For students transferring to 4-year colleges or universities to complete a bachelor’s degree.

Business Administration

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Business Administration Major (216)

PROGRAM OF STUDY
FIRST YEAR FALL

Course # Course Title Credit
ENG 111 College Composition I 3
HIS 101 or 121 History of Western Civilization I or United States History I 3
MTH 161 Pre-Calculus I 3
Science  

Biology, Chemistry, or Physics ⁴

4
SDV 100 College Success Skills 1
FIRST YEAR SPRING
ITE 119 Information Literacy³  
ENG 112 College Composition II 3
HIS 102 or 122 History of Western Civilization II or United States History II 3
MTH 261 or 162 Applied Calculus or Pre Call II 3
Science  

Biology, Chemistry, or Physics ⁴

4
SECOND YEAR FALL
HLT/PED   Health/Physical Education 1
ACC 211 Principles of Accounting I 3
ECO 201 Principles of Economics I  3
ENG   Literature (241, 243, 251)2 3
CST 100 or 105 Principles of Public Speaking or Oral Communication 3
    College Transfer Elective 3
SECOND YEAR SPRING
ACC 212 Principles of Accounting II 3
ACC 202 Principles of Economics II¹ 3
ENG   Literature (242,244 or 252)2 3
    College Transfer Electives 6
Total Program Credits 61

*Please consult with your advisor on the availability of courses and possible prerequisites and course substitutions.

¹ In addition to the economics requirements for the community colleges, students are advised to complete a Political Science and Psychology course, or a full year of a sophomore social science if required by the four-year college or university to which you plan to transfer. ² At least one semester of World Literature (ENG 251-252) is recommended.
³ All students pursuing an Associate of Arts and Sciences degree must demonstrate information literacy by completing ITE 119, by satisfying the terms of an articulation agreement, or by establishing competency on an approved assessment test. ⁴ Students should consult with their academic advisor to select courses required by their desired degree at their transfer institution.

 

General Studies

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General Studies (697)

PROGRAM OF STUDY
FIRST YEAR FALL

Course # Course Title Credit
ENG 111 College Composition I 3
HIS 101 or 121 History of Western Civilization I or United States History I 3
MTH 154 or 161 Mathematics for the Liberal Arts I or Pre-calculus I 3 3
Science  

Biology, Chemistry, or Physics ⁴

4
SDV 100 College Success Skills 1
FIRST YEAR SPRING
ITE 119

Information Literacy ²

3
ENG 112 College Composition II 3
HIS 102 or 122 History of Western Civilization II or United States History II 3
MTH 254 or 162 Statistics I or Pre-calculus II3 3
Science   Biology, Chemistry or Physics II4 4
SECOND YEAR FALL
    Social Science Elective1 3
    Humanities Elective4 3
CST 100 or 105 Principles of Public Speaking or Oral Communication 3
    College Transfer Electives 6
SECOND YEAR SPRING
HLT/PED   Health/Physical Education 1
    Social Science Elective1 3
    Humanities Elective4 3
    College Transfer Electives 9
Total Program Credits 61

*Please consult with your advisor on the availability of courses and possible prerequisites and course substitutions.

1 Students should consult the social science requirements of the institution to which they are transferring. Social sciences include: Economics, Political Science, Psychology, Geography, and Sociology. 2 All students pursuing an Associate of Arts and Sciences must demonstrate information literacy by completing ITE 119, by satisfying the terms of an articulation agreement, or by establishing competency on an assessment test.3 Students may select MTH 157 or MTH 271 if appropriate to their transfer institution. 4Students should consult with their academic advisor to select courses required by their desired degree at their transfer institution.  

General Studies – Software Engineering Specialization

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General Studies
Software Engineering Specialization (697-09)

PROGRAM OF STUDY
FIRST YEAR FALL

Course # Course Title Credit
ENG 111 College Composition I 3
HIS 101 History of Western Civilization I 3
MTH 161 Pre-Calculus I 3
ITE 119 Information Literacy1 3
    Approved Social Science 3
SDV 100 College Success Skills 1
FIRST YEAR SPRING
ENG 112 College Composition II 3
HIS 102 History of Western Civilization II 3
MTH 245 Statistics I 3
MTH 162 Pre-Calculus II 3
    Approved Social Science 3
HLT/PED   Health/Physical Education 1
SECOND YEAR FALL
ENG   English Survey 3
PHY 201

General College Physics I

4
CST 115 Technical Writing 3
ITP 132 C++ Programming I 3
MTH 263 Calculus I 4
SECOND YEAR SPRING
HUM   Humanities Elective 3
MTH 264 Calculus II 4
ITP 232 C++ Programming II 3
PHY 202 General College Physics II 4
Total Program Credits 63

*Please consult with your advisor on the availability of courses and possible prerequisites and course substitutions.

1 In addition to the economics requirements for the community colleges, students are advised to complete a Political Science and Psychology course, or a full year of a sophomore social science if required by the four-year college or university to which you plan to transfer. 2 At least one semester of World Literature (ENG 251-252) is recommended. 3 All students pursuing an Associate of Arts & Sciences degree must demonstrate information literacy by completing ITE 119, by satisfying the terms of an articulation agreement, or by establishing competency on an approved assessment test.

