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      Associate in Arts Degree
The Associate in Arts (A.A.) Degree is designed for the student who         Counseling and Tracking for Students (FACTS) Web site at
plans to transfer to a Florida public university as a junior to complete    www.facts.org. Not all majors are offered at every university.
a bachelor's degree. Through the A.A. Degree,Valencia offers lower          For assistance in accessing information about majors, you are
division preparation for almost all of the approximately 200 majors         encouraged to visit Career Development Services or the Atlas
in the State University System of Florida. The A.A. Degree provides         Access Lab on any campus where you also may complete, through
the courses of study equivalent to those offered in the freshman and        the LifeMap Tools in Atlas, an education plan to prepare you for a
sophomore years (lower division) of Florida's state universities; a         specific major(s). Once you have created an education plan through
student who earns an A.A. Degree from Valencia meets the lower              Atlas, you may meet with a Student Services staff member to discuss
division general education requirements of a Florida state university       the requirements for a particular major(s).
but does not automatically meet the requirements for a particular
major.                                                                      The A.A. Degree guarantees admission to one of the eleven state
                                                                            universities but not necessarily admission to a specific major
The A.A. Degree requirements consist of general education                   (program). Certain majors are designated as“restricted access”
requirements and electives to prepare for a bachelor's degree.              or“limited access”programs, meaning that they have admission
Many majors at the universities require that specific courses be taken       requirements in addition to earning the A.A. Degree. These
as part of the A.A. Degree, both within general education and within        requirements may include: the completion of specific courses, a
the electives; known as common prerequisites, these specific courses         minimum grade point average in specific courses, a minimum grade
are to be taken during the lower division by all students who plan          point average in all course work, an interview, a minimum number of
to enter a particular major within the university system. These             hours of related volunteer work, an audition, the submission of a
requirements may be met by completing an A.A. Pre-Major at                  portfolio, and/or a specified deadline(s). Requirements such as these
Valencia or by careful selection of courses for the Associate in Arts:      are given in the university catalogs and Web sites and at
General Studies. Catalogs and/or Web sites of the state universities        www.facts.org. It is very important to find out if the major(s) in
list the courses, including the common prerequisites, that are to be        which you are interested is either“restricted access”or“limited
taken at the community college in order to enter the junior year in a       access”and, if so, the exact requirements in addition to the A. A.
particular major at the university.                                         Degree.

Valencia’s Pre-Majors are designed for a student who plans to earn          Although the A.A. Degree does not guarantee admission to a private
the Associate in Arts Degree and transfer to one of the eleven state        and/or out-of-state institution, you can find out what the lower
universities in Florida as a junior to complete a bachelor’s degree in      division requirements are for the institution and include all, or as
one of the specific majors. Each Pre-Major includes the courses              many as possible, of the requirements in your A.A. Degree. To find
to satisfy Valencia’s General Education requirements for the A.A.           out what the requirements are, you may visit Career Development
Degree as well as the statewide common prerequisites for the                Services on any campus, visit the institution’s Web site or contact the
specific major. Valencia does offer a few Pre-Majors for transfer to         institution directly. Although Valencia staff members cannot speak
private institutions in Florida. All of the Pre-Majors are included at      on behalf of other institutions, once you know the requirements, a
the end of this section of the catalog.                                     Student Services staff member will assist you in developing an
                                                                            education plan for your A.A. Degree.
The Associate in Arts Degree: General Studies is available for
students who want a college degree and have not selected a                  In order to have a smooth academic transfer, it is very important that
Pre-Major for transfer to a state university in Florida and for             you take the initiative to know all of the requirements for your major
students who plan to transfer to a private and/or out-of-state              at the institution to which you plan to transfer.
institution. Although the Pre-Majors provide the best preparation
for transfer to specific majors in Florida’s State University System,
a student still may choose to earn the Associate in Arts: General           Limited Access Programs
Studies.
                                                                            Limited access status occurs when student demand exceeds available
                                                                            resources such as faculty, instructional facilities, equipment, etc.
The Associate in Arts degree requires a minimum of 60 college-level
                                                                            Admission to Valencia does not guarantee acceptance to a limited
credits which includes 36 credits of general education and 24 credits
                                                                            access degree in which the number of students who can enroll
of electives.
                                                                            is limited. Limited access degrees have specific admission
                                                                            requirements. The A.A. Pre-Major: Dance Performance is the only
If you plan to transfer to a Florida state university, it is very
                                                                            pre-major with limited access status.
important that you take the courses at Valencia that are required
for admission to your major at the university you plan to attend.
These common prerequisite requirements are available electronically
through the university Web sites and through the Florida Academic



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Graduation Requirements for the                                            10. Complete with a grade of C or better the courses which satisfy
                                                                              the Gordon Rule requirements (6-A 10.30 Florida Administrative
Associate in Arts Degree                                                      Code):
                                                                              • ENC 1101 or ENC 1101H
Responsibility for meeting the requirements for graduation with an            • ENC 1102 or ENC 1102H
Associate in Arts Degree rests with the student. To be awarded an             • Two three-credit General Education Area 2(b) Humanities
A.A. Degree from Valencia Community College a student must do                    courses–one of which has an HUM prefix
the following:                                                                • Six credits of General Education Area 3 Mathematics courses.

1. Complete a minimum of 60 credits of acceptable college-level            11. Satisfy the College-Level Academic Skills Program (CLASP)
   credits of which:                                                           requirements by documenting satisfaction of the College- Level
   • a maximum of six elective credits may be in music                         Academic Skills Test (CLAST) through:
      ensemble courses and/or physical education activity                      • having the grades and/or test scores to meet a State-
      courses; and                                                                approved alternative method; or
   • a maximum of twelve credits may be in college-level                       • taking and passing the four subtests of the CLAST after
      English as a Second Language for Academic Purposes                          earning at least 18 college-level credits including
      (EAP) courses; and                                                          ENC 1101 and ENC 1102, or their equivalents, for a total of
   • a maximum of four credits may be in internship courses; and                  six credits and a General Education Area 3 Mathematics
   • a maximum of four credits may be in SLS 2940 Service                         course; or
      Learning; and                                                            • combining satisfaction of a State-approved alternative and
   • a maximum of eight credits may be in military science courses; and           successful completion of the remaining subtest(s) of the
   • a maximum of 45 credits may be in any combination of                         CLAST.
      Advanced Placement (AP), College Level Examination
      Program (CLEP), credit by examination, DANTES,                       12. Obtain a degree audit through your Atlas account and review
      Excelsior, experiential learning, and International                      it for readiness to submit your application for graduation.
      Baccalaureate.
                                                                           13. Submit an application for graduation online through Atlas by the
2. Complete the 36 credits of General Education described in the               deadline date listed in the Academic Calendar in the online
   A.A. Degree course requirements section.                                    official catalog.You must have at least 60 college-level credits,
                                                                               including all courses for which you are registered, in order to
3. Complete the 24 credits of Electives described in the A.A. Degree           submit your graduation application.
   course requirements section.
                                                                           14. Fulfill all financial obligations to Valencia.
4. Satisfy the foreign language proficiency requirement described in
   the A.A. Degree course requirements section.                            IMPORTANT NOTES:

5. Satisfy entry testing requirements and complete with a minimum          1. Valencia graduates students at the end of each Fall, Spring,
   grade of C all required Mandatory Courses in reading,                       and Summer Full Term and holds an annual
   mathematics, English and English for Academic Purposes.                     commencement ceremony at the end of Spring Term.

6. Complete successfully the course SLS 1122 Student Success as            2. Your governing catalog is the Valencia Community College
   described in the“Requirements for Completing Mandatory                     Catalog in effect at the time of your initial enrollment in credit
   Courses”entry in this catalog if your entry test scores place              courses at Valencia. A Valencia Catalog is valid for five academic
   you in college-preparatory courses in reading, mathematics,                years. You may follow the policies and graduation requirements
   and English. This requirement also applies if you choose to                in your governing catalog for the five academic years except
   begin your course work with entry-level, college-preparatory               when changed by law or by the District Board of Trustees. You
   courses in reading, mathematics, and English rather than                   may officially declare any subsequent catalog as your governing
   complete entry testing.                                                    catalog and follow its requirements for your initial degree or
                                                                              certificate program until that catalog expires; however, if you
7. Earn a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of at least 2.0 in:            change your degree or certificate program, you are required to
   • all earned credit hours at Valencia (Institutional GPA)                  choose from the current degree and certificate program offerings
   • all earned credit hours (Overall GPA)                                    and follow the graduation requirements of the current catalog. If
   • all earned credit hours that apply toward the degree (Program            your governing catalog has expired, your new governing catalog
     GPA)                                                                     will be the catalog in effect in your next term of enrollment.

8. Submit official transcripts of all college course work,                      The official version of this catalog is the online version at
   including course work attempted following initial enrollment                http://valenciacc.edu/catalog.
   at Valencia.
                                                                               Should the District Board of Trustees approve changes in
9. Complete at Valencia at least 25% of the college-level credits              program requirements to be effective within an academic year,
   required for the degree, excluding acceleration mechanisms and              the revised requirements will be available in the official online
   credit by examination.                                                      catalog.




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3. You may earn one Associate in Arts Degree from Valencia. If you         AREA 1. COMMUNICATIONS                                      9 Credits
   have earned an Associate in Arts or Bachelor’s Degree from an
   institution that has regional accreditation in the United States,       Required Courses - A minimum of nine semester credits. These
   you are not eligible to be awarded an Associate in Arts Degree          composition courses must be completed with a minimum grade of
   from Valencia. (In addition to the Associate in Arts Degree, you        C.)
   may earn any number of Associate in Applied Science and/or
   Associate in Science Degrees.)                                          Freshman Composition I
                                                                           (The following courses have attribute codes: COMM, ENC1, GREG)
   If you want to earn more than one degree at Valencia, you may           ENC 1101             Freshman Composition I (3 cr) or
   complete the first degree and then pursue another degree or you          ENC 1101H            Freshman Composition I - Honors (3 cr)
   may pursue two or more degrees at the same time. Whenever
   possible, a course will be applied to more than one degree.              AND
                                                                           Freshman Composition II
4. You will not receive grade forgiveness for any course that counts       (The following courses have attribute codes: COMM, ENC2, GREG)
   toward your degree and is repeated after you have been awarded          ENC 1102             Freshman Composition II (3 cr) or
   the degree from Valencia.                                               ENC 1102H            Freshman Composition II - Honors (3 cr)

                                                                            AND
Associate in Arts Degree Course                                            Fundamentals of Speech
Requirements at Valencia Community                                         (The following courses have attribute codes: COMM, SPC)
College                                                                    SPC 1600             Fundamentals of Speech (3 cr) or
                                                                           SPC 1600H            Fundamentals of Speech - Honors (3 cr)
The Associate in Arts Degree requires a minimum of 60 college-
level credits including 36 credits in general education, 24 credits of     AREA 2. HUMANITIES                                          9 Credits
acceptable electives, and satisfaction of the foreign language
proficiency requirement.                                                    Required Courses - A minimum of nine semester credits.

                                                                           (a) Complete one course from the list below or from Area 2 (b).
A. General Education Requirements for the                                  Courses listed in AREA 2 (a) do NOT satisfy the Gordon Rule
   Associate in Arts Degree           36 Credits                           writing requirement.

The general education program atValencia is an integral part of the A.A.   (The following courses have attribute code: HUMN)
Degree program and is designed to contribute to the student's              Architecture
educational growth by providing a basic liberal arts education.            ARC 2702             History of Architecture II (3 cr)

There are two approaches to general education at Valencia. The first        Art
is 36 semester credits which serve as the core of the curriculum. The      ARH 1000             The Visual Arts Today (3 cr)
36 credits are selected from 5 core areas of academic courses offered      ARH 2050             Introduction to Art History I (3 cr)
at Valencia: Communications, Humanities, Mathematics, Science
and Social Sciences.                                                       Film
                                                                           ENG 2100             Introduction to Film (3 cr)
The second approach is the 24-semester-credit Interdisciplinary
Studies Honors Program and completion of SPC 1600, POS 2041,               Foreign Language
and the six-semester-credit mathematics requirement outlined in            FRE 2200         Intermediate French I (3 cr)
Area 3. The description of the first approach follows, and the              FRE 2201         Intermediate French II (3 cr)
second approach is described in the Honors section of this catalog.        SPN 2200         Intermediate Spanish I (3 cr)
                                                                           SPN 2201         Intermediate Spanish II (3 cr)
When a number of courses may be used to satisfy a degree                   SPN 2201H        Intermediate Spanish II - Honors (3 cr)
requirement, a course attribute code identifies each course that may
be used to satisfy that specific requirement.                               Humanities
                                                                           HUM 1020             Introduction to Humanities (3 cr)
                                                                           HUM 2930             Selected Topics in Humanities (1-3 cr)

                                                                           Music
                                                                           MUL 1010             Music Appreciation (3 cr)
                                                                           MUT 1121             Musicianship I (4 cr)

                                                                           Philosophy
                                                                           PHI 2010             Philosophy (3 cr)
                                                                           PHI 2600             Ethics and Critical Thinking (3 cr)

                                                                           Religion
                                                                           REL 2000             Understanding Religious Traditions (3 cr)



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Theatre                                                                   LIT 2110               World Literature: Beginning through
THE 1020           Introduction to Theatre (3 cr)                                                Renaissance (3 cr)
THE 1100           Introduction to Theatre History (3 cr)                 LIT 2120               World Literature: Enlightenment to Present
                                                                                                 (3 cr) or
PLUS:                                                                     LIT 2120H              World Literature: Enlightenment to Present -
(b) Complete two of the following courses, one of which must have                                Honors (3 cr)
an HUM prefix. These are Gordon Rule writing courses, and to               LIT 2174               Mulitmedia and the Holocaust (3 cr)
apply toward the Gordon Rule requirement, a course must be
completed with a minimum grade of C. Each of these courses has a          Music
prerequisite of ENC 1101 Freshman Composition completed with a            MUL 1110               Music Literature (3 cr)
minimum grade of C.
                                                                          Political Science
(The following courses have attribute code: GRHM, HUMH)                   INR 2002*              International Politics (3 cr) or
Humanities                                                                INR 2002H*             International Politics - Honors (3 cr)
HUM 2220             Humanities - Greek and Roman (3 cr) or
HUM 2220H            Humanities - Greek and Roman - Honors (3 cr)         * EUH 2000, EUH 2001, INR 2002 and INR 2002H are Gordon Rule writing
HUM 2223             Humanities - Late Roman and Medieval                     courses and have attribute codes: GRHM, HUMN. Although these courses
                     (3 cr) or                                                may apply toward either Humanities or Social Sciences, the same course
                                                                              cannot apply toward both Humanities and Social Sciences.
HUM 2223H            Humanities - Late Roman and Medieval
                     Honors (3 cr)
HUM 2232             Humanities - Renaissance and Baroque                 AREA 3. MATHEMATICS                                             6 Credits
                     (3 cr) or
                                                                          Required Courses - A minimum of six semester credits. These are
HUM 2232H            Humanities - Renaissance and Baroque -
                                                                          Gordon Rule mathematics courses, and to apply toward the Gordon
                     Honors (3 cr)                                        Rule requirement, a course must be completed with a minimum
HUM 2234             Humanities - Enlightenment and Romanticism           grade of C.
                     (3 cr) or
HUM 2234H            Humanities - Enlightenment and Romanticism           (The following courses have attribute code: GRMT)
                     Honors (3 cr)
HUM 2250             Humanities - Twentieth Century (3 cr) or             MAC 1105               College Algebra (3 cr)
HUM 2250H            Humanities - Twentieth Century - Honors (3 cr)       MAC 1114               College Trigonometry (3 cr)
HUM 2310             Mythology (3 cr) or                                  MAC 1140               Precalculus Algebra (3 cr)
HUM 2310H            Mythology - Honors (3 cr)                            MAC 1147               Precalculus (5 cr)
HUM 2410             Asian Humanities (3 cr)                              MAC 2233               Calculus for Business and Social Science (3 cr)
HUM 2454             African-American Humanities (3 cr)                   MAC 2311               Calculus w/Analytic Geometry I (5 cr) or
HUM 2461             Latin American Humanities (3 cr)                     MAC 2311H              Calculus w/Analytic Geometry I - Honors (5 cr)
                                                                          MAC 2312               Calculus w/Analytic Geometry II (5 cr) or
(The following courses have attribute codes: GRHM, HUMN)                  MAC 2312H              Calculus w/Analytic Geometry II - Honors (5 cr)
Architecture                                                              MAC 2313               Calculus w/Analytic Geometry III (4 cr)
ARC 1701             History of Architecture I (3 cr)                     MAP 2302               Differential Equations (3 cr)
                                                                          MAS 2103               Introduction to Linear Algebra (3 cr) or
Art                                                                       MAS 2103H              Introduction to Linear Algebra - Honors (3 cr)
ARH 2051           Introduction to Art History II (3 cr)                  MGF 1106               College Mathematics (3 cr)
ARH 2051H          Introduction to Art History II - Honors (3 cr)         MGF 1107               Mathematics for the Liberal Arts (3 cr)
                                                                          MHF 2300               Logic and Proof in Mathematics (3 cr) or
History                                                                   MHF 2300H              Logic and Proof in Mathematics - Honors(3cr)
EUH 2000*          Western Civilization to 1750 (3 cr)                    MTG 2204               Informal Geometry (3 cr)
EUH 2001*          Western Civilization 1750 to Present (3 cr)
                                                                          (The following courses have attribute code: GRQN)
Literature                                                                STA 2023             Statistical Methods (3 cr) or
AML 2011           American Literature: Colonial Period to                STA 2023H            Statistical Methods - Honors (3 cr) or
                   Civil War (3 cr)                                       STA 2930             Selected Topics in Statistics (3 cr)
AML 2021           American Literature: Civil War to Present (3 cr) or
AML 2021H          American Literature: Civil War to Present
                   Honors (3 cr)
ENL 2012           English Literature: 1300 to 1800 (3 cr)
ENL 2022           English Literature: 1800 to Present (3 cr)
LIT 2090           Contemporary Literature (3 cr) or
LIT 2090H          Contemporary Literature - Honors (3 cr)




