Health Science - AS (2114)

Division: Health Sciences Division

General Education Requirements (36 Credits)
Written & Oral Communication (6)
ENG 101College Composition I3
ENG 102College Composition II3
Quantitative/Scientific Knowledge, Skills & Reasoning (12)
BIO 121Anatomy & Physiology I4
BIO 122Anatomy and Physiology II4
Select one of the following:4
MTH 100, MTH 101, MTH 113, MTH 119, MTH 120
MTH 121, MTH 122, MTH 221, MTH 222
Technological Competency (3)
CIS 131Micro Computers in Business3
Society & Human Behavior (6)
Select Two of the following:6
ANT 101, ANT 105, ECO 101, ECO 102, POL 104, PSY 101,
PSY 102, PSY 219, SOC 101, SOC 108, SOC 219
Humanistic Perspective (6)
Select any English Literature Course3
Select One of the Following Courses:3
ART 100, ART 101, ART 102, MUS 100, MUS 109,
MUS 117, FRN 101, FRN 102, SPN 101, SPN 102
Historical Perspective (3)
Select any History (HST) Course3
Major Requirements (24 Credits)
Select a maximum of 24 credits from any accredited or state-licensed post-secondary health science training program 124
Additional Course Requirements
Select additional credits from the following to total 24 credits: 2
ENG 109, HSC 101, HSC 102, HSC 109, BIO 103, BIO 104, BIO 211
BIO 241, BIO 251, CHM 101, CHM 103, CHM 104, SOC 201, SOC 207
Total Credits60
  •  ECC students who completed college-level course work in Dental Assisting, Dental Hygiene, Dietary Manager, Massage Therapy, LPN, Nursing, Physical Therapist Assistant, Radiography, Respiratory Care, and Vision Care Technology programs but who did not complete a specific degree many apply their professional credits toward the Health Science degree.
  • Students may not earn two degrees in the same discipline.
  • The minimum passing grade for all program-related courses is “C”. If you earn a grade below “C”, you need to repeat that course.
  • Please meet with a Division of Health Sciences academic advisor (faculty member) to receive evaluation of professional education program credits. (Up to 24 credits may be awarded toward the Major Course Requirements.)

Notes:

  1. For an explanation of why General Education courses are included in this Program, please refer to the Section on General Education for an explanation of its Purpose and Requirements. 
  2. This plan assumes the student is eligible to enroll in College Level Courses (designated as 100 +, e.g., ENG 101 College Composition I, HST 101 World Civilization I, MTH 100 Intro. to College Mathematics).  Placement results will determine College Level Readiness in English and Mathematics.