Associate in Arts (AA)

 

Core Transfer Component:       AA                    Go Orange

Writing/Accessing Information              6 credit hours          4-6 credit hours:     ENG101 and 102 or 105

Oral Communications                             3 credit hours          3 credit hours:        COM252

Heritage                                                  3 credit hours          3 credit hours:        HIS101, 102, 104, 105, 108, and 109

(GCNote 1: Select HIS 101 or 105 for a History major.)

Humanities                                              3 credit hours          3 credit hours:        ART100, 105, 106, 201, 202, 203 and 204 or MUS101 or

THA101 and 200

(GCNote 2: Select ART 105 for an Art major)

(GCNote 3: Select THA101 or THA 200 for a Theatre major)

Social Interaction                                     9 credit hours1             9 credit hours

Social Sciences –3 hours from list below

ECO201 or 202:     GCNote 4: Select ECO201 for a Business or Economics major

POL101 or 235:     GCNote 5: Select POL101 for a Political Science major

PSY110:                  GCNote 6: Select PSY110 for a Psychology major

SOC101 or 152:     GCNote 7: Select SOC101 for a Sociology major

 

Cultural Studies Requirement – 3 hours below

Religious Studies – REL130 – Cultural Studies requirement

Social Sciences –3 hours from list below

COM101:                  GCNote 8: COM101 is recommended for a Communication major

ECO201 or 202:        GCNote 9: Select ECO202 for a Business and Economics major

POL101, 235 & 255: GCNote 10: Select POL235 or 255 for a Political Science major

PSY230:                     GCNote 11: Select PSY230 for a Psychology major

SOC101 or 152:        GCNote 12: Select SOC152 for a Sociology major

Science                                                     6 credit hours2             6 credit hours – 2 different disciplines-(GCNote 13: one lab is required)

 

BIO112 or BIO112 and BIO 113

(GCNote 14: Select BIO112 and 113 for an Exercise Science or Health Science majors)

 

CHE120 or CHE120 and CHE125 or CHE170 and CHE175

GLY101 and GLY111 or GLY220

PHY151 and PHY152 or PHY201 and 202

Mathematics                                            3 credit hours          3 credit hours

MAT150, 159, 160, 170, 174, 175, 184 or 185

(GCNote 15: MAT174 or 175 recommended for a Math major)

(GCNote 16: MAT170 should be selected for a Business or Economics major)

Subtotal Core Transfer                            33 credit hours        33 hours

 

Additional General Education Requirements

Heritage/Humanities/

Foreign Language                                    3 credit hours          3 credit hours — ENG221, 222, 261 or 262

Heritage/Humanities/                                                            (GCNote17: ENG221 is recommended for English majors)

Social Interaction/

Foreign Language    3 credit hours          3 credit hours          PHI100, 120, 130, 150, 260 or 270

(GCNote 18: PHI150 is recommended for Business and Economics majors)

(GCNote 19: PHI120 is recommended for Philosophy majors)

 

Science/Mathematics                              3 credit hours          3 credit hours (Additional Math course)

(GCNote 20: STA220 is recommended for most majors – Exercise Science, Health Science, and Sociology)

(GCNote 21: MAT184 or 185 recommended for Math majors)

(GCNote 22: STA220 should be selected for Business majors)

9 credit hours total

 

Computer Literacy and/or course(s)

to be chosen from the approved general

education list                                           6 credit hours4             6 credit hours          6 credit hours

(CIS100, OST105, or CIT105  –  3hours)

(GCNote23: If competency exam is passed, please choose another elective towards your major or minor, see suggested list below).

(REL120 or REL121 – 3 hours)

 

Subtotal                                   15 credit hours 15 credit hours 15 hours

Total General

Education Block                       48 credit hours5 48 credit hours5

 

 

Notes:

1. At least two disciplines must be represented from Social Interaction courses.

2. Must include at least one Science course with a laboratory experience.

3. Mathematics: The AS degree requires a total of 18 hours in Science/Mathematics.

Of these 18 hours, at least 4 hours must be in Mathematics/Statistics courses from the approved Mathematics “General Education Requirements” list; and at least 6 hours must be science courses with one laboratory experience from the Science “General Education Requirements” list.

4. Computer Literacy: A student must pass an approved three (3) credit hour computer literacy course unless the computer competency exam is successfully completed.

5. Cultural Studies: At least one course within the 48 cr. hr. general education block must be selected from the identified Cultural Studies course list.

 

Other Degree

Requirements/Electives            12 credit hours 12 credit hours total

Select one Humanities course below – 3 credit hours

GCNote24: Course must be taken from a different discipline from the Humanities category above.

(ART100, 105, 106, 201, 202, 203 and 204 or MUS101 or THA101 and 200)

 

Foreign Languages: (3-9 hours is required depending on placement)

(SPA101, 102, and 201) 3-9 hours

(GER101, 102, and 201)

(FRE101, 102, and 201)

(JPN101, 102, and 201)

Electives: 3-6 hours of additional electives, depending on language placement.

