Associate of Science

Associate of Science

Associate of Science and Associate of Arts degree programs are transfer degrees, and are designed for students who intend to continue their educations after LCCC.  Associate of Arts and Associate of Science degrees do not have specific majors, but can be tailored to apply toward a number of different majors at the bachelor's degree level at the LCCC University Partnership and other universities. 

Universal Graduation Requirement (One (1) semester hour)
SDEV 101 College 101 1
 
Written/Oral Communications (Six (6) semester hours)
(Fulfills C1 English Gen Ed requirement)
ENGL 161 College Composition I (Required) 3
ENGL 162 College Composition II > (Required) OR 3
ENGL 163 College Composition II Special Topics > OR 3
ENGL 164 College Composition II/Technical Topics > 3
CMMC 151 Oral Communications (Optional) 3

Social Sciences (Six (6) semester hours, representing two different disciplines)
(Fulfills C4 Social Science Gen Ed requirement)
ARCH 155 Introduction to Archaeology 3
ECNM 151 Macroeconomics 3
ECNM 152 Microeconomics 3
GPHY 151 Human Geography 3
GPHY 152 Geography of the United States and Canada 3
HSTR 151 Civilization I 3
HSTR 152 Civilization II 3
HSTR 161 United States I 3
HSTR 162 United States II 3
HSTR 171 The World Since 1900  3
HSTR 252 Women in World History   3
HSTR 267 African-American Heritage 3
PLSC 151 Comparative Politics 3
PLSC 155 State and Local Government 3
PLSC 156 American National Government 3
PLSC 157 Contemporary World Problems 3
PSYH 151 Introduction to Psychology 3
PSYH 251 Human Growth and Development > 3
PSYH 253 Child Development > 3
PSYH 254 Adolescent Development > 3
PSYH 255 Adulthood and Aging > 2
PSYH 257 Abnormal Psychology > 3
PSYH 261 Social Psychology > 3
PSYH 263 Personality Theories >  3
PSYH 273 Industrial/Organizational Psychology

3

PSYH 275 Psychology of Gender

3

SOCY 151 Introduction to Sociology 

 3

SOCY 155 Introduction to Archaeology

3

SOCY 161 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology 3
SOCY 255 Family > 3
SOCY 256 Social Problems > 3
SOCY 265 Death and Dying > 2
SOCY 276 Race and Ethnicity >

 3

URBS 155 Introduction to Archaeology

3

URBS 161 Introduction to Urban Studies

4

URBS 210 Introduction to Women's Studies

3

WMST 210 Introduction to Women's Studies

3


Arts and Humanities (Six (6) semester hours, representing two different disciplines)
(Fulfills C5 Humanities Gen Ed requirement)
ARTS 243 Art History I  3
ARTS 244 Art History II 

 3

ARTS 245  World Art 

 3

ARTS 246 History of Photography 

 3

ARTS 254 History of American Architecture 3
ENGL 251 American Literature I > 3
ENGL 252 American Literature II > 3
ENGL 253 Introduction to World Literature > 3
ENGL 254 Intro to Hispanic Literature in Translation >

 3

ENGL 255 Introduction to Fiction > 3
ENGL 257 Introduction to Poetry > 3
ENGL 259 Introduction to Drama > 3
ENGL 261 Masterpieces of British Literature I > 3
ENGL 262 Masterpieces of British Literature II > 3
ENGL 265 Detective Fiction > 3
ENGL 266 African-American Literature > 3
ENGL 267 Children's Literature > 3
ENGL 269 Introduction to Shakespeare > 3
HUMS 151 Introduction to Humanities 3
HUMS 161 Introduction to American Studies: Ohio and Western Reserve 3
HUMS 261 Introduction to Great Books: Ancient World to the Renaissance

3

HUMS 262 Introduction to Great Books: Early Modern to the 20th Century

3

HUMS 263  Introduction to Folklore >

 3

HUMS 271 Introduction to Mythology 3
HUMS 274 Film Appreciation 3
HUMS 281 Introduction to American Cinema

 3

MUSC 261 Music Appreciation 3
MUSC 262 Music as a World Phenomenon 3
PHLY 151 Introduction to Philosophy 3
PHLY 161 Introduction to Ethics 3
PHLY 165 Bioethics 3
PHLY 171 Introduction to Logic 3
PHLY 174 Critical Thinking 3
PHLY 262 Introduction to Eastern Philosophy

3

PHLY 271 Social and Political Philosophy

 3

PHLY 281 Philosophy of Religion 

 3

RELG 181 Introduction to World Religions 3
RELG 182 Introduction to the Study of Religion

3

RELG 251  Exploring the Bible >

 3

RELG 261  Religion in America >

 3

RELG 262 Introduction to Eastern Philosophy

3

RELG 281  Philosophy of Religion 

 3

THTR 151 Introduction to Theater 3
THTR 185 Theater History

 3

YEAR-LONG SEQUENCES: Two, year-long sequences must be selected from those listed below. These sequences may be part of the Mathematics and Science divisional requirements or may be taken as additional coursework. The two, year-long sequences may be selected from more than one discipline.

