Associate in Arts Program (A10100)

Fall Semester (19 Credit Hours)

ACA118 College Study Skills

2.00

ENG111 Writing and Inquiry

3.00

NUR111 Introduction to Health Concepts

8.00

NUR117 Pharmacology

2.00

BIO168 Anatomy and Physiology I

4.00

Spring Semester (17 Credit Hours)

NUR112 Health-Illness Concepts

5.00

NUR114 Holistic Health Concepts

5.00

PSY150 General Psychology

3.00

BIO169 Anatomy and Physiology II

4.00

NOTE: STUDENTS WITH A CURRENT NURSE AIDE I CERTIFICATION WHO SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETE THE 1ST AND 2ND SEMESTERS ARE ELIGIBLE TO APPLY TO BE CERTIFIED AS A NURSE AIDE II THROUGH THE NORTH CAROLINA BOARD OF NURSING, IF THEY SO DESIRE.

Summer Semester (8-9 Credit Hours)

NUR113 Family Health Concepts

5.00

Select one of the following:

BIO175 General Microbiology

3.00

BIO275 Microbiology

4.00

Fall Semester (13 Credit Hours)

NUR211 Health Care Concepts

5.00

PSY241 Developmental Psychology

3.00

NUR212 Health System Concepts

5.00

Spring Semester (16 Credit Hours)

ENG112 Writing and Research in the Disciplines

3.00

NUR213 Complex Health Concepts

10.00

Select one Humanities Elective

3

Humanities Electives:

ART111 Art Appreciation

3.00

ART114 Art History Survey I

3.00

ART115 Art History Survey II

3.00

HUM115 Critical Thinking

3.00

MUS110 Music Appreciation

3.00

PHI215 Philosophical Issues

3.00

PHI240 Introduction to Ethics

3.00

Developmental Requirements:

CHM092 Fundamentals of Chemistry

4.00

ENG-111

Take One Set

Set 1 DRE-097

Set 2 ENG-002

State Corequisites Take ENG-011

MAT 152

Take One Set

Set 1 DMA-010 DMA-020 DMA-030 and DRE-098

Set 2 DMA-010 DMA-020 DMA-030 and ENG-002

Set 3 MAT-003 and DRE-098

Set 4 MAT-003 and ENG-002

State Corequisite Take MAT-052

ART 111, ART 114, ART 115: Are Universal General Education Transfer (UGETC) classes, Associate in Science. The student must take and successfully earn a “C” or better in any course as scheduled in the nursing program semester-by-semester plan above. Students may take a non-nursing course early but cannot take any course later than scheduled in the above plan.

OTHER EXPENSES:

Students in the Nursing program will be required to buy uniforms and shoes. Additionally, studen

The Associate in Arts degree is designed for students to take courses at the community college and transfer to a four-year college/university for completion of their Bachelor’s degree. The program of study includes thirty-one to thirty-two (31-32) semester hours of Universal General Education Transfer Component Courses (UGETC) as follows:
Communication (3) Mathematics (3-4)
English Composition (6) Natural Sciences (4)
History (3) Social/Behavioral Sciences (6)
Humanities/Fine Arts (6)

Students should consult with institutions to which they would like to transfer for academic course selection guidance. Meeting with MCC faculty advisors and taking ACA 122 College Transfer Success will be instrumental in the development of a successful transfer plan.

Associate in Arts 60 Semester Hours Credit (SHC)

Universal General Education Transfer Component (31-32 SHC)

English Comp. (6 SHC)

ENG111 Writing and Inquiry

3.00

ENG112 Writing and Research in the Disciplines

3.00

Communication (3 SHC)

COM231 Public Speaking

3.00

Humanities/Fine Arts (6 SHC)

Select two courses from:
ART111 Art Appreciation

3.00

ART114 Art History Survey I

3.00

ART115 Art History Survey II

3.00

ENG231 American Literature I

3.00

ENG232 American Literature II

3.00

ENG241 British Literature I

3.00

ENG242 British Literature II

3.00

MUS110 Music Appreciation

3.00

History (3 SHC)

Select one course from:
HIS111 World Civilizations I

3.00

HIS112 World Civilizations II

3.00

HIS131 American History I

3.00

HIS132 American History II

3.00

Social/Behavioral Sciences (6 SHC)

Select two courses from:
ECO251 Principles of Microeconomics

3.00

ECO252 Principles of Macroeconomics

3.00

POL120 American Government

3.00

PSY150 General Psychology

3.00

SOC210 Introduction to Sociology

3.00

Mathematics (3-4 SHC)

Select one course from the following:
MAT143 Quantitative Literacy

3.00

MAT152 Statistical Methods I

4.00

MAT171 Precalculus Algebra

4.00

Natural Sciences (4 SHC)

