This degree is designed for students who intend to transfer to a four-year college or university to pursue a baccalaureate degree (BA/BS). Students completing this curriculum will also satisfy the Michigan Transfer Agreement between two-year and four-year institutions in Michigan. General education and subject area requirements vary from one college or university to another. Prior to beginning any curriculum, students should contact an academic advisor to create a My Academic Pathway (MAP) in Degree Works. You can contact an advisor in the Academic Advising Department, Gannon Building - Star Zone, by phone 517.483.1904 or 800.644.4522, ext. 1904, or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
Students should also contact the school to which they will transfer for specific transfer institution requirements.
Students should see Course Descriptions for course prerequisite information. See Academic Assessment and Placement Testing for Student Success for skills assessment and advising information.
Visit the Michigan Transfer Agreement webpage for more information about the Michigan Transfer Agreement between two-year and four-year institutions in Michigan. How LCC courses transfer to other Michigan schools can be found at http://www.michigantransfernetwork.org/.
Majors: Areas of Study
Click on the Area of Study below for the curricular guide which includes specific degree requirements. Download the PDF FileHow to Follow an Associate in Arts or Associate in Science Degree Curricular Guide for information on how to use and interpret these curricular guides.
Minimum 30 Credits
A. English Composition
B. English Composition (second course) or Communication
One Course. See Majors/ Areas of Study for specific requirements.
C. Humanities and Fine Arts
A total of 2 courses, each from a different discipline. No more than one of these courses can be a world languages course.
One course from Quantitative Reasoning, College Algebra or Statistics.
E. Natural Sciences
A total of 2 courses, each from a different discipline, one must be a lab course. See Majors/ Areas of Study for specific requirements.
F. Social Science
A total of 2 courses, each from a different discipline. See Majors/ Areas of Study for specific requirements.
II. Courses within Major:
12-20 Credits (Some major courses also fulfill General Education requirements. In such cases, the credits will only be counted once.)
III. Electives: As needed to reach the 60 credit minimum.
Total: Minimum 60 Credits
Choose Elective Courses from the following list. Note: Not all courses on the list transfer to all colleges.
GEOG 120, 200, 202, 220, 221
ISCI 121, 122, 131
A maximum of TWO credit hours from courses with any of the course codes listed below: