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The remaining 1923 hours (designated as Code B. Western Civilization I HIS 102. AREA V: Major. Social and Behavioral Science *History HIS 101. is 41 semester hours. For guidance in the identification of the specific course requirements in the major or minor. Finite Mathematics MTH 112. Survey of the New Testament SPA 101. History of World Religion REL 151.edu/stars. Statewide Articulation Reporting System (STARS) Students should become familiar with STARS. Introduction to Anthropology ANT 210. Introduction to Sociology SOC 210. Theatre Appreciation Speech SPH 106. United States History I HIS 202. minor and Elective Courses 19 (8) Courses taken in AREA V are those that provide the student with the knowledge and experiences in his/her chosen major or area of concentration. World Literature II Fine Arts ART 100. English Composition II AREA II: Literature. American Literature I ENG 252. Introductory Spanish II AREA III: Natural Science and Mathematics Mathematics MTH 110. Alabama General Studies Committee (AGSC) As a result of legislative action. General Physics II PHY 213.edu and should be utilized. students can print a transfer guide for his/her major and enter into a binding contract with the transfer institution in his/her program of study. the student should refer to the transfer institution’s catalog or web page. the AGSC transfer guide (STARS guide) for each public transfer institution in the State of Alabama is readily available on the web at http://stars. World Literature I ENG 272. Social and Behavioral Sciences(6-9) ANT 200. Social Problems SPH 116. students must complete a six hour sequence either in literature or in history. MTH 120. United States History II 12 (3-6) 12 (3-6) (3) (3) (0-3) 11 (3-4) **Additional History. The course requirements listed within AREA V of each program of study should be used as a guide and may vary depending upon the transfer institution. Survey of the Old Testament REL 152. The AGSC divided the academic transfer courses taught at the community colleges into three separate groups according to their transfer status. Precalculus Algebra MTH 113. Human Growth and Development SOC 200. Art History I ART 204. General Physics w/Calculus II AREA IV: History. Introduction to Archeology ECO 231. From STARS. except engineering. to Organic Chemistry CHM 111. Intro to Physics PHY 201. World Regional Geography POL 200. Also. College Chemistry I CHM 112. Introductory Spanish I SPA 102. Applicants must possess certain abilities to meet the required essential functions of each program. Intro to Personal Communications *As a part of the General Studies Core Curriculum. Precalculus Trigonometry MTH 115. The STARS Web site can be accessed at http://stars. Ethics and Society REL 100. General Physics I PHY 202. Calculus and Its Applications MTH 125. of Public Speaking Additional Humanities PHL 106. American National Government PSY 200. Western Civilization II or HIS 121. Art History II MUS 101. American Literature II or ENG 261. Introduction to Philosophy PHL 206. Physical Anthropology ANT 220. Principles of Biology II CHM 104. Art Appreciation ART 203. Introduction to Astronomy BIO 103. Fund. Cultural Anthropology ANT 230. Physical Science II PHY 120. which provides very specific information about the requirements in each subject area (see below) for a given transfer institution. General Psychology PSY 210. The contract is not binding on the student but is binding on the transfer institution provided that the student does not change majors and takes the courses listed on the transfer guide. Introduction to Political Science POL 211. Fund. Humanities and Fine Arts *Literature ENG 251. Intro. Principles of Biology I BIO 104. of Oral Communication or SPH 107. General Physics w/Calculus I PHY 214.troyst. World History II or HIS 201. Music Appreciation THR 120. Orientation (ORI 101) is a prerequisite to all degree and certificate programs. Courses that are common to all programs of study and to all institutions are designated as Common Core courses and further categorized as Code A courses. Intro to Geology I 6 GLY 102. College Chemistry II GLY 101. Macroeconomics ECO 232. ** No more than 6 hours of history may be taken for AREA IV. English Composition I ENG 102. Physical Science I PHS 112. English Literature I ENG 262.PROGRAMS OF STUDY Bevill State Community College’s Academic Transfer Division offers Associate in Arts and Associate in Science degrees in university parallel programs of study. Intro. Microeconomics GEO 100. The Associate Degree requires completion of 60-64 semester hours. course offerings at Alabama Community Colleges were evaluated and their transfer equivalency to other state colleges and universities were determined by the Alabama General Studies Committee (AGSC). to Inorganic Chemistry CHM 105. The total number of semester hours of Common Core (Code A) courses required for all university parallel programs of study. English Literature II or ENG 271. 34 . Intro to Geology II PHS 111.troy. Precalculus Algebra and Trig. The Code A courses specify course requirements by number of semester hours and discipline (also known as AREA). Calculus I Natural Sciences AST 220. AREA V) consist of courses in the STARS University Parallel Approved Common Core Courses AREA I: Written Communications ENG 101. World History I HIS 122.