BIOG 121 and 122
BIOG 151 and 152 (math majors only)
>BIOG 161 and 162
>CHMY 161 and 162
>CHMY 171 and 172
>CHMY 271 and 272
>MTHM 181 and 182
>MTHM 280, 281 and 283
>PHYC 151 and 152
>PHYC 251 and 252
OR a customized sequence approved by the division  

Mathematics and Science (Three (3) semester hours in mathematics and six (6) semester hours in science -- one of which must be a lab (L) science from those listed below)
(Fulfills C2 Mathematics and C3 Natural Science Gen Ed requirements)
ASTY 151 Stars, Galaxies and Cosmology (L) 4
ASTY 152 Solar Systems Astronomy 3
BIOG 121  Anatomy and Physiology I (L) 

 4

BIOG 122  Anatomy and Physiology II (L) >

 4

BIOG 151 General Biology (L) 4
BIOG 152 Human Biology (L) 4
BIOG 159 Aquatic Life (L)  3
BIOG 161 Principles of Biology I (L) 4
BIOG 162 Principles of Biology II (L) 4
BIOG 163 The Microbial World (L) 

 4

BIOG 164 Environmental Monitoring (L)

3

BIOG 165 Introduction to Ecology

3

BIOG 251 General Microbiology (L) > 4
BIOG 260 Botany (L) > 

 4

BIOG 268 Clinical Nutrition >  3
BIOG 275 Genetics > 4
CHMY 155 Chemistry and Society > 3
CHMY 161 General, Organic and Biochemistry I (L) > 4
CHMY 162 General, Organic and Biochemistry II (L) > 4
CHMY 171 General Chemistry I (L) > 5
CHMY 172 General Chemistry II (L) > 5
CHMY 271 Organic Chemistry I (L) > 5
CHMY 272 Organic Chemistry II (L) > 5
MTHM 150 The Art of Mathematical Thinking  3
MTHM 151 College Mathematics > 3
MTHM 162 Mathematics for Elementary Teachers II > 3
MTHM 168 Statistics > 3
MTHM 171 College Algebra > 4
MTHM 172 Precalculus > 3
MTHM 175 College Algebra and Precalculus > 5
MTHM 178 Business Calculus > 4
MTHM 181 Calculus I > 5
MTHM 182 Calculus II > 5
MTHM 270 Discrete Mathematics > 3
MTHM 280 Linear Algebra > 4
MTHM 281 Multivariable Calculus > 4
MTHM 283 Differential Equations > 3
PHYC 151 General Physics I (L) > 5
PHYC 152 General Physics II (L) > 5
PHYC 251 College Physics I (L) > 5
PHYC 252 College Physics II (L) > 5
PSSC 153 Physical Science (L) > 4
PSSC 156 Physical Geology (L)

4

PSSC 157 Historical Geology (L)

4

PSSC 158 Meteorology 3
PSSC 160 Intro to Climate Studies 3
PSSC 161 Earth Science 3
Total Credit Hours: 62 +

GENERAL EDUCATION (GE) REQUIREMENTS:

CORE GE REQUIREMENTS: English (C1), Mathematics (C2), Natural Science (C3), Social Science (C4), and Humanities (C5). Core GE requirements are met by completion of the core curriculum above.
INFUSED GE REQUIREMENTS: Select at least one course for each of the following infused GE requirements: Critical Thinking (IN1),
Communication (IN2), Diversity (IN3), Ethics (IN4), and Health (IN5). Refer to lists on the Associate of Science website at www.lorainccc.edu/as
to make your selections. Please note that any single course may fulfill one or more infused GE requirements.

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AS degree requires completion of a minimum of 39 Transfer Module credits (excluding SDEV 101) and 62 total credits for awarding of the AS degree. Additional courses needed to meet the Transfer Module requirements should be selected from the above lists. The remaining elective credits for the AS degree program can be selected from these or any other courses in the LCCC course catalog. Completion of these requirements includes the State Transfer Module. Choices within these ranges will require careful academic planning and advice. Students should seek assistance from a counselor or advisor before proceeding.

> Indicates that this course has a prerequisite.

Revised    April 2014
Effective   May 2014

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