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AREA 4. SCIENCE                                               6 Credits    PHY 2048C              General Physics w/Calculus I (4 cr)
                                                                           PHY 2049C              General Physics w/Calculus II (4 cr)
Required Courses - A minimum of six semester credits.                      PHY 2936               Selected Topics in Physics (1-3 cr)
                                                                           PSC 1020C              Fundamentals of Physical Science (4 cr)
Valencia does not require a science course with a laboratory;              PSC 2930               Selected Topics in Physical Science (1-3 cr)
however, university majors determine if the student must take one          ZOO 2010C              General Zoology (4 cr) or
or more laboratory science courses at Valencia. To select the most
                                                                           ZOO 2010H              General Zoology - Honors (4 cr)
appropriate science courses for your major, complete an education
                                                                           ZOO 2511               Behavior of Wild Horses (3 cr)
plan through Atlas.
                                                                           ZOO 2930               Selected Topics in Zoology (1-3 cr)
(The following courses have attribute code: AASC)                          AREA 5. SOCIAL SCIENCES                                        6 Credits
AST 1002             Astronomy (3 cr) or
AST 1002H            Astronomy - Honors (3 cr)                             Required Courses - A minimum of six semester credits including
AST 2930             Selected Topics in Astronomy (1-3 cr)                 POS 2041 U.S. Government and another of the listed courses.
BOT 2010C            Botany (4 cr)
                                                                           U.S. Government
BOT 2932             Selected Topics in Botany (1-3 cr)
                                                                           (The following courses have attribute code: POS)
BSC 1005             Biological Science (3 cr)
                                                                           POS 2041             U.S. Government (3 cr) or
BSC 1005L            Lab in Applied Biology (1 cr)
                                                                           POS 2041H            U.S. Government - Honors (3 cr)
BSC 1005C            Biological Science (4 cr)
BSC 1010C            Fundamentals of Biology I (4 cr) or                   And one of these listed courses (which have attribute code: AASS
BSC 1010H            Fundamentals of Biology I - Honors (4 cr)             except as indicated in the footnote.*)
BSC 1011C            Fundamentals of Biology II (4 cr) or                  AFA 2000              Introduction to the African-American
BSC 1011H            Fundamentals of Biology II - Honors (4 cr)                                  Experience (3 cr)
BSC 1020             Human Biology (3 cr)                                  AMH 2010              United States History to 1877 (3 cr) or
BSC 1020C            Human Biology (4 cr)                                  AMH 2010H             United States History to 1877 - Honors (3 cr)
BSC 1026             Biology of Human Sexuality ( 3 cr)                    AMH 2020              United States History 1877 to Present (3 cr) or
BSC 1050             Environmental Science (3 cr)                          AMH 2020H             United States History 1877 to Present -
BSC 2093C            Human Anatomy and Physiology I (4 cr)                                       Honors (3 cr)
BSC 2094C            Human Anatomy and Physiology II (4 cr)                ANT 2000              Introduction to Anthropology (3 cr) or
BSC 2933             Selected Topics in Biology (1-3 cr)                   ECO 1000              Basic Economics (3 cr)
CHM 1020             Chemistry in Everyday Life (3 cr)                     ECO 2013              Principles of Economics-Macro (3 cr) or
CHM 1025C            Introduction to General Chemistry (4 cr)              ECO 2013H             Principles of Economics-Macro - Honors (3 cr)
CHM 1045C            Gen. Chemistry w/Qualitative Analysis I (4 cr) or     ECO 2023              Principles of Economics-Micro (3 cr) or
CHM 1045H            Gen. Chemistry w/Qualitative Analysis I -             ECO 2023H             Principles of Economics-Micro - Honors (3 cr)
                     Honors (4 cr)                                         EUH 2000*             Western Civilization to 1750 (3 cr) or
CHM 1046C            Gen. Chemistry w/Qualitative Analysis II (4 cr) or    EUH 2001*             Western Civilization 1750 to Present (3 cr)
CHM 1046H            Gen. Chemistry with Qualitative Analysis II -         HIS 2206              Recent and Contemporary History (3 cr)
                     Honors (4 cr)                                         INR 2002*             International Politics (3 cr) or
CHM 1205C            Introductory Organic and Biochemistry (4 cr)          INR 2002H*            International Politics - Honors (3 cr)
CHM 2210C            Organic Chemistry I (4 cr)                            POS 2112              State and Local Government (3 cr)
CHM 2211C            Organic Chemistry II (4 cr)                           PSY 1012              General Psychology (3 cr) or
CHM 2933             Special Topics in Chemistry (1-3 cr)                  PSY 1012H             General Psychology - Honors (3 cr)
ESC 1000             Earth Sciences (3 cr)                                 SYG 2000              Introductory Sociology (3 cr) or
GLY 2010C            Physical Geology (4 cr)                               SYG 2000H             Introductory Sociology - Honors (3 cr)
GLY 2100C            Historical Geology (4 cr) or
GLY 2100H            Historical Geology - Honors (4 cr)                    * EUH 2000, EUH 2001, INR 2002 and INR 2002H are Gordon Rule writing
GLY 2930             Selected Topics in Geology (1-3 cr)                       courses and have attribute codes: GRHM, HUMN. Although these courses
MCB 2010C            Microbiology (4 cr)                                       may apply toward either Humanities or Social Sciences, the same course
MCB 2930             Selected Topics in Microbiology (1-3 cr)                  cannot apply toward both Humanities and Social Sciences.
MET 1010             Introduction to Meteorology (3 cr)
OCB 2010C            Marine Biology (4 cr)                                 B. Electives/Required Prerequisites
OCB 2930             Selected Topics in Marine Biology (1-3 cr)
                                                                              for Major                                                24 Credits
OCE 1001             Introduction to Oceanography (3 cr)
PCB 1435             Florida Environmental Systems (3 cr)                  Most college-level credit courses taught at Valencia will count toward
PCB 1435H            Florida Environmental Systems (3 cr)                  elective credit. Any credits in excess of the minimum required in
PCB 2300C            Aquatic Biology (3 cr)                                any of the five core areas listed above will count as elective credits.
PCB 2304             Natural History of Florida Rivers (1 cr)              University majors require certain prerequisite courses before
PCB 2350             Neotropical Biology (3 cr)                            transferring; these are the courses that should be taken as electives
PCB 2930             Selected Topics in Ecology (1-3 cr)                   at Valencia.
PHY 1007C            Physics (4 cr)
PHY 1053C            Introductory Physics I (4 cr)                         To select the most appropriate electives, create an education plan
PHY 1054C            Introductory Physics II (4 cr)                        through Atlas for review with a Student Services staff member.
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C. Foreign Language Proficiency Requirement                                                                                                   Code
                                                                           SPA 2612            American Sign Language I (4 cr)
Valencia's college-level foreign language proficiency requirement can       SPA 2613            American Sign Language II (4 cr)
be satisfied in one of the following ways:                                  SPA 2614            American Sign Language III (4 cr)             FORL


• You may complete two credits (two years) of sequential high              Satisfaction of this graduation requirement for Valencia may also
  school instruction in one language other than English with a             satisfy the foreign language admission requirement for Florida public
  passing grade each year.                                                 universities; it may or may not satisfy a specific university graduation
                                                                           requirement. Students are encouraged to find out the specific
• You may successfully complete one of the following sequences in          requirements of institutions in which they are interested.
  a single foreign language:

                                                                Code       The Gordon Rule
   FRE 1000         Basic French (3 cr)
   FRE 1100         Elementary French I (3 cr)                             State Board of Education Rule 6A-10.030, the Gordon Rule, requires
   FRE 1101         Elementary French II (3 cr)                 FORL       that students complete with grades of C or better 12 credits in
                                                                           designated courses in which the student is required to demonstrate
   GER 1000         Basic German (3 cr)                                    college-level writing skills through multiple assignments and six
                                                                           credits of mathematics course work at the level of college algebra or
   GER 1100         Elementary German I (3 cr)                             higher. These courses must be completed successfully (grades of C
   GER 1101         Elementary German II (3 cr)                 FORL       or better) prior to the receipt of an A.A. Degree and prior to entry
                                                                           into the upper division of a Florida public university.
   POR 1120         Elementary Portuguese I (4 cr)
   POR 1121         Elementary Portuguese II (4cr)              FORL       For graduation with the Associate in Arts Degree from Valencia, the
                                                                           Gordon Rule requirements can be satisfied by completing either
   SPN 1000         Basic Spanish (3 cr)                                   the Writing and Mathematics requirements listed below or the
   SPN 1100         Elementary Spanish I (3 cr)                            Interdisciplinary Studies Program and the Mathematics requirement.
   SPN 1101         Elementary Spanish II (3 cr)                FORL

                                                                           Writing
• If you have prior knowledge, you may satisfy this requirement
  by successfully completing foreign language course work at the           Required
  Elementary II college level.                                             ENC 1101            Freshman Composition I (3 cr) or
                                                                           ENC 1101H           Freshman Composition I - Honors (3 cr)
• Demonstration of proficiency by passing a CLEP (College Level             ENC 1102            Freshman Composition II (3 cr) or
  Examination Program) foreign language test or a foreign                  ENC 1102H           Freshman Composition II - Honors (3 cr)
  language proficiency test administered by the University of
  Central Florida.                                                         Upon completion of ENC 1101 Freshman Composition I with a
                                                                           grade of C or better, students must complete, with grades of C or
• If your native language is a language other than English,                better, at least 6 credits from the list that follows. One course must
  you may satisfy the foreign language proficiency requirement by           have an HUM prefix.
  successful completion of English for Academic Purposes (EAP)
  course requirements and successful completion of the Area I              Architecture
  Communications requirements for the Associate in Arts Degree.            ARC 1701            History of Architecture I (3 cr)

Students who earn college-level foreign language credits through           Art
course work or CLEP may apply these credits toward the 24 Elective         ARH 2051            Introduction to Art History II (3 cr)
credits.                                                                   ARH 2051H           Introduction to Art History II - Honors (3 cr)

Demonstrated college-level proficiency in American Sign Language            History
(either through completion of nine semester credits or successful          EUH 2000            Western Civilization to 1750 (3 cr)
completion of SPA 2614) can be used to fulfill this requirement at
                                                                           EUH 2001            Western Civilization 1750 to Present (3 cr)
Valencia.
                                                                           Humanities
NOTE: American Sign Language cannot be used to fulfill the
                                                                           HUM 2220            Humanities - Greek and Roman (3 cr) or
foreign language graduation requirement at many universities.
                                                                           HUM 2220H           Humanities - Greek and Roman - Honors (3 cr)
Students are responsible for verifying acceptability at the institution
                                                                           HUM 2223            Humanities - Late Roman and Medieval (3 cr)
to which they plan to transfer.
                                                                                               or
                                                                           HUM 2223H           Humanities - Late Roman and Medieval
                                                                                               Honors (3 cr)
                                                                           HUM 2232            Humanities - Renaissance and Baroque (3 cr) or

                                                                           HUM 2232H           Humanities - Renaissance and Baroque -
                                                                                               Honors (3 cr)


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HUM 2234            Humanities - Enlightenment and Romanticism            MTG 2204            Informal Geometry (3 cr)
                    (3 cr) or                                             STA 2023            Statistical Methods (3 cr) or
HUM 2234H           Humanities - Enlightenment and Romanticism            STA 2023H           Statistical Methods - Honors (3 cr) or
                    Honors (3 cr)                                         STA 2930            Selected Topics in Statistics (3 cr)
HUM 2250            Humanities - Twentieth Century (3 cr) or
HUM 2250H           Humanities - Twentieth Century - Honors (3 cr)
HUM 2310            Mythology (3 cr) or                                   College-Level Academic Skills Program
HUM 2310H           Mythology - Honors (3 cr)                             (CLASP) and Test (CLAST)
HUM 2410            Asian Humanities (3 cr)
HUM 2454            African-American Humanities (3 cr)                    Florida Statutes and rules of the State Board of Education require
HUM 2461            Latin American Humanities (3 cr)                      students in the following categories to demonstrate proficiency in
                                                                          communication and computation:
Literature
AML 2011            American Literature: Colonial Period to               1. Those seeking the Associate in Arts Degree. (CLAST is not
                    Civil War (3 cr) or                                      required to receive the Associate in Applied Science or the
AML 2021            American Literature: Civil War to Present                Associate in Science Degree.)
                    (3 cr) or
AML 2021H           American Literature: Civil War to Present             2. Those who will transfer to a state university with 60 or more
                    Honors (3 cr)                                            credits.
ENL 2012            English Literature: 1300 to 1800 (3 cr)
ENL 2022            English Literature: 1800 to Present (3 cr)            The CLAST is a method to demonstrate competency in English
LIT 2090            Contemporary Literature (3 cr) or                     Language Skills, Essay, Mathematics and Reading. Alternative
LIT 2090H           Contemporary Literature - Honors (3 cr)               means to meet the requirement have been approved for those
LIT 2110            World Literature: Beginning through                   students who meet specific guidelines.
                    Renaissance (3 cr)
LIT 2120            World Literature: Enlightenment to Present            To be eligible for CLAST, students must have completed successfully
                                                                          a minimum of 18 credits of college-level work including Freshman
                    (3 cr) or
                                                                          Composition I and II, or their equivalent, and a math course
LIT 2120H           World Literature: Enlightenment to Present -
                                                                          from the list of AREA 3 Math courses under General Education
                    Honors (3 cr)
                                                                          Requirements. To be considered as completed successfully, these
LIT 2174            Mulitmedia and the Holocaust (3 cr)
                                                                          English and Math courses must be completed with a minimum
                                                                          grade of C.
Music
MUL 1110            Music Literature (3 cr)
                                                                          Alternative ways to meet College-Level Academic Skills Test
                                                                          requirements are available. Students may qualify for an Alternative
Political Science                                                         based on grades in a minimum of six credits in specific courses.
INR 2002            International Politics (3 cr) or                      To qualify for the Alternative to the CLAST subtests in English
INR 2002H           International Politics - Honors (3 cr)                Language Skills, Essay, and Reading, a student must have a 2.5 GPA
                                                                          in six credits of ENC 1101 and ENC 1102 or their equivalent. To
Mathematics:                                                              qualify for the Alternative to the CLAST subtest in mathematics, a
                                                                          student must have a 2.5 GPA in two courses (minimum of six credits)
Students must complete, with grades of C or better, at least 6 credits    that apply toward the mathematics requirement for general education
from the following list:                                                  in the A.A. Degree atValencia Community College.

MAC 1105            College Algebra (3 cr)                                A second alternative method requires specific scores on the SAT-I or
MAC 1114            College Trigonometry (3 cr)                           Enhanced ACT or equivalents on their original scales:
MAC 1140            Precalculus Algebra (3 cr)
MAC 1147            Precalculus (5 cr)                                                           Enhanced                  Section(s)
MAC 2233            Calculus for Business and Social Science (3 cr)       SAT-I         Score or ACT         Score         Exempted
MAC 2311            Calculus w/Analytic Geometry I (5 cr) or              Critical Read 500      English       21          English and Essay
MAC 2311H           Calculus w/Analytic Geometry I - Honors (5 cr)        Critical Read 500      Reading       22          Reading
MAC 2312            Calculus w/Analytic Geometry II (5 cr) or             Mathematics 500        Mathematics   21          Mathematics
MAC 2312H           Calculus w/Analytic Geometry II - Honors
                    (5 cr)                                                It is possible to satisfy the CLASP requirements through a
MAC 2313            Calculus w/Analytic Geometry III (4 cr)               combination of passing one or more CLAST subtests and using the
MAP 2302            Differential Equations (3 cr)                         Alternative(s) for one or more subtests.
MAS 2103            Introduction to Linear Algebra (3 cr) or
MAS 2103H           Introduction to Linear Algebra - Honors (3 cr)        Visit a campus Assessment Office to register for the CLAST. There
                                                                          is an examination fee for the pencil and paper version of the test
MGF 1106            College Mathematics (3 cr)
                                                                          per CLAST registration period, and there is a registration deadline.
MGF 1107            Mathematics for the Liberal Arts (3 cr)
                                                                          See the Academic Calendar in the online official catalog for the
MHF 2300            Logic and Proof in Mathematics (3 cr) or
                                                                          registration deadlines and test dates.
MHF 2300H           Logic and Proof in Mathematics - Honors
                    (3 cr)

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The Computer Adapted Test (CAT-CLAST) is given weekly on the                English Language Skills
West Campus and is available to those students who need only the
Computation, Reading and/or English Language Skills subtests of             Word Choice Skills
the CLAST; the Essay subtest is not given via computer. With the
CAT-CLAST you will know your score(s) immediately, though it may            • Use words which convey the meaning required by context
take up to four weeks for the scores to become official and appear           • Avoid wordiness
on your Valencia record. To register for the CAT-CLAST, visit the
Assessment Office on East, Osceola or West Campus or Student                 Sentence Structure Skills
Services at the Winter Park Campus. There is an examination fee
for the CAT-CLAST for each appointment, and you can take up to              •   Place modifiers correctly
three subtests per appointment. All test fees are non-refundable and        •   Coordinate and subordinate sentence elements
non-transferable.                                                           •   Use parallel expressions for parallel ideas
                                                                            •   Avoid fragments, comma splices, and fused sentences
Regardless of the version of the CLAST you take, a minimum of 31
days must have passed between attempts on the same subtest. If you          Grammar, Spelling, Capitalization, and Punctuation Skills
take the same subtest in less than 31 days, your scores will be invalid.
                                                                            • Use standard verb forms
To assist you in preparing for the CLAST,Valencia teaches CLASP             • Maintain agreement between subject and verb, pronoun and
skills in computation, English language, essay, and reading in                antecedent
courses in each of those academic disciplines. The skills are               • Use proper case forms
reinforced in virtually all appropriate courses offered at Valencia and     • Use adjectives and adverbs correctly
immediately before each CLAST, with CLAST review sessions in all            • Avoid inappropriate shifts in verb tenses
four areas. Valencia has created online review materials for each of        • Make logical comparisons
the CLAST subtests. The online CLAST review materials can be                • Use standard spelling, punctuation, and capitalization
accessed via your Atlas account under the Student Services tab. You
can obtain additional support to strengthen CLASP skills through
the Student Support Centers for communications and mathematics.             Essay Skills
Also, the campus libraries have preparation materials. Videos
for each academic discipline may be viewed in the libraries and             •   Select a subject which lends itself to development
books are available that provide sample questions and preparation           •   Determine the purpose and audience for writing
techniques. In addition, special help is provided through the               •   Limit a subject to requirements of time, purpose, and audience
West Campus Writing Center. On the Web you can find links to                 •   Formulate a thesis or main idea statement
additional review materials by visiting http://valenciacc.edu/              •   Provide adequate supporting details
assessments.                                                                •   Arrange ideas and details in an organizational pattern
                                                                                appropriate to the purpose and focus
The computation and communication competencies required are:                •   Write unified prose with relevant supporting material
                                                                            •   Write coherent prose with effective transitions between parts
                                                                            •   Avoid slang, jargon, cliches, and pretentious expressions
Reading Skills
                                                                            •   Use a variety of sentence patterns
Literal Comprehension                                                       •   Avoid overuse of passive construction
                                                                            •   Maintain consistent point of view
• Recognize main ideas                                                      •   Revise, edit, and proofread for clarity, consistency, and
• Identify supporting details                                                   conformity to standard American English
• Determine meaning of words
                                                                            All of the skills tested on the English language skills subtest are also
Critical Comprehension                                                      tested on the essay subtest.

•   Recognize author's purpose
                                                                            Mathematics Skills
•   Identify author's overall organizational pattern
•   Distinguish between fact and opinion                                    Arithmetic Skills
•   Detect bias
•   Recognize author's tone                                                 • Add, subtract, multiply and divide rational numbers in fractional
•   Recognize relationships within sentences                                  form
•   Recognize relationships between sentences                               • Add, subtract, multiply and divide rational numbers in decimal
•   Recognize valid arguments                                                 form
•   Draw inferences and conclusions                                         • Calculate percent increase and percent decrease
                                                                            • Solve“a% of b is c,”where two of the variables are given
                                                                            • Recognize the meaning of exponents
                                                                            • Recognize the role of the base number in the base-ten
                                                                              numeration system
                                                                            • Identify equivalent forms of decimals, percents, and fractions
                                                                            • Determine the order relation between real numbers
                                                                            • Identify a reasonable estimate of a sum, average, or product


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• Infer relations between numbers in general by examining              Logical Reasoning Skills
  number pairs
• Solve real-world problems which do not involve the use of            • Deduce facts of set inclusion or set non-inclusion from a
  percent                                                                diagram
• Solve real-world problems which involve the use of percent           • Identify the negations of simple and compound statements
• Solve problems that involve the structure and logic of arithmetic    • Determine equivalence and nonequivalence of statements
                                                                       • Draw logical conclusions from data
Geometry and Measurement Skills                                        • Recognize invalid arguments with true conclusions
                                                                       • Recognize valid reasoning patterns shown in everyday language
• Round measurements                                                   • Select applicable rules for transforming statements without
• Calculate distance, area and volume                                    affecting their meaning
• Identify relationships between angle measures                        • Draw logical conclusions when facts warrant them
• Classify simple plane figures by recognizing their properties
• Recognize similar triangles and their properties
• Identify units of measurement for geometric objects                  Community College Associate in Arts
• Infer formulas for measuring geometric figures                        Transfer Guarantees
• Select applicable formulas for computing measures of geometric
  figures                                                               Community College Associate in Arts graduates are guaranteed
• Solve real-world problems involving perimeters, areas, and           certain rights under the statewide Articulation Agreement
  volumes of geometric figures                                          6A-10.024. This Articulation Agreement governs the transfer of
• Solve real-world problems involving the Pythagorean property         students from Florida public community colleges to the state
                                                                       university system. The agreement addresses General Admission
Algebra Skills                                                         to a state university and Program Admission.