Management. Criminal Justice. In the event that a question cannot be readily answered. + Requirements will vary according to transfer institution. Introduction to Anthropology PSY 200. Physics. and Psychology. the STARS guide should always take precedence. Calculus I CHM 111-112. College Chemistry I & II (8) CHM 221-222. Major and Electives 19 CHM 111-112. History. Precalculus Algebra or higher BIO 103-104. General Physics I & II (8) or PHY 213-214. * Two-semester sequence required in literature or history. Fine Arts AREA III: Mathematics and Natural Sciences MTH 125. Pre-Professional (including Dentistry/ Medicine/Optometry/Pharmacy/Veterinary Medicine). Humanities and Fine Arts Literature Sequence Fine Arts SPH 106 or SPH 107 AREA III: Mathematics and Natural Sciences +Mathematics +Natural Sciences AREA IV: History. The remaining possible transferable courses that do not fall into either Code A or Code B are potential AREA V transfer courses but are subject to the approval of the respective transfer institutions. Business Statistics I & II (6) CIS 146 or equivalent Computer Science (3) MTH 120. General Studies. and Secondary Education. +AREA V: Pre-Professional. Computer Science. Mathematics. Chemical Engineers must complete CHM 111 & 112 (8 hrs) and CHM 221 and 222 (8 hrs). Physical Education & Recreation. Forestry. Intro to Accounting (6) BUS 263. Chemistry. Engineering. Humanities. Associate in Arts Associate in Arts degrees in university parallel programs of study include Elementary Education. Liberal Arts. Degree plans for most majors are found on subsequent pages. Students should consult the catalog or Web site of the specific transfer institution to determine the specific courses within each AREA. Organic Chemistry I & II (8) PHY 201-202. Management. Health. Students who are pursuing 4-year degrees should follow the degree plan for their major. Education. Most majors at Auburn University require a two-semester sequence in both History & Literature. ## Some programs require both CHM 111 & 112. Legal & Social Environment of Business (3) BUS 271-272. Marketing). Economics. Humanities and Fine Arts *Literature Fine Arts SPH 106 or SPH 107 Additional Literature. Finance. Business Administration (Accounting. Introduction to Sociology 6 12 (6) (3) (3) 11 (3) (8) 12 (3) (3) (3) (3) +AREA V: Pre-Professional. Humanities and Fine Arts *Literature Fine Arts SPH 106 or SPH 107 Additional Literature. Principles of Biology I & II AREA IV: History. Associate in Science Associate in Science degrees in university parallel programs of study include Biological Sciences. Major & Electives 19 BUS 241-242. General Psychology or SOC 200. Calculus and Its Applications or MTH 125. Humanities. Pre-Nursing. Management Information Systems. These courses are designated as Code C. The transfer institution’s catalog and/or web-site provides specific transfer requirements in AREA I through AREA V. Microeconomics Complete one of the following: ANT 200.individual student’s major or minor fields of study or are necessary to meet pre-professional requirements as specified by the transfer institution. Social and Behavioral Science (Maximum of 6 hours in History) 6 12 (3-6) (3) (3) (0-3) 12 (4) (8) 12 (3-6) (6-9) . Management Information System. and Marketing) Associate in Science AREA I: Written Composition AREA II: Literature. Fine Arts AREA III: Mathematics and Natural Sciences MTH 112. Social & Behavioral Science *History +Additional History. Calculus I (4) +CIS 146 or equivalent Computer Science (3) General Courses 60 semester hours BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Accounting. English/Language Arts. Social & Behavioral Science *History +Additional History. Calculus I (if not completed in Area III) (3-4) General Courses 60 semester hours BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES Associate in Science AREA I: Written Composition AREA II: Literature. # MUS 211/213 & MUS 212/214 are junior level courses at some transfer institutions and will not be accepted for transfer. Social & Behavioral Science History ECO 231. Music. Social & Behavioral Science (Maximum of 6 hours in History) 6 12 (3-6) (3) (3) (0-3) 11 (3) (8) 12 (3-6) (6-9) 35 CHEMISTRY Associate in Science AREA I: Written Composition AREA II: Literature. College Chemistry I & II AREA IV: History. Gen Physics w/Calculus MTH 125. Macroeconomics ECO 232.

