Associate in Science - Transfer (AS-T)
Knowledge about the planet we inhabit, the surrounding universe and the natural forces
that impact our world adds value to our daily lives and provides the basis for interesting
careers in a broad range of disciplines: astronomy, geology, meteorology and oceanography.
Begin studies for an advanced degree leading to positions with government agencies
or private industry as an independent consultant, teacher, or researcher.
For a roadmap that identifies the preferred sequencing of courses and other specific recommendations from faculty, please see the corresponding program map(s):
|CHEM& 161*||General Chemistry w/Lab I||5|
|CHEM& 162*||General Chemistry w/Lab II||5|
|CHEM& 163*||General Chemistry w/Lab III||5|
|ERSI 104||Intro to Earth Sciences||5|
Intro Physical Geology
Intro to Oceanography OR
Calculus III OR
Introduction to Statistics
|PHYS& 221*||Engr Physics I w/Lab||5|
|PHYS& 222*||Engr Physics II w/Lab||5|
|PHYS& 223*||Engr Physics III w/Lab||5|
|MATH& 141||Precalculus I||5|
|MATH& 142||Precalculus II||5|
|ASTR& 101||Intro to Astronomy||5|
|OCEA& 101||Intro to Oceanography||5|
Total transferable credits required to earn this degree: 90 with a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of at least 2.0. A course cannot be credited toward more than one distribution or skill area.
*It is recommended that sequence courses be completed at one institution.
Program planning is based on information available at the time of preparation. It is the student’s responsibility to meet with their LCC advisor and for checking specific major requirements of baccalaureate institutions in the year prior to transferring. Consult the LCC catalog for LCC graduation requirements.
Most four-year universities require one year of a single foreign language as a graduation requirement.