•   Add, subtract, multiply and divide real numbers                    General Admission to Florida State Universities
•   Apply the order of operations agreement
•   Use scientific notation                                             Guarantees
•   Solve linear equations and inequalities
•   Use formulas to compute results                                    The Florida Articulation Agreement designates the Associate in Arts
•   Find particular values of a function                               degree as the transfer degree to Florida state universities. In doing
•   Factor a quadratic expression                                      so, the Agreement guarantees that:
•   Find the roots of a quadratic equation
•   Solve a system of two linear equations in two unknowns             1. Community college A.A. Degree holders will be granted
•   Use properties of operations correctly                                admission to one of the eleven (11) state universities but not
•   Determine whether a number is among the solutions of a given          necessarily to limited access programs.
    equation or inequality
•   Recognize statements and conditions of proportionality and         2. Upon transferring to a state university, A.A. Degree graduates
    variation                                                             will be awarded at least 60 credits towards the baccalaureate
                                                                          degree.
•   Identify regions of the coordinate plane which correspond to
    specific conditions and vice versa
                                                                       3. The university catalog in effect the year the A.A. Degree student
•   Use applicable properties to select equivalent equations or
                                                                          first enrolled at the community college will remain in effect for
    inequalities
                                                                          the student’s program at the university, provided the student
•   Solve real-world problems involving the use of variables
                                                                          maintains continuous enrollment as defined in that catalog.
•   Solve problems that involve the structure and logic of algebra
                                                                       4. Once a student has completed the General Education Core
Statistics Skills, Including Probability                                  courses and this is so noted on the transcript, regardless of
                                                                          whether or not an A.A. Degree is awarded, no other state
•   Identify information contained in graphs
                                                                          university or state community college to which the student may
•   Determine the mean, median and mode
                                                                          transfer can require additional General Education Core courses.
•   Use the fundamental counting principle
•   Recognize properties and interrelationships among the mean,
                                                                       5. When transferring among institutions participating in the
    median and mode
                                                                          statewide course numbering system, a receiving institution must
•   Choose the most appropriate procedures for selecting an               accept all courses taken at the transfer institution, if the same
    unbiased sample                                                       course with the same course number is offered at the receiving
•   Identify the probability of a specified outcome                        institution.
•   Infer relations and make accurate predictions from studying
    statistical data                                                       6. Credits earned through acceleration mechanisms (Advanced
•   Interpret real-world data involving frequency and cumulative              Placement, College Level Examination Program, Dual
    frequency tables                                                          Enrollment, International Baccalaureate, DANTES and Excelsior)
•   Solve real-world problems involving probabilities                         within the A.A. Degree at the community college will be
                                                                              transferable to the state university.



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Students without an A.A. Degree who are seeking admission to a          Appeals
state university do not have all the guarantees provided by the
Articulation Agreement and may be denied admission or lose credit       Should any of these guarantees be denied, the student has the
when transferring. In most cases students without an A.A. Degree        right to file an appeal. Each state university has established appeal
will have to meet freshman admissions standards.                        procedures. Students may contact the state university articulation
                                                                        officer for information about these procedures.
Admission to Specific Programs at Florida State
Universities                                                            Associate in Arts Degree: General Studies
The universities determine the courses and prerequisites that must
be taken in order to receive a baccalaureate degree for a chosen        The Associate in Arts Degree: General Studies (A.A. General Studies)
program. Although all credit earned towards an A.A. Degree will         is available for students who want a college degree and have not selected
transfer to a university, not all credit may satisfy the program        a Pre-Major for transfer to a state university in Florida and for students
prerequisites or the course requirements for a baccalaureate degree.    who plan to transfer to a private and/or out-of-state institution.
Therefore, it is important to know the program requirements and to      Although the Pre-Majors provide the best preparation for transfer to the
take as many courses as possible at Valencia while completing the       specific majors in Florida’s State University System, a student still may
A.A. Degree.                                                            choose the Associate in Arts: General Studies.

Limited Access                                                          By completing the Associate in Arts Degree: General Studies, a
                                                                        student satisfies the General Education requirements for Valencia and
Due to limited resources, some programs have limited enrollments;
                                                                        the state universities and, therefore, is eligible for transfer as a junior
in order to select students these programs may have additional
admission requirements which are more restrictive than the              to a state university; in addition, with careful course selection, a
university’s general admission requirements. These requirements         student who earns this degree may be prepared for transfer as a junior
may include one or more of the following: completion of specific         to a specific degree program. It is the student’s responsibility to find
courses, minimum grade point average, minimum test scores,              out the requirements for admission to the major at the university
interviews, auditions, submission of a portfolio, and deadlines.        to which the student will transfer. For assistance in accessing this
                                                                        information, you may visit Career Development Services or the Atlas
Guarantees                                                              Access Lab on any campus where you also may complete, through
                                                                        the LifeMap Tools in Atlas, an education plan to prepare you for a
A.A. graduates are not guaranteed admission into limited access         specific major(s). Once you create an education plan, you may meet
programs but are guaranteed that:
                                                                        with a Student Services staff member to discuss the requirements for
                                                                        a particular major(s) and your education plan.
1. The community college student will have the same opportunity
   to enroll in a university limited access program as the native
   university student.                                                  All degree-seeking students must satisfy entry testing requirements
                                                                        and satisfactorily complete all Mandatory Courses in reading,
2. Selection and enrollment criteria for a university limited access    student success, mathematics, English and English for Academic
   program will be established and published in catalogs and            Purposes in which the student is placed. Students must complete
   appropriate publications. Notification of any changes in a            prerequisites for the program courses and Valencia’s foreign
   program will include sufficient time for prospective students to      language proficiency requirement. Courses meeting the preceding
   adjust to meet program criteria.                                     requirements may be in addition to the 60 credits listed.

Resources are available for planning your transfer to a bachelor’s
                                                                        To be awarded an Associate in Arts Pre-Major, all graduation
degree program. For assistance in accessing this information, you
                                                                        requirements for the Associate in Arts degree must be satisfied.
may visit Career Development Services or the Atlas Access Lab on
any campus where you may complete, through the LifeMap Tools in
Atlas, an education plan to prepare you for a specific major(s). Once
you create an education plan, you may meet with a Student Services
staff member to discuss the requirements for a particular major(s)
and review your education plan.




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Suggested Course Sequence for the Associate in                                                      Pre-Majors at Valencia
Arts Degree: General Studies
                                                                                                    Through the Associate in Arts Degree,Valencia offers preparation for
The following suggested course sequence includes all of the course                                  the nearly 200 majors in the State University System (SUS) of
requirements for the A.A. Degree.                                                                   Florida. Each Pre-Major is designed as an advisory guide for a
                                                                                                    student who plans to earn the Associate in Arts Degree from
The courses do not have to be taken in the order listed; the sequence                               Valencia and transfer to one of the eleven state universities in Florida
suggested is based upon prerequisites and level of course difficulty                                 as a junior to complete a bachelor’s degree in one of the specific
for most students.                                                                                  university majors. Each Pre-Major includes the courses to satisfy
                                                                                                    Valencia’s General Education requirements for the A.A. Degree
FOUNDATION COURSES                                                                                  and the Statewide Common Course Prerequisites for the specific
                                                                                                    university major.
    Course               Title                                             Credits         Code
+* ENC 1101              Freshman Composition I (GR)                           3     ENC1, COMM,    Students who plan to transfer to a restricted access or limited access
                                                                                           GREG     program are responsible for completing the specific requirements
+* Mathematics           (GR)                                                   3    GRMT, GRQN     of the institution to which they will transfer, as completion of a
   Humanities            (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)                         3          HUMN      Pre-Major does not guarantee admission to an upper division
   POS 2041              U.S. Government                                       3            POS     program if that university program has restricted access or limited
   SPC 1600              Fundamentals of Speech                                3      COMM, SPC     access status. In general, restricted access means there are
   Elective(s)                                                                 3                    admission requirements in addition to the A.A. Degree and, if those
                         Total Credits                                         18                   requirements are met, the student will qualify for admission to the
                                                                                                    university program. The additional requirements might include the
                                                                                                    completion of certain courses, a separate application, an early
INTERMEDIATE COURSES
                                                                                                    application date and/or a minimum grade point average.
    Course               Title                                             Credits         Code
+* ENC 1102              Freshman Composition II (GR)                          3     ENC2, COMM,    Limited access means there are requirements in addition to the A.A.
                                                                                           GREG     Degree and, even though these additional requirements are met, the
+* Mathematics           (GR)                                                  3     GRMT, GRQN     student might not be admitted to the university program because
   Science               (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)                         3           AASC     admission is a selective process conducted by the university. The
+* Humanities            HUM Prefix (GR)                                        3     HUMH, GRHM     additional requirements might include the completion of certain
   Social Science        (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)                         3           AASS
                                                                                                    courses, a minimum grade point average, minimum test scores,
                                                                                                    interviews, auditions and/or portfolios. It is the student’s
   Elective(s)                                                                 3
                                                                                                    responsibility to learn if a particular university major is designated
   Elective(s)                                                                 3
                                                                                                    limited access or restricted access at the specific university to which
                         Total Credits                                         21                   the student wants to transfer.

ADVANCED COURSES                                                                                    Some Pre-Majors are based upon articulation agreements with
                                                                                                    specific universities and this information is reflected in the specific
    Course               Title                                             Credits         Code
                                                                                                    Pre-Major information. (Additional information on the articulation
+* Humanities            (GR)                                                  3     HUMN, GRHM
                                                                                                    agreements may be found at http://valenciacc.edu/aadegrees/
   Science               (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)                         3           AASC     articulationagreements.cfm.) Although a Pre-Major may be based
   Elective(s)                                                                 3                    upon an articulation agreement with one or more universities, the
   Elective(s)                                                                 3                    listed courses would be very similar for that major for any of the
   Elective(s)                                                                 3                    state universities in Florida.
   Elective(s)                                                                  3
   Elective(s)                                                                  3                   A.A. Degree-seeking students in all Pre-Majors must satisfy
                                                                                                    entry testing requirements and satisfactorily complete all
                         Total Credits                                         21
                                                                                                    Mandatory Courses in reading, student success, mathematics,
                         Total Degree Credits                                  60
                                                                                                    English and English for Academic Purposes in which the
                                                                                                    student is placed and must satisfy Valencia’s foreign language
                                                                                                    proficiency requirement.




Specialized courses may not be offered every session or on every campus.
+     This course must be completed with a grade of C or better.
*     This course has a prerequisite; check description in Valencia catalog.
(GR) Denotes a Gordon Rule course.
Code Denotes course attribute if needed for degree audits.


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Valencia offers the following Pre-Majors:                                       Pre-Major: Accounting
•   Accounting                                                                  Associate in Arts Degree
•   Architecture                                                                This Pre-Major is designed for the student who plans to transfer
•   Art, Studio/Fine Art                                                        to a Florida public university as a junior to complete a four-year
•   Biology                                                                     bachelor’s degree in Accounting. Students who plan to transfer to
•   Business Administration                                                     a limited access program are responsible for completing the specific
•   Chemistry                                                                   requirements of the institution to which they will transfer as
•   Computer Science                                                            completion of this Pre-Major does not guarantee admission
•   Dance Performance                                                           to an upper division limited access program. Although this
•   Economics                                                                   Pre-Major is the best preparation for transfer in this major, students
•   Education (Early Childhood)                                                 may be able to earn Valencia’s Associate in Arts Degree: General
                                                                                Studies and still be prepared for transfer in this major.
•   Education (General Preparation)
•   Articulated Engineering (Florida Institute of Technology)                   All degree-seeking students must satisfy entry testing requirements
•   Articulated Engineering (Polytechnic University of the                      and satisfactorily complete all Mandatory Courses in reading,
    Americas)                                                                   student success, mathematics, English and English for Academic
•   Articulated Engineering (University of Central Florida)                     Purposes in which the student is placed. Students must complete
•   Articulated Engineering (University of Florida)                             all prerequisites for the listed course requirements and Valencia’s
•   Articulated Engineering (University of Miami)                               foreign language proficiency requirement. Courses meeting the
•   Engineering (General)                                                       preceding requirements may be in addition to the 60 credits listed.
•   English
•   French                                                                      The courses do not have to be taken in the order listed; the sequence
•   Health Information Management (Medical Coder/Biller)                        suggested is based upon p rerequisites and level of course difficulty
•   Health Services Administration                                              for most students.
•   History
•   Horticultural Science                                                       FOUNDATION COURSES
•   Humanities                                                                       Course       Title                               Credits         Code
•   Human Resources Management                                                  +* ENC 1101       Freshman Composition I (GR)           3       ENC1, COMM,
•   Information Technology                                                                                                                            GREG

•   Interpersonal Communications                                                +* MAC 2233       Calculus for Business and Social
•   Journalism                                                                                    Science (GR)                           3
•   Management Information Systems                                                   SPC 1600     Fundamentals of Speech                 3       COMM, SPC

•   Marine Biology                                                                   POS 2041     U.S. Government                        3             POS

•   Marketing                                                                        GEB 1011     Introduction to Business              3
•   Mathematics                                                                      Science      (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)          3            AASC
                                                                                     Humanities   (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)          3           HUMN
•   Philosophy
                                                                                                  Total Credits                         21
•   Political Science and Government
•   Portuguese
                                                                                INTERMEDIATE COURSES
•   Psychology
•   Public Administration                                                            Course       Title                               Credits         Code

•   Public Relations/Organizational Communication                               +* ENC 1102       Freshman Composition II (GR)          3       ENC2, COMM,
                                                                                                                                                      GREG
•   Radiologic Sciences
                                                                                +*   STA 2023     Statistical Methods (GR)              3
•   Respiratory Care
                                                                                +*   Humanities   HUM Prefix (GR)                        3       GRHM, HUMH
•   Sign Language Interpretation
                                                                                +*   ACG 2021     Financial Accounting                  3
•   Social Sciences
                                                                                +    ECO 2013     Principles of Economics-Macro         3
•   Sociology                                                                   +    CGS 2100     Computer Fundamentals and
•   Spanish                                                                                       Applications                           3
•   Statistics                                                                       PSY 1012     General Psychology                     3
•   Theatre/Drama/Dramatic Arts                                                                   Total Credits                         21




Specialized courses may not be offered every session or on every campus.
+     This course must be completed with a grade of C or better.
*     This course has a prerequisite; check description in Valencia catalog.
(GR) Denotes a Gordon Rule course.
Code Denotes course attribute if needed for degree audits.


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ADVANCED COURSES                                                                                        INTERMEDIATE COURSES

     Course              Title                                                 Credits         Code         Course           Title                                  Credits         Code
+* ACG 2071              Managerial Accounting                                   3                      + * ENC 1102         Freshman Composition II (GR)             3       ENC2, COMM,

+ ECO 2023               Principles of Economics-Micro                            3                                                                                                 GREG

+* Humanities            (GR)                                                     3      HUMN, GRHM     + * ARC 1302         Architectural Design II                  4
   Science               (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)                           3             AASC     + * ARC 2702         History of Architecture II               3            HUMN

   Elective(s)                                                                   3                      + ARC 1201           Theory of Architecture                   3
   Elective(s)                                                                   3                          SPC 1600         Fundamentals of Speech                    3       COMM, SPC

                         Total Credits                                           18                     + * MAC 1114         College Trigonometry (GR)                 3
                         Total Degree Credits                                    60                     + * PHY 1053C        Introductory Physics I                   4             AASC
                                                                                                                             Total Credits                            23
NOTES: Recommended electives include: prerequisites necessary
for the listed course requirements, foreign language courses                                            ADVANCED COURSES
necessary to satisfy Valencia’s and the university’s foreign language
                                                                                                            Course           Title                                  Credits         Code
proficiency requirement(s), SLS 1122 Student Success, *APA 2941
Internship Exploration and additional Accounting courses from the                                       + * ARC 2303         Architectural Design III                 5
course descriptions section of the catalog. The electives do not                                            POS 2041         U.S. Government                          3              POS

necessarily need to be taken in three-credit courses.                                                   + * Humanities       HUM Prefix (GR)                            3      HUMH, GRHM
                                                                                                            Social Science   (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)             3            AASS
                                                                                                        + * ARC 2304         Architectural Design IV                  5
Pre-Major: Architecture                                                                                                      Architecture Elective                     2
Associate in Arts Degree                                                                                                     Total Credits                            21
                                                                                                                             Total Degree Credits                     60
Based on an Articulation Agreement with the University of
Florida in Gainesville, Florida
                                                                                                        ARCHITECTURE ELECTIVES
                                                                                                        Students who want to fulfill the requirements for the Articulation
This Pre-Major is designed for the student who plans to transfer                                        Agreement with the University of Florida must take the following
to a Florida public university as a junior to complete a degree in                                      additional courses:
Architecture. Students who plan to transfer to a limited access
program are responsible for completing the specific requirements                                         + ARC 2461           Materials and Methods of
of the institution to which they will transfer as completion of this                                                         Construction                             4
pre-major does not guarantee admission to an upper division                                             + * ARC 2180         Introduction to Digital Architecture     3
limited access program.

All degree-seeking students must satisfy entry testing requirements                                     Pre-Major: Art, Studio/Fine Art
and satisfactorily complete all Mandatory Courses in reading,                                           Associate in Arts Degree
student success, mathematics, English and English for Academic
Purposes in which the student is placed. Students must complete                                         This Pre-Major is designed for the student who plans to transfer to
all prerequisites for the listed course requirements and Valencia’s                                     a Florida public university as a junior to complete a four-year
foreign language proficiency requirement. Courses meeting the                                            bachelor’s degree in Art. Students who plan to transfer to a limited
preceding requirements may be in addition to the 60 credits listed.                                     access program are responsible for completing the specific
                                                                                                        requirements of the institution to which they will transfer as
The courses do not have to be taken in the order listed; the sequence                                   completion of this Pre-Major does not guarantee admission
suggested is based upon prerequisites and level of course difficulty                                     to an upper division limited access program. Although this
for most students.                                                                                      Pre-Major is the best preparation for transfer in this major, students
                                                                                                        may be able to earn Valencia’s Associate in Arts Degree: General
                                                                                                        Studies and still be prepared for transfer in this major.
FOUNDATION COURSES

     Course              Title                                                 Credits         Code
                                                                                                        All degree-seeking students must satisfy entry testing requirements
+ * ENC 1101             Freshman Composition I (GR)                             3       ENC1, COMM,
                                                                                                        and satisfactorily complete all Mandatory Courses in reading,
                                                                                               GREG     student success, mathematics, English and English for Academic
+ * MAC 1140             Precalculus Algebra                                      3                     Purposes in which the student is placed. Students must complete
    Science              (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)                            3            AASC
                                                                                                        all prerequisites for the listed course requirements and Valencia’s
                                                                                                        foreign language proficiency requirement. Courses meeting the
+ * ARC 1301             Architectural Design I                                   4
                                                                                                        preceding requirements may be in addition to the 60 credits listed.
+ * ARC 1701             History of Architecture I (GR)                           3      GRHM, HUMN
                         Total Credits                                           16                     The courses do not have to be taken in the order listed; the
                                                                                                        sequence suggested is based upon prerequisites and level of course
                                                                                                        difficulty for most students.
Specialized courses may not be offered every session or on every campus.
+     This course must be completed with a grade of C or better.
*     This course has a prerequisite; check description in Valencia catalog.
(GR) Denotes a Gordon Rule course.
Code Denotes course attribute if needed for degree audits.                                                                                                                       continued

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FOUNDATION COURSES                                                                                  Pre-Major: Biology
     Course              Title                                             Credits         Code     Associate in Arts Degree
+* ENC 1101              Freshman Composition I (GR)                           3     ENC1, COMM,
                                                                                           GREG
                                                                                                    This Pre-Major is designed for the student who plans to transfer to
+*   Mathematics         (GR)                                                   3    GRMT, GRQN
                                                                                                    a Florida public university as a junior to complete a four-year
+    ARH 2050            Introduction to Art History I                         3                    bachelor’s degree in Biology. Students who plan to transfer to a
+    ART 1201C           Design I                                              3                    limited access program are responsible for completing the specific
+    ART 1300C           Drawing I                                             3                    requirements of the institution to which they will transfer as
     POS 2041            U.S. Government                                       3            POS
                                                                                                    completion of this Pre-Major does not guarantee admission
     SPC 1600            Fundamentals of Speech                                3      COMM, SPC
                                                                                                    to an upper division limited access program. Although this
                         Total Credits                                         21                   Pre-Major is the best preparation for transfer in this major, students
                                                                                                    may be able to earn Valencia’s Associate in Arts Degree: General
INTERMEDIATE COURSES                                                                                Studies and still be prepared for transfer in this major.