Precalculus Algebra or higher +Natural Sciences AREA IV: History. 205 or 215 (3) Physical Education (activity courses) (1) General Courses 60 semester hours ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Associate in Arts AREA I: Written Composition 6 12 (3-6) (3) (3) (3) 11 (3) (8) 12 (3-6) (6-9) CRIMINAL JUSTICE Associate in Science AREA I: Written Composition AREA II: Literature. Gen Physics w/Calculus MTH 126. MTH 110 or higher (9) Additional Sciences (4-8) CIS146 or equivalent (3) Electives (3) General Courses 60 semester hours 36 . MTH 112 or higher Natural Sciences. geology or general physical science 111 or 112) (4) Upper level Mathematics. Major and Electives 19 +MTH 125-126. Social and Behavioral Sciences Additional History. 125 or higher (3) Any two math courses at 100 level or higher (6) CHD 206 (3) CHD 209 (3) CHD 203. physics. Calculus II. Humanities. Precalculus Algebra or higher +Natural Sciences AREA IV: History. Social and Behavioral Science (Maximum of 6 hours in History) 6 12 (3-6) (3) (3) (0-3) 11 (3) (8) 12 (3-6) (6-9) +AREA V: Pre-Professional. 204.+AREA V: Pre-Professional. Social & Behavioral Science *History Additional History. Major & Electives 19 CHM 221-222.Athens State University Associate’s Degree will NOT be awarded on this plan. 120. Fine Arts AREA III: Mathematics and Natural Sciences Mathematics. Organic Chemistry I & II (8) PHY 201-202. 113. Major and Electives 19 +CIS 146 or equivalent Computer Science (3) +CRJ 100 and CRJ 110. Humanities. Calculus I & II (8) +CIS 146 or equivalent Computer Science (3) +Electives in the discipline where CIS knowledge is to be used and/or CIS courses specifically required by transfer institution (9) General Courses 60 semester hours +AREA V: Pre-Professional. AREA I: Written Composition AREA II: Literature. MTH 110. Social & Behavioral Science (Maximum of 6 hours in History) 6 12 (3) (3) (3) (3) 12 (6) (8) 12 (3-6) (3) (3-6) COMPUTER SCIENCE Associate in Science AREA I: Written Composition AREA II: Literature. Humanities and Fine Arts *Literature Fine Arts SPH 106 or SPH 107 Additional Humanities. Social & Behavioral Science *History PSY 200 +Additional History. MTH 227 Calculus III (8) +CIS 146 or equivalent Computer Science (3) General Courses 60 semester hours EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION . Humanities and Fine Arts *Literature Fine Arts SPH 106 or SPH 107 Additional Literature. Major & Electives 19 Physical Science (chemistry. Major & Electives 19 Additional Mathematics. 150 or 160 (6-9) +Additional History. Humanities. Fine Arts AREA III: Mathematics and Natural Sciences +MTH 112. Social & Behavioral Science (Maximum of 6 hours in History) +AREA V: Pre-Professional. Fine Arts AREA III: Mathematics and Natural Sciences +Mathematics MTH 110 or 112 +Natural Sciences AREA IV: History. astronomy. Social & Behavioral Science *History +Additional History. Social & Behavioral Sciences (7-10) General Courses 60 semester hours +AREA V: Pre-Professional. Humanities and Fine Arts *Literature Fine Arts SPH 106 or SPH 107 Additional Literature. Social & Behavioral Science *History. BIO 103-104(with labs) AREA IV: History. Fine Arts AREA III: Mathematics and Natural Sciences +MTH 112. Humanities and Fine Arts *Literature Fine Arts SPH 106 or SPH 107 Additional Literature. Social and Behavioral Science (Maximum of 6 hours in History) 6 12 (3-6) (3) (3) (0-3) 11 (3) (8) 12 (3-6) (6) AREA II: Literature. General Physics I & II or (8) PHY 213-214.

