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2022-2023 Catalog/Student Handbook 
    
2022-2023 Catalog/Student Handbook [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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Diane Henderson 434-736-2037

Tom Scales 434-949-1087

 

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Required Courses


First Semester


Total Credits: 14


Second Semester


  • 3 credit(s)
  • Transferable course for General Education or Major 3 credit(s)
  • MTH approved transfer course or approved transfer course6  3 credit(s)
  • Science with lab approved transfer course3  4 credit(s)
  • HUM/ART/Literaturre approved transfer course7  3 credit(s)

Total Credits: 16


Third Semester


Total Credits: 15


Fourth Semester


Total Credits: 15


Total Credits for Degree: 60


1Fulfills the requirement to select one from ECO 201, ECO 202, GEO 210, PLS 135, PSY 200, SOC 200

2Select one from one of the subcategories: Quantitative/Statistics Pathway (MTH 154, MTH 245), Calculus Pathway (MTH 161/162*, MTH 263, MTH 264) while abiding by prerequisites

3Select one from BIO 101, BIO 102, CHM 101, CHM 111, CHM 112, GOL 105, PHY 100, PHY 201, PHY 202 while abiding by prerequisites

4Fulfills the requirement where a student can select one from any footnoted list or take CST 110

5Select one from HIS 101, HIS 102, HIS 111, HIS 112, HIS 121, HIS 122

6If MTH 161 was selected from footnote list 2, take MTH 162.  Otherwise, select a course from any footnoted list, or select CST 110

7Select one from one of the subcategories: Art (ART 101, CST 151), Humanities (HUM 201, HUM 202, HUM 210, PHI 220, REL 230), or Literature (ENG 246, ENG 250, ENG 255, ENG 258, ENG 275)

8Select one from one of the subcategories NOT chosen from the list in footnote 7.  You cannot choose two courses from the same subcategory.

9Select transferrable courses in consultation with your advisor and the institution to which you wish to transfer.

*MTH 161/162 should only be taken by students preparing for calculus or for four-year degree programs that require study in College Algebra/PreCalc. Precalculus may not satisfy general education and may not receive transfer credit. 

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