     Course              Title                                             Credits         Code     All degree-seeking students must satisfy entry testing requirements
+* ENC 1102              Freshman Composition II (GR)                          3     ENC2, COMM,
                                                                                                    and satisfactorily complete all Mandatory Courses in reading,
                                                                                           GREG
                                                                                                    student success, mathematics, English and English for Academic
+* Mathematics           (GR)                                                   3    GRMT, GRQN
                                                                                                    Purposes in which the student is placed. Students must complete
   Science               (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)                          3          AASC
                                                                                                    all prerequisites for the listed course requirements and Valencia’s
   Social Science        (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)                          3          AASS
                                                                                                    foreign language proficiency requirement. Courses meeting the
+* ART 1203C             Design II                                             3                    preceding requirements may be in addition to the 60 credits listed.
+* ART 1301C             Drawing II                                            3
+* ART 2XXXC             1
                           An Introductory Media Course                        3                    The courses do not have to be taken in the order listed; the
                         Total Credits                                         21                   sequence suggested is based upon prerequisites and level of course
                                                                                                    difficulty for most students.
ADVANCED COURSES
                                                                                                    FOUNDATION COURSES
     Course              Title                                             Credits         Code
+* ARH 2051              Introduction to Art History II (GR)                   3          GRHM          Course       Title                                    Credits         Code
   Science               (See AA General Education                                                  +* ENC 1101      Freshman Composition I (GR)                3       ENC1, COMM,
                         Requirement)                                           3          AASC                                                                               GREG
+* Humanities            HUM Prefix (GR)                                         3    HUMH, GRHM     +* MAC 2311      Calculus with Analytic Geometry I (GR)     5
+ ART 2XXXC              1
                           An Introductory Media Course                        3                    +* CHM 1045C     General Chemistry with Qualitative
+ ART 2XXXC              1
                           An Introductory Media Course                        3                                     Analysis I                                 4
   Elective(s)                                                                 3                       PSY 1012      General Psychology                         3
                         Total Credits                                         18                      Humanities    (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)              3            HUMN
                         Total Degree Credits                                  60                   +* CHM 1046C     General Chemistry with Qualitative
                                                                                                                     Analysis II                                 4
NOTES:                                                                                                               Total Credits                              22
1
  Choose from the following introductory media courses:
                                                                                                    INTERMEDIATE COURSES
     Course              Title                                             Credits
* ART 2330C              Life Drawing                                          3                        Course       Title                                    Credits         Code
  ART 2400C              Printmaking I                                         3                    +* ENC 1102      Freshman Composition II (GR)               3       ENC2, COMM,
* ART 2401C              Printmaking II                                        3                                                                                              GREG
* ART 2500C              Painting I                                            3                    +* STA 2023      Statistical Methods (GR)
* ART 2501C              Painting II                                           3                                         or
  ART 2701C              Sculpture I                                           3                    +* MAC 2312      Calculus with Analytic Geometry II
  ART 2750C              Ceramics I                                            3                                     (GR)                                      3-5
* ART 2751C              Ceramics II                                           3                    +* CHM 2210C     Organic Chemistry I
                                                                                                                         or
Recommended electives include: prerequisites necessary for the                                      +* PHY 2048C     General Physics with Calculus I            4
listed course requirements, foreign language courses necessary to                                   + BSC 1010C      Fundamentals of Biology I                  4
satisfy Valencia’s and the university’s foreign language proficiency                                    POS 2041      U.S. Government                            3              POS
requirement(s), SLS 1122 Student Success and *ART 2941                                                 SPC 1600      Fundamentals of Speech                     3        COMM, SPC
Internship Exploration. The electives do not necessarily need to be
                                                                                                                     Total Credits                            20-22
taken in three-credit courses.

Specialized courses may not be offered every session or on every campus.
+     This course must be completed with a grade of C or better.
*     This course has a prerequisite; check description in Valencia catalog.
(GR) Denotes a Gordon Rule course.
Code Denotes course attribute if needed for degree audits.


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ADVANCED COURSES                                                                             FOUNDATION COURSES

     Course              Title                                             Credits   Code         Course        Title                              Credits         Code
+* CHM 2211C             Organic Chemistry II                                                +* ENC 1101        Freshman Composition I (GR)          3       ENC1, COMM,
                            or                                                                                                                                     GREG

+*   PHY 2049C           General Physics with Calculus II                    4                    Humanities    (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)         3           HUMN

+*   BSC 1011C           Fundamentals of Biology II                          4                    POS 2041      U.S. Government                       3             POS

+*   Humanities          HUM Prefix (GR)                                      3 HUMH, GRHM         SPC 1600      Fundamentals of Speech                3       COMM, SPC

+*   Humanities          (GR)                                                3 HUMN, GRHM         GEB 1011      Introduction to Business             3
     Elective(s)                                                            2-4                   Elective(s)                                         3
                         Total Credits                                     16-18                                Total Credits                        18
                         Total Degree Credits                               60
                                                                                             INTERMEDIATE COURSES
NOTES: Recommended electives include: prerequisites necessary                                     Course        Title                              Credits         Code
for the listed course requirements, foreign language courses                                 +* ENC 1102        Freshman Composition II (GR)         3       ENC2, COMM,
necessary to satisfy Valencia’s and the university’s foreign language                                                                                              GREG
proficiency requirement(s), SLS 1122 Student Success, *BSC 2933                               + CGS 2100         Computer Fundamentals and
Selected Topics in Biology, and *BSC 2941 Internship Exploration.                                               Applications                         3
The electives do not necessarily need to be taken in three-credit
                                                                                             +    ECO 2013      Principles of Economics-Macro        3
courses.
                                                                                             +*   ACG 2021      Financial Accounting                 3
                                                                                             +*   Humanities    HUM Prefix (GR)                       3       HUMH, GRHM
                                                                                             +*   MAC 2233      Calculus for Business and Social
Pre-Major: Business Administration                                                                              Science (GR)                         3
Associate in Arts Degree
                                                                                                  Elective(s)                                         3
                                                                                                                Total Credits                        21
This Pre-Major is designed for the student who plans to transfer to
a Florida public university as a junior to complete a four-year
bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. Students who plan to                           ADVANCED COURSES
transfer to a limited access program are responsible for completing                               Course        Title                              Credits         Code
the specific requirements of the institution to which they will                                    Science       (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)         3            AASC
transfer as completion of this Pre-Major does not guarantee
                                                                                             +*   Humanities    (GR)                                  3      GRHM, HUMN
admission to an upper division limited access program.
                                                                                             +*   STA 2023      Statistical Methods (GR)              3
Although this Pre-Major is the best preparation for transfer in this
                                                                                             +*   ACG 2071      Managerial Accounting                 3
major, students may be able to earn Valencia’s Associate in Arts
Degree: General Studies and still be prepared for transfer in this                           +    ECO 2023      Principles of Economics-Micro        3
major.                                                                                            Science       (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)        3             AASC
                                                                                                  Elective(s)                                         3
All degree-seeking students must satisfy entry testing requirements                                             Total Credits                        21
and satisfactorily complete all Mandatory Courses in reading,                                                   Total Degree Credits                 60
student success, mathematics, English and English for Academic
Purposes in which the student is placed. Students must complete                              NOTES: Recommended electives include: prerequisites necessary
all prerequisites for the listed course requirements and Valencia’s                          for the listed course requirements, foreign language courses
foreign language proficiency requirement. Courses meeting the                                 necessary to satisfy Valencia’s and the university’s foreign language
preceding requirements may be in addition to the 60 credits listed.                          proficiency requirement(s), SLS 1122 Student Success and
                                                                                             additional courses from the Business Administration and
                                                                                             Management course descriptions section of the catalog. The
The courses do not have to be taken in the order listed; the
                                                                                             electives do not necessarily need to be taken in three-credit courses.
sequence suggested is based upon prerequisites and level of course
difficulty for most students.
                                                                                             Pre-Major: Chemistry
                                                                                             Associate in Arts Degree

                                                                                             This Pre-Major is designed for the student who plans to transfer to
                                                                                             a Florida public university as a junior to complete a four-year
                                                                                             bachelor’s degree in Chemistry. Students who plan to transfer to a
                                                                                             limited access program are responsible for completing the specific
                                                                                             requirements of the institution to which they will transfer as
                                                                                             completion of this Pre-Major does not guarantee admission
                                                                                             to an upper division limited access program. Although this

Specialized courses may not be offered every session or on every campus.
+     This course must be completed with a grade of C or better.
*     This course has a prerequisite; check description in Valencia catalog.
(GR) Denotes a Gordon Rule course.
Code Denotes course attribute if needed for degree audits.


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Pre-Major is the best preparation for transfer in this major, students                              NOTES: Recommended electives include: prerequisites necessary
may be able to earn Valencia’s Associate in Arts Degree: General                                    for the listed course requirements, foreign language courses
Studies and still be prepared for transfer in this major.                                           necessary to satisfy Valencia’s and the university’s foreign language
                                                                                                    proficiency requirement(s), SLS 1122 Student Success, SLS 1301
All degree-seeking students must satisfy entry testing requirements                                 Career Development, and *CHM 2941 Internship Exploration. The
and satisfactorily complete all Mandatory Courses in reading,                                       electives do not necessarily need to be taken in three-credit courses.
student success, mathematics, English and English for Academic
Purposes in which the student is placed. Students must complete
all prerequisites for the listed course requirements and Valencia’s
                                                                                                    Pre-Major: Computer Science
foreign language proficiency requirement. Courses meeting the                                        Associate in Arts Degree
preceding requirements may be in addition to the 60 credits listed.
                                                                                                    This Pre-Major is designed for the student who plans to transfer to
                                                                                                    a Florida public university as a junior to complete a four-year
The courses do not have to be taken in the order listed; the                                        bachelor’s degree in Computer Science. Students who plan to
sequence suggested is based upon prerequisites and level of course                                  transfer to a limited access program are responsible for completing
difficulty for most students.                                                                        the specific requirements of the institution to which they will
                                                                                                    transfer as completion of this Pre-Major does not guarantee
FOUNDATION COURSES                                                                                  admission to an upper division limited access program.
                                                                                                    Although this Pre-Major is the best preparation for transfer in this
    Course               Title                                             Credits         Code
                                                                                                    major, students may be able to earn Valencia’s Associate in Arts
+* ENC 1101              Freshman Composition I (GR)                           3     ENC1, COMM,
                                                                                                    Degree: General Studies and still be prepared for transfer in this
                                                                                           GREG
                                                                                                    major.
   SPC 1600              Fundamentals of Speech                                3      COMM, SPC
+* CHM 1045C             General Chemistry with Qualitative                                         All degree-seeking students must satisfy entry testing requirements
                         Analysis I                                            4                    and satisfactorily complete all Mandatory Courses in reading,
+* MAC 2311              Calculus with Analytic Geometry I (GR)                 5                   student success, mathematics, English and English for Academic
   POS 2041              U.S. Government                                       3            POS
                                                                                                    Purposes in which the student is placed. Students must complete
                         Total Credits                                         18                   all prerequisites for the listed course requirements and Valencia’s
                                                                                                    foreign language proficiency requirement. Courses meeting the
INTERMEDIATE COURSES                                                                                preceding requirements may be in addition to the 60 credits listed.
    Course               Title                                             Credits         Code
+* ENC 1102              Freshman Composition II (GR)                          3     ENC2, COMM,    The courses do not have to be taken in the order listed; the
                                                                                           GREG
                                                                                                    sequence suggested is based upon prerequisites and level of course
                                                                                                    difficulty for most students.
   Humanities            (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)                         3          HUMN
+* MAC 2312              Calculus with Analytic Geometry II (GR)                5
                                                                                                    FOUNDATION COURSES
+* Humanities            HUM Prefix (GR)                                        3     GRHM, HUMH
+* CHM 1046C             General Chemistry II                                  4                        Course        Title                                Credits         Code
   Social Science        (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)                         3           AASS     +* ENC 1101       Freshman Composition I (GR)            3       ENC1, COMM,

                         Total Credits                                         21                                                                                          GREG
                                                                                                    +* MAC 2311       Calculus with Analytic Geometry I (GR) 5
ADVANCED COURSES                                                                                       Humanities     (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)           3           HUMN
                                                                                                       SPC 1600       Fundamentals of Speech                  3       COMM, SPC
    Course               Title                                             Credits         Code
                                                                                                    +* 1 Science                                              4            AASC
+* CHM 2210C             Organic Chemistry I
                                                                                                       Elective                                               1
                             or
                                                                                                                      Total Credits                          19
+* PHY 2048C             General Physics with Calculus I                       4
+* CHM 2211C             Organic Chemistry II
                                                                                                    INTERMEDIATE COURSES
                             or
+* PHY 2049C             General Physics with Calculus II                      4                        Course        Title                                Credits         Code
 * MAC 2313              Calculus with Analytic Geometry III                                        + * COP 2220      C Programming                          3
                         (GR)                                                   4                   +* ENC 1102       Freshman Composition II (GR)           3       ENC2, COMM,

+* Humanities            (GR)                                                   3    GRHM, HUMN                                                                            GREG

   Elective(s)                                                                 3                    + * PHY 2048C      General Physics with Calculus I       4
   Elective(s)                                                                 3                        Social Science (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)         3             AASS

                         Total Credits                                         21                       POS 2041       U.S. Government                        3             POS

                         Total Degree Credits                                  60                   +* 1 Science                                              4
                                                                                                                       Total Credits                         20


Specialized courses may not be offered every session or on every campus.
+     This course must be completed with a grade of C or better.
*     This course has a prerequisite; check description in Valencia catalog.
(GR) Denotes a Gordon Rule course.
Code Denotes course attribute if needed for degree audits.


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ADVANCED COURSES                                                                                       Although this Pre-Major is the best preparation for transfer in this
                                                                                                       major, students may be able to earn Valencia’s Associate in Arts Degree:
     Course              Title                                                 Credits         Code
                                                                                                       General Studies and be prepared for transfer in this major.
+* COP 2800              Java Programming                                        3
+* MAC 2312              Calculus with Analytic Geometry II                                            All degree-seeking students must satisfy entry testing requirements
                         (GR)                                                     5                    and satisfactorily complete all Mandatory Courses in reading,
+*   PHY 2049C           General Physics with Calculus II                         4                    student success, mathematics, English and English for Academic
+*   STA 2023            Statistical Methods (GR)                                 3                    Purposes in which the student is placed. Students must complete
+*   Humanities          HUM Prefix (GR)                                           3      HUMH, GRHM    all prerequisites for the listed course requirements and Valencia’s
+*   Humanities          (GR)                                                    3       GRHM, HUMN    foreign language proficiency requirement. Courses meeting the
                         Total Credits                                           21                    preceding requirements may be in addition to the 60 credits listed.
                         Total Degree Credits                                    60
                                                                                                       The courses do not have to be taken in the order listed; the
NOTES:                                                                                                 sequence suggested is based upon prerequisites and level of course
1
  Choose from the following science courses:                                                           difficulty for most students.
+* BSC 1010C     Fundamentals of Biology I                                       4
+* BSC 1011C     Fundamentals of Biology II                                      4                     FOUNDATION COURSES
+* CHM 1045C General Chemistry with Qualitative
                                                                                                            Course         Title                                   Credits         Code
                 Analysis I                                                      4                     +* ENC 1101         Freshman Composition I (GR)               3       ENC1, COMM,
+* CHM 1046C General Chemistry with Qualitative                                                                                                                                    GREG
                 Analysis II                                                     4                     +* Mathematics      (GR)                                      3       GRQN, GRMT
                                                                                                          Humanities       (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)             3            HUMN
Some universities will accept +*COP 2805 Advanced Java Programming as                                     Social Science   (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)             3             AASS
meeting the object-oriented programming requirements for the Bachelor’s                                   Science          (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)             3             AASC
Degree in Computer Science. Taking this course at Valencia will be in                                  +* DAA 1104         Modern Dance I for Pre-Majors             2
addition to the 60 credits required for this degree.                                                   +* DAA 1204         Ballet I for Pre-Majors                   2
                                                                                                       +* DAA 2610         Dance Composition and
                                                                                                                           Improvisation I for Pre-Majors             2
Pre-Major: Dance Performance                                                                                               Total Credits                             21
Associate in Arts Degree
Limited Access                                                                                         INTERMEDIATE COURSES

The Dance Performance Pre-Major is designed for the student who                                             Course         Title                                   Credits         Code
plans to transfer to a Florida public university as a junior to complete a                             +* ENC 1102         Freshman Composition II (GR)              3       ENC2, COMM,

four-year bachelor’s degree in Dance Performance. This Pre-Major is                                                                                                                GREG
limited access and admission to Valencia does not guarantee                                                 POS 2041       U.S. Government                           3              POS
acceptance to the Dance Performance Pre-Major.                                                              SPC 1600       Fundamentals of Speech                    3        COMM, SPC
                                                                                                       +*   Mathematics    (GR)                                      3       GRMT, GRQN
Admission requirements for the Dance Performance Pre-Major are:                                        +*   DAA 1105       Modern Dance II for Pre-Majors            2
• Submit a completed Valencia Community College                                                        +*   DAA 1205       Ballet II for Pre-Majors                  2
  application                                                                                          +*   DAA 2611       Dance Composition and
• Submit a completed Valencia Community College                                                                            Improvisation II for Pre-Majors            2
  A.A. Pre-Major: Dance Performance Audition Application                                               +* DAA 1680         Repertory I for Pre-Majors                 2
• Have a successful audition
                                                                                                                           Total Credits                             20
• Have degree-seeking student status indicated in your
  official Valencia record
                                                                                                       ADVANCED COURSES
Further information about the admission process is available at                                             Course         Title                                   Credits         Code
http://valenciacc.edu/dance and from the Humanities, Foreign                                           +* Humanities       HUM Prefix (GR)                            3       HUMH, GRHM
Language and Visual and Performing Arts Division on East Campus.                                          Science          (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)             3             AASC
                                                                                                       +* DAA 2106         Intermediate Modern Dance I for
Program expenses are given in the Financial section of this catalog.                                                       Pre-Majors                                2
                                                                                                       +* DAA 2107         Intermediate Modern Dance II for
Students who plan to transfer to a limited access program are                                                              Pre-Majors                                2
responsible for completing the specific requirements of the institution
                                                                                                       +*   DAA 2207       Intermediate Ballet I for Pre-Majors      2
to which they will transfer as completion of this Pre-Major does not
                                                                                                       +*   DAA 2209       Intermediate Ballet II for Pre-Majors     2
guarantee admission to an upper division limited access program.
                                                                                                       +*   DAA 1681       Repertory II for Pre-Majors               2
                                                                                                       +*   Humanities     (GR)                                      3       GRHM, HUMN
Specialized courses may not be offered every session or on every campus.
+     This course must be completed with a grade of C or better.                                                           Total Credits                             19
*     This course has a prerequisite; check description in Valencia catalog.                                               Total Degree Credits                      60
(GR) Denotes a Gordon Rule course.
Code Denotes course attribute if needed for degree audits.                                                                                                                      continued

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Depending upon the university to which the student will transfer, it may be                          +* Humanities     HUM Prefix (GR)                          3       HUMH, GRHM
advisable for the student to complete courses from the following list:                               +* MAC 2233       Calculus for Business and Social
 * DAA 1650         Dance Production                        2                                                          Science (GR)                            3
 * DAA 2682         Performance Ensemble: Valencia                                                       Elective(s)                                            3
                    Dance Theatre for Pre-Majors            2                                                          Total Credits                           21
 * DAA 2206         Ballet III for Pre-Majors               2
                                                                                                     ADVANCED COURSES

Pre-Major: Economics                                                                                     Course        Title                                 Credits         Code
                                                                                                     + ECO 2023        Principles of Economics—Micro           3
Associate in Arts Degree
                                                                                                     +* INR 2002       International Politics (GR)             3            GRHM

This Pre-Major is designed for the student who plans to transfer to                                     Science        (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)           3             AASC

a Florida public university as a junior to complete a four-year                                      +* STA 2023       Statistical Methods (GR)                3
bachelor’s degree in Economics or in Business Administration with                                    +* ACG 2071       Principles of Managerial Accounting     3
an Economics major. Students who plan to transfer to a limited                                          Elective(s)                                             3
access program are responsible for completing the specific                                               Elective(s)                                             3
requirements of the institution to which they will transfer as                                                         Total Credits                           21
completion of this Pre-Major does not guarantee admission                                                              Total Degree Credits                    60
to an upper division limited access program. Although this
Pre-Major is the best preparation for transfer in this major, students
                                                                                                     NOTES: Recommended electives include: prerequisites necessary
may be able to earn Valencia’s Associate in Arts Degree: General
                                                                                                     for the listed course requirements, foreign language courses
Studies and still be prepared for transfer in this major.
                                                                                                     necessary to satisfy Valencia’s and the university’s foreign language
                                                                                                     proficiency requirement(s), SLS 1122 Student Success, AMH 2020
All degree-seeking students must satisfy entry testing requirements                                  U.S. History 1877 to Present, ECO 2932 Selected Topics in
and satisfactorily complete all Mandatory Courses in reading, student                                Economics, *ECO 2941 Internship Exploration, *EUH 2001 Western
success, mathematics, English and English for Academic Purposes in                                   Civilization 1750 to Present, GEA 1000 World Geography, POS 2112
which the student is placed. Students must complete all prerequisites                                State and Local Government, PSY 1012 General Psychology and
for the listed course requirements andValencia’s foreign language                                    SYG 2000 Introductory Sociology. The electives do not necessarily
proficiency requirement. Courses meeting the preceding requirements                                   need to be taken in three-credit courses.
may be in addition to the 60 credits listed.