Pre-Teacher

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Pre-Teacher Education Major
Pk-8, PK-6, Middle School Special Education (624)

PROGRAM OF STUDY
FIRST YEAR FALL

Course #

Course Title

Credit

ENG

111

College Composition I

3

HIS

101 or 121

History of Western Civilization I or U.S. History I

3

MTH

161

Pre-Calculus I or higher MTH

3

Science

 

Biology, Chemistry, or Physics ⁴

4

SDV

100

College Success Skills

1

FIRST YEAR SPRING

ITE

119

Information Literacy2

3

ENG

112

College Composition II

3

HIS

102 or 122

History of Western Civilization II or U.S. History II

3

Science

Biology, Chemistry, or Physics ⁴

3

 MTH 162

Pre-Calculus II or higher MTH

3

SECOND YEAR FALL

CST 100 or 105

Principles of Public Speaking or Oral Communication

3

ENG

Literature (241, 243, or 251) ¹

3

Science

Biology, Chemistry, or Physics ⁴

4

MTH

263

Calculus I or approved MTH

4

 

College Transfer Elective

3

SECOND YEAR SPRING

HLT/PED  

Health/Physical Education

1

ENG

Literature (242, 244, or 252) ¹

3

Science  

Biology, Chemistry, or Physics ⁴

4

MTH

264

Calculus II or approved MTH

3

Social Science Elective ²

4

Total Program Credits

62

*Please consult with your advisor on the availability of courses and possible prerequisites and course substitutions.

1Select according to requirements of transfer institution. Contact your advisor to determine appropriate course selections. Consult the MECC website for up-to-date guidelines on Teacher Education and for information related to the teaching profession. Every student getting an Associate of Arts and Sciences degree must demonstrate information literacy by completing ITE 119, by satisfying the terms of an articulation agreement or by establishing competency on an assessment test.

Science

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Science Major (881)

PROGRAM OF STUDY
FIRST YEAR FALL

Course # Course Title Credit
ENG 111 College Composition I 3
HIS 101 or 121 History of Western Civilization I or United States History I 3
MTH 163 Pre-Calculus I or higher MTH 3
Science   Biology, Chemistry or Physics  I4  4
SDV 100 College Success Skills 1
FIRST YEAR SPRING
ITE 119 Information Literacy3 3
ENG 112 College Composition II 3
HIS 102 or 122 History of Western Civilization II or United States History II 3
Science   Biology, Chemistry, or Physics II4 4
MTH 164 Pre-Calculus II or higher MTH 3
SECOND YEAR FALL
CST 100 or 105 Principles of Public Speaking or Oral Communication 3
ENG   Literature (241, 243, or 251) 1 3
 Science   BIO, CHEM, or Physics I 4
MTH 273 Calculus I or approved MTH 4
    College Transfer Elective 3
SECOND YEAR SPRING
HLT/PED   Health/Physical Education 1
ENG   Literature (242, 244, or 252) 3
 Science   BIO, CHEM or Physics II4 4
MTH 274 Calculus II or approved MTH 4
    Approved Social Science2 3
Total Program Credits 62

*Please consult with your advisor on the availability of courses and possible prerequisites and course substitutions.

1 At least one semester of World Literature (ENG 251-252) is recommended. 2 Students should consult the social science requirements of the institution to which they are transferring. Social sciences include: Economics, Political Science, Psychology, Geography, and Sociology. 3 All students pursuing an Associate of Arts & Sciences degree must demonstrate information literacy by completing ITE 119, by satisfying the terms of an articulation agreement, or by establishing competency on an approved assessment test. ⁴ Students should consult with their academic advisor to select courses required by their desired degree at their transfer institution.

Science – Engineering

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Science – Engineering Specialization (881-01)

PROGRAM OF STUDY
FIRST YEAR FALL

Course # Course Title Credit
ENG 111 College Composition I 3
HIS 101 or 121 History of Western Civilization I or United States History I 3
    Approved Social Science Elective 2 3
CHM 111 College Chemistry I 4
MTH 263 Calculus I 4
SDV 100 College Success Skills 1
FIRST YEAR SPRING
ENG 112 College Composition II 3
HIS 102 or 122 History of Western Civilization II or United States History II 3
EGR 140 Engineering Mechanics – Statics (or approved engineering elective) 3
MTH 264 Calculus II 4
EGR 120 Introduction to Engineering (or approved engineering elective) 1
SECOND YEAR FALL
ENG  

Literature (241, 243, or 251) ¹  ( or Approved Humanities Elective)

3
PHY 241 University Physics I 4
MTH 265 Calculus III 4
EGR 245

Engineering Mechanics – Dynamics or approved engineering elective

3
 ITP 132 C++Programming I 3 3
HLT/PED   Health/Physical Education 1
SECOND YEAR SPRING
ENG   Literature (241, 243, or 251) ¹  ( or Approved Humanities Elective) 3
MTH 266 Linear Algebra 3
MTH 267 Differential Equations 3
PHY 242 University Physics II 4
EGR 246 Mechanics of Materials (or approved engineering elective) 3
Total Program Credits 66

*Please consult with your advisor on the availability of courses and possible prerequisites and course substitutions.

1 At least one semester of World Literature (ENG 251-252) is recommended. 2 Students should consult the social science requirements of the institution to which they are transferring. Social sciences include: Economics, Political Science, Psychology, Geography, and Sociology. 3 All students pursuing an Associate of Arts & Sciences degree must demonstrate information literacy by completing ITE 119, by satisfying the terms of an articulation agreement, or by establishing competency on an approved assessment test.