Associate of General Studies General Education Requirements

General Education Requirements
Communications
Select 6 units from the following; note that at least 6 units must be from communications:6
Business Speech Communications
Fundamentals of Speech Communications
Introduction to Group Communication
Communication Disabilities and Film 1
Composition I
Composition II
Technical Communications I
Technical Communications II
Composition I for International Students
Composition II For International Students
Writing Poetry
Writing Fiction
Television Production I
Television Production II
Humanities3
Any AM course 100-level or above
Any ART course 100-level or above
Ancient and Medieval Cultures
The Modern World
American Experiences and Constitutional Change 2
Modern Dance, Beginning
Modern Dance, Beginning/Intermediate
Any Foreign Language course 100-level or above
European Civilization to 1648
European Civilization since 1648
World History I 1
World History II 1
Introduction to Latin American History & Culture I 1
Music Appreciation
History of Rock Music
Introduction to Music History I
Introduction to Music History II
Introduction to Theater
Theater Practicum
Theater: a Cultural Context
Children's Theater
Theater Experience and Travel
Mathematics 33
Applied Business Math
Business Machines
The Business Chef
Principles of Statistics I
Principles of Statistics II
Any MATH course 100-level or above
Introduction to Statistical Methods
Introduction to Statistical Methods
Introduction to Statistics
Science3
Introduction to Physical Anthropology
Physical Anthropology Laboratory
Introductory Astronomy: Stars and Galaxies
General Biology for Non-Majors
Introduction to Evolution and Adaptation
Introduction to Cell and Molecular Biology
Introduction to Cell and Molecular Biology Laboratory
Introduction to Organismal Biology
Intro to Organismal Biology Lab
General Microbiology
Molecules and Life in the Modern World
General Chemistry I
General Chemistry II
General Chemistry for Scientists and Engineers
General Chemistry for Scientists and Engineers II
Humans and the Environment
Physical Geography
Physical Geography Lab
Climate Change: the Science Basis
Earthquakes, Volcanoes and Natural Disasters
Geology: Exploring Planet Earth
Earth and Life Through Time
Introduction to Geology of National Park
Geology of Geothermal Energy Resources
Human Nutrition
Introductory Physics
Introduction to Space Science and Engineering
General Physics I
General Physics II
Physics for Scientists and Engineers I
Physics for Scientists/Engineers Lab I
Physics for Scientists and Engineers II
Physics for Scientists/Engineers Lab II
Social Science3
Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
Peoples and Cultures of the World 2
Archaeology
Ethnic Groups in Contemporary Societies 2
Ancient and Medieval Cultures
The Modern World
American Experiences and Constitutional Change
Any CRJ course 100-level or above 2
Any ECON course 100-level or above 2
Introduction to Elementary Education
Introduction to Secondary Education
Introduction to Special Education
Any GEOG course 100-level or above 2
Lifespan Human Development
Introduction to Families
Any HIST course 100-level or above
Critical Analysis of Mass Media
Any PSC course 100-level or above
Any SOC course 100-level or above
Introduction to Feminist Theory 2
The American Women's Movement
Elective Requirements
Computer Science3
Introduction to Information Systems
English3
Business English
Business Letters and Reports
Composition I
Composition II
Technical Communications I
Technical Communications II
Composition I for International Students
Composition II For International Students
Vocabulary and Meaning
Fine Arts3
Any ART course 100-level or above
Modern Dance, Beginning
Modern Dance, Beginning/Intermediate
Writing Poetry
Writing Fiction
Introduction to Humanities I
Introduction to Humanities II
The Art of Film
Introduction to the American Motion Picture
Music Fundamentals
Music Appreciation
History of Rock Music
Introduction to Music History I
Introduction to Music History II
Introduction to Theater
Introduction to Acting I
Introduction to Acting II
Theater Workshop: Acting III
Theater Practicum
Theater: a Cultural Context 1
Acting for the Camera
Theater Experience and Travel
Human Relations3
Workplace Readiness
Educational, Career, and Personal Development
Supervision
Principles of Management
Leadership and Human Relations
Organizational Behavior
Psychology of Personal and Social Adjustment
U.S. and Nevada Constitutions3
Refer to your specific program worksheet for course options
Elective Requirements 427
Total Units60
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Course also satisfies diversity

2

Course also satisfies U.S. and Nevada Constitutions

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May also be clearly identified as content in other courses

4

Great latitude is allowed in the selection of the 27 elective units. Choice of units can focus on one area alone or from any combination of career, technical or general courses. Developmental courses (numbered less than 100) cannot be applied to any degree or certificate. Units earned in many WDCE “C” courses may be considered nontraditional and must be approved by the Vice President of Academic Affairs in order to be applied to the Associate of General Studies degree. Please check with a TMCC advisor for further information. The WDCE “C” courses may not be counted for financial aid credit requirements.