The courses do not have to be taken in the order listed; the                                         Pre-Major: Education (Early Childhood)
sequence suggested is based upon prerequisites and level of course                                   Associate in Arts Degree
difficulty for most students.
                                                                                                     This Pre-Major is designed for the student who plans to transfer to
FOUNDATION COURSES                                                                                   a Florida public university as a junior to complete a four-year
                                                                                                     bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education. Students who plan
    Course               Title                                             Credits         Code      to transfer to a limited access program are responsible for
+* ENC 1101              Freshman Composition I (GR)                           3     ENC1, COMM,     completing the specific requirements of the institution to which
                                                                                           GREG      they will transfer as completion of this Pre-Major does not
    Humanities           (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)                         3          HUMN       guarantee admission to an upper division limited access
    CGS 2100             Computer Fundamentals and                                                   program.
                         Applications                                          3
    POS 2041             U.S. Government                                       3            POS
                                                                                                     All degree-seeking students must satisfy entry testing requirements
    SPC 1600             Fundamentals of Speech                                 3     COMM, SPC
                                                                                                     and satisfactorily complete all Mandatory Courses in reading,
    Elective(s)                                                                3                     student success, mathematics, English and English for Academic
                         Total Credits                                         18                    Purposes in which the student is placed. Students must complete
                                                                                                     all prerequisites for the listed course requirements and Valencia’s
                                                                                                     foreign language proficiency requirement. Courses meeting the
INTERMEDIATE COURSES
                                                                                                     preceding requirements may be in addition to the 60 credits listed.
    Course               Title                                             Credits         Code
+* ENC 1102              Freshman Composition II (GR)                          3     ENC2, COMM,     The courses do not have to be taken in the order listed; the
                                                                                           GREG      sequence suggested is based upon prerequisites and level of course
+ ECO 2013               Principles of Economics—Macro                         3                     difficulty for most students.
+* ACG 2021              Principles of Financial Accounting                    3
   Science               (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)                         3           AASC




Specialized courses may not be offered every session or on every campus.
+     This course must be completed with a grade of C or better.
*     This course has a prerequisite; check description in Valencia catalog.
(GR) Denotes a Gordon Rule course.
Code Denotes course attribute if needed for degree audits.


                                                                                                   100
FOUNDATION COURSES                                                                                     Pre-Major: Education
     Course              Title                                             Credits         Code        (General Preparation)
+* ENC 1101              Freshman Composition I (GR)                           3     ENC1, COMM,
                                                                                                       Associate in Arts Degree
                                                                                           GREG
+    EDF 2005            Introduction to Education                              3                      This Pre-Major is designed for the student who plans to transfer to
+*   MAC 1105            College Algebra (GR)                                   3          GRMT        a Florida public university as a junior to complete a four-year
+    SPC 1600            Fundamentals of Speech                                3      COMM, SPC        bachelor’s degree in Education. Students must meet with an
+    Science             (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)                          3          AASC        advisor to discuss requirements for concentrations in specific fields.
+    PSY 1012            General Psychology                                    3                       Students who plan to transfer to a limited access program are
                                                                                                       responsible for completing the specific requirements of the
+    Humanities          (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)                         3          HUMN
                                                                                                       institution to which they will transfer as completion of this
                         Total Credits                                         21
                                                                                                       Pre-Major does not guarantee admission to an upper division
                                                                                                       limited access program.
INTERMEDIATE COURSES

     Course              Title                                             Credits         Code
                                                                                                       All degree-seeking students must satisfy entry testing requirements
+ EEC 2001               1
                           Introduction to Early Childhood                                             and satisfactorily complete all Mandatory Courses in reading,
                         Education                                             3                       student success, mathematics, English and English for Academic
+* Mathematics           (GR)                                                  3     GRMT, GRQN        Purposes in which the student is placed. Students must complete
+* Humanities            2
                           HUM Prefix (GR)                                      3     HUMH, GRHM        all prerequisites for the listed course requirements and Valencia’s
+* ENC 1102              Freshman Composition II (GR)                          3     ENC2, COMM,       foreign language proficiency requirement. Courses meeting the
                                                                                           GREG        preceding requirements may be in addition to the 60 credits listed.
+ POS 2041               2
                          U.S. Government                                      3            POS
+ EDG 2701               Teaching Diverse Populations                          3                       The courses do not have to be taken in the order listed; the
  Elective(s)                                                                  3                       sequence suggested is based upon prerequisites and level of course
                         Total Credits                                         21                      difficulty for most students.


ADVANCED COURSES                                                                                       FOUNDATION COURSES

                                                                                                            Course        Title                               Credits         Code
     Course              Title                                             Credits         Code
+ EME 2040               Technology for Educators                               3                      +* ENC 1101        Freshman Composition I (GR)           3       ENC1, COMM,
                                                                                                                                                                              GREG
+ Science                (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)                          3          AASC
+ Humanities             (GR)                                                  3     GRHM, HUMN
                                                                                                            Humanities    (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)          3           HUMN

   ARE 2000              Art and Creativity                                    3                       +    EDF 2005      Introduction to Education              3
 * DEP 2004              Developmental Psychology                              3                       +*   Mathematics   (GR)                                   3      GRMT, GRQN

   Elective(s)                                                                 3                       +    SPC 1600      Fundamentals of Speech                 3       COMM, SPC

                         Total Credits                                         18                      +    Science       (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)          3            AASC

                         Total Degree Credits                                  60                      +    PSY 1012      General Psychology                     3
                                                                                                                          Total Credits                         21
NOTES:
1
  Students with a National Child Development Associate (CDA),                                          INTERMEDIATE COURSES
which includes documented field experience and a completed                                                   Course        Title                               Credits         Code
portfolio, should complete a request for Experiential Credit to                                        +* ENC 1102        Freshman Composition II (GR)          3       ENC2, COMM,
substitute for EEC 2001 Introduction to Early Childhood Education.                                                                                                            GREG
Contact a Dean of Social Sciences for more information.                                                +*   Mathematics   (GR)                                  3       GRMT, GRQN
                                                                                                   2
                                                                                                       +*   Humanities    1
                                                                                                                            HUM Prefix (GR)                      3       HUMH, GRHM
2
 This course is designated to fulfill the international/diversity focus
                                                                                                       +    EDG 2701      Teaching Diverse Populations          3
requirement.
                                                                                                       +    POS 2041      1
                                                                                                                            U.S. Government                     3               POS
                                                                                                        *   DEP 2004      Developmental Psychology              3
Students seeking alternative CDA certification may use this
completed degree combined with field experience to earn CDA                                                  HUN 1001      Basics of Personal Nutrition
certification. For this certification, at least six credits must include                                                           or
EEC 2001 Introduction to Early Childhood Education or an early                                              HUN 2202      Essentials of Nutrition with Diet
literacy course or a child development course. Students are                                                               Therapy                                3
responsible for seeking information on the requirements for                                                               Total Credits                         21
alternative CDA certification from the Division of Children and
Families and/or the Early Learning Coalition.



Specialized courses may not be offered every session or on every campus.
+     This course must be completed with a grade of C or better.
*     This course has a prerequisite; check description in Valencia catalog.
(GR) Denotes a Gordon Rule course.
Code Denotes course attribute if needed for degree audits.                                                                                                                  continued

                                                                                                   101
ADVANCED COURSES                                                                              and scholarships approximates the student’s total tuition. Visit
                                                                                              the Florida Tech admissions Web site www.FIT.edu for additional
      Course             Title                                             Credits   Code
                                                                                              information.
+ EME 2040               Technology for Educators                               3
+* ARH 2051              Introduction to Art History II (GR)                    3    GRHM
                                                                                              FOUNDATION COURSES
+ Science                2
                           (Select from the list that follows)                 4     AASC
   Elective(s)                                                                  3                 Course          Title                                    Credits         Code

   Elective(s)           3
                          (See NOTES)                                          5              +* ENC 1101         Freshman Composition I (GR)                3       ENC1, COMM,
                                                                                                                                                                           GREG
                         Total Credits                                         18
                         Total Degree Credits                                  60             +* HUM 2232         Humanities - Renaissance and
                                                                                                                  Baroque (GR)                               3            GRHM

NOTES:                                                                                        + EGS 1006          Introduction to the Engineering
1
  This course is designated to fulfill the international/diversity focus                                           Profession                                 1
  requirement.                                                                                + EGS 1007          Engineering Concepts and Methods            1
                                                                                              +* MAC 2311         Calculus with Analytic Geometry I (GR)      5
2
    Choose four credits from the following:                                                      SPC 1600         Fundamentals of Speech                      3       COMM, SPC
      BSC 1005         Biological Science                                       3                POS 2041         U.S. Government                             3             POS
                             and                                                                                  Total Credits                              19
      BSC 1005L        Lab in Applied Biology                                    1
      BSC 1005C        Biological Science                                       4             INTERMEDIATE COURSES
      PSC 1020C        Fundamentals of Physical
                       Science                                                  4                 Course          Title                                    Credits         Code
                                                                                              +* ENC 1102         Freshman Composition II (GR)               3       ENC2, COMM,
3
    It may be advisable to take *MAE 2801 Elementary School                                                                                                                GREG
    Mathematics Curriculum and Instruction for these Elective credits;                        +* MAC 2312         Calculus with Analytic Geometry II (GR)    5
    if this option is taken, the total credits will exceed 60.                                +* HUM 2234         Humanities - Enlightenment and
                                                                                                                  Romanticism (GR)                            3           GRHM
                                                                                                 Humanities       (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)               3           HUMN
Articulated Pre-Major: Engineering                                                            +* PHY 2048C        General Physics with Calculus I             4
(Florida Institute of Technology)                                                                ECO 2013         Principles of Economics - Macro             3
Associate in Arts Degree                                                                                          Total Credits                              21

This Pre-Major is designed for the student who plans to transfer                              ADVANCED COURSES
to the Florida Institute of Technology (FIT) in Melbourne, Florida
as a junior to complete a four-year bachelor’s degree in the College                              Course          Title                                    Credits
of Engineering. It is based upon an articulation agreement in                                 +* MAC 2313         Calculus with Analytic Geometry III
Engineering with FIT. Engineering majors offered at Florida Tech are                                              (GR)                                        4
Aerospace, Chemical, Civil, Computer, Electrical, Mechanical, and                             +* PHY 2049C        General Physics with Calculus II           4
Ocean. Students who plan to transfer are responsible for completing                           +* MAP 2302         Differential Equations (GR)                 3
the admission requirements of FIT.                                                            +* EGS 2310         Engineering Analysis – Statics              3
                                                                                              + * PHY 2101        Modern Physics                             3
All degree-seeking students must satisfy entry testing requirements                           +                   Engineering Electives (FIT)                 3
and satisfactorily complete all Mandatory Courses in reading,                                                     Total Credits                              20
student success, mathematics, English and English for Academic                                                    Total Degree Credits                       60
Purposes in which the student is placed. Students must complete
all prerequisites for the listed course requirements and Valencia’s
                                                                                              ENGINEERING ELECTIVES (FIT)
foreign language proficiency requirement. Courses meeting the
                                                                                              Students will select a minimum of 3 credits; additional courses also can be
preceding requirements will be in addition to the 60 credits listed.
                                                                                              taken at Valencia.
Also, courses listed in the NOTES below may be taken at Valencia in
addition to the 60 credits listed.                                                                Course          Title                                    Credits
                                                                                              +* EGS 2025        Probability and Statistics for
The courses do not have to be taken in the order listed; the sequence                                            Engineers                                   3
suggested is based upon prerequisites and level of course difficulty                               (Civil, Computer and Electrical majors)
for most students.
                                                                                              + * EGS 2321       Engineering Analysis – Dynamics             3
Financial aid is available to eligible Valencia transfer students. The                            (Aerospace, Civil, Mechanical and Ocean majors)
combination of state, federal, and university financial aid programs
can make Florida Tech affordable to eligible students who wish to                             + * EGS 2373       Principles of Electrical Engineering   3
transfer to Florida Tech. In some cases, the combination of grants
                                                                                                  (Aerospace, Civil, Chemical, Mechanical and Ocean majors)
Specialized courses may not be offered every session or on every campus.
+     This course must be completed with a grade of C or better.
*     This course has a prerequisite; check description in Valencia catalog.
(GR) Denotes a Gordon Rule course.
Code Denotes course attribute if needed for degree audits.


                                                                                            102
NOTES:                                                                                               +* PHY 2048C       General Physics with Calculus I               4
All Engineering majors should take +* CHM 1045C General                                                 ECO 2013        Principles of Economics - Macro               3
Chemistry with Qualitative Analysis I at Valencia.                                                   +* EGS 2310        Engineering Analysis – Statics                3
                                                                                                                        Total Credits                                21
Depending upon the Engineering major at Florida Tech, it
may be advisable to complete additional courses at Valencia.                                         ADVANCED COURSES
See Engineering Electives (FIT) above or consult the Florida Tech
advisor.                                                                                                  Course        Title                                      Credits       Code
                                                                                                     +* MAC 2313        Calculus with Analytic Geometry III
                                                                                                                        (GR)                                         4
Articulated Pre-Major: Engineering                                                                   +*   PHY 2049C     General Physics with Calculus II             4
(Polytechnic University of the                                                                       +*   MAP 2302      Differential Equations (GR)                   3
                                                                                                     +*   Humanities    (GR)                                          3      GRHM, HUMN
Americas)                                                                                            +*   EGS 2025      Probability and Statistics for Engineers      3
Associate in Arts Degree                                                                             +                  Engineering Electives (PUA)                   3
This Pre-Major is designed for the student who plans to transfer to                                                     Total Credits                                20
the Polytechnic University of the Americas (PUA) in Winter Park,                                                        Total Degree Credits                         60
Florida as a junior to complete a four-year bachelor’s degree in the
College of Engineering. It is based upon an articulation agreement                                   ENGINEERING ELECTIVES (PUA)
in Engineering with PUA. Students who plan to transfer are                                           Students will select a minimum of 3 credits; additional Engineering
responsible for completing the admission requirements of PUA.                                        Electives (PUA) courses, as well as the course in the NOTE, can also
                                                                                                     be taken at Valencia--in addition to the 60 credits listed.
All degree-seeking students must satisfy entry testing requirements
                                                                                                          Course        Title                                      Credits
and satisfactorily complete all Mandatory Courses in reading,
                                                                                                     + * EGN 1111C      Engineering Graphics                         3
student success, mathematics, English and English for Academic
                                                                                                         (All majors)
Purposes in which the student is placed. Students must complete
all prerequisites for the listed course requirements and Valencia’s                                  + * EGS 2004        Electrical Networks                         3
foreign language proficiency requirement. Courses meeting the                                             (Electrical majors)
preceding requirements will be in addition to the 60 credits listed.
Extra Engineering Electives courses and those listed in the NOTES                                    + * EGS 2321       Engineering Analysis – Dynamics              3
below may also be taken at Valencia in addition to the 60 credits                                        (All majors)
listed.
                                                                                                     + * EGS 2373       Principles of Electrical Engineering         3
                                                                                                         (Civil majors)
The courses do not have to be taken in the order listed; the sequence
suggested is based upon prerequisites and level of course difficulty
                                                                                                     + * SUR 1101C      Basic Surveying and Measurements 4
for most students.
                                                                                                         (Civil Majors)
                                                                                                     NOTES: It is recommended that students also complete +* CHM
FOUNDATION COURSES
                                                                                                     1045C General Chemistry with Qualitative Analysis I.
    Course               Title                                             Credits         Code
+* ENC 1101              Freshman Composition I (GR)                           3     ENC1, COMM,
                                                                                           GREG      Articulated Pre-Major: Engineering
  Humanities             (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)                         3          HUMN       (University of Central Florida)
+ EGS 1006               Introduction to the Engineering                                             Associate in Arts Degree
                         Profession                                             1
+ EGS 1007               Engineering Concepts and Methods                       1                    This Pre-Major is designed for the student who plans to transfer
+* MAC 2311              Calculus with Analytic Geometry I (GR)                 5                    to the University of Central Florida (UCF) in Orlando, Florida as
   SPC 1600              Fundamentals of Speech                                 3     COMM, SPC      a junior to complete a four-year bachelor’s degree in the College
   POS 2041              U.S. Government                                        3           POS      of Engineering. It is based upon an articulation agreement in
                         Total Credits                                         19                    Engineering with UCF. Students who plan to transfer are
                                                                                                     responsible for completing the admission requirements of UCF.
INTERMEDIATE COURSES
                                                                                                     All degree-seeking students must satisfy entry testing requirements
    Course               Title                                             Credits         Code      and satisfactorily complete all Mandatory Courses in reading,
+* ENC 1102              Freshman Composition II (GR)                          3     ENC2, COMM,     student success, mathematics, English and English for Academic
                                                                                           GREG      Purposes in which the student is placed. Students must complete
+* MAC 2312              Calculus with Analytic Geometry II (GR) 5                                   all prerequisites for the listed course requirements and Valencia’s
+* Humanities            HUM Prefix (GR)                          3                   HUMH, GRHM      foreign language proficiency requirement. Courses meeting the
                                                                                                     preceding requirements will be in addition to the 60 credits listed.
Specialized courses may not be offered every session or on every campus.
+     This course must be completed with a grade of C or better.
                                                                                                     Extra Engineering Electives courses and those listed in the NOTES
*     This course has a prerequisite; check description in Valencia catalog.                         below may also be taken at Valencia in addition to the 60 credits
(GR) Denotes a Gordon Rule course.
Code Denotes course attribute if needed for degree audits.                                           listed.

