the following methods:
      1. ACT test results with a minimum math score of 23;
      2. Completion of MATH 1010 with a minimum of a C (2.0) grade.
      3. ALEKS PPL Assessment: Students must score 30 or above in the ALEKS Placement, Preparation and Learning (ALEKS PPL) Assessment. You can find more information regarding ALEKS PPL Assessment at: http://www.snow.edu/academics/science_math/math.aleks/index.htm
  2. Graduate of an ACEN Accredited Practical Nursing program or equivalent program. A minimum grade of B- (2.7) is required in all LPN nursing courses. Students with lower than a B- (2.7) must show at least part-time (24 hrs/week) experience working as an LPN for a minimum of one year. 
  3. Completion of prerequisite courses as outlined below at a C (2.0) grade or higher; any grade below a C (2.0) will not be accepted.

Acceptance into the PN to RN program will be by letter of notification before April 10 of the current year.

Post Admission Requirements

These requirements are to be submitted to the Allied Health department before the first day of the fall semester.

  1. Applicants must have a physical examination by a physician, which indicates that the applicant is free from any physical or emotional condition that would preclude successful participation and completion of the program.
  2. Applications must have proof of current immunizations, which include Varicella (chickenpox), Tdap, MMR, Hepatitis B, Two-step TB test or chest X-ray, and current flu vaccine.
  3. Students must pass a drug screen test as well as a background check.
  4. Students must have a current AHA Healthcare Provider CPR card throughout the RN program.
  5. Students must have a current, unrestricted Utah State LPN license throughout the RN program.
  6. Students must review and agree to adhere to the policies and guidelines outlined in the Snow College Registered Nursing Handbook.

Program Requirements:

Practical Nursing (LPN) Courses (21):

  • NURP 1102 Fundamentals of Nursing (4)**
  • NURP 1103 Pharmacology (3)**
  • NURP 1107 Maternity Nursing (2)**
  • NURP 1109 Professional transition for the Practical Nurse (2)**
  • NURP 1116 Medical-Surgical Nursing Across the Lifespan I (5)**
  • NURP 1117 Medical-Surgical Nursing Across the Lifespan II (2)**
  • NURP 1118 Medical-Surgical Nursing Across the Lifespan Clinical (3)**

Prerequisite Courses (19):

  • BIOL 2320/2325 Human Anatomy with lab (4)*
  • BIOL 2420/2425 Human Physiology with lab (4)*
  • CHEM 1110/1115 Elementary Chemistry with lab (5)*
  • ENGL 1010 Expository Composition (3)*
  • PSY 1010 General Psychology (3)*

Co-requisite Courses (6):

  • ENGL 2010 Intermediate Research Writing (3)*
  • MATH 1040 Introduction to Statistics (3)*
    (Associate degrees require a quantitative literacy course i.e. MATH 1030 or higher; however, students transferring to a BSN or higher nursing program will need MATH 1040.)

RN Core Courses (26):

  • NURP 2114 Advanced Nursing Care of the Adult and Child (3)***
  • NURP 2214 Advanced Nursing Care of the Adult and Child Clinical (4)***
  • NURP 2130 Treatment Modalities (2)***
  • NURP 2180 Mental Health Nursing Across the Lifespan (2)***
  • NURP 2280 Mental Health Nursing Across the Lifespan Clinical (1)***
  • NURP 2190 Patient Care Management (2)***
  • NURP 2290 Patient Care Management Clinical (3)***
  • GE requirement: American Institutions (3)*
  • GE requirement: Fine Arts (3)
  • GE requirement: Humanities (3)

Required Credits: 72

Recommended Courses:

It is recommended that students take courses listed below to enhance learning in the PN to RN program. These are not required:

  • BIOL 2060 Intro to Microbiology
  • HFST 1020 Principles of Nutrition
  • BIOL 2650 Pathophysiology

Notes:

* All prerequisite and co-requisite classes must be passed with a C (2.0) grade or better; any grade below a C (2.0) will not be accepted.

** Students with lower than a B- (2.7) grade for any Practical Nursing (LPN) course must show at least part-time (24 hrs/week) experience working as an LPN for a minimum of one year to be eligible for the RN program. 