Calculus I BIO 103-104. HIS. Calculus I PHY 213-214. FRN. Linear Algebra and/or MTH 238. Social & Behavioral Science (Maximum of 6 hours in History) 6 12 (3-6) (3) (3) (0-3) 11 (3) (8) 12 (3-6) (6-9) +AREA V: Pre-Professional. Humanities and Fine Arts English Literature Fine Arts SPH 106 or SPH 107 AREA III: Mathematics and Natural Sciences +Mathematics MTH 110 or 112 +Natural Sciences AREA IV: History. Humanities and Fine Arts *Literature Fine Arts SPH 106 or SPH 107 AREA III: Mathematics and Natural Sciences MTH 125. Engineering Foundations (3) +EGR 125. Engineering Statics (3) CIS 146 or equivalent Computer Science (3) General Courses 60 semester hours +AREA V: Pre-Professional. Differential Equations (3-6) +EGR 101. BIO. World Literature I & II Fine Arts SPH 106 or SPH 107 AREA III: Mathematics and Natural Sciences MTH 125. College Chemistry I & II (8) MTH 265.Auburn University Associate in Science AREA I: Written Composition AREA II: Literature. Computer Methods for EGR (3) +EGR 220. Western Civilization I & II PSY 200. Social & Behavioral Science *History +Social & Behavioral Science (Maximum of 6 hours in History) 6 9 (3) (3) (3) 12 (4) (8) 9 (6) (3) FORESTRY . General Psychology ECO 231. Major & Electives 19 Additional Literature (consult transfer institution) (9) CIS 146 or equivalent Computer Science (3) Electives (7-16) General Courses 60 semester hours +AREA V: Pre-Professional. General Physics w/Cal I & II AREA IV History. Social & Behavioral Science HIS 101-102. and THR (16-20) CIS 146 or equivalent Computer Science (3) General Courses 60 semester hours 37 .ENGINEERING Associate in Science AREA I: Written Composition AREA II: Literature. ECO. Fine Arts AREA III: Mathematics and Natural Sciences +Mathematics MTH 110 or 112 +Natural Sciences AREA IV: History. Humanities and Fine Arts *Literature Fine Arts SPH 106 or SPH 107 Additional Literature. Macroeconomics (Maximum of 6 hours in History) 6 12 (6) (3) (3) 12 (4) (8) 12 (6) (3) (3) +AREA V: Pre-Professional. PED. Humanities. ANT. College Chemistry (4) MTH 237. REL. Social & Behavioral Science History PSY 200. MTH. Elementary Statistics (3) PHL 206. Major & Electives 19 Additional General Studies Courses taken from ART. Calculus III (4) ##CHM 111. SPA. SPH. PHY. Modern Graphics for EGR (3) +EGR 157. POL. Principles of Accounting I (3) CIS 146 or equivalent Computer Science (3) Electives (3) General Courses 60 semester hours GENERAL STUDIES Associate in Science ENGLISH/LANGUAGE ARTS Associate in Arts AREA I: Written Composition AREA II: Literature. SOC. PSY. CHM. Calculus II (4) MTH 227. Humanities and Fine Arts ENG 271-272. GEO. Major & Electives 24 MTH 126. Social & Behavioral Science (Maximum of 6 hours in History) 6 12 (6) (3) (3) 11 (3) (8) 12 (3) (3) (6) AREA I: Written Composition AREA II: Literature. Major and Electives 18 CHM 111-112. Social & Behavioral Science *History +Additional History. General Psychology Additional History. PHL. Principles of Biology I & II AREA IV: History. Ethics and Society (3) BUS 241.