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The courses do not have to be taken in the order listed; the sequence                                + * EGS 2373        Principles of Electrical Engineering       3
suggested is based upon prerequisites and level of course difficulty                                      (All majors except Computer and Electrical)
for most students.
                                                                                                     + * SUR 1101C      Basic Surveying and Measurements            4
FOUNDATION COURSES                                                                                       (Civil Majors)
     Course              Title                                             Credits         Code
+* ENC 1101              Freshman Composition I (GR)                           3     ENC1, COMM,     NOTES: Depending upon the major within Engineering at the
                                                                                           GREG      University of Central Florida, it may be advisable for students to
  Humanities             (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)                         3          HUMN
                                                                                                     complete the following additional courses at Valencia: *CHM 1045C
                                                                                                     General Chemistry with Qualitative Analysis I, *PHY 2101 Modern
+ EGS 1006               Introduction to the Engineering
                                                                                                     Physics, and additional courses from the Engineering Electives list
                         Profession                                            1
                                                                                                     above.
+ EGS 1007               Engineering Concepts and Methods                      1
+* MAC 2311              Calculus with Analytic Geometry I (GR)                 5
   SPC 1600              Fundamentals of Speech                                 3     COMM, SPC      Articulated Pre-Major: Engineering
   POS 2041              U.S. Government                                       3            POS
                                                                                                     (University of Florida)
                         Total Credits                                         19
                                                                                                     Associate in Arts Degree
INTERMEDIATE COURSES                                                                                 This Pre-Major is designed for the student who plans to transfer
     Course              Title                                             Credits         Code
                                                                                                     to the University of Florida (UF) in Gainesville, Florida as a junior
+* ENC 1102              Freshman Composition II (GR)                          3     ENC2, COMM,
                                                                                                     to complete a four-year bachelor’s degree in the College of
                                                                                           GREG
                                                                                                     Engineering. It is based upon an articulation agreement in
                                                                                                     Engineering with UF. Students who plan to transfer are responsible
+* MAC 2312              Calculus with Analytic Geometry II (GR)               5
                                                                                                     for completing the admission requirements of UF.
+* Humanities            HUM Prefix (GR)                                        3     HUMH, GRHM
+* PHY 2048C             General Physics with Calculus I                        4
                                                                                                     All degree-seeking students must satisfy entry testing requirements
   ECO 2013              Principles of Economics - Macro                        3                    and satisfactorily complete all Mandatory Courses in reading,
+* EGS 2310              Engineering Analysis – Statics                         3                    student success, mathematics, English and English for Academic
                         Total Credits                                         21                    Purposes in which the student is placed. Students must complete
                                                                                                     all prerequisites for the listed course requirements and Valencia’s
ADVANCED COURSES                                                                                     foreign language proficiency requirement. Courses meeting the
     Course              Title                                             Credits        Code
                                                                                                     preceding requirements will be in addition to the 60 credits listed.
+* MAC 2313              Calculus with Analytic Geometry III
                         (GR)                                                   4                    The courses do not have to be taken in the order listed; the sequence
+*   PHY 2049C           General Physics with Calculus II                       4                    suggested is based upon prerequisites and level of course difficulty
+*   MAP 2302            Differential Equations (GR)                            3                    for most students.
+*   Humanities          (GR)                                                   3    GRHM, HUMN
+*   EGS 2025            Probability and Statistics for Engineers              3                     FOUNDATION COURSES
+                        Engineering Electives (UCF)                           3                         Course          Title                                    Credits         Code
                         Total Credits                                         20                    +* ENC 1101         Freshman Composition I (GR)                3       ENC1, COMM,
                         Total Degree Credits                                  60                                                                                                 GREG
                                                                                                       Humanities        (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)              3            HUMN
ENGINEERING ELECTIVES (UCF)                                                                          + EGS 1006          Introduction to the Engineering
Students will select a minimum of 3 credits; additional courses also                                                     Profession                                 1
can be taken at Valencia.                                                                            + EGS 1007          Engineering Concepts and Methods            1
                                                                                                     +* MAC 2311         Calculus with Analytic Geometry I (GR)      5
     Course              Title                                             Credits                      SPC 1600         Fundamentals of Speech                      3       COMM, SPC

+ * EGN 1111C Engineering Graphics                                             3                        POS 2041         U.S. Government                             3             POS

    (Aerospace, Industrial and Mechanical majors)                                                                        Total Credits                              19

+ * EGS 2004     Electrical Networks                                           3                     INTERMEDIATE COURSES
    (Computer and Electrical majors)
                                                                                                         Course          Title                                    Credits         Code
                                                                                                     +* ENC 1102         Freshman Composition II (GR)               3       ENC2, COMM,
+ * EGS 2321             Engineering Analysis – Dynamics                       3                                                                                                  GREG
    (All majors)                                                                                     +* MAC 2312         Calculus with Analytic Geometry II (GR)     5
                                                                                                     +* Humanities       HUM Prefix (GR)                              3      HUMH, GRHM
                                                                                                     +* PHY 2048C        General Physics with Calculus I             4
Specialized courses may not be offered every session or on every campus.                                ECO 2013         Principles of Economics - Macro             3
+     This course must be completed with a grade of C or better.
*     This course has a prerequisite; check description in Valencia catalog.                         +* EGS 2310         Engineering Analysis – Statics              3
(GR) Denotes a Gordon Rule course.                                                                                       Total Credits                              21
Code Denotes course attribute if needed for degree audits.


                                                                                                   104
ADVANCED COURSES                                                                                    requirements will be in addition to the 60 credits listed. Also, courses
                                                                                                    listed in the NOTES below may be taken at Valencia in addition to the
     Course              Title                                             Credits       Code
                                                                                                    60 credits listed.
+* MAC 2313              Calculus with Analytic Geometry III
                         (GR)                                                   4
                                                                                                    The courses do not have to be taken in the order listed; the sequence
+*   PHY 2049C           General Physics with Calculus II                       4
                                                                                                    suggested is based upon prerequisites and level of course difficulty
+*   MAP 2302            Differential Equations (GR)                            3
                                                                                                    for most students.
+*   Humanities          (GR)                                                   3    GRHM, HUMN
+*   EGS 2025            Probability and Statistics for Engineers              3                    Financial aid is available to eligibleValencia transfer students. The
+                        Engineering Electives (UF)                            3                    combination of state, federal, and university financial aid programs can
                         Total Credits                                         20                   make the University of Miami affordable to eligible students who wish
                         Total Degree Credits                                  60                   to transfer to UM. Visit the University of Miami admissions Web site
                                                                                                    www.miami.edu for additional information.
ENGINEERING ELECTIVES (UF)
Students will select a minimum of 3 credits; additional courses also                                FOUNDATION COURSES
can be taken at Valencia.
                                                                                                         Course       Title                                    Credits         Code

     Course              Title                                             Credits
                                                                                                    +* ENC 1101       Freshman Composition I (GR)                3       ENC1, COMM,

+ * EGS 2321       Engineering Analysis – Dynamics          3                                                                                                                  GREG

    (Aerospace, Civil, Computer, Electrical and Mechanical majors)                                    Humanities      Humanities - Group A for UM                3
                                                                                                    + EGS 1006        Introduction to the Engineering
+ * EGS 2373        Principles of Electrical Engineering                       3                                      Profession                                  1
    (All majors except Computer and Electrical)                                                     + EGS 1007        Engineering Concepts and Methods            1
                                                                                                    +* MAC 2311       Calculus with Analytic Geometry I (GR)      5
+ * SUR 1101C      Basic Surveying and Measurements                            4                       SPC 1600       Fundamentals of Speech                      3       COMM, SPC

    (Civil Majors)                                                                                     POS 2041       U.S. Government                             3             POS
                                                                                                                      Total Credits                              19
NOTES: Depending upon the major within Engineering at the
University of Florida, it may be advisable for students to complete                                 INTERMEDIATE COURSES
the following additional courses at Valencia:
                                                                                                         Course       Title                                    Credits         Code
*CHM 1045C General Chemistry with Qualitative Analysis I and
                                                                                                    +* ENC 1102       Freshman Composition II (GR)               3       ENC2, COMM,
*CHM 1046C General Chemistry with Qualitative Analysis II.
                                                                                                                                                                               GREG

A maximum of 68 credits can transfer to UF.                                                         +*   MAC 2312     Calculus with Analytic Geometry II (GR)     5
                                                                                                    +*   Humanities   Humanities - Group B for UM (GR)            3           GRHM

A minimum GPA of 2.5 is required for all Math and Science courses.                                  +*   Humanities   HUM Prefix (GR)                              3      HUMH, GRHM
                                                                                                    +*   PHY 2048C    General Physics with Calculus I             4
For Computer and Electrical Engineering majors, a minimum grade                                     +*   EGN 1111C    Engineering Graphics                        3
of B is required for all Math and Science courses.                                                                    Total Credits                              21

                                                                                                    ADVANCED COURSES
Articulated Pre-Major: Engineering
                                                                                                         Course       Title                                    Credits
(University of Miami)                                                                               +* MAC 2313       Calculus with Analytic Geometry III
Associate in Arts Degree                                                                                              (GR)                                       4
                                                                                                    +* PHY 2049C      General Physics with Calculus II           4
This Pre-Major is designed for the student who plans to transfer                                    +* MAP 2302       Differential Equations (GR)                3
to the University of Miami (UM) in Miami, Florida as a junior
                                                                                                    +* EGS 2310       Engineering Analysis – Statics             3
to complete a four-year bachelor’s degree in the College of
                                                                                                       ECO 2013       Principles of Economics - Macro            3
Engineering. It is based upon an articulation agreement in
Engineering with UM. Students who plan to transfer are                                              +* EGS 2004       1
                                                                                                                        Electrical Networks
responsible for completing the admission requirements of UM.                                                               or
                                                                                                    +* EGS 2373       1
                                                                                                                        Principles of Electrical Engineering      3
All degree-seeking students must satisfy entry testing requirements                                                   Total Credits                              20
and satisfactorily complete all Mandatory Courses in reading, student                                                 Total Degree Credits                       60
success, mathematics, English and English for Academic Purposes in
which the student is placed. Students must complete all prerequisites                               Humanities - Group A for UM
for the listed course requirements and Valencia’s foreign language                                    ARH 2050      Introduction to Art History I                3
proficiency requirement. Courses meeting the preceding                                                 HUM 1020      Introduction to Humanities                   3
                                                                                                      MUL 1010      Music Appreciation                           3
Specialized courses may not be offered every session or on every campus.                              PHI 2010      Philosophy                                   3
+     This course must be completed with a grade of C or better.
*     This course has a prerequisite; check description in Valencia catalog.
(GR) Denotes a Gordon Rule course.
Code Denotes course attribute if needed for degree audits.


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Humanities - Group B for UM                                                          The courses do not have to be taken in the order listed; the sequence
+* AML 2011     American Literature: Colonial                                        suggested is based upon prerequisites and level of course difficulty
                Period to Civil War                                            3     for most students.
+* AML 2021     American Literature: Civil War
                to Present                                                     3     FOUNDATION COURSES
+* ENL 2012     English Literature: 1300 to 1800                               3          Course       Title                                      Credits         Code
+* ENL 2022     English Literature: 1800 to Present                            3     +* ENC 1101       Freshman Composition I (GR)                  3       ENC1, COMM,
+* LIT 2110     World Literature: Beginning                                                                                                                       GREG
                through Renaissance                                            3       Humanities      (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)                3            HUMN
+* LIT 2120     World Literature: Enlightenment                                      + EGS 1006        Introduction to the Engineering
                to Present                                                     3                       Profession                                   1
                                                                                     + EGS 1007        Engineering Concepts and Methods              1
NOTES:                                                                               +* MAC 2311       Calculus with Analytic Geometry I (GR)        5
1
  +*EGS 2004 Electrical Networks (Biomedical, Computer and                              SPC 1600       Fundamentals of Speech                        3       COMM, SPC
Electrical majors) or +*EGS 2373 Principles of Electrical Engineering                   POS 2041       U.S. Government                               3             POS
(All other majors).
                                                                                                       Total Credits                                19

Depending upon the Engineering major at UM, it may be advisable
                                                                                     INTERMEDIATE COURSES
to complete additional courses at Valencia. See Notes that follow or
consult the UM advisor.                                                                   Course       Title                                      Credits         Code
                                                                                     +* ENC 1102       Freshman Composition II (GR)                 3       ENC2, COMM,
Architectural, Biomedical, Civil, Environmental, Industrial and                                                                                                   GREG
Manufacturing majors should take +* CHM 1045C General                                +* MAC 2312       Calculus with Analytic Geometry II
Chemistry with Qualitative Analysis I at Valencia.                                                     (GR)                                         5
                                                                                     +* Humanities     HUM Prefix (GR)                                3      HUMH, GRHM
Aerospace and Mechanical majors should take +* EGS 2321
                                                                                     +* PHY 2048C      General Physics with Calculus I              4
Engineering Analysis - Dynamics at Valencia.
                                                                                        Social Science (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)                3             AASS
                                                                                     +* CHM 1045C General Chemistry I                                4
Computer, Electrical, and Industrial majors should take +*MAS 2103
Introduction to Linear Algebra at Valencia.                                                            Total Credits                                22

                                                                                     ADVANCED COURSES
Pre-Major: Engineering (General)                                                          Course       Title                                      Credits         Code
Associate in Arts Degree                                                             +*   MAC 2313     Calculus with Analytic Geometry III (GR)      4
                                                                                     +*   PHY 2049C    General Physics with Calculus II             4
This Pre-Major is designed for the student who plans to transfer
to a Florida public university as a junior to complete a four-year                   +*   MAP 2302     Differential Equations (GR)                   3
bachelor’s degree in Engineering. Valencia also offers Articulated                   +*   Humanities   (GR)                                          3      GRHM, HUMN

Pre-Majors in Engineering for students who plan to transfer to                                         Engineering Electives                         5
Engineering majors at the University of Central Florida (UCF), the                                     Total Credits                                19
University of Florida (UF), University of Miami (UM), and Florida                                      Total Degree Credits                         60
Institute of Technology (FIT). Students who plan to transfer are
responsible for completing the admission requirements of the                         ENGINEERING ELECTIVES
institution to which they will transfer. Although the Pre-Major is the               Students will select a minimum of 5 credits based on the
right preparation for transfer in this major, students may be able to                engineering major and the transfer institution; additional courses
earn Valencia’s Associate in Arts Degree: General Studies and still be               also can be taken at Valencia.
prepared for transfer in this major.

All degree-seeking students must satisfy entry testing requirements                       Course       Title                                      Credits

and satisfactorily complete all Mandatory Courses in reading,                        + * EGN 1111C     Engineering Graphics                         3
student success, mathematics, English and English for Academic                       + * EGS 2004      Electrical Networks                          3
Purposes in which the student is placed. Students must complete                      + * EGS 2025      Probability and Statistics for Engineers     3
all prerequisites for the listed course requirements and Valencia’s                  + * EGS 2310      Engineering Analysis - Statics               3
foreign language proficiency requirement. Courses meeting the                         + * EGS 2321      Engineering Analysis - Dynamics              3
preceding requirements and Engineering Electives courses will be in                  + * EGS 2373      Principles of Electrical Engineering         3
addition to the 60 credits listed.                                                   + * PHY 2101      Modern Physics                               3
                                                                                     + * SUR 1101C     Basic Surveying Measurements                 4



Specialized courses may not be offered every session or on every campus.
+     This course must be completed with a grade of C or better.
*     This course has a prerequisite; check description in Valencia catalog.
(GR) Denotes a Gordon Rule course.
Code Denotes course attribute if needed for degree audits.


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Pre-Major: English                                                                                   ADVANCED COURSES
Associate in Arts Degree                                                                                   Course        Title                               Credits   Code
                                                                                                     +* LIT 2110         World Lit: Beg-Renaissance (GR)
This Pre-Major is designed for the student who plans to transfer                                                             or
to a Florida public university as a junior to complete a four-year
                                                                                                     +* LIT 2120         World Lit: Enlightenment-Present (GR)
bachelor’s degree in English. Students who plan to transfer to a
                                                                                                                             or
limited access program are responsible for completing the specific
requirements of the institution to which they will transfer as                                       +* AML 2011         Survey in American Lit: Colonial
completion of this Pre-Major does not guarantee admission                                                                Period to Civil War (GR)
to an upper division limited access program. Although this                                                                   or
Pre-Major is the best preparation for transfer in this major, students                               +* AML 2021         Survey in American Lit: Civil War
may be able to earn Valencia’s Associate in Arts Degree: General                                                         to Present (GR)                       3       GRHM
Studies and still be prepared for transfer in this major.                                                  Science       (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)         3       AASC
                                                                                                         * CRW 2001      Creative Writing and Advanced
All degree-seeking students must satisfy entry testing requirements                                                      Composition
and satisfactorily complete all Mandatory Courses in reading,                                                                or
student success, mathematics, English and English for Academic                                           * ENC 1210      Technical Communication               3
Purposes in which the student is placed. Students must complete                                            Elective(s)                                         3
all prerequisites for the listed course requirements and Valencia’s                                        Elective(s)                                         3
foreign language proficiency requirement. Courses meeting the                                               Elective(s)                                          3
preceding requirements may be in addition to the 60 credits listed.                                        Elective(s)                                          3
                                                                                                                         Total Credits                         21
The courses do not have to be taken in the order listed; the sequence                                                    Total Degree Credits                  60
suggested is based upon prerequisites and level of course difficulty
for most students.
                                                                                                     NOTES: Recommended electives include: prerequisites necessary
                                                                                                     for the listed course requirements, foreign language courses
FOUNDATION COURSES
                                                                                                     necessary to satisfy Valencia’s and the university’s foreign language
    Course               Title                                             Credits         Code      proficiency requirement(s), SLS 1122 Student Success, CGS 1060
+* ENC 1101              Freshman Composition I (GR)                           3     ENC1, COMM,     Introduction to Computers, *LIT 2090 Contemporary Literature,
                                                                                           GREG      ENG 2100 Introduction to Film, ENC 1133L Research Writing Lab,
+* Mathematics           (GR)                                                   3    GRMT, GRQN
                                                                                                     *CRW 2710 Introduction to Scriptwriting, and SPC 1700 Cross
                                                                                                     Cultural Communication. The electives do not necessarily need to
   Humanities            (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)                         3          HUMN
                                                                                                     be taken in three-credit courses.
   POS 2041              U.S. Government                                       3            POS
   SPC 1600              Fundamentals of Speech                                3      COMM, SPC
   Elective(s)                                                                 3                     Pre-Major: French
                         Total Credits                                         18                    Associate in Arts Degree

INTERMEDIATE COURSES                                                                                 This Pre-Major is designed for the student who plans to transfer
                                                                                                     to a Florida public university as a junior to complete a four-year
    Course               Title                                             Credits         Code
                                                                                                     bachelor’s degree in French. Students who plan to transfer to a
+* ENC 1102              Freshman Composition II (GR)                          3     ENC2, COMM,
                                                                                                     limited access program are responsible for completing the specific
                                                                                           GREG
                                                                                                     requirements of the institution to which they will transfer as
+* Mathematics           (GR)                                                  3     GRMT, GRQN      completion of this Pre-Major does not guarantee admission
   Science               (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)                         3           AASC      to an upper division limited access program. Although this
+* Humanities            HUM Prefix (GR)                                         3    HUMH, GRHM      Pre-Major is the best preparation for transfer in this major, students
   Social Science        (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)                         3           AASS      may be able to earn Valencia’s Associate in Arts Degree: General
   Elective(s)                                                                 3                     Studies and still be prepared for transfer in this major.
   Elective(s)                                                                 3
                         Total Credits                                         21                    All degree-seeking students must satisfy entry testing requirements
                                                                                                     and satisfactorily complete all Mandatory Courses in reading,
                                                                                                     student success, mathematics, English and English for Academic
                                                                                                     Purposes in which the student is placed. Students must complete
                                                                                                     all prerequisites for the listed course requirements and Valencia’s
                                                                                                     foreign language proficiency requirement. Courses meeting the
                                                                                                     preceding requirements may be in addition to the 60 credits listed.

