University Parallel - Public Administration - AS

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FIRST SEMESTER

Course Notes Credits mc
ENGL 1010
English Composition I
   3
COMM 2025
Fundamentals of Communication
   3
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Humanities/Fine Arts
   3
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Humanities/Fine Arts
   3
PSYC 1030
Introduction to Psychology
   3
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SECOND SEMESTER

Course Notes Credits mc
ENGL 1020
English Composition IISuccessive Courses
Prereq:  ENGL 1010 3
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Mathematics
  3
POLS 1030
American Government
  3
PSYC 2130
Lifespan Development Psychology
  3
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Social/Behavioral Sciences
  3
Semester Credits   15  

THIRD SEMESTER

Course Notes Credits mc
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LiteratureSuccessive Courses
Prereq:  ENGL 1020  3
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Natural Science
   4
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History
   3
SOCI 1040
Social Problems
   3
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Elective
ECON 2100 or ECON 2200 recommended  3
Semester Credits    16  

FOURTH SEMESTER

Course Notes Credits mc
POLS 2040
Diversity if Socio-Politics
  3
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History
  3
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Natural Sciences
  4
POLS 1040
Internship
  3
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Elective
ECON 2100 or ECON 2200 recommended 3
Semester Credits   16  

 

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General Advising Notes

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2019-2021

This program is designed to transfer.

General Advising Notes

 Students should check course recommendations with the college or university to which they intend to transfer for a baccalaureate degree. The receiving institution always makes the final decision about transferability of credits.

Criminal and/or other types of background check, possibly at the students expense, may be a requirement of some courses in this degree program. The ability to complete cooperative training, internships, field experiences, and educational practicums may be based on the results of these background checks. This could result in your inability to successfully complete course/program requirements.

ENGL1010 and ENGL 0810
ACAD 1100 and READ 0810
MATH 1530 and MATH 0530

Milestone Courses

Based on prior students’ experience, students who do well in these courses are more likely to graduate on time in this program

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