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Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) Degree Requirements

This degree is for students who intend to pursue employment upon graduation. Students must meet the general education requirements listed on the pages under their chosen Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) Degree. Students should consult with their Academic Advisor when selecting courses. The following guidelines should serve as only reference.

General Education Requirements

A. Communications

ENG 101Rhetoric I

3

ENG 102Rhetoric II

3

SPE 101Principles of Public Speaking

3

B. Behavioral/Social Sciences

ANT 101Introduction to Anthropology

3

ANT 102Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

3

ECO 101Principles of Economics I-Macroeconomics

3

ECO 102Principles of Economics Ii-Microeconomic

3

GEG 105World Regional Geography

3

GEG 110

GEG 125Geography of the Eastern World

3

HIS 105American History to 1865

3

HIS 106American History From 1865

3

HIS 140

POL 201United States National Government

3

POL 202State+local Govt

3

PSY 101Intro to Psychology

3

PSY 201Social Psychology

3

PSY 202Abnormal Psychology

3

PSY 210Child Growth & Development

3

PSY 211Adolescent Psychology

3

PSY 215Life Span: Survey of Human Dev

3

SOC 100Intro to Sociology

3

SOC 101The Family

3

SOC 102Social Problems

3

SOC 201Minority Group Relations

3

SOC 220Introduction to Social Work

3

SSC 140

C. Science and Mathematics

BIO 100Introducing Biology

3

BIO 102Introduction to Biology

4

BIO 106A & P for Allied Health Profes

3

BIO 110Biology: a Cellular Approach

5

BIO 111Biology: a Systems Approach

5

BIO 140Introduction to Marine Ecology

3

BIO 150Heredity & Society

3

BIO 152Anatomy & Physiology (therapies)

