DCB catalog 2018-2020

History (AA)* Suggested arrangement of courses FRESHMAN YEAR FALL SPRING SOPHOMORE YEAR FALL SPRING ENGL 110, 120 College Composition I, II 3 3 HIST 211, 212 World Civilizations to 3 3 HIST 103 U.S. History to 1877 3 1500, Since 1500 HIST 104 U.S. History Since 1877 3 PSYC 111 Introduction to Psychology 3 MATH 103 College Algebra 4 Elective 3 Laboratory Science Electives 4 4 ECON 202 Principles of Macroeconomics 3 ENGL Elective 3 COMM110 Fundamentals of MUSC 207 History of Pop/Rock Music 3 Public Speaking 3 Wellness Electives 1 1 POLS 115 American Government OR POLS 220 International Politics 3 GEOG 161 World Regional Geography 3 ENGL/ART/HUM Elective 3 CSCI 101 Intro to Computers 3 Human Services (AA)* Suggested arrangement of courses FRESHMAN YEAR FALL SPRING SOPHOMORE YEAR FALL SPRING GERO 130 Introduction to Human Services 2 PSYC 111 Introduction to Psychology 3 MATH 103 College Algebra 4 RLS 290 Intro to Inclusive Recreation 4 SPED 101 Intro to Dev Disabilities 3 Art/Hum Elective 3 NURS 100 Nursing Assistant Training 3 COMM 110 Fund of Public Speaking 3 ENGL 110 College Composition I 3 GERO 256 Dev of Social Welfare 2 HPER 100 Concepts of Fitness and Wellness 2 ENGL Elective 3 ENGL 120 College Composition II 3 PSYC 250 Developmental Psychology 3 HPER 210 First Aid/CPR 1 Lab Science Elective 4 CSCI 101 Intro to Computers 3 PSYC 100 Human Relations in Organization 3 SOC 251 Gerontology 3 BOTE 210 Business Communications 3 ART/HUM/MUSC Elective 3 SOC 110 Intro to Sociology 3 * 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 UNIV105 First Year Experience, although it has not been listed in the curriculum outlines.

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