Curriculum Worksheet


CLINTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE
A.A. Liberal Arts & Science/
Humanities & Social Science
Name _________________________

Discipline

Credit

Hours

Course Title

Scheduled

Credits

Earned

SUNY Gen. Ed. Silo Filled

BASIC SKILLS

(If indicated by

Placement Test)

0

RDG 095 Reading Foundations

0

ENG 099 Composition Foundations

0

MAT 096 Arithmetic/MAT 080 Pre-Algebra Supplement

0

MAT 098 Pre-Algebra

ENGLISH

(9 credits required)

3

ENG 101 English Composition

Basic Communication

3

ENG 102 Literature & Composition

Humanities

3

HUMANITIES

(9 credits required

w/ 3 in the arts)

3

The Arts

3

3

SOCIAL SCIENCE

(12 credits required

in at least 3 different

Social Science areas)

3

Social Sciences

3

3

3

*MATH {above 100}

(6 credits required)

3

Mathematics

3

SCIENCE

(8 credits required)

4

Natural Sciences

4

HPE (1 credit Required)

Information Literacy

1

LIB 101 Library Research Skills

Information Mgt.

Electives

(14 credits required)

*MAT 100 counts only as free elective credit. Total Credits Earned _______

Total Credits Required: 60


STUDENTS WHO PLAN TO TRANSFER TO A SUNY BACCALAUREATE PROGRAM – Please see below.


Guide to Humanities/Social Science Curriculum Worksheet


Basic Skills Courses
:

Courses (ENG, MAT, RDG)required as prerequisites if indicated by Placement Test. Count as credit toward load and financial aid, but not toward graduation.

·ENG 099 must be taken concurrently with ENG 101; both courses must be successfully completed in order to fulfill the ENG 101 requirement.


English Courses
:

English 101and 102 are both required. In addition, students need at least one English elective course. All ENG courses with a number above 102 count as English elective credit.


Humanities Electives
:

ART, CHI, COM (except COM 100), ENG above 102 (except ENG235), ESL, FRE, GER, GWS, HIS121, HIS122, HIS132, HUM, MSM118, MSM239, MUS, PHI, SPA, THE

·GWS, HIS121, 122 and 132, and MSM 118 can count as either Humanities or Social Science electives.

·MSM 239 and HUM 110 fulfill the arts requirement, in addition to all courses with an ART, MUS or THE prefix.


Social Sciences
:

ANT, CRI 206, ECO, GEG, GWS, HIS, MSM 118, PSC, PSY, SOC

·GWS, HIS121, 122 and 132, and MSM 118 can count as either Humanities or Social Science electives.


Math
:

Any MAT course with a number above 100.


Science
:

Since 8 credits are required, 4-credit science courses with labs are most appropriate.

All BIO, CHE, ENV101, ENV210, ENV220, GEL, MET, PHY, SCI (except SCI 110)

·Students who receive credit for BIO101 or BIO102 cannot receive science credit for BIO100. BIO100 will only count as free elective credit. BIO100 will count as science credit for students who have not received credit for BIO101 or BIO102.

·Students who receive credit for CHE111 or CHE112 cannot receive science credit for CHE101. CHE101 will only count as free elective credit. CHE101 will count as science credit for students who have not received credit for CHE111 or CHE112.

·Students who receive credit for PHY111 or PHY112 cannot receive science credit for PHY100. PHY100 will only count as free elective credit. PHY100 will count as science credit for students who have not received credit for PHY111 or PHY112.


Health and Physical Education
:

All courses with an HPE or THP prefix.


Information Literacy:

LIB 101(one credit) Library Research Skills


Electives
:

Any college credit course.

COM 100 Communication and Life Skills counts only as elective credit.

FCS 101 Foundations for College Success is suggested.

MAT 100 counts only as free elective credit.


GENERAL EDUCATION & STUDENTS WHO PLAN TO TRANSFER TO A SUNY BACCALAUREATE PROGRAM

SUNY General Education Information for Transfer Students:

To fulfill SUNY General Education Requirements recommended for community colleges, you should include a course from seven of the ten knowledge areas as part of your associate degree requirements. General education requirements vary somewhat from campus to campus; thus, you should check the specific requirements of the institution to which you plan to transfer. For a description of the general education requirements by campus, visit http://www.suny.edu/student/transfer_requirements.cfm

See the college website for an up-to-date listing of general education courses:

www.clinton.edu/GeneralEducation/GeneralEducationRequirementCourses.cxml
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