5

BIO 160Plants & Society

3

BIO 161Plants & Society Laboratory

1

BIO 202Environmental Biology

3

BIO 203Anatomy & Physiology I

4

BIO 204Anatomy & Physiology II

4

BIO 212Microbiology

4

CHM 100Fundamentals ofChemistry

4

CHM 101Introduction to Chemistry I

4

CHM 102Introduction to Chemistry II

4

CHM 105General Chemistry I

5

CHM 106General Chemistry II

5

CHM 205Organic Chemistry I

5

CHM 206Organic Chemistry II

5

CPS 101Informational Technologies

2

CPS 111Business Computer Systems

3

CPS 122Multimedia Applications

3

CPS 200C++ Programming

3

CPS 210

3

GEG 101Physical Geography

5

GEL 101Physical Geology

4

MAT 102General Education Mathematics

4

MAT 105College Algebra

4

MAT 110College Trig

3

MAT 120Math/Elem School Teachers I

4

MAT 121Math/Elem School Teachers II

4

MAT 124Finite Mathematics

4

MAT 141Statistics

4

MAT 181Discrete Mathematics

3

MAT 201Calculus I

5

MAT 202Calculus II

5

MAT 203Calculus III

4

MAT 215Differ Equations

3

MAT 224Calculus for Business & Soc Sc

4

PHS 101Astronomy

3

PHS 103Physical Science I

4

PHY 101General Physics I

5

PHY 102General Physics II

5

PHY 105Physics I

5

PHY 205Physics II

5

PHY 206Physics III

5

D. Humanities

ART 1012-D Fundamentals

3

ART 1023-D Fundamentals

3

ART 103Drawing I

3

ART 104Drawing II

3

ART 105Painting I

3

ART 107Watercolor

3

ART 111Sculpture I

3

ART 113Ceramics I

3

ART 115Photography I

3

ART 116Photography II

3

ART 117Digital Photography

3

ART 120Art Appreciation

3

ART 125Art History I Prehistoric/Goth

3

ART 126Art History II Renaissance & B

3

ART 127Art History III the Modern Wor

3

ART 130Introduction to Digital Art

3

ART 131Graphic Design I

3

ART 203Figure Drawing I

3

ART 204Figure Drawing II

3

ART 205Painting II

3

ART 211Sculpture II

3

ART 213Ceramics II

3

ART 217Indigenous Art

3

ART 220Latin America Traditions in Ar

3

ENG 211Introduction to Literature

3

ENG 215American Literature I

3

ENG 216American Literature II

3

ENG 218US Latino/Hispanic Literature

3

HIS 103Early Western Civilization

3

HIS 104Modern Western Civilization

3

HUM 150Humanities Through the Arts

3

HUM 151Humanities: History & Philosophy and Lit

3

HUM 153Survey of Film History

3

HUM 154Latin American Culture

3

MUS 100Music Appreciation

3

MUS 101History of Music: Pre-20th Century

3

MUS 102History of Music: 20th Century

3

MUS 103

MUS 104

MUS 105Introduction to American Music

3

MUS 106Trends in Modern American Music

3

MUS 107

MUS 108World Music Survey

3

MUS 109

MUS 110Music Theory 1

3

MUS 111Music Theory 2

3

MUS 115Ear Training & Sight Singing I

1

MUS 116Ear Trn & Sight Sign II

1

MUS 121College Choir

1

MUS 122College Singers 1

1

MUS 123Popular Music Ensemble

1

MUS 127Community Chorus

1

MUS 128Symphonic Orchestra I

1

MUS 129Concert Band 1

1

MUS 130Private Applied Piano Music Major 1

2

MUS 131Private Applied Piano Non-Major 1

1

MUS 160Private Applied Piano Music Major 2

2

MUS 180Introduction to Media Production

3

MUS 210Music Theory 3

3

MUS 211Music Theory 4

3

MUS 215Ear Training & Sight Singing II

1

MUS 216Ear Trn+sight Sing IV

1

PHI 125World Religions in Global Context

3

PHI 126Introduction to Ethics

3

PHI 180Social Ethics

3

PHI 201Philosophy

3

PHI 202

SPE 115Oral Interpretation

3

SPN 101Beginning Spanish I

4

SPN 102Beginning Spanish II

4

SPN 120Basic Spanish for Professionals

3

SPN 121Spanish for Healthcare Professionals

3

SPN 130Spanish for Heritage Speakers

4

SPN 201Intermediate Spanish I

4

SPN 202Intermediate Spanish II

4

SPN 215Spanish Conversation & Composition I

3

SPN 216Spanish Conv & Comp II

3

SPN 220Cult. & Civil. of Latin Americ

3

SPN 225Spanish American Literature I

3

SPN 226Spanish American Literature Ii

3

THR 107Theatre Practice Seminar

3

THR 108The Theatre Experience

3

THR 110Introduction to Theatre

3

THR 112Theatre Practicum

2

THR 113Summer Theatre Practicum

2

THR 125Fundamentals of Acting

3

E. Health, Technology and College Readiness

CPS 101Informational Technologies

2

CPS 111Business Computer Systems

3

CPS 122Multimedia Applications

3

CPS 200C++ Programming

3

CPS 210

3

CSS 100College Study Seminar

3

PEC 101Adaptive Physical Education

1

PEC 131Softball

1

PEC 132Volleyball

1

PEC 133Power Volleyball

1

PEC 139Golf

1

PEC 140Golf II

1

PEC 155Aerobic Exercise

1

PEC 158Basketball

1

PEC 159Advanced Basketball

1

PEC 171Physical Fitness

1

PEC 172Advanced Physical Fitness

1

PEC 173Weight Training

1

PEC 174Advanced Weight Training

1

PEC 175Circuit Training

1

PEC 176Advanced Circuit Training

1

PEC 177Weight Control & Exercise

1

PEC 178Soccer

1

PEC 180Intro to Physical Ed

2

PEC 181Jogging & Power Walking for Fi

1

PEC 183Baseball

1

PEC 184

PEC 185

PEC 190Sports Officiating

2

PEC 200Leadership in Team/Indiv Sport

2

PEH 101Personal & Community Health

2

PEH 102First Aid

2

PEH 103Nutrition

2

PEH 104Foundations of Health & Fitnes

2

PEH 105Wellness

2

PEC 140: Advanced

Other Requirements

  • Complete the specific program requirements listed under Career Curricula. Any substitution of courses requires written approval of the appropriate academic dean.
  • Complete a minimum of half of all occupational course work in a specific program at Morton College.