LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES: Emphasis in MATHEMATICS & SCIENCEAssociate in Arts Degree

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LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES:
Emphasis

in MATHEMATICS
& SCIENCE

Associate in Arts Degree


Major Units: 18

Requi rements for the Associ ate i n Arts degree i n
Li beral
Arts and Sci ences:

Emphasi s i n Mathemati cs & Sci ence

may
be met by compl eti ng
18 uni ts
of Requi red Courses wi th a
“C” or better al ong wi th general educati on courses meeti ng
Pl an A

graduati on requi rements. Informati on on the Pl an A
requi rements may be found i n the catal og under
Graduati on/Transfer Requi rements.


The sci ence courses i n thi s category exami ne the physi cal
uni verse, i ts l i fe forms, and i ts natural phenomena. These
cours
es assist the student i n devel opi ng an appreci ati on of
the sci enti fi c method and encourage an understandi ng of
the rel ati onshi ps between sci ence and other human
acti vi ti es. The mathemati cs courses encourage the
understandi ng of mathemati cal concepts throug
h the
devel opment of quanti tati ve reasoni ng ski l ls. Thi s area of
emphasi s provi des students wi th l ower
-
di vi sion
preparati on for a vari ety of majors wi thi n the sci enti fi c
di sci plines, i ncluding astronomy, bi ol ogy, chemi stry, and
physi cs, as wel l as preparat
ion for mathemati cs majors.
Addi ti onal l y, students may prepare for nursi ng, ki nesi ol ogy,
publ i c heal th, and other heal th sci ence majors. Many of the
courses wi l l assist students i n prerequi si te preparati on for
graduate programs wi thi n the heal th sci ences.



Students pl anni ng for transfer are cauti oned that thi s
curri cul um may not provi de for the compl eti on of l ower
di vi sion requi rements for transfer. Students shoul d consul t
wi th a counsel or for speci fi c i nformation regardi ng an
i ntended major i f transferri n
g to a four
-
year uni versi ty,
refer to
www.assi st.org

for CSU and UC opti ons.


Degree Requirements in
Mathematics &
Sciences:


Select a minimum of 18 units from the following courses.
At least one course must be a mathematics course.

Courses outside of the mathematics discipline that are approved
for the quantitative reasoning requirement on Plans
A may

be
used in lieu of a cours
e with the MATH prefix.


A
NATOMY

1
*

Human Anatomy



4

ANTHRO 101

Human Bi ol ogi cal Evol uti on

3

ASTRON 1

El ementary Astronomy


3

ASTRON 5

Fundamental s of Astronomy Lab

1

BIOLOGY 3

Intro
ducti on

to Bi ol ogy


4

BIOLOGY 6

General Bi ol ogy I



5

BIOLOGY 7

General Bi ol ogy II


5

BIOLOGY 20
**

Human Anatomy
& Physi ol ogy

8

CHEM 51

Fundamental s of Chemi stry

5

CHEM 65

Introductory General Chemi stry

4

CHEM 70

Intro

to
Organi c and Bi ochem
i stry


4









CHEM 101

General Chemi stry I


5

CHEM 102

General Chemi stry II


5

CHEM 211

Organi
c Chemi stry I



5

CHEM 212

Organi c Chemi stry II


5

CHEM 221

Bi ochemi stry for Sci ence Majors

I

5

CHEM T 111

Appl i ed Chemi stry I


5

CHEM T 121

Appl i ed

Chemi stry II


5

ELECTRN 2

Introducti on t
o El ectroni cs

3

ENV SCI 1

The Human Envi ronment


3

GEOG 1


Physi cal Geography


3

GEOLOGY 1

Physi cal Geol ogy



3

GEOLOGY 6

Physi cal Geol ogy Laboratory

2

MATH 215

Pri nci pals
of Mathemati cs I

3

MATH 225

Introductory Stati sti cs


3

MATH 227

Stati sti cs



4

MATH 235

Fi ni te Mathemati cs


5

MATH 236

Cal cul us for Busi ness & Soci al Sci

5

MATH 240

Tri gonometry



3

MATH 245

Col l ege Al gebra



3

MATH 260

Pre
-
Cal cul us



5

MATH 265

Cal cul us wi th Anal yti c Geometry I

5

MATH 266

Cal cul us wi th Anal yti c Geomet
ry II

5

MATH 266

Cal cul us wi th Anal yti c Geometry III

5

MATH 270

El ementary Li near Al gebra


3

MATH 275

Ordi nary Di fferenti al Equati ons

3

MICRO 1

Introductory Mi crobi ol ogy

5


MICRO 20

General Mi crobi ol ogy


4

PHYSICS 1

Mechani cs of Sol i ds


4

PHYSICS 2

Mechani cs; Fl ui ds, Heat, &

Sound

4

PHYSICS 3

El ectri ci ty and magneti sm


4

PHYSICS 4

Opti cs and Modern Physi cs

4

PHYSICS 6

General Physi cs I


4

PHYSICS 7

Ge
n
eral Physi cs II


4

PHYSICS 11

Introductory Physi cs


4


PHYSICS 12

Physi cs
Fundamental s


3

PHYSICS 14

Physi cs Fundamental s Laboratory

1

PHYSIOL 1
***

Intro Human Physi ol ogy


4
P
SYCH

2

Bi ol ogi cal Psychology


3


NOTES:

ANATOMY 1*

effecti ve SP’ 2013

BIOLOGY 20**

Th
r
ough Fal l 2012

PHYSIOL 1***

effecti ve Fal l 2013


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Curri cul um Commi ttee 3/26/2013