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Appalachian Studies – AA&S

Appalachian Studies

 

Course NumberCourse TItleLecture HoursLab HoursCourse Credits
First Semester
ENG 111College Composition I 1303
SDV 100College Success Skills101
HISHistory (HIS 121 or 101)303
MTHMathematics (MTH 154 or 161) 1 **303
HIS 205Local History of the Appalachian Region303
Natural Science with Lab*334
TOTAL16317
Second Semester
ENG 112College Composition II303
HISHistory (HIS 122 or 102)303
MTHMathematics (MTH 155 or 162)**303
Natural Science with Lab*334
Health or Physical Education***021
TOTAL12514
Third Semester
ENGLiterature (ENG 241, 243 or ENG 251)**303
PSY 200Principles of Psychology303
ENG 278Appalachian Literature303
ElectiveElective***303
ElectiveElective***303
TOTAL15015
Fourth Semester
ENGLiterature (ENG 242, 244 or ENG 252)**303
SOC 200Principles 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

1 Developmental coursework may require additional semesters to complete program.
* BIO 101-102, CHM 111-112, PHY 201-202, GOL 105-106 may be used to fulfill requirements.
**Determine transfer institution's requirements prior to selection of Math or Literature course.
***Determine transfer institution's requirement prior to selection from the list below.

Humanities Electives:  ART 101-102;  ENG 241-242; MUS 121-122;  SPA 201-202; FRE 201-202; REL 230

Social Science Electives:  ECO 201-202; PLS 211-212; GEO 200; GEO 210

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General Studies - Transfer Path

Degree: Associate of Arts & Sciences (AA&S – Transfer) (General Studies Specialization)
Program Code: 697-08
Program Length: 2 year – 4 Semesters
Minimum Credits: 61
Program Degree Completion Plan

Program Advisor

Jereial Fletcher
276.964.7223
Russell Hall Room 137

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