GCNOTE25: For electives, please see list of suggested courses for majors below. Also, see the suggested courses for majors for the Social Interaction category above within the GCNotes.

 

ELECTIVES WITHIN MAJORS:

ART:                             ART105 is recommended to satisfy the Humanities requirements.

Suggested elective is ART106. Additional elective options: ART110, 112, or 113.

 

BUSINESS:                  MAT170 is recommended to satisfy the Mathematics requirements.

STA220 is recommended to satisfy the Mathematics Additional General Education requirements. ECO201 is recommended to satisfy the Social Interaction General Education requirements. ECO202 is recommended to satisfy the Social Interaction General Education requirements. PHI150 is recommended to satisfy the Additional General Education requirements.

Required electives: ACC101 and ACC202 (both are required before entering GC)

 

COMMUNICATION:       COM252 is recommended to satisfy the Oral Communications General Education requirement.

COM101 is recommended to satisfy the Social Interaction General Education requirement.

Suggested elective is COM249. Additional elective options: COM281 or COM287

ECONOMICS:               MAT170 is recommended to satisfy the Mathematics requirements.

STA220 is recommended to satisfy the Mathematics Additional General Education requirements. ECO201 is recommended to satisfy the Social Interaction General Education requirements. ECO202 is recommended to satisfy the Social Interaction General Education requirements. PHI150 is recommended to satisfy the Additional General Education requirements.

Required electives: ACC101 and ACC202 (both are required before entering GC)

 

ENGLISH:                     ENG221 is recommended to satisfy the Humanities General Education requirement.

Suggested elective is ENG222. Additional elective options: ENG261 or ENG262.

 

 

EXERCISE SCIENCE:   BIO112 and 113 is recommended to satisfy the Science requirement (Lab is required).

STA220 is recommended to satisfy the Mathematics Additional General Education requirement.

Suggested elective is KHP230. An additional elective option is KHP190.

 

HEALTH SCIENCE:       BIO112 and 113 is recommended to satisfy the Science requirement (Lab is required).

STA220 is recommended to satisfy the Mathematics Additional General Education requirement.

Suggested elective is KHP230. An additional elective option is KHP190.

 

HISTORY:                     HIS101 or 104 – one course should be selected to satisfy the Heritage requirement.

Suggested electives are HIS102 or 105. Additional elective options: HIS108, HIS109, or HIS296.

 

MATH:                          MAT174 or MAT175 – one course should be selected for the Mathematics Core requirement

MAT184 or MAT185 – one course should be selected for the Mathematics Additional requirement

Suggested MATH elective is CS115. Additional electives: choose a course for one’s minor.

 

PHILOSOPHY:              PHI120 is recommended to satisfy the Humanities Additional General Education requirement.

Suggested elective is PHI130. Additional elective options: PHI 260 or PHI270.

 

POLITICAL SCIENCE:  POL101 is recommended to satisfy the Social Interaction General Education requirement.

POL235 or 255 is recommended to satisfy the Social Interaction General Education requirement.

Suggested electives choose from POL235/255/210/212/271/280.

 

PSYCHOLOGY:            PSY110 is recommended to satisfy the Social Interaction requirement.

PSY230 is recommended to satisfy the Additional Social Interaction requirement.

Suggested elective is PSY216. For additional electives, choose a course for one’s minor.

 

RELIGION:                   REL130 is recommended to satisfy the Social Interaction and Cultural Studies requirement.

REL120 is recommended to part of the required General Education hours.

Suggested elective is REL121. For additional electives, choose a course for one’s minor. 

 

SOCIOLOGY:               SOC101 is recommended to satisfy the Social Interaction General Education requirement.

SOC152 is recommended to satisfy the Social Interaction General Education requirement.

STA220 is recommended to satisfy the Mathematics Additional General Education requirement.

Suggested electives choose from SOC220, 235 or 260.

 

SPANISH:                     SPA201 is recommended and will satisfy and electives for an Associates of Art degree.

Choose SPA202 or 211 if offered; otherwise choose a course towards one’s minor.

 

THEATRE:                    THA101 or 200 is recommended to satisfy Humanities or Additional Electives requirement

Suggested electives choose from THA126 or 150.

 

Additional Georgetown College Foundations and Core Requirements:

KHS100 (Lifetime Fitness for one hour)

One writing flagged course (this might be satisfied within your major while at Georgetown College)

 

 

 

Students are advised to choose hours to satisfy additional general education and pre-major requirements at the institution to which they are transferring. Students who complete ENG 105 to satisfy the Writing/Accessing Information competencies must complete 15 hours of electives. If the courses used to fulfill the requirements of the Core and Additional Components listed above result in more than 48 hours, additional hours over 48 may be used to fulfill the elective hour requirement.

 

Total Credit Hours                    60                                                         60         60

Associate in Arts degree is awarded to students who complete 60 hours, including the specified general education requirements, with a grade-point average of at least 2.0. A credit used to fulfill one competency cannot be used to fulfill another competency. Transitional courses (courses numbered 001-099) cannot be used to satisfy graduation requirements.