AA&S Degree – Concentration in History

This curriculum is designed for students interested in transferring to a four-year institution in degree programs such as history, political science, international studies, and education. The listed sequence of courses provides guidance for students so that they can complete this program of study in the most efficient manner. This sequence assumes that students have met college academic placement and/or other program requirements. Students are strongly urged to contact a college advisor for assistance in developing their plan for enrolling in courses to meet the program of study.

**HUM 110, Graduation Portfolio Development, is a required course for all students in this ​program. This program is part of the Government & Public Administration Career Cluster.

History: 64 Credit Hours
First Semester Courses Credit Hrs.
ENG101 Composition I 3
COM103 Speech Communication 3
  Mathematics 3
  Humanities & Fine Arts 3
  Suggested Major Courses 3
Second Semester Courses Credit Hrs.
ENG102 Composition II 3
REL101 World Religions 3
  Lab Science 4
  Humanities & Fine Arts 3
  Social Behavioral Science 3
Third Semester Courses Credit Hrs.
  Mathematics 3
  Non-Lab Science 3
  Social Behavioral Science 3
  Suggested Major Course 7
Fourth Semester Courses Credit Hrs.
HUM110 Degree Portfolio Development 1
  Health Science 3
  Humanities & Fine Arts 3
  Electives 4
  Suggested Major Course 6
Suggested Courses Credit Hrs.
HIS160 Development of Western Civilization 3
HIS161 Development of Western Civilization 3
HIS260 American History to 1865 3
HIS261 American History from 1865 to the Present 3
POL180 American Government (National) 3
  Education Curriculum Courses**  
*Students should determine elective hours based on major and other requirements.
**Students planning to teach should follow recommended courses in the education curriculum.
Option two shown for Math and Science -- Complete two college-level math courses, one of which must have IAI approval, and two science courses, one a life and the other a physical science course, both must have IAI approval, one must be a lab course.

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