ENG. First Aid & Safety (3) CIS 146 or equivalent Computer Science (3) Electives (3-6) General Courses 60 semester hours MATHEMATICS Associate in Science AREA I: Written Composition AREA II: Literature. Linear Algebra (3) MTH 238. Community Health (3) HED 231. Major & Electives 19 BIO 201-202. HIS. ECO. MUS. Principles of Biology I & II AREA IV: History. SOC. Social & Behavioral Science *History +Additional History. Humanities and Fine Arts *Literature 6 12 (3-6) 38 AREA III: Mathematics and Natural Sciences +Mathematics MTH 110 or 112 +Natural Sciences . Personal Health or HED 222. POL. Fine Arts AREA III: Mathematics and Natural Sciences MTH 112.HEALTH. Humanities. SPH. Fine Arts AREA III: Mathematics and Natural Sciences MTH 125. Precalculus Algebra or higher BIO 103-104. Major & Electives 18 MTH 126. Social & Behavioral Science (Maximum of 6 hours in History) (3) (3) (0-3) 11 (3) (8) 12 (3-6) (6-9) +AREA V: Pre-Professional. Humanities and Fine Arts *Literature MUS 101 SPH 106 or SPH 107 Additional Literature. Humanities and Fine Arts Literature Fine Arts SPH 106 or SPH 107 Additional Literature. REL. Fine Arts AREA III: Mathematics and Natural Sciences MTH 112. Humanities and Fine Arts *Literature Fine Arts SPH 106 or SPH 107 Additional Literature. Calculus II (4) MTH 227. PHL. Humanities. Social & Behavioral Science (Maximum of 6 hours in History) 6 12 (3-6) (3) (3) (0-3) 11 (3) (8) 12 (3-6) (6-9) Fine Arts SPH 106 or SPH 107 Additional Literature. GEO. Humanities and Fine Arts *Literature Fine Arts SPH 106 or SPH 107 Additional Literature. History I & II (6) CIS 146 or equivalent Computer Science (3) Electives (10) General Courses 60 semester hours MUSIC Associate in Science AREA I: Written Composition AREA II: Literature. FRN. PSY. Humanities. Human A&P I & II (8) HED 221. Major & Electives 19 Additional Liberal Arts Courses taken from ART. Social & Behavioral Science (Maximum of 6 hours in History) 6 12 (3-6) (3) (3) (0-3) 12 (4) (8) 12 (3-6) (6-9) HISTORY Associate in Arts AREA I: Written Composition AREA II: Literature. Calculus III (4) MTH 237. Fine Arts AREA III: Mathematics and Natural Sciences +Mathematics MTH 110 or 112 +Natural Sciences AREA IV: History. Applied Differential Equations (3) CIS 146 or equivalent Computer Science (3) Electives (1) General Courses 60 semester hours +AREA V: Pre-Professional. Major & Electives 19 HIS 201-202 US. and THR (16-20) CIS 146 or equivalent Computer Science (3) General Courses 60 semester hours +AREA V: Pre-Professional. Humanities. Social & Behavioral Science HIS 101-102. Humanities. ANT. Social & Behavioral Science *History +Additional History. Fine Arts 6 12 (3-6) (3) (3) (0-3) 11 (3) (8) LIBERAL ARTS Associate in Arts AREA I: Written Composition AREA II: Literature. General Psychology SOC 200/GEO 100/POL 200/ECO 231 6 12 (3-6) (3) (3) (0-3) 11 (3) (8) 12 (6) (3) (3) +AREA V: Pre-Professional. PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND RECREATION Associate in Arts AREA I: Written Composition AREA II: Literature. Western Civilization I & II PSY 200. Precalculus Algebra or higher +Natural Science (BIO 103 & CHM 104) AREA IV: History. Calculus I +Natural Sciences AREA IV: History. PED. Social & Behavioral Science *History +Additional History. SPA.

