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Associate in Arts Transfer Diploma (D10100)

Students in the Associate in Arts program at Mayland may opt to complete the Transfer Diploma program, which prepares them to move to another college or university sooner than the Associate in Arts degree. You can learn about options available for the diploma below.

Students interested in enrolling in this program will work with an advisor to develop an individualized program of study using this course list to complete its requirements.

General Education Core (44 Semester Hours Credit)

English Composition (6 Semester Hours Credit)

All diploma students must take the following course:

  • ENG 111 - Expository Writing

Select one of the following:

  • ENG 112 - Argument-Based Research
  • ENG 113 - Literature-Based Research
  • ENG 114 - Professional Research & Reporting

Humanities/Fine Arts (12 Semester Hours Credit)

All diploma students must take the following course:

  • COM 110 - Introduction to Communication

Select one of the following:

  • ENG 131 - Introduction to Literature
  • ENG 231 - American Literature I
  • ENG 232 - American Literature II
  • ENG 233 - Major American Writers
  • ENG 241 - British Literature I
  • ENG 242 - British Literature II
  • ENG 243 - Major British Writers

Select six (6) hours from at least two of the following discipline areas: music, art, drama, dance, foreign languages, interdisciplinary humanities, philosophy, religion:

  • ART 111 - Art Appreciation
  • ART 116 - Survey of American Art
  • ART 117 - Non-Western Art History
  • ASL 111 - Elem. American Sign Language I
  • CHI 111 - Elementary Chinese I
  • DAN 110 - Dance Appreciation
  • DRA 111 - Theatre Appreciation
  • DRA 112 - Literature of the Theatre
  • DRA 122 - Oral Interpretation
  • DRA 126 - Storytelling
  • FRE 111 - Elementary French I
  • GER 111 - Elementary German I
  • HUM 110 - Technology and Society
  • HUM 115 - Critical Thinking
  • HUM 120 - Cultural Studies
  • HUM 121 - The Nature of America
  • HUM 122 - Southern Culture
  • HUM 130 - Myth in Human Culture
  • HUM 150 - American Women's Studies
  • HUM 160 - Introduction to Film
  • HUM 211 - Humanities I
  • HUM 212 - Humanities II
  • HUM 220 - Human Values and Meaning
  • MUS 110 - Music Appreciation
  • MUS 112 - Introduction to Jazz
  • MUS 113 - American Music
  • PHI 210 - History of Philosophy
  • PHI 215 - Philosophical Issues
  • PHI 240 - Introduction to Ethics
  • REL 110 - World Religions
  • REL 111 - Eastern Religions
  • REL 112 - Western Religions
  • REL 211 - Introduction to Old Testament
  • REL 212 - Introduction to New Testament
  • REL 221 - Religion in America
  • SPA 111 - Elementary Spanish I

Social/Behaviorial Science Electives (12 Semester Hours Credit)

Select one of the following:

  • HIS 111 - World Civilizations I
  • HIS 112 - World Civilizations II
  • HIS 115 - Introduction to Global History
  • HIS 121 - Western Civilization I
  • HIS 122 - Western Civilization II
  • HIS 131 - American History I
  • HIS 132 - American History II

Select nine (9) hours from at least two of the following discipline areas: anthropology, economics, geography, political science, psychology, and sociology:

  • ANT 221 - Comparative Cultures
  • ECO 151 - Survey of Economics
  • ECO 251 - Principles of Microeconomics
  • ECO 252 - Principles of Macroeconomics
  • GEO 111 - World Regional Geography
  • GEO 112 - Cultural Geography
  • GEO 130 - General Physical Geography
  • POL 110 - Introduction to Political Science
  • POL 120 - American Government
  • POL 210 - Comparative Government
  • PSY 150 - General Psychology
  • PSY 237 - Social Psychology
  • PSY 239 - Psychology of Personality
  • PSY 241 - Developmental Psychology
  • PSY 281 - Abnormal Psychology
  • SOC 210 - Introduction to Sociology
  • SOC 213 - Sociology of the Family
  • SOC 220 - Social Problems
  • SOC 225 - Social Diversity
  • SOC 230 - Race & Ethnic Relations

Natural Science/Mathematics Electives (14 Semester Hours Credit)

Select two courses, including accompanying laboratory work, from among the biological and physical science disciplines:

  • AST 111 - Descriptive Astronomy
  • AST 111A - Descriptive Astronomy Lab
  • AST 151 - General Astronomy I
  • AST 151A - General Astronomy I Lab
  • AST 152 - General Astronomy II
  • AST 152A - General Astronomy II Lab
  • BIO 110 - Principles of Biology
  • BIO 111 - General Biology I
  • BIO 112 - General Biology II
  • BIO 120 - Introduction to Botany
  • BIO 140 - Environmental Biology
  • BIO 140A - Environmental Biology Lab
  • CHM 151 - General Chemistry I
  • CHM 152 - General Chemistry II
  • GEL 111 - Introductory Geology
  • GEL 113 - Historical Geology
  • GEL 120 - Physical Geology
  • GEL 230 - Environmental Geology
  • PHY 151 - College Physics I
  • PHY 152 - College Physics II
  • PHY 251 - General Physics I
  • PHY 252 - General Physics II

Mathematics (6 Semester Hours Credit)

Select at least three hours from the following:

  • MAT 140 - Survey of Mathematics
  • MAT 140A - Survey of Mathematics Lab
  • MAT 141 - Mathematical Concepts I
  • MAT 141A - Mathematical Concepts I Lab
  • MAT 161 - College Algebra
  • MAT 161A - College Algebra Lab

Select at least three hours from the following:

  • MAT 142 - Mathematical Concepts II
  • MAT 142A - Mathematical Concepts II Lab
  • MAT 151 - Statistics I
  • MAT 151A - Statistics I Lab
  • MAT 162 - College Trigonometry
  • MAT 162A - College Trigonometry Lab
  • MAT 165 - Finite Mathematics
  • MAT 171 - Precalculus Algebra
  • MAT 171A - Precalculus Algebra Lab
  • MAT 172 - Precalculus Trigonometry
  • MAT 172A - Precalculus Trigonometry Lab
  • MAT 175 - Precalculus
  • MAT 175A - Precalculus Lab
  • MAT 263 - Brief Calculus
  • MAT 271 - Calculus I
  • MAT 272 - Calculus II
  • MAT 273 - Calculus III

Other Required Hours Electives (21 Semester Hours Credit)

All diploma students must take the following course:

  • ACA 111 - College Student Success

Total Program Hours: 45

Developmental Requirements

  • ENG 070 - Basic Language Skills
  • ENG 080 - Writing Foundations
  • ENG 090 - Composition Strategies
  • ENG 090A - Composition Strategies Lab
  • MAT 050 - Basic Math Skills
  • MAT 060 - Essential Mathematics
  • MAT 070 - Introductory Algebra
  • RED 070 - Essential Reading Skills
  • RED 080 - Introduction to College Reading
  • RED 090 - Improved College Reading

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