DCB catalog 2018-2020

Liberal Arts The liberal arts curriculum is built on general education requirements and is designed for students who are undecided about their ultimate goal, but who desire the benefits they can secure from a broadly based program. The curriculum provides flexibility and endeavors to give students a sampling of the many disciplines available to them. The AA and AS degree are available online. Associate in Science* Credits Associate in Arts* Credits COMMUNICATIONS..................................9 COMMUNICATIONS...............................9 ENGL 110 College Composition I .................3 ENGL 110 College Composition I ..............3 ENGL 120 College Composition II ................3 ENGL 120 College Composition II .............3 COMM 110 Fund of Public Speaking ............3 COMM 110 Fund of Public Speaking .........3 ARTS/HUMANITIES ...................................6 ARTS/HUMANITIES ................................9 Elective credits in this area are to be Elective credits in this area are to be chosen from the ND:FA and ND:HUM chosen from the ND:FA and ND:HUM categories on page 53-54 of this catalog categories on page 53-54 of this catalog. SOCIAL SCIENCE........................................6 SOCIAL SCIENCE...................................12 Elective credits in this area are to be Elective credits in this area are to be chosen from the ND:HIST and ND:SS chosen from the ND:HIST and ND:SS categories on page 53-54 of this catalog categories on page 53-54 of this catalog. MATH/SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY...........18 MATH/SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY..........9 Elective credits in this area are to Elective credits in this area are to be chosen from the ND:COMPSC, be chosen from the ND:COMPSC, ND:MATH and ND:LABSC categories ND:MATH and ND:LABSC categories on page 53-54 of this catalog. The choices on page 53-54 of this catalog. The choices must include MATH 103 (or above), must include MATH 103 (or above), at least two lab sciences and CSCI 101. at least one lab sciences and CSCI 101. Wellness ..........................................................2 Wellness .......................................................2 HPER 100 HPER 100 – or – – or – HPER 101 HPER 101 Additional Academic Courses........................19 Additional Academic Courses.....................19 Credits in this area are to be chosen in Credits in this area are to be chosen in consultation with the student’s advisor. consultation with the student’s advisor. * Students enrolled in an Associate of Science or Associate of Arts program must satisfy the general education requirements listed on pages 55-57 to earn the degree. The curriculum outline is a suggested course sequence or schedule of study that prepares students to transfer. Therefore, the transcript of graduates will list only AA or AS and not the area of study. Coursework may be modified with the advisor’s consent in regard to the requirements of a student’s intended transfer college. All new fall semester freshmen are required to take the course UNIV 105 First Year Experience, although it has not been listed in the curriculum outlines.

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