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2016-2017 College Catalog

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Liberal Arts - A.A. Degree (Transfer)

An Arts and Sciences Area of Study

Application Code 48

For curriculum information, contact the Arts and Humanities Division—Room HVPA-200—443-518-1480.

This curriculum is designed for those who want to study pre-law, journalism, interdisciplinary studies, English, sociology, economics, and other similar disciplines at a four-year school. It gives students the flexibility to pursue a major interest and, at the same time, to fulfill the lower-division general education requirements for transfer to a baccalaureate degree program. Students should seek guidance from advisors and the institution to which they intend to transfer to determine appropriate coursework for specific transfer patterns.

Suggested Semester 1

Course NumberTitleCredits
ENGL-121College Composition

3

-Arts & Humanities Core Group A

3

-Mathematics Core Course

3

-Any General Education Core Course

3

World Language-World Language Course

4

Suggested Semester 2

Course NumberTitleCredits
-Arts & Humanities Core Course

3

-Arts & Sciences Elective

3

-Science Core Course

3

-Social & Behavioral Sciences Core Group A

3

World Language-World Language Course

4

Suggested Semester 3

Course NumberTitleCredits
-Arts & Humanities Core Group B

3

-Ethics Elective

3

-Science Core Course (must include lab)

4

-Social & Behavioral Sciences Core Course

3

Suggested Semester 4

Course NumberTitleCredits
-Arts & Humanities Core Course

3

-Social & Behavioral Sciences Core Group B

3

-Arts & Sciences Elective

3

-Social & Behavioral Sciences Core Course

3

-Any General Education Core Course

3

Total Credit Hours: 60

World Language Sequence requirements vary by institution. At HCC, the World Language Sequence means two sequential foreign language courses in the same language (e.g. SPAN-101 and SPAN-102, or FREN-102 and FREN-201), excluding courses taught in English.

A graduate should be able to

  1. 1. Identify, understand, evaluate, and apply ethical reasoning.
  2. 2. Develop intellectual curiosity, open-mindedness, and tolerance.
  3. 3. Demonstrate awareness of the ways in which people throughout the ages and in different cultures have responded to themselves and their environment, by seeking to clarify the human experience.
  4. 4. Develop perceptual awareness and aesthetic sensitivity as well as a foundation for a life-long relationship with the arts, humanities, and social sciences.