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Associate in Arts and Sciences

This program is designed for students who intend to transfer to a four-year college or university.  The student may complete course work equivalent to the first two years of study required for a bachelor’s degree. Unless otherwise indicated,  classes in this program satisfy the articulation agreement with colleges in the University of North Carolina System and are eligible for transfer to four-year degree programs, provided all other requirements for transfer are satisfied.

The curriculum in the College Transfer/Liberal Arts program is designed to meet students needs.  It includes courses in English, humanities/fine arts, foreign languages, mathematics, science, social sciences, and physical education.

The Associate in Arts degree (A.A.) is awarded upon completion of program requirements.  Graduates usually transfer to a senior insitution with junior year status.  Follow up studies show that community college transfer students are generally successful in their studies at senior institutions.

Associate in Arts and Science

Associate in Arts and Science

A10100

A10100

Typical Classes in College Transfer-Associate in Arts:

(This list includes both required classes and elective classes)

ART

111

Art Appreciation

AST

151

General Astronomy I

AST

151A

General Astronomy I Lab

AST

152

General Astronomy II

AST

152A

General Astronomy II Lab

BIO

111

General Biology I

BIO

112

General Biology II

CHM

131

Introduction to Chemistry

CHM

131A

Introduction to Chemistry Lab

CHM

132

Organic and Biochemistry

CHM

151

General Chemistry I

CHM

152

General Chemistry II

CIS

110

Introduction to Computers

CIS

115

Intro. to Prog. & Logic

COM

110

Introduction to Communications

COM

120

Introduction to Interpersonal Communication

COM

231

Public Speaking

DRA

111

Theatre Appreciation

DRA

126

Storytelling

ECO

251

Principles of Microeconomics

ECO

252

Principles of Macroeconomics

ENG

111

Writing and Inquiry

ENG

112

Writing/Research in the Disciplines

ENG

1114

Prof. Research and Reporting

ENG

231

American Literature I

ENG

232

American Literature II

ENG

241

British Literature I

ENG

242

British Literature II

FREE

111

Elementary French I

FREE

112

Elementary French II

HIS

111

World Civilizations I

HIS

131

World Civilizations II

HIS

132

World Civilizations II

HIS

110

American History I

HUM

115

American History II

HUM

1120

American History II

HUM

120

Technology and Society

HUM

120

Critical Thinking

MAT

143

Cultural Studies

MAT

152

Southern Culture

MAT

171

Quantitative Literacy

MAT

172

Statistical Methods I

MAT

271

Precalculus Algebra

MAT

272

Precalculus Trigonometry

MAT

273

Calculus I

MUS

110

Calculus II

MUS

210

Calculus III

PHI

110

Music Appreciation

PHI

210

History of Rock Music

PHI

210

History of Philosophy

PHY

240

Intro. to Ethics

PHY

240

Conceptual Physics

PHY

110A

Conceptual Physics Lab

PHY

151

College Physics I

PHY

152

College Physics II

PHY

251

General Physics I

POL

252

General Physics II

POL

110A

General Psychology

PSY

151

Comparative Government

PSY

152

Psychology of Personality

PSY

251

Developmental Psychology

PSY

252

Abnormal Psychology

REL

210

World Religions

REL

211

Intro. to Old Testament

REL

212

Intro. to New Testament

SOC

210

Intro. to Sociology

SOC

213

Sociology of the Family

SOC

220

Social Problems

SPA

111

Elementary Spanish I

SPA

112

Elementary Spanish II

SPA

211

Intermediate Spanish I

SPA

212

Intermediate Spanish II

Related classes and additional information can be found in the MTCC Catalog.