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Arts & Sciences

If your primary goal is to transfer to a four-year institution, you should enter the Arts & Sciences program at Northeastern Technical College.

The Arts & Sciences program provides students with a general education in the areas of communications, social sciences, sciences, mathematics and humanities. Students in the Associate in Arts or the Associate in Science degree program can either transfer the degree in its entirety or transfer specific courses to four‑year institutions. Programs may be tailored to meet individual needs in preparation for specific majors.

Associate in Arts Degree (AA)

Students interested in bachelor degree programs in English, history, sociology, psychology, business, law or education should work toward an Associate in Arts (AA) degree. A faculty advisor is available to help students select appropriate courses for degree requirements and transfer opportunities. This should be completed no later than the second term of attendance at NETC. Students who are interested in earning a bachelor's degree in Elementary Education or Social Work may consult their advisors for information regarding courses that will transfer to Francis Marion University or Coker College.

Credits Required for Graduation: 65
Overall Grade‑point average of 2.00 (C=2) on all college work presented to fulfill program requirements.

COURSES

CREDITS

A. College Success

Col 103 - College Skills

3

B. General Education: 32 Credits

ENG 101 - Composition I

3

ENG 102 - Composition II

3

SPC 205 - Public Speaking

3

Lab Sciences (BIO, CHM, PHS)

8

Mathematics (Choose MAT 110, 120, 122, 211)

3

Humanities

6

Social/Behavioral Sciences

6

C. Major Courses:  15 credits

Humanities/Behavioral Sciences, Literature, Communications

15

D. Support Courses:  3 credits

CPT 101 - Introduction to Computers

3

E. Electives:  12 credits

Electives - selected from transfer list

12


Associate in Science Degree (AS)

Students interested in mathematics or science related majors should work toward the Associate in Science (AS) degree. A faculty advisor is available to help students select appropriate courses for degree requirements and transfer opportunities. This should be completed no later than the second term of attendance at NETC.

Credits Required for Graduation: 65
Overall Grade‑point average of 2.00 (C=2) on all college work presented to fulfill program requirements.

COURSES

CREDITS

A. College Success

COL 103 - College Skills

3

B. General Education:  32 credits

ENG 101 - Composition I

3

ENG 102 - Composition II

3

SPC 205 - Public Speaking

3

Lab Sciences (BIO, CHM, PHS)

8

Mathematics (Choose MAT 110, 120, 122, 211)

3

Humanities

6

 Social/Behavioral Sciences

6

C. Major Courses:  15 credits

Math/Lab Sciences

15

Student is advised to complete a minimum of one math and two lab sciences. 
Math must be selected from MAT 110, 111, 120, 130, 211, 212 or higher.

D. Other Related Courses:  3 credits

CPT 101 - Introduction to Computers

3

E. Electives:  12 credits

Electives - selected from transfer list

12

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