***All RN Core NURP Courses must be passed with a B- (2.7) grade or better.

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Associates of Arts in Outdoor Leadership and Entrepreneurship

Department: Business

Program Contact: Whitney Ward
Phone: (435)283-7551
Email: whitney.ward@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: www.snow.edu/business 
Department’s catalog page: www.snow.edu/catalog/dept_bus.html 

Program Description & Outcomes: 

For a description of this program and its outcomes, click here.

Program Requirements:

Outdoor Leadership Component (12)

  • OLE 1000 Introduction to Outdoor Leadership (SS) (3)
  • OLE 1542 Wilderness First Responder (3)
  • Choose one of the following (3)
    • OLE 1535 Backpacking
    • OLE 2000 Outdoor Skills
  • Choose one of the following (3)
    • OLE 2450 Climbing Technical Leadership (IE)
    • OLE 2550 Winter Technical Leadership (IE)
    • OLE 2650 Ropes Course Technical Leadership (IE)
    • OLE 2750 River/Water Technical Leadership (IE)

Outdoor Entrepreneurship Component (10)

  • BUS 1600 Entrepreneurship Seminars (1)
  • Any other three credit Business course (3)
  • OLE 1010 Outdoor Leadership Business and Careers (3)
  • Choose one of the following (3)
    • BUS 1010 Introduction to Business
    • BUS 2222 Entrepreneurship
    • BUS 2650 Management Prin/Entrepreneurs

General Education (32)

  • Foundations (FND) (3)
  • American Institutions (AI) (3)*
  • Expository Writing (E1) (3)*
  • Intermediate Writing (E2) (3)*
  • Quantitative Literacy (MA) (3)*
  • Fine Arts (FA) (3)
  • Foreign Language (FL) (4)
  • Humanities (HU) (3)
  • Natural Science (7)
    (Choose 7 credits from the following. You must have at least 3 credits of LS and 3 credits of PS.)
    • Life Science (LS) 
    • Physical Science (PS)
    • Natural Science Lab (LB)

Electives 

Earn enough additional credits reach the satisfy the 60 credit requirement. 

Required Credits: 60

Notes:

*Must be passed at a C- or higher.

Related Programs:

 


 

Associates of Science in Outdoor Leadership and Entrepreneurship

Department: Business

Program Contact: Whitney Ward
Phone: (435)283-7551
Email: whitney.ward@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: www.snow.edu/business 
Department’s catalog page: www.snow.edu/catalog/dept_bus.html 

Program Description & Outcomes:  

For a description of this program and its outcomes, click here.

Program Requirements:

Outdoor Leadership Component (12)

  • OLE 1000 Introduction to Outdoor Leadership (SS) (3)
  • OLE 1542 Wilderness First Responder (3)
  • Choose one of the following (3)
    • OLE 1535 Backpacking
    • OLE 2000 Outdoor Skills
  • Choose one of the following (3)
    • OLE 2450 Climbing Technical Leadership (IE)
    • OLE 2550 Winter Technical Leadership (IE)
    • OLE 2650 Ropes Course Technical Leadership (IE)
    • OLE 2750 River/Water Technical Leadership (IE)

Outdoor Entrepreneurship Component (10)

  • BUS 1600 Entrepreneurship Seminars (1)
  • Any other three credit Business course (3)
  • OLE 1010 Outdoor Leadership Business and Careers (3)
  • Choose one of the following (3)
    • BUS 1010 Introduction to Business
    • BUS 2222 Entrepreneurship
    • BUS 2650 Management Prin/Entrepreneurs

General Education (28)

  • Foundations (FND) (3)
  • American Institutions (AI) (3)*
  • Expository Writing (E1) (3)*
  • Intermediate Writing (E2) (3)*
  • Quantitative Literacy (MA) (3)*
  • Fine Arts (FA) (3)
  • Humanities (HU) (3)
  • Natural Science (7)
    (Choose 7 credits from the following. You must have at least 3 credits of LS and 3 credits of PS.)
    • Life Science (LS) 
    • Physical Science (PS)
    • Natural Science Lab (LB)

Electives 

Earn enough additional credits reach the satisfy the 60 credit requirement.  

Required Credits: 60

Notes:

*Must be passed at a C- or higher.

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