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Associate in Science (Transfer Program) - 60 Credit Hours

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Program Information/Mission:

Requirements for admission to four-year colleges and universities vary a great deal. However, Illinois Central College has articulated agreements with several area universities to ensure ease in transfer of credits upon completion of the Associate in Science Degree. Hence, students who comply with the terms of such articulation agreements may expect to complete baccalaureate requirements within the same period of time as if they had spent their entire academic career on the campus of the institution to which they transfer.

Recommended Course Sequence:

Fall Semester 1:
ENGL 110; PSY 110; EDUC 111; POLSC 115; Fine Arts

Spring Semester 1:
ENGL 111; INTST 132 or INTST 133; EDUC 212; Life Science; PSY 202

Fall Semester 2:
COMM 110; HIST 201 or HIST 202; Humanities/Fine Arts; Mathematics; Physical Science

Spring Semester 2:
EDUC 211; HLTH 150; PSY 200; Mathematics; Elective


Course Information:
Required General Education Courses
CourseNameCredit
FINE ARTS *3
HUMANITIES/FINE ARTS *3
LIFE SCIENCE *4
MATHEMATICS *3
MATHEMATICS *3
PHYSICAL SCIENCE *4
COMM 110COMMUNICATION: PROCESS AND PRACTICE 3
ENGL 110COMPOSITION I 3
ENGL 111COMPOSITION II  3
INTST 132LATIN AMERICAN HUMANITIES 3
or
INTST 133CULTURES AND CIVILIZATIONS OF SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA 3
POLSC 115AMERICAN NATIONAL GOVERNMENT 3
PSY 110INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY 3
PSY 202CHILD AND ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT 3
Required Program Courses
CourseNameCredit
PSY 200EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY 3
HLTH 150FOUNDATIONS OF HEALTH 3
EDUC 111INTRODUCTION TO AMERICAN EDUCATION 3
EDUC 211INTRODUCTION TO THE EXCEPTIONAL INDIVIDUAL 3
EDUC 212FIELD EXPERIENCE IN EDUCATION 2
HIST 201AMERICAN HISTORY TO 1877 3
or
HIST 202AMERICAN HISTORY SINCE 1877 3
Elective Courses
CourseNameCredit
ELECTIVE **2

* See specific requirements for Associate in Science Degree.
** Suggested Elective: EDUC 230.

For Program Information Contact:

Social Sciences and Public Services Department
Room 220D
(309)694-5331