Certificate of Achievement - General Studies

The Associate of General Studies Certificate of Achievement is highly flexible and allows students to combine classes from a diverse set of disciplines and fields. The certificate may fit personal needs or may be an important step in completion of the Associate of General Studies degree.

General Education Requirements
Communications/English6
Business English
Business Speech Communications
Business Letters and Reports
Fundamentals of Speech Communications
Introduction to Group Communication
Communication Disabilities and Film 1
Composition I
Composition II
Technical Communications I
Technical Communications II
Composition I for International Students
Composition II For International Students
Vocabulary and Meaning
Writing Poetry
Writing Fiction
Television Production I
Television Production II
Theater Experience and Travel
Computer Science/Mathematics/Science3
Introduction to Physical Anthropology
Physical Anthropology Laboratory
Any AST course 100-level or above
Any BIOL course 100-level or above
Applied Business Math
Any CHEM course 100-level or above
Beginning Java
Introduction to Linux
MCITP/MCTS Windows Workstation OS
MCITP/MCTS Windows Server OS
Business Machines
CCNA Internetworking Fundamentals
The Business Chef
Principles of Statistics I
Principles of Statistics II
Any ENV course 100-level or above
Physical Geography
and Physical Geography Lab
Any GEOL course 100-level or above
Introduction to Information Systems
Computer Applications
Any MATH course 100-level or above
Principles of Management
Human Nutrition
Principles of Nutrition
Any PHYS course 100-level or above
Introduction to Statistical Methods
Introduction to Statistical Methods
Fine Arts/Humanities3
History of the Built Environment 1
Any AM course 100-level or above
Any ART course 100-level or above
Ancient and Medieval Cultures
The Modern World
American Experiences and Constitutional Change
Communication Disabilities and Film
Modern Dance, Beginning
Modern Dance, Beginning/Intermediate
Any ENG course 100-level or above
Any Foreign Language course 100-level or above
European Civilization to 1648
European Civilization since 1648
World History I
World History II
Introduction to Latin American History & Culture I
Any HUM course 100-level or above
The Art of Film
Music Fundamentals
Music Appreciation
Introduction to Music History I
Introduction to Music History II
Introduction to Theater
Introduction to Acting I
Introduction to Acting II
Theater Workshop: Acting III
Laboratory Theater: Acting IV
Theater Practicum
Theater: a Cultural Context
Children's Theater
Acting for the Camera
Theater Experience and Travel
Human Relations3
Workplace Readiness
Educational, Career, and Personal Development
Supervision
Principles of Management
Leadership and Human Relations
Organizational Behavior
Psychology of Personal and Social Adjustment
Social Science3
Any ANTH course 100-level or above
Ancient and Medieval Cultures
The Modern World
American Experiences and Constitutional Change
Any CRJ course 100-level or above
Any ECON course 100-level or above
Introduction to Elementary Education
Introduction to Secondary Education
Introduction to Special Education
Any GEOG course 100-level or above
Lifespan Human Development
Introduction to Families
Any HIST course 100-level or above
Critical Analysis of Mass Media
Any PSY course 100-level or above
Any PSC course 100-level or above
Any SOC course 100-level or above
Elective Requirements 212
Total Units30
1

Course also satisfies diversity

2

Great latitude is allowed in the selection of the 12 elective units. Choice of units can focus on one area alone or from any combination of career, technical or general courses. Developmental courses, those numbered less than 100, cannot be applied to any degree or certificate. Units earned in many WDCE “C” courses may be considered nontraditional and must be approved by the Vice President of Academic Affairs in order to be applied to the Associate of General Studies degree. Please check with a TMCC advisor for further information. The WDCE “C” courses may not be counted for financial aid credit requirements.