The Associate in Arts Degree University Transfer Plan: Dental Hygiene
** Associate in Arts Degree **
|A Pathway To:
Brevard Community College
|ENC 1101, English Composition I||3||ENC 1102, English Composition II||3||MCB 2010, Microbiology||3|
|CHM 1045, General Chemistry I||3||BSC 1010, Principles of Biology I with Lab||3||MCB 2010L, Microbiology Lab||1|
|CHM 1045L, General Chemistry I Lab||1||BSC 1010L, Principles of Biology I Lab||1|
|Student Success Competency||3||CGS 1100, Computer Applications||3|
|MAC 1105, College Algebra||3||MGF 1106, Math for Liberal Arts||3|
|BSC 1085, Anatomy & Physiology I||3||BSC 1086, Anatomy & Physiology II||3||Elective||3|
|BSC 1085L, Anatomy & Physiology I Lab||1||BSC 1085L, Anatomy & Physiology II Lab||1||Elective||1|
|PHI 2600, Intro to Ethics||3||SYG 1000, Introduction to Sociology||3|
|PSY 2012, General Psychology||3||Humanities||3|
|Overall total credit hours: 60
|Suggested Electives: DEP 2004 – Human Growth and Development, CHM 1033 – Chemistry for Health Science, PHI 2010 – Introduction to Philosophy, LIS 2004 – Introduction to Internet Research
Humanities Core (Choose One): Literature – LIT, AML
The Associate in Arts degree is designed primarily to meet the requirements for a student to transfer to the upper division level of college or university to continue to work toward a bachelor’s degree.
For undergraduate admission to a state university, students must have earned two years of sequential foreign language at the high school level, or complete (with passing grades) at least 8 semester hours at a previous college or university (as required by Florida Statute 240.233).
The courses listed on this sheet are only a guide. Following these tracks does not guarantee admission into a university. Course requirements may change each year. You are responsible and encouraged to work closely with your advisor.
For more information, contact the Office of Advising Services at 305-809-3196.