                                                                                                     The courses do not have to be taken in the order listed; the sequence
                                                                                                     suggested is based upon prerequisites and level of course difficulty
Specialized courses may not be offered every session or on every campus.                             for most students.
+     This course must be completed with a grade of C or better.
*     This course has a prerequisite; check description in Valencia catalog.
(GR) Denotes a Gordon Rule course.
Code Denotes course attribute if needed for degree audits.


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FOUNDATION COURSES                                                                                   transfer in this major, students may be able to earn Valencia’s
                                                                                                     Associate in Arts Degree: General Studies and still be prepared for
    Course               Title                                             Credits         Code
                                                                                                     transfer in this major.
+* ENC 1101              Freshman Composition I (GR)                           3     ENC1, COMM,
                                                                                           GREG
                                                                                                     All degree-seeking students must satisfy entry testing requirements
+* FRE 1100              Elementary French I                                    3                    and satisfactorily complete all Mandatory Courses in reading,
+* Mathematics           (GR)                                                   3    GRMT, GRQN
                                                                                                     student success, mathematics, English and English for Academic
   SPC 1600              Fundamentals of Speech                                3      COMM, SPC
                                                                                                     Purposes in which the student is placed. Students must complete
   POS 2041              U.S. Government                                       3            POS      all prerequisites for the listed course requirements and Valencia’s
   Humanities            (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)                         3          HUMN       foreign language proficiency requirement. Courses meeting the
   Elective(s)                                                                 3                     preceding requirements may be in addition to the 60 credits listed.
                         Total Credits                                         21
                                                                                                     The courses do not have to be taken in the order listed; the
INTERMEDIATE COURSES                                                                                 sequence suggested is based upon prerequisites and level of course
                                                                                                     difficulty for most students.
    Course               Title                                             Credits         Code
+* ENC 1102              Freshman Composition II (GR)                          3     ENC2, COMM,
                                                                                                     FOUNDATION COURSES
                                                                                           GREG
+* FRE 1101              Elementary French II                                   3                         Course       Title                                 Credits         Code
+* Mathematics           (GR)                                                   3    GRMT, GRQN      +* ENC 1101       Freshman Composition I (GR)             3       ENC1, COMM,

   Science               (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)                          3          AASC                                                                              GREG

   SPC 1700              Cross Cultural Communication                           3                       SPC 1600       Fundamentals of Speech                   3       COMM, SPC

+* FRE 2200              Intermediate French I                                  3                    +* Mathematics    (GR)                                     3      GRMT, GRQN

+* Humanities            HUM Prefix (GR)                                         3    HUMH, GRHM         Humanities     (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)            3           HUMN

                         Total Credits                                         21                       POS 2041       U.S. Government                          3             POS
                                                                                                        HSC 1531       Medical Terminology                      3
ADVANCED COURSES                                                                                      * BSC 2093C      Human Anatomy and Physiology I           4
                                                                                                                       Total Credits                           22
    Course               Title                                             Credits         Code
   Science               (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)                         3           AASC
                                                                                                     INTERMEDIATE COURSES
+* Humanities            (GR)                                                  3     GRHM, HUMN
+* FRE 2201              Intermediate French II                                3                          Course       Title                                 Credits         Code
   Social Science        (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)                          3          AASC      +* ENC 1102       Freshman Composition II (GR)            3       ENC2, COMM,

   Elective(s)                                                                 3                                                                                             GREG

   Elective(s)                                                                 3                     +*   Humanities   HUM Prefix (GR)                          3       HUMH, GRHM

                         Total Credits                                         18                    +*   ACG 2021     Principles of Financial Accounting      3
                         Total Degree Credits                                  60                     *   OST 2450     ICD - 9 Coding                          3
                                                                                                     +    CGS 2100     Computer Fundamentals and
NOTES: Recommended electives include: prerequisites necessary                                                          Applications                             3
for the listed course requirements, SLS 1122 Student Success and                                         * BSC 2094C   Human Anatomy and Physiology II          4
*FRE 2941 Internship Exploration. The electives do not necessarily                                                     Total Credits                           19
need to be taken in three-credit courses.
                                                                                                     ADVANCED COURSES

Pre-Major: Health Information                                                                             Course       Title                                 Credits         Code
                                                                                                     +*   STA 2023     Statistical Methods (GR)                 3
Management (Medical Coder/Biller)                                                                    +*   Humanities   (GR)                                     3      HUMN, GRHM
Associate in Arts Degree                                                                             +    ECO 2023     Principles of Economics – Micro          3
                                                                                                     +*   ACG 2071     Principles of Managerial Accounting      3
This Pre-Major is designed for the student who plans to transfer to
                                                                                                      *   OST 2452     Advanced ICD - 9 Coding                  3
a Florida public university as a junior to complete a four-year
bachelor’s degree in Health Services Administration. Students who                                     *   CHM 1025C    Introduction to General Chemistry        4
plan to transfer to a limited access program are responsible for                                                       Total Credits                           19
completing the specific requirements of the institution to which                                                        Total Degree Credits                    60
they will transfer as completion of this Pre-Major does not
guarantee admission to an upper division limited access
program. Although this Pre-Major is the best preparation for




Specialized courses may not be offered every session or on every campus.
+     This course must be completed with a grade of C or better.
*     This course has a prerequisite; check description in Valencia catalog.
(GR) Denotes a Gordon Rule course.
Code Denotes course attribute if needed for degree audits.


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Pre-Major: Health Services                                                                           ADVANCED COURSES

Administration                                                                                           Course        Title                                 Credits         Code
                                                                                                     +* Humanities     (GR)                                     3      HUMN, GRHM
Associate in Arts Degree
                                                                                                        Science        (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)            3            AASC

This Pre-Major is designed for the student who plans to transfer to                                  + ECO 2023        Principles of Economics – Micro         3
a Florida public university as a junior to complete a four-year                                      +* ACG 2071       Principles of Managerial Accounting     3
bachelor’s degree in Health Services Administration. Students who                                       Elective(s)                                            3
plan to transfer to a limited access program are responsible for                                        Elective(s)                                            3
completing the specific requirements of the institution to which                                         Elective(s)                                             3
they will transfer as completion of this Pre-Major does not                                                            Total Credits                           21
guarantee admission to an upper division limited access
                                                                                                                       Total Degree Credits                    60
program. Although this Pre-Major is the best preparation for
transfer in this major, students may be able to earn Valencia’s
                                                                                                     NOTES: Recommended electives include: prerequisites necessary
Associate in Arts Degree: General Studies and still be prepared for
                                                                                                     for the listed course requirements, foreign language courses
transfer in this major.
                                                                                                     necessary to satisfy Valencia’s and the university’s foreign language
                                                                                                     proficiency requirement(s), SLS 1122 Student Success, PSY 1012
All degree-seeking students must satisfy entry testing requirements
                                                                                                     General Psychology, SYG 2000 Introductory Sociology, *MAN 2021
and satisfactorily complete all Mandatory Courses in reading,
                                                                                                     Principles of Management, ECO 2013 Principles of Economics –
student success, mathematics, English and English for Academic                                       Macro, and an applicable internship. The electives do not necessarily
Purposes in which the student is placed. Students must complete                                      need to be taken in three-credit courses.
all prerequisites for the listed course requirements and Valencia’s
foreign language proficiency requirement. Courses meeting the
preceding requirements may be in addition to the 60 credits listed.                                  Pre-Major: History
                                                                                                     Associate in Arts Degree
The courses do not have to be taken in the order listed; the
sequence suggested is based upon prerequisites and level of course                                   This Pre-Major is designed for the student who plans to transfer
difficulty for most students.                                                                         to a Florida public university as a junior to complete a four-year
                                                                                                     bachelor’s degree in History. Students who plan to transfer to a
FOUNDATION COURSES                                                                                   limited access program are responsible for completing the specific
                                                                                                     requirements of the institution to which they will transfer as
    Course               Title                                             Credits         Code      completion of this Pre-Major does not guarantee admission
+* ENC 1101              Freshman Composition I (GR)                           3     ENC1, COMM,     to an upper division limited access program. Although this
                                                                                           GREG      Pre-Major is the best preparation for transfer in this major, students
   SPC 1600              Fundamentals of Speech                                3      COMM, SPC      may be able to earn Valencia’s Associate in Arts Degree: General
+* Mathematics           (GR)                                                   3    GRMT, GRQN      Studies and still be prepared for transfer in this major.
   Humanities            (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)                         3          HUMN
   POS 2041              U.S. Government                                       3            POS      All degree-seeking students must satisfy entry testing requirements
   Elective(s)                                                                 3                     and satisfactorily complete all Mandatory Courses in reading,
                         Total Credits                                         18                    student success, mathematics, English and English for Academic
                                                                                                     Purposes in which the student is placed. Students must complete
INTERMEDIATE COURSES                                                                                 all prerequisites for the listed course requirements and Valencia’s
                                                                                                     foreign language proficiency requirement. Courses meeting the
    Course               Title                                             Credits         Code      preceding requirements may be in addition to the 60 credits listed.
+* ENC 1102              Freshman Composition II (GR)                          3     ENC2, COMM,
                                                                                           GREG
                                                                                                     The courses do not have to be taken in the order listed; the sequence
+* STA 2023              Statistical Methods (GR)                              3                     suggested is based upon prerequisites and level of course difficulty
+* Humanities            HUM Prefix (GR)                                        3     HUMH, GRHM      for most students.
   Science               (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)                         3           AASC
+* ACG 2021              Principles of Financial Accounting                    3                     FOUNDATION COURSES
+ CGS 2100               Computer Fundamentals and
                                                                                                         Course        Title                                 Credits         Code
                         Applications                                           3
                                                                                                     +* ENC 1101       Freshman Composition I (GR)             3       ENC1, COMM,
    Elective(s)                                                                 3
                                                                                                                                                                             GREG
                         Total Credits                                         21
                                                                                                     + AMH 2010        U.S. History to 1877                    3
                                                                                                       POS 2041        U.S. Government                         3              POS
                                                                                                       SPC 1600        Fundamentals of Speech                   3       COMM, SPC
                                                                                                       Humanities      (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)            3           HUMN
                                                                                                     + AMH 2020        U.S. History 1877 to Present            3
                                                                                                       Elective(s)                                              3
Specialized courses may not be offered every session or on every campus.                                               Total Credits                           21
+     This course must be completed with a grade of C or better.
*     This course has a prerequisite; check description in Valencia catalog.
(GR) Denotes a Gordon Rule course.
Code Denotes course attribute if needed for degree audits.


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INTERMEDIATE COURSES                                                                                 The courses do not have to be taken in the order listed; the sequence
                                                                                                     suggested is based upon prerequisites and level of course difficulty
    Course               Title                                             Credits         Code
                                                                                                     for most students.
+* ENC 1102              Freshman Composition II (GR)                          3     ENC2, COMM,
                                                                                           GREG
                                                                                                     FOUNDATION COURSES
+* Mathematics           (GR)                                                  3     GRMT, GRQN
+* EUH 2000              Western Civilization to 1750 (GR)                     3          GRHM           Course        Title                                Credits         Code

+* Humanities            HUM Prefix (GR)                                        3     HUMH, GRHM
                                                                                                     +* ENC 1101       Freshman Composition I (GR)            3       ENC1, COMM,
                                                                                                                                                                            GREG
   Science               (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)                         3           AASC
   Elective(s)                                                                 3                     + BSC 1010C       Fundamentals of Biology I              4
   Elective(s)                                                                 3                     +* MAC 1140       Precalculus Algebra (GR)                3
                         Total Credits                                         21                    + SPC 1600        Fundamentals of Speech                  3       COMM, SPC
                                                                                                        POS 2041       U.S. Government                        3              POS

ADVANCED COURSES                                                                                        Humanities     (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)           3           HUMN
                                                                                                        Elective(s)                                            3
    Course               Title                                             Credits         Code                        Total Credits                          22
   Science               (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)             3                       AASC
+* Mathematics           (GR)                                      3                 GRMT, GRQN
                                                                                                     INTERMEDIATE COURSES
+* EUH 2001              Western Civilization 1750 to Present (GR) 3                      GRHM
   Elective(s)                                                     3                                     Course        Title                                Credits         Code

   Elective(s)                                                     3                                 +* ENC 1102       Freshman Composition II (GR)           3       ENC2, COMM,
                                                                                                                                                                            GREG
   Elective(s)                                                     3
                         Total Credits                            18                                 +* MAC 1114       College Trigonometry (GR)              3
                         Total Degree Credits                     60                                 +* Humanities     HUM Prefix (GR)                         3       HUMH, GRHM
                                                                                                     +* CHM 1045C      General Chemistry with Qualitative
NOTES: Recommended electives include: prerequisites necessary                                                          Analysis                               4
for the listed course requirements, foreign language courses                                             HOS 1010      Introduction to Horticulture and
necessary to satisfy Valencia’s and the university’s foreign language                                                  Landscape Technology                    3
proficiency requirement(s), *INR 2002 International Politics, GEA                                     + ECO 2023        Principles of Economics-Micro           3
1000 World Geography, HIS 2935 Selected Topics in History, SYG                                         Elective(s)                                             3
2000 Introductory Sociology, SLS 1122 Student Success, and                                                             Total Credits                          22
additional History courses from the course descriptions section of
the catalog. The electives do not necessarily need to be taken in                                    ADVANCED COURSES
three-credit courses.
                                                                                                         Course        Title                                Credits         Code
                                                                                                     +* Humanities     (GR)                                    3      GRHM, HUMN
Pre-Major: Horticultural Science                                                                     +* PHY 1053C      Physics                                 4
Associate in Arts Degree                                                                             +* BSC 1011C      Fundamentals of Biology II             4
                                                                                                        Elective(s)                                            3
This Pre-Major is designed for the student who plans to transfer                                        Elective(s)                                            2
to a Florida public university as a junior to complete a four-year
                                                                                                                       Total Credits                          16
bachelor’s degree in Horticultural Science. Students who plan to
                                                                                                                       Total Degree Credits                   60
transfer to a limited access program are responsible for completing
the specific requirements of the institution to which they will
transfer as completion of this Pre-Major does not guarantee                                          NOTES: Recommended electives include: prerequisites necessary for
admission to an upper division limited access program.                                               the listed course requirements, foreign language courses necessary
Although this Pre-Major is the best preparation for transfer in this                                 to satisfy Valencia’s and the university’s foreign language proficiency
major, students may be able to earn Valencia’s Associate in Arts                                     requirement(s), SLS 1122 Student Success, BOT 2501 Plant
Degree: General Studies and still be prepared for transfer in this                                   Physiology, *ORH 1510 Ornamental Plant Materials I, and *HOS
major.                                                                                               2941 Internship Exploration. The electives do not necessarily need to
                                                                                                     be taken in three-credit courses.
All degree-seeking students must satisfy entry testing requirements
and satisfactorily complete all Mandatory Courses in reading,
student success, mathematics, English and English for Academic
Purposes in which the student is placed. Students must complete
all prerequisites for the listed course requirements and Valencia’s
foreign language proficiency requirement. Courses meeting the
preceding requirements may be in addition to the 60 credits listed.


Specialized courses may not be offered every session or on every campus.
+     This course must be completed with a grade of C or better.
*     This course has a prerequisite; check description in Valencia catalog.
(GR) Denotes a Gordon Rule course.
Code Denotes course attribute if needed for degree audits.


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Pre-Major: Humanities                                                                                ADVANCED COURSES
Associate in Arts Degree                                                                                  Course         Title                              Credits         Code
                                                                                                     +* Humanities       (GR)                                  3      HUMN, GRHM
This Pre-Major is designed for the student who plans to transfer to                                     Social Science   (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)        3             AASS
a Florida public university as a junior to complete a four-year
                                                                                                        Science          (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)        3             AASC
bachelor’s degree in Humanities. Students who plan to transfer to a
                                                                                                        Humanities       (Course from Area 2 - AA Gen Ed)     3            HUMN
limited access program are responsible for completing the specific
requirements of the institution to which they will transfer as                                          Elective(s)                                           3
completion of this Pre-Major does not guarantee admission                                               Elective(s)                                            3
to an upper division limited access program. Although this                                                               Total Credits                        18
Pre-Major is the best preparation for transfer in this major, students                                                   Total Degree Credits                 60
may be able to earn Valencia’s Associate in Arts Degree: General
Studies and still be prepared for transfer in this major.                                            NOTES: Recommended electives include: prerequisites necessary
                                                                                                     for the listed course requirements, foreign language courses
All degree-seeking students must satisfy entry testing requirements                                  necessary to satisfy Valencia’s and the university’s foreign language
and satisfactorily complete all Mandatory Courses in reading,                                        proficiency requirement(s), SLS 1122 Student Success, SLS 1301
student success, mathematics, English and English for Academic                                       Career Development, and an applicable Internship(s). The electives
Purposes in which the student is placed. Students must complete                                      do not necessarily need to be taken in three-credit courses.
all prerequisites for the listed course requirements and Valencia’s
foreign language proficiency requirement. Courses meeting the
preceding requirements may be in addition to the 60 credits listed.
                                                                                                     Pre-Major: Human Resources
                                                                                                     Management
The courses do not have to be taken in the order listed; the                                         Associate in Arts Degree
sequence suggested is based upon prerequisites and level of course
difficulty for most students.                                                                         This Pre-Major is designed for the student who plans to transfer
                                                                                                     to a Florida public university as a junior to complete a four-year
FOUNDATION COURSES                                                                                   bachelor’s degree in Human Resources Management. Students
                                                                                                     who plan to transfer to a limited access program are responsible for
    Course               Title                                             Credits         Code      completing the specific requirements of the institution to which they
+* ENC 1101              Freshman Composition I (GR)                           3     ENC1, COMM,     will transfer as completion of this Pre-Major does not guarantee
                                                                                           GREG      admission to an upper division limited access program.
+* Mathematics           (GR)                                                   3    GRMT, GRQN      Although this Pre-Major is the best preparation for transfer in this
   HUM 1020              Introduction to Humanities                             3                    major, students may be able to earn Valencia’s Associate in Arts
   SPC 1600              Fundamentals of Speech                                3      COMM, SPC
                                                                                                     Degree: General Studies and still be prepared for transfer in this
                                                                                                     major.
   POS 2041              U.S. Government                                       3            POS
   Humanities            (Course from Area 2 - A.A. Gen Ed)                    3          HUMN
                                                                                                     All degree-seeking students must satisfy entry testing requirements
   Elective(s)                                                                 3
                                                                                                     and satisfactorily complete all Mandatory Courses in reading,
                         Total Credits                                         21
                                                                                                     student success, mathematics, English and English for Academic
                                                                                                     Purposes in which the student is placed. Students must complete
INTERMEDIATE COURSES
                                                                                                     all prerequisites for the listed course requirements and Valencia’s
    Course               Title                                             Credits         Code      foreign language proficiency requirement. Courses meeting the
+* ENC 1102              Freshman Composition II (GR)                          3     ENC2, COMM,     preceding requirements may be in addition to the 60 credits listed.
                                                                                           GREG
+* Mathematics           (GR)                                                  3     GRMT, GRQN      The courses do not have to be taken in the order listed; the sequence
   Science               (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)                         3           AASC      suggested is based upon prerequisites and level of course difficulty
+* Humanities            HUM Prefix (GR)                                         3    HUMH, GRHM      for most students.
   Humanities            (Course from Area 2 - A.A. Gen Ed)                    3          HUMN
   Humanities            (Course from Area 2 - A.A. Gen Ed)                    3          HUMN
                                                                                                     FOUNDATION COURSES
   Elective(s)                                                                 3                          Course         Title                              Credits         Code
                         Total Credits                                         21                    +* ENC 1101         Freshman Composition I (GR)          3       ENC1, COMM,
                                                                                                                                                                            GREG
                                                                                                          Humanities     (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)        3            HUMN
                                                                                                          POS 2041       U.S. Government                      3              POS
                                                                                                          SPC 1600       Fundamentals of Speech               3        COMM, SPC
                                                                                                          MAN 2300       Introduction to Human Resources
                                                                                                                         Management
                                                                                                                             or
                                                                                                         * MNA           A Human Resources Management
Specialized courses may not be offered every session or on every campus.
+     This course must be completed with a grade of C or better.                                                         Course                                3
*     This course has a prerequisite; check description in Valencia catalog.
(GR) Denotes a Gordon Rule course.
                                                                                                          Elective(s)                                          3
Code Denotes course attribute if needed for degree audits.                                                               Total Credits                        18

