Main Nav

Appalachian Studies – AA&S

Associate of Arts & Sciences Program of Study

Major: General Studies
Specialization: Appalachian Studies

Program Code: 697-xx Appalachian Studies
See General Studies Description

Course NumberCourse TItleLecture HoursLab HoursCourse Credits
First Semester
ENG 111College Composition I303
SDV 100College Success Skills101
HISHistory (HIS 121 or 101)303
MTHMathematics (MTH 151 or 163)303
Health or Physical Education021
Natural Science with Lab*334
TOTAL13515
Second Semester
ENG 112College Composition II303
HISHistory (HIS 122 or 102)303
MTHMathematics (MTH 152 or 164)303
Natural Science with Lab*334
HIS 205Local History of the Appalachian Region303
TOTAL15316
Third Semester
ENGLiterature (ENG 241, 243 or ENG 251)**303
Principles of Psychology or Principles to Sociology **303
ENG 278Appalachian Literature303
ElectiveElective**606
TOTAL15015
Fourth Semester
ENGLiterature (ENG 242, 244 or ENG 252)**303
Principles of Psychology or Principles to Sociology **303
SOC 295Topics in Appalachian Social Problems303
CST 100Principles of Public Speaking303
ElectiveElective**303
TOTAL15015
Total Minimum Credits for the Appalachian Studies Specialization … 61

Humanities Electives:  PHI 101-102; ART 101-102;  ENG 241-242, ENG 243-244, ENG 251-252, ENG 257, ENG 279; MUS 121-122;  SPA 101-102, 201-202; FRE 101-102, 201-202; HUM 256; REL 100, REL 200, REL 210, REL 230, REL 246

Social Science Electives:  ECO 201-202; PLS 211-212; PSY 200, PSY 231-232, PSY 235, PSY 266; SOC 200, SOC 235, SOC 268; HIS 101-102,  HIS 266, HIS 269,  HIS 277; GEO 200, GEO 210

* BIO 101-102, CHM 111-112, NAS 131-132,  PHY 201-202, GOL 105-106 may be used to fulfill requirements.

* * Determine transfer institution’s requirements prior to selection

Back to Top