Humanities and Fine Arts Literature Fine Arts SPH 106 or SPH 107 Additional Humanities and Fine Arts AREA III: Mathematics and Natural Sciences +Mathematics MTH 110 or 112 +Natural Sciences AREA IV: History. Humanities & Fine Arts *Literature Fine Arts SPH 106 or SPH 107 Additional Literature. Social & Behavioral Science *History +Additional History. Intro to Inorganic Chemistry AREA IV: History. Social & Behavioral Science History Additional Social Behavioral Science 6 12 (3-6) (3) (3) (0-3) 11 (3) (8) 12 (3-6) (6-9) +AREA V: Pre-Professional. or the STARS guide. Introduction to Sociology 6 12 (6) (3) (3) 11 (3) (4) (4) 12 (3) (3) (3) (3) AREA II: Literature. Social & Behavioral Science (Maximum of 6 hours in History) +AREA V: Pre-Professional. Ethics & Society (3) General Courses 60 semester hours +AREA V: Pre-Professional. Major & Electives 19 Refer to the College catalog. General Psychology +Additional History. Music Theory IV w/lab (4) MUS 251. (17-20) CIS 146 or equivalent Computer Science (3) General Courses 60 semester hours SECONDARY EDUCATION Associate in Arts PRE-NURSING (BSN) AREA I: Written Composition AREA I: Written Composition AREA II: Literature. Pathophysiology (3) BUS 271. Elementary Statistics (3) CHM 105. Humanities. Social and Behavioral Science (Maximum of 6 hours in History) 12 (3-6) (6-9) AREA IV: History. Major & Electives 19 BIO 201.AREA IV: History. Human Anatomy & Physiology II (4) BIO 220. SOC 200. Pre-Dentistry. (16-20) General Courses 60 semester hours PRE-PROFESSIONAL Pre-Medicine. Principles of Nutrition (3) CIS 146 or equivalent Computer Science (3) PHL 206. Microbiology (Dentistry only) MTH 265. Pre-Optometry Associate in Science AREA I: Written Composition AREA II: Literature. Human Growth & Devel. Microbiology (4) BIO 230. Fine Arts AREA III: Mathematics and Natural Sciences +Mathematics MTH 110 or 112 +Natural Sciences 6 12 (3-6) (3) (3) (0-3) 11 (3) (8) AREA III: Mathematics and Natural Sciences MTH 112. Principles of Biology I CHM 104. Precalculus Algebra or higher BIO 103. General Psychology PSY 210. Social & Behavioral Science History PSY 200. Social & Behavioral Science *History +Additional History. Precalculus Algebra or higher BIO 103-104. Human Anatomy & Physiology I (4) BIO 202. Elementary Statistics(Optometry) 39 19 (4) (3) . Social & Behavioral Science *History PSY 200. Humanities. Major & Electives 19 CIS 146 or equivalent (3) See Area V Transfer Institution for specific requirements by major. Social & Behavioral Science (Maximum of 6 hours in History) 12 (3-6) (3) (3-6) +AREA V: Pre-Professional. Music Theory I w/lab (4) MUS 112/114. Fine Arts 6 12 (3-6) (3) (3) (0-3) 11 (3) (8) 12 (3-6) (6-9) PSYCHOLOGY Associate in Science AREA I: Written Composition AREA II: Literature. Humanities & Fine Arts Literature Fine Arts SPH 106 or SPH 107 AREA III: Mathematics and Natural Sciences MTH 112. Principles of Biology I & II AREA IV: History. Intro to Conducting (3) CIS 146 or equivalent Computer Science (3) General Courses 60 semester hours +AREA V: Pre-Professional. Humanities and Fine Arts *Literature Fine Arts SPH 106 or SPH 107 Additional Literature. Intro to Organic Chemistry (4) HEC 140. Music Theory III w/lab (4) #MUS 212/214. Major & Electives BIO 220. web-site. Major & Electives 19 MUS 111/113. Music Theory II w/lab (4) #MUS 211/213.