Select 4 SHC from the following course options:
AST151 General Astronomy I

3.00

AST151A General Astronomy I Lab

1.00

BIO110 Principles of Biology

4.00

BIO111 General Biology I

4.00

CHM151 General Chemistry I

4.00

GEL111 Geology

4.00

PHY110 Conceptual Physics

3.00

PHY110A Conceptual Physics Lab

1.00

Additional General Education Hours (14 SHC)

An additional 14 Semester Hours Credit should be selected from courses classified as general education within the Comprehensive Articulation Agreement. Students should select these courses based on their intended major and transfer university. ART 111, ART 114, ART 115, AST 151, AST 151A, BIO 110, BIO 112, CHM 151, CHM 152, ECO 251, ECO 252, ENG 231, ENG 232, ENG 241, ENG 242, GEL 111, HIS 111, HIS 112, HIS 131, HIS 132, MAT 143, MAT 152, MAT 171, MAT 172, MAT 271, MAT 272, MUS 110, PHY 110, PHY 110A, PHY 151, PHY 152, POL 120, PSY 150, SOC 210 are Universal General Education Transfer (UGETC) classes, Associate in Arts.

Select 14 SHC from:

ART111 Art Appreciation

3.00

ART114 Art History Survey I

3.00

ART115 Art History Survey II

3.00

AST151 General Astronomy I

3.00

AST151A General Astronomy I Lab

1.00

AST152 General Astronomy II

3.00

AST152A General Astronomy II Lab

1.00

BIO110 Principles of Biology

4.00

BIO111 General Biology I

4.00

BIO112 General Biology II

4.00

BIO140 Environmental Biology

3.00

BIO140A Environmental Biology Lab

1.00

CHM131 Introduction to Chemistry

3.00

CHM131A Introduction to Chemistry Lab

1.00

CHM151 General Chemistry I

4.00

CHM152 General Chemistry II

4.00

CIS115 Introduction to Programming and Logic

3.00

COM231 Public Speaking

3.00

DRA111 Theatre Appreciation

3.00

ECO251 Principles of Microeconomics

3.00

ECO252 Principles of Macroeconomics

3.00

ENG111 Writing and Inquiry

3.00

ENG112 Writing and Research in the Disciplines

3.00

ENG113 Literature-Based Research

3.00

ENG114 Professional Research & Reporting

3.00

ENG231 American Literature I

3.00

ENG232 American Literature II

3.00

ENG241 British Literature I

3.00

ENG242 British Literature II

3.00

GEL111 Geology

4.00

HIS111 World Civilizations I

3.00

HIS112 World Civilizations II

3.00

HIS131 American History I

3.00

HIS132 American History II

3.00

HUM110 Technology and Society

3.00

HUM115 Critical Thinking

3.00

HUM122 Southern Culture

3.00

HUM130 Myth in Human Culture

3.00

HUM160 Introduction to Film

3.00

HUM220 Human Values and Meaning

3.00

MAT143 Quantitative Literacy

3.00

MAT152 Statistical Methods I

4.00

MAT171 Precalculus Algebra

4.00

MAT172 Precalculus Trigonometry

4.00

MAT271 Calculus I

4.00

MAT272 Calculus II

4.00

MUS110 Music Appreciation

3.00

PHY110 Conceptual Physics

3.00

PHY110A Conceptual Physics Lab

1.00

PHY151 College Physics I

4.00

PHY152 College Physics II

4.00

POL120 American Government

3.00

PSY150 General Psychology

3.00

PSY241 Developmental Psychology

3.00

PSY281 Abnormal Psychology

3.00

SOC210 Introduction to Sociology

3.00

SOC213 Sociology of the Family

3.00

SPA111 Elementary Spanish I

3.00

SPA112 Elementary Spanish II

3.00

Other Required Hours (15 SHC)

CIS110 Introduction to Computers

3.00

ACA122 College Transfer Success

1.00

An additional 11 Semesters Hours Credit should be selected from courses classified as pre-major, elective, or general education courses within the Comprehensive Articulation Agreement. Students should select these courses based on their intended major and transfer-university. ART 111, ART 114, ART 115, AST 151, AST 151A, BIO 110, BIO 111, BIO 112, CHM 151, CHM 152, ECO 251, ECO 252, ENG 231, ENG 232, ENG 241, ENG 242, GEL 111, HIS 111, HIS 112, HIS 131, HIS 132, MAT 143, MAT 152, MAT 171, MAT 172, MAT 271, MAT 272, MUS 110, PHY 110, PHY 110A, PHY 151, PHY 152, POL 120, PSY 150, SOC 210: Are Universal General Education Transfer (UGETC) classes, Associate in Arts.

