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57 Core Curriculum Options The primary purpose of the AA, AS, and AAT degrees are to prepare students to transfer and meet prerequisites for junior level courses. The core curriculum is an essential, state mandated component of these associate degrees. The table below provides course options to meet the general core curriculum requirements and matches those listed for the Associate of Arts (AA) de- gree. Subsequent degrees, Fields of Study, and Areas of Concentration provide specific modifications to the core curriculum that meet the needs of students transferring in academic concentrations. A course can only be counted once in meeting core curriculum requirements. Course title and descriptions can be found in Chapter 6. SCH Communication ENGL 1301 & 1302 2311 6 Mathematics MATH 1314 1316 1324 1332 3 1342 2412* 2413* Life and Physical Sciences BIOL 1406 1407 1411 1413 6* (LP Science) 2401 2402 2404 2416 2421 CHEM 1405 1411 1412 1419 2423 2425 ENVR 1401 1402 GEOL 1403 1404 1405 1447 PHYS 1401 1402 1403 1404 1405 1407 1415 2425 2426 Creative Arts ARCH 1311 3 ARTS 1301 1303 1304 DRAM 1310 MUSI 1306 1310 Language, Philosophy, ENGL 2322 2323 2326 2327 3 and Culture 2331 2341 2351 (LPC) HIST 2321 2322 HUMA 1301 1305 PHIL 1301 Government/Political Science GOVT 2305 & 2306 6 (GOVT/PS) American History HIST 1301 1302 2301 6 Social/Behavioral Sciences ECON 2301 2302 3 (SBS) GEOG 1303 PSYC 2301 SOCI 1301 Oral Communication SPCH 1311 1315 1318 1321 3 Kinesiology Area Option KINE 1304* 1305* 1 Component Area Option EDUC 1200 2 * Extra SCH will be applied to degree plan general electives. Core Total 42 LP Science = Life and Physical Science LPC = Language, Philosophy, and Culture GOVT PS = Government/Political Science SBS = Social/Behavioral Science

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