Associate in Science

Note: Courses listed on degree plan are suggested. Students should consult with their advisor concerning their unique transfer decisions.

Total Degree Credits60-61
General Education Courses
Arts & Humanities
General Education Matrix (Arts & Humanities)3
General Education Matrix (Arts & Humanities)3
Written Communications
ENGL 110College Composition I3
ENGL 120College Composition II3
or ENGL 125 Introduction to Professional Writing
Oral Communications
COMM 110Fundamentals of Public Speaking3
Math, Science & Technology
BIOL 150General Biology I 13
BIOL 150LGeneral Biology I Lab 11
BIOL 151General Biology II 13
BIOL 151LGeneral Biology II Lab 11
MATH 103College Algebra3-4
or MATH 146 Applied Calculus I
or MATH 165 Calculus I
General Education Matrix (Science with Lab)4
Social & Behavioral Sciences
PSYC 111Introduction to Psychology3
General Education Matrix (Social & Behavioral Sciences)3
Enrichment Course Matrix - may be fulfilled with applicable Arts & Humanities course2
General Education Matrix - may be fulfilled with applicable Arts & Humanities course or Social & Behavioral Sciences course
Total Credits38-39
Pre-Dentistry Courses22
Select a minimum of 22 credits from the following courses:
BIOL 170General Zoology3
BIOL 170LGeneral Zoology Lab1
BIOL 213General Pathology2
BIOL 220Anatomy and Physiology I 13
BIOL 220LAnatomy and Physiology I Lab 11
BIOL 221Anatomy and Physiology II 13
BIOL 221LAnatomy and Physiology II Lab 11
CHEM 121General Chemistry I 14
CHEM 121LGeneral Chemistry I Lab 11
CHEM 122General Chemistry II 14
CHEM 122LGeneral Chemistry II Lab 11
CHEM 241Organic Chemistry I 14
CHEM 241LOrganic Chemistry I Lab 11
CHEM 242Organic Chemistry II 14
CHEM 242LOrganic Chemistry II Lab1
MICR 202Introductory Microbiology3
MICR 202LIntroductory Microbiology Lab1
PHYS 211College Physics I 13
PHYS 211LCollege Physics I Lab 11
PHYS 212College Physics II 13
PHYS 212LCollege Physics II Lab 11

It is highly recommended to take both semesters of a year-long course at one institution. (Example: CHEM 121/CHEM 121L in the fall followed by CHEM 122/CHEM 122L in the spring.)