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Associate of Arts & Sciences

The Associate of Arts & Sciences degree programs of study-Business Administration, Education, General Studies, and Science-are designed for students who plan to transfer to a four-year college or university to complete a baccalaureate degree program, usually the Bachelor of Arts or the Bachelor of Science degree. You are urged to acquaint yourself with the requirements of the major department in the institution to which transfer is being considered and to work closely with faculty advisors and counselors in planning an appropriate program. 

The Associate of Arts & Sciences degree also prepares you to enter pre-professional programs in the areas of Dentistry, Law, Medical Technology, Medicine, Pharmacy, Physical Therapy, and Radiologic Technology.

Degree Programs
Mountain Empire Community College offers four programs of study for students who plan to transfer to a four-year college or university to complete a bachelor's degree: Business Administration; General Studies; Education; and Science. These programs of study are designed to meet the "core" courses or general education requirement for bachelor's degrees.

Click here for more information on the following AA&S degree majors:

 

Your faculty advisor in the Arts and Sciences Department is familiar with transfer policies and will be able to assist you in selecting classes that will be credited at the institution of your choice. Please be advised that transfer requirements change often and will depend on your choice of transfer institution, your choice of program/major, and other factors. Frequent contact with your faculty advisor will help make your transfer experience as smooth as possible.

Information on transferring to a four-year college or university.

Contact Information

Arts and Sciences Division
Godwin Hall,
1st Floor, Room G104

Arts and Sciences Division    
Carolyn Reynolds, Dean creynolds@mecc.edu (276) 523-7460
Angela Lester, Division Secretary alester@mecc.edu (276) 523-7460
Dana Defoor, Division Secretary ddefoor@mecc.edu (276) 523-2400 ext. 231

Name Discipline E-mail 276-523-2400
ext.
Office

Allgyer, Mr. Chris

Mathematics

callgyer@mecc.edu

320 Godwin 222

Bailey, Dr. Joel

Reading, Speech

jbailey@mecc.edu

221

Godwin 109

Baker, Mr. Smitty

Psychology

sbaker@mecc.edu 

238

Godwin 217

Brown, Ms. Sylvia

Mathematics

sbrown@mecc.edu

353

Godwin 113

Burkart, Dr. Carol

Biology

cburkart@mecc.edu

289

Godwin 243

Gilliam, Ms. Sarah

English

sgilliam@mecc.edu

242

Godwin 206

Harrington, Ms. Alice

Art

aharrington@mecc.edu

247

Robb 209

Hunek, Dr. Jozsef

Chemistry

jhunek@mecc.edu

317

Godwin 237

Jessee, Mr. Gary

Mathematics

gjessee@mecc.edu

252

Godwin 111

Martinez, Ms. Brandi English  bmartinez@mecc.edu   690 Godwin 224
Matyushin, Mr. Vadim Mathematics vmatyushin@mecc.edu 258 Godwin 223
Oaks, Ms. Miranda       Mathematics moaks@mecc.edu 230  Godwin 108

Quillen, Ms. Rita

English

rquillen@mecc.edu

352

Godwin 218

Richards, Ms. Janet           English      jrichards@mecc.edu 295 Godwin 205

Scanlan, Mr. Kyle

History, Political Science

kscanlan@mecc.edu

263

Godwin 205

Strength, Dr. Walter (Jim)

Biology

wstrength@mecc.edu

272

Godwin 221

Strouth, Mr. Mike

History

mstrouth@mecc.edu

234

Godwin 116

Sumpter, Ms. Carolyn

Physical Education

csumpter@mecc.edu

319

Godwin 128

Tucker, Dr. Ken

Sociology, Geography

ktucker@mecc.edu

315

Godwin 114

Whisman, Mr. Derek English  dwhisman@mecc.edu 260 Godwin 115
Wright, Mr. Frank Mathematics, Physics fwright@mecc.edu 229  Godwin 112


Mission


The mission of Arts and Sciences is to promote a climate that nurtures and values lifelong learning; provides challenging, current, interdisciplinary instruction which fosters excellence for both students and faculty; provides quality advising that recognizes personal, transfer, and career goals; and, through partnerships with other segments of education, develops literate, responsible, productive citizens.

Vision

The vision of the Arts and Sciences Division is to foster a creative and collegial atmosphere in which excellence in our faculty and staff stimulates the quest for excellence in our students.

 

Last updated: 1/28/2014 12:17:01 PM