Select 11 SHC from:

ART111 Art Appreciation

3.00

ART114 Art History Survey I

3.00

ART115 Art History Survey II

3.00

AST151 General Astronomy I

3.00

AST151A General Astronomy I Lab

1.00

AST152 General Astronomy II

3.00

AST152A General Astronomy II Lab

1.00

BIO110 Principles of Biology

4.00

BIO111 General Biology I

4.00

BIO112 General Biology II

4.00

BIO140 Environmental Biology

3.00

BIO140A Environmental Biology Lab

1.00

BIO163 Basic Anatomy & Physiology

5.00

BIO168 Anatomy and Physiology I

4.00

BIO169 Anatomy and Physiology II

4.00

BIO175 General Microbiology

3.00

BIO242 Natural Resource Conservation

3.00

BIO275 Microbiology

4.00

BUS110 Introduction to Business

3.00

BUS115 Business Law I

3.00

BUS137 Principles of Management

3.00

CHM130 General, Organic, & Biochemistry

3.00

CHM130A General, Organic, & Biochemistry Lab

1.00

CHM131 Introduction to Chemistry

3.00

CHM131A Introduction to Chemistry Lab

1.00

CHM151 General Chemistry I

4.00

CHM152 General Chemistry II

4.00

CIS115 Introduction to Programming and Logic

3.00

CJC111 Introduction to Criminal Justice

3.00

CJC121 Law Enforcement Operations

3.00

CJC141 Corrections

3.00

CTS115 Information Systems Business Concepts

3.00

DRA111 Theatre Appreciation

3.00

ECO251 Principles of Microeconomics

3.00

ECO252 Principles of Macroeconomics

3.00

ENG113 Literature-Based Research

3.00

ENG114 Professional Research & Reporting

3.00

ENG231 American Literature I

3.00

ENG232 American Literature II

3.00

ENG241 British Literature I

3.00

ENG242 British Literature II

3.00

GEL111 Geology

4.00

HEA110 Personal Health/Wellness

3.00

HIS111 World Civilizations I

3.00

HIS112 World Civilizations II

3.00

HIS131 American History I

3.00

HIS132 American History II

3.00

HUM110 Technology and Society

3.00

HUM115 Critical Thinking

3.00

HUM122 Southern Culture

3.00

HUM130 Myth in Human Culture

3.00

HUM160 Introduction to Film

3.00

HUM220 Human Values and Meaning

3.00

MAT143 Quantitative Literacy

3.00

MAT152 Statistical Methods I

4.00

MAT171 Precalculus Algebra

4.00

MAT172 Precalculus Trigonometry

4.00

MAT271 Calculus I

4.00

MAT272 Calculus II

4.00

MAT273 Calculus III

4.00

MUS110 Music Appreciation

3.00

PED110 Fit and Well for Life

2.00

PED121 Walk, Jog, Run

1.00

PED122 Yoga I

1.00

PED123 Yoga II

1.00

PED125 Self-Defense: Beginning

1.00

PED128 Golf-Beginning

1.00

PED138 Archery

1.00

PED152 Swimming-Beginning

1.00

PED170 Backpacking

1.00

PED171 Nature Hiking

1.00

PED173 Rock Climbing

1.00

PED181 Snow Skiing-Beginning

1.00

PED212 Snowboarding-Beginning

1.00

PHY110 Conceptual Physics

3.00

PHY110A Conceptual Physics Lab

1.00

PHY151 College Physics I

4.00

PHY152 College Physics II

4.00

POL120 American Government

3.00

PSY150 General Psychology

3.00

PSY241 Developmental Psychology

3.00

PSY281 Abnormal Psychology

3.00

SOC210 Introduction to Sociology

3.00

SOC213 Sociology of the Family

3.00

SPA111 Elementary Spanish I

3.00

SPA112 Elementary Spanish II

3.00

SPA211 Intermediate Spanish I

3.00

SPA212 Intermediate Spanish II

3.00

Students must meet the receiving university’s foreign language and/or health and physical education requirements, if applicable, prior to or after transfer to the senior institution.

Developmental Requirements

ENG-111

Take One Set

Set 1 DRE-097

Set 2 ENG-002

State Corequisites Take ENG-011

MAT 171

Take One Set

Set 1 DMA-010 DMA-020 DMA-030 DMA-040 DMA-050

Set 2 MAT-121

Set 3 MAT-003

State Corequisite Take MAT-071

ts should be prepared to pay for costs associated with achievement tests, photocopying, transportation to clinical sites, and additional graduation expenses are required. Total additional costs for the program are estimated at $2,500.