Major in University Parallel, No Emphasis (A.A./A.S.)
Sample Academic Plan - Total Credit Hours: 60
Program Requirements - Students may be required to take additional Learning Support courses. Courses cannot be used more than once to satisfy program requirements. A. A. degrees require Foreign Language sequence.
First Year - Fall Semester - Credit Hours: 16
First Year - Spring Semester - Credit Hours: 15
Second Year - Fall Semester - Credit Hours: 16
Second Year - Spring Semester - Credit Hours: 13
General Education Requirements (Only When Option Noted Above)
1History Requirement - Select from HIST 2010 , HIST 2020 , HIST 2030 , HIST 2310 , HIST 2320 .
2Humanities/Fine Arts Requirement - Select from ART 1035 , ART 2000 , ART 2020 , ENGL 2160 , ENGL 2860 , HUM 1010 , HUM 1020 , MUS 1030 , PHIL 1030 , PHIL 1040 , PHIL 2200 , THEA 1030 . Literature Options: ENGL 2055 , ENGL 2130 , ENGL 2235 , ENGL 2310 , ENGL 2320 .
3Mathematics Requirement - Select from MATH 1010 , MATH 1130 , MATH 1530 , MATH 1630 , MATH 1710 , MATH 1720 , MATH 1730 , MATH 1830 , MATH 1910 .
4Natural Sciences Requirement - Select from ASTR 1030 , BIOL 1010 , BIOL 1020 , BIOL 1080 (must pair with non-biology course except for BIOL 2010 or BIOL 2020 ), BIOL 1110 , BIOL 1120 , BIOL 2010 , BIOL 2020 , CHEM 1110 , CHEM 1120 , ESCI 1010 , ESCI 1020 , PHYS 2010 , PHYS 2020 , PHYS 2110 , PHYS 2120 , PSCI 1030 .
5Social/Behavioral Science Requirement - Select from ANTH 1230 , ANTH 1430 , COMM 1010 , ECON 2100 , ECON 2200 , GEOG 2010 , PHED 2120 , POLS 1010 , POLS 1030 , POLS 2025 , POLS 2035 , PSYC 1030 , PSYC 2130 , SOCI 1010 , SOCI 1040 , SOCI 2010 .
*If pursuing the A.A. degree, complete 6 credit hours in a one-year sequence of the same foreign language. Please check websites of university departments of foreign language for additional information regarding advisement available to students.
This emphasis is not currently a part of the Tennessee Transfer Pathway which is part of the "The Complete College Act of 2010", and therefore; it may not be fully transferable. Since general education and major requirements vary from one transfer institution to another, it is essential that transfer students decide on a transfer institution as soon as possible and refer to the major requirements in that institution's catalog when planning a program of study. The requirements of the emphasis may be modified upon request to meet the requirements in that major at a specific transfer college or university.
Students and advisors should run a degree audit from myChargerNet each semester to confirm classes are applicable to the program of study.
For more information contact:
Victoria Gay at firstname.lastname@example.org or 931.540.2859
Humanities & Social Sciences Division office at 931.540.2780