LIFE SCIENCE A.S.: 412A
Total Credits: 60 - 61
Catalog Editions 12-13 through 13-14
Name: Date: ID#
GENERAL EDUCATION FOUNDATION & DISTRIBUTION COURSES
GENERAL EDUCATION: FOUNDATION COURSES
COURSE
HRS
GRADE
English Foundation (EN 102 or EN 109)*  
3
 
Math Foundation
MA 180 or MA181
4
 
Speech Foundation (SP 108 or SP 112)  
3
 
Health Foundation (HLHF)  
1
 
 
GENERAL EDUCATION: DISTRIBUTION COURSES
COURSE
HRS
GRADE
Arts Distribution (ARTD)  
3
 
Humanities Distribution (HUMD)  
3
 
Behavioral / Social Science Distribution (BSSD)  
3
 
Behavioral / Social Science Distribution (BSSD)  
3
 
Natural Sciences Distribution with Lab (NSLD)
BI 107
4
 
Natural Sciences Distribution with Lab (NSLD)
CH 101
4
 
         
CURRICULUM REQUIREMENTS (29 CREDITS)
COURSE
HRS
GRADE
ELECTIVES (SELECT AT LEAST 29 CREDIT HOURS)
     
FROM THE FOLLOWING COURSES:
     
BI 108, BI 203, BI 204, BI 205, BI 207, BI 209 or BI 222,
     
BI 230, CH 102, CH 203, CH 204, EN 101, MA 181,
     
MA 182, PH 161 or PH 203, PH 204 or PH 262)
     
       
       
       
       
       
       
  Note: Overall GPA of 2.0 is required
Global & Cultural Perspectives Requirement:     Total Credits:  
* EN 101, if needed, for EN 102/109 or general elective  
* The two behavioral and social sciences courses MUST be in different disciplines  

The life science track is a transfer program that provides the first two years of courses necessary for a four-year baccalaureate degree in one of the life sciences. Working closely with a counselor or adviser, students will be able to tailor their program of study to fit the needs of most if not all colleges and universities offering a degree in biology or the biological sciences. Also, students planning to transfer to a four-year institution prior to attending medical, dental, veterinary, physical therapy, podiatry, or chiropractic school will find all or most of the prerequisite courses needed for admission to these professional schools. Finally, students planning to transfer to pharmacy, medical technology, or optometry school programs that accept students after two years of undergraduate education will find all the courses needed for admission into these programs.

Students are strongly advised to work closely with a biology or chemistry faculty member or an academic transfer counselor in order to select courses that will prevent or minimize the loss of credits upon transfer. .

Last modified: July 2013
This unofficial document is for planning purposes ONLY and completion does not guarantee graduation.
See an advisor to submit an Application for Graduation the semester BEFORE you intend to graduate.
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