|Italicized courses are recommended to be taken for elective credits.|
|ENG 101||English Composition I+||3|
|MAT 180||Calculus & Analytic Geometry I+||5|
|CHM 115||General Chemistry I **||5|
|COL 101||College Success Seminar
|ENG 102||English Composition II||3|
|CHM 116||General Chemistry II**||5|
|Natural Science (Biology)||3-4|
|CHM 240||Organic Chemistry I ++||3|
|CHM 122||Quantitative Analysis||3|
|Social Science-Group I||3|
|SPE 101||Oral Communications||3|
|Social Science (Group II)||3|
|Humanities (Group I)||3|
|CHM 241/243||Organic Chemistry II and Organic Chemistry Lab I ++||5|
|COL 299||Sophomore Portfolio Assessment||1|
|Total Hours Required For Graduation||64|
* Many universities require three semesters in one foreign language for a Bachelor of Arts degree. German is recommended. Check with your transfer institution to see if a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science best meets your career and educational goals.
** Starting Fall 2010, General Chemistry changed numbers and formats as such:
|Starting Fall 2010||Before Fall 2010|
|CHM 115 (5)||CHM 110 (3) and 113 (2)|
|CHM 116 (5)||CHM 111 (3) and 114 (2)|
++ Students need to be aware that most colleges want Chemistry majors to take Calculus I and II and Physics I in the first two years of college. Students who would like to take Calculus II and Physics I at SCC, in addition to the courses listed above, should contact their transfer institution to see if taking additional coursework beyond the Associate of Arts degree would be accepted as credit toward their Bachelor's degree.
^ Students who determine their major field of study and transfer institution are in the best position to take appropriate transfer courses at SCC. Generally courses taken that meet the Associate of Arts Degree requirements are readily accepted by Missouri four-year institutions and meet the general education requirements at many public four-year institutions. However, some four-year institutions are more strict than others in accepting credits. Consequently, students should contact their transfer institution for final determination of transferability. Should you experience difficulty transferring your SCC coursework to another institution, contact the Vice President for Student Services for assistance with an appeal to the receiving institution.
Students wanting to earn an Associate of Arts Degree are responsible for completing the graduation requirements for the college catalog in effect at the time of their initial enrollment or any subsequent catalog provided the student does not discontinue enrollment for two consecutive semesters (excluding summer) or more. Students who discontinue enrollment for two consecutive semesters or more are required to follow the catalog in effect at the time of their return.
For more information call 636-922-8241.
Administration Building, Room 2442