Calculus I CIS 146 or equivalent Computer Science General Courses (8) (8) (8) (4) (3) 60 semester hours BIO 202. Human Anatomy & Physiology I & II (8) BIO 220. Calculus I CHM 111-112.Auburn University Associate in Science AREA I: Written Composition AREA II: Literature. Gen Physics w/Calculus MTH 125. Psychology/Sociology ECO 232. Calculus (3-4) MTH 265. General Physics I & II or PHY 213-214. Major & Electives 19 BIO 103. Principles of Biology I BIO 201. Social & Behavioral Science History. Humanities and Fine Arts Literature (ENG 251 or 261) Fine Arts SPH 106 or SPH 107 REL 151 or REL 152 AREA III: Mathematics and Natural Sciences MTH 112. Principles of Biology I (4) BIO 201 & 202. Human Anatomy & Physiology II CHM 221-222. Organic Chemistry I & II (8) MTH 120/125. Western Civilization I & II PSY 200. Microeconomics or POL 211. Microeconomics +AREA V: Pre-Professional. World Books I & II Fine Arts SPH 106 or SPH 107 AREA III: Mathematics and Natural Sciences MTH 115 BIO 103-104. Elementary Statistics (3) CIS 146 or equivalent Computer Science (3) PE Activities Course (2) General Courses 60 semester hours PRE-PROFESSIONAL Pre-Pharmacy . Ethics & Society CIS 146 or equivalent Computer Science General Courses (4) (8) (4) (3) (3) (3) 60 semester hours PRE-PROFESSIONAL Pre-Veterinary Medicine .Samford University Associate in Science AREA I: Written Composition AREA II: Literature. U. Organic Chemistry I & II (8) PHY 201-202. Western Civilization I & II PSY 200/SOC 200.S. History or Western Civilization PSY 200. Major & Electives BIO 103. Principles of Biology I & II AREA IV: History. World Literature I & II Fine Arts SPH 106 or SPH 107 AREA III: Mathematics and Natural Sciences MTH 125. General Psychology or SOC 200. Ethic and Society (3) General Courses 60 semester hours +AREA V: Pre-Professional. Humanities and Fine Arts ENG 271-272. Humanities and Fine Arts ENG 271-272. Organic Chemistry I & II PHY 201.Auburn University Associate in Science AREA I: Written Composition AREA II: Literature. College Chemistry I & II AREA IV: History. Intro to Sociology ECO 232. General Psychology Additional Social and Behavioral Sciences 6 12 (3) (3) (3) (3) 11 (3) (8) 12 (6) (3) (3) +AREA V: Pre-Professional. Organic Chemistry I & II PHY 201-202. Major & Electives 17 CHM 111-112. Human Anatomy & Physiology I 6 12 (6) (3) (3) 12 (4) (8) 12 (6) (3) (3) 18 (4) (4) 40 . Social & Behavioral Science HIS 101-102.CHM 111-112. College Chemistry I & II CHM 221-222. Microbiology (4) CHM 221-222. American Government 6 12 (6) (3) (3) 11 (3) (8) 12 (6) (3) (3) PRE-PROFESSIONAL Pre-Pharmacy . General Physics I MTH 265. Precalculus Algebra CHM 111-112. General Physics I & II or (8) PHY 213-214. Elementary Statistics PHL 206. Gen Physics w/Calculus CIS 146 or equivalent Computer Science (3) PHL 206. Social & Behavioral Science HIS 101-102. College Chemistry I & II AREA IV: History. College Chemistry I & II (8) CHM 221-222.

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