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INTERMEDIATE COURSES                                                                                 foreign language proficiency requirement. Courses meeting the
                                                                                                     preceding requirements may be in addition to the 60 credits listed.
     Course              Title                                             Credits         Code
+* ENC 1102              Freshman Composition II (GR)                          3     ENC2, COMM,
                                                                                                     The courses do not have to be taken in the order listed; the sequence
                                                                                           GREG
                                                                                                     suggested is based upon prerequisites and level of course difficulty
+ CGS 2100               Computer Fundamentals and
                                                                                                     for most students.
                         Applications                                          3
+    ECO 2013            Principles of Economics – Macro                       3                     FOUNDATION COURSES
+*   ACG 2021            Principles of Financial Accounting                    3
+*   Humanities          HUM Prefix (GR)                                        3     HUMH, GRHM          Course        Title                                 Credits         Code

+*   MAC 2233            Calculus for Business and Social                                            +* ENC 1101       Freshman Composition I (GR)             3       ENC1, COMM,
                                                                                                                                                                             GREG
                         Science (GR)                                          3
     Elective(s)                                                               3                     +* MAC 1140       1
                                                                                                                        Pre-Calculus Algebra (GR)               3
                         Total Credits                                         21                    + PSY 1012        General Psychology                       3
                                                                                                        SPC 1600       Fundamentals of Speech                   3       COMM, SPC

ADVANCED COURSES                                                                                     +* COP 2220       C Programming                            3
                                                                                                        Science        (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)            3            AASC
     Course              Title                                             Credits         Code         Humanities     (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)            3           HUMN
     Science             (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)                         3           AASC
                                                                                                                       Total Credits                           21
+*   Humanities          (GR)                                                  3     HUMN, GRHM
+*   STA 2023            Statistical Methods (GR)                              3                     INTERMEDIATE COURSES
+*   ACG 2071            Principles of Managerial Accounting                   3
+    ECO 2023            Principles of Economics-Micro                         3                         Course        Title                                 Credits         Code

     Science             (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)                         3                     +* ENC 1102       Freshman Composition II (GR)            3       ENC2, COMM,
                                                                                                                                                                             GREG
     Elective(s)                                                                3
                         Total Credits                                         21                    +* MAC 1114       1
                                                                                                                        College Trigonometry (GR)              3
                         Total Degree Credits                                  60                    +* PHY 1053C      Introductory Physics I
                                                                                                                           or
NOTES: Recommended electives include: prerequisites necessary                                        +* PHY 2048C      General Physics with Calculus I         4
for the listed course requirements, foreign language courses                                            POS 2041       U.S. Government                         3              POS

necessary to satisfy Valencia’s and the university’s foreign language                                + CGS 2545        Database Management Systems              3
proficiency requirement(s), SLS 1122 Student Success, GEB 1011                                        +* COP 2800       Java Programming                         3
Introduction to Business, BUL 2241 Business Law I, *MAN 2021                                            Elective(s)                                             2
Principles of Management, *MAR 2011 Principles of Marketing and                                                        Total Credits                           21
an applicable Internship(s). The electives do not necessarily need to
be taken in three-credit courses.                                                                    ADVANCED COURSES

                                                                                                         Course        Title                                 Credits         Code
Pre-Major: Information Technology                                                                    + ECO 2013        Principles of Economics - Macro         3
Associate in Arts Degree                                                                             +* COT 2104       Foundations of Discrete Mathematics     3
                                                                                                        COP 2805       Advanced Java Programming               3
This Pre-Major is designed for the student who plans to transfer                                     +* STA 2023       Statistical Methods (GR)                3
to a Florida public university as a junior to complete a four-year                                   +* Humanities     HUM Prefix (GR)                           3      HUMH, GRHM
bachelor’s degree in Information Technology. Students who plan to
                                                                                                     +* Humanities     (GR)                                     3      HUMN, GRHM
transfer to a limited access program are responsible for completing
                                                                                                                       Total Credits                           18
the specific requirements of the institution to which they will
transfer as completion of this Pre-Major does not guarantee                                                            Total Degree Credits                    60
admission to an upper division limited access program.
Although this Pre-Major is the best preparation for transfer in this                                 NOTES:
major, students may be able to earn Valencia’s Associate in Arts                                     1
                                                                                                       +*MAC 1147 or +*MAC 2311 can substitute for both of these
Degree: General Studies and still be prepared for transfer in this                                   courses.
major.

All degree-seeking students must satisfy entry testing requirements                                  Pre-Major: Interpersonal
and satisfactorily complete all Mandatory Courses in reading,                                        Communications
student success, mathematics, English and English for Academic                                       Associate in Arts Degree
Purposes in which the student is placed. Students must complete
all prerequisites for the listed course requirements and Valencia’s                                  This Pre-Major is designed for the student who plans to transfer
                                                                                                     to a Florida public university as a junior to complete a four-year
                                                                                                     bachelor’s degree in Interpersonal Speech Communication.
Specialized courses may not be offered every session or on every campus.                             Students who plan to transfer to a limited access program are
+     This course must be completed with a grade of C or better.
*     This course has a prerequisite; check description in Valencia catalog.                         responsible for completing the specific requirements of the
(GR) Denotes a Gordon Rule course.                                                                   institution to which they will transfer as completion of this
Code Denotes course attribute if needed for degree audits.


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Pre-Major does not guarantee admission to an upper division                                          NOTES: Recommended electives include: prerequisites necessary
limited access program. Although this Pre-Major is the best                                          for the listed course requirements and foreign language courses
preparation for transfer in this major, students may be able to earn                                 necessary to satisfy Valencia’s and the university’s foreign language
Valencia’s Associate in Arts Degree: General Studies and still be                                    proficiency requirement(s), and PHI 2600 Ethics and Critical
prepared for transfer in this major.                                                                 Thinking. The electives do not necessarily need to be taken in
                                                                                                     three-credit courses.
All degree-seeking students must satisfy entry testing requirements
and satisfactorily complete all Mandatory Courses in reading,                                        Pre-Major: Journalism
student success, mathematics, English and English for Academic                                       Associate in Arts Degree
Purposes in which the student is placed. Students must complete
all prerequisites for the listed course requirements and Valencia’s                                  This Pre-Major is designed for the student who plans to transfer
foreign language proficiency requirement. Courses meeting the                                         to a Florida public university as a junior to complete a four-year
preceding requirements may be in addition to the 60 credits listed.                                  bachelor’s degree in Journalism. Students who plan to transfer to a
                                                                                                     limited access program are responsible for completing the specific
The courses do not have to be taken in the order listed; the sequence                                requirements of the institution to which they will transfer as
suggested is based upon prerequisites and level of course difficulty                                  completion of this Pre-Major does not guarantee admission
for most students.                                                                                   to an upper division limited access program. Although this
                                                                                                     Pre-Major is the best preparation for transfer in this major, students
FOUNDATION COURSES                                                                                   may be able to earn Valencia’s Associate in Arts Degree: General
                                                                                                     Studies and still be prepared for transfer in this major.
    Course               Title                                             Credits         Code
+* ENC 1101              Freshman Composition I (GR)                           3     ENC1, COMM,
                                                                                                     All degree-seeking students must satisfy entry testing requirements
                                                                                           GREG
                                                                                                     and satisfactorily complete all Mandatory Courses in reading,
+ MMC 1000               Survey of Mass Communications                         3                     student success, mathematics, English and English for Academic
+* MAC 1105              College Algebra (GR)                                  3                     Purposes in which the student is placed. Students must complete
   Humanities            (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)                         3          HUMN       all prerequisites for the listed course requirements and Valencia’s
+ SPC 1600               Fundamentals of Speech                                3      COMM, SPC      foreign language proficiency requirement. Courses meeting the
   Science               (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)                         3           AASC      preceding requirements may be in addition to the 60 credits listed.
   Elective(s)                                                                 3
                         Total Credits                                         21                    The courses do not have to be taken in the order listed; the sequence
                                                                                                     suggested is based upon prerequisites and level of course difficulty
INTERMEDIATE COURSES                                                                                 for most students.

    Course               Title                                             Credits         Code
                                                                                                     FOUNDATION COURSES
   Science               (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)                         3           AASC
   POS 2041              U.S. Government                                       3            POS            Course        Title                             Credits         Code
+* ENC 1102              Freshman Composition II (GR)                          3     ENC2, COMM,     +* ENC 1101         Freshman Composition I (GR)         3       ENC1, COMM,

                                                                                           GREG                                                                            GREG

+* Humanities            (GR)                                                  3     HUMN, GRHM      +* Mathematics      (GR)                                3       GRMT, GRQN

+* STA 2023              Statistical Methods(GR)                                3                       Humanities       (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)       3            HUMN

+* Humanities            HUM Prefix (GR)                                        3     HUMH, GRHM         POS 2041         U.S. Government                     3              POS

                         Total Credits                                         18                       MMC 1000         Survey of Mass Communications       3
                                                                                                      * JOU 1400L        College Newspaper
ADVANCED COURSES                                                                                                             or
                                                                                                         * JOU 1440L     College Magazine                     1
    Course               Title                                             Credits
                                                                                                           Elective(s)                                        3
  PSY 1012               General Psychology                                    3
                                                                                                                         Total Credits                       19
  SPC 1016               Informal Communication                                3
  SPC 1700               Cross Cultural Communication                          3
                                                                                                     INTERMEDIATE COURSES
+ CGS 1060               Introduction to Computers                             3
  SYG 2000               Introductory Sociology                                3                           Course        Title                             Credits         Code
  Elective(s)                                                                  3                     +* ENC 1102         Freshman Composition II (GR)        3       ENC2, COMM,

  Elective(s)                                                                  3                                                                                           GREG

                         Total Credits                                         21                    +* Mathematics      (GR)                                3       GRMT, GRQN

                         Total Degree Credits                                  60                    + SPC 1600          Fundamentals of Speech              3        COMM, SPC
                                                                                                        Science          (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)       3             AASC
                                                                                                     +* Humanities       HUM Prefix (GR)                      3       HUMH, GRHM
                                                                                                        AMH 2010         U. S. History to 1877               3
                                                                                                      * JOU 1404L        College Newspaper
Specialized courses may not be offered every session or on every campus.                                                     or
+     This course must be completed with a grade of C or better.
*     This course has a prerequisite; check description in Valencia catalog.                             * JOU 1441L     College Magazine                     1
(GR) Denotes a Gordon Rule course.                                                                                       Total Credits                       19
Code Denotes course attribute if needed for degree audits.


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ADVANCED COURSES                                                                                    FOUNDATION COURSES

    Course               Title                                             Credits         Code          Course        Title                                 Credits         Code
+* Humanities            Any AML, ENL or LIT Course (GR)                       3     HUMN, GRHM     +* ENC 1101        Freshman Composition I (GR)             3       ENC1, COMM,
   Science               (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)                         3           AASC                                                                              GREG
   AMH 2020              U. S. History 1877 to Present                         3                         Humanities    (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)            3           HUMN
   MMC 2100              Writing for Mass Communications                       3                         POS 2041      U.S. Government                          3             POS
   POS 2112              State and Local Government                            3                         SPC 1600      Fundamentals of Speech                   3       COMM, SPC
 * JOU 2402L             College Newspaper                                                               GEB 1011      Introduction to Business                3
                             or                                                                          Elective(s)                                            3
 * JOU 2442L             College Magazine                                      1                                       Total Credits                           18
   Elective(s)                                                                 3
   Elective(s)                                                                 3                    INTERMEDIATE COURSES
                         Total Credits                                         22
                                                                                                         Course        Title                                 Credits         Code
                         Total Degree Credits                                  60
                                                                                                    +* ENC 1102        Freshman Composition II (GR)            3       ENC2, COMM,
                                                                                                                                                                             GREG
NOTES: Recommended electives include: prerequisites necessary
                                                                                                    + CGS 2100         Computer Fundamentals and
for the listed course requirements, foreign language courses necessary
to satisfyValencia’s and the university’s foreign language proficiency                                                  Applications                            3
requirement(s), SLS 1122 Student Success, a word processing course,                                 +    ECO 2013      Principles of Economics-Macro           3
GEA 1000 World Geography, LIS 1001 Computer Research, *CRW                                          +*   ACG 2021      Principles of Financial Accounting      3
2001 Creative Writing and Advanced Composition, *STA 2023                                           +*   Humanities    HUM Prefix (GR)                          3       HUMH, GRHM
Statistical Methods and *JOU 2941 Internship Exploration. The                                       +*   MAC 2233      Calculus for Business and Social
electives do not necessarily need to be taken in three-credit courses.                                                 Science (GR)                            3
                                                                                                         Elective(s)                                            3
                                                                                                                       Total Credits                           21
Pre-Major: Management Information
Systems                                                                                             ADVANCED COURSES
Associate in Arts Degree
                                                                                                         Course        Title                                 Credits         Code
                                                                                                         Science       (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)            3            AASC
This Pre-Major is designed for the student who plans to transfer
to a Florida public university as a junior to complete a four-year                                  +*   Humanities    (GR)                                     3      GRHM, HUMN

bachelor’s degree in Management Information Systems. Students                                       +*   STA 2023      Statistical Methods (GR)                 3
who plan to transfer to a limited access program are responsible for                                +*   ACG 2071      Principles of Managerial Accounting      3
completing the specific requirements of the institution to which they                                +    ECO 2023      Principles of Economics-Micro           3
will transfer as completion of this Pre-Major does not guarantee                                         Science       (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)           3             AASC
admission to an upper division limited access program.                                                   Elective(s)                                            3
Although this Pre-Major is the best preparation for transfer in this                                                   Total Credits                           21
major, students may be able to earn Valencia’s Associate in Arts                                                       Total Degree Credits                    60
Degree: General Studies and still be prepared for transfer in this
major.
                                                                                                    NOTES: Recommended electives include: prerequisites necessary
                                                                                                    for the listed course requirements and foreign language courses
All degree-seeking students must satisfy entry testing requirements
                                                                                                    necessary to satisfy Valencia’s and the university’s foreign language
and satisfactorily complete all Mandatory Courses in reading,                                       proficiency requirement(s). The electives do not necessarily need to
student success, mathematics, English and English for Academic                                      be taken in three-credit courses.
Purposes in which the student is placed. Students must complete
all prerequisites for the listed course requirements and Valencia’s
foreign language proficiency requirement. Courses meeting the                                        Pre-Major: Marine Biology
preceding requirements may be in addition to the 60 credits listed.                                 Associate in Arts Degree

The courses do not have to be taken in the order listed; the sequence                               This Pre-Major is designed for the student who plans to transfer
suggested is based upon prerequisites and level of course difficulty                                 to a Florida public university as a junior to complete a four-year
for most students.                                                                                  bachelor’s degree in Marine Biology. Students who plan to transfer
                                                                                                    to a limited access program are responsible for completing the
                                                                                                    specific requirements of the institution to which they will transfer
                                                                                                    as completion of this Pre-Major does not guarantee admission
                                                                                                    to an upper division limited access program. Although this
                                                                                                    Pre-Major is the best preparation for transfer in this major, students
                                                                                                    may be able to earn Valencia’s Associate in Arts Degree: General
                                                                                                    Studies and still be prepared for transfer in this major.
Specialized courses may not be offered every session or on every campus.
+     This course must be completed with a grade of C or better.
*     This course has a prerequisite; check description in Valencia catalog.
(GR) Denotes a Gordon Rule course.
Code Denotes course attribute if needed for degree audits.


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All degree-seeking students must satisfy entry testing requirements                                      2941 Internship Exploration. Some universities prefer the
and satisfactorily complete all Mandatory Courses in reading,                                            completion of *MAC 2312 Calculus with Analytic Geometry II (5
student success, mathematics, English and English for Academic                                           credits) in place of *STA 2023 Statistical Methods.
Purposes in which the student is placed. Students must complete
all prerequisites for the listed course requirements and Valencia’s
foreign language proficiency requirement. Courses meeting the
                                                                                                         Pre-Major: Marketing
preceding requirements may be in addition to the 60 credits listed.                                      Associate in Arts Degree

                                                                                                         This Pre-Major is designed for the student who plans to transfer
The courses do not have to be taken in the order listed; the sequence
                                                                                                         to a Florida public university as a junior to complete a four-year
suggested is based upon prerequisites and level of course difficulty
                                                                                                         bachelor’s degree in Marketing. Students who plan to transfer to a
for most students.
                                                                                                         limited access program are responsible for completing the specific
                                                                                                         requirements of the institution to which they will transfer as
FOUNDATION COURSES                                                                                       completion of this Pre-Major does not guarantee admission to
     Course              Title                                                 Credits         Code
                                                                                                         an upper division limited access program. Although this Pre-Major
+* ENC 1101              Freshman Composition I (GR)                             3       ENC1, COMM,     is the best preparation for transfer in this major, students may be able to
                                                                                               GREG
                                                                                                         earnValencia’s Associate in Arts Degree: General Studies and still be
                                                                                                         prepared for transfer in this major.
+* MAC 2311              Calculus with Analytic Geometry I (GR)                  5
+ BSC 1010C              Fundamentals of Biology I                               4
                                                                                                         All degree-seeking students must satisfy entry testing requirements
+* CHM 1045C             General Chemistry with Qualitative
                                                                                                         and satisfactorily complete all Mandatory Courses in reading,
                         Analysis I                                              4
                                                                                                         student success, mathematics, English and English for Academic
     PSY 1012            General Psychology                                      3
                                                                                                         Purposes in which the student is placed. Students must complete
     Humanities          (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)                           3            HUMN
                                                                                                         all prerequisites for the listed course requirements and Valencia’s
                         Total Credits                                           22
                                                                                                         foreign language proficiency requirement. Courses meeting the
                                                                                                         preceding requirements may be in addition to the 60 credits listed.
INTERMEDIATE COURSES

     Course              Title                                                 Credits         Code      The courses do not have to be taken in the order listed; the sequence
+* ENC 1102              Freshman Composition II (GR)                            3       ENC2, COMM,     suggested is based upon prerequisites and level of course difficulty
                                                                                               GREG      for most students.
+* STA 2023              Statistical Methods (GR)                                3
+* CHM 1046C             General Chemistry with Qualitative                                              FOUNDATION COURSES
                         Analysis II                                             4                            Course        Title                                 Credits         Code
   POS 2041              U.S. Government                                         3              POS      +* ENC 1101        Freshman Composition I (GR)             3       ENC1, COMM,
   SPC 1600              Fundamentals of Speech                                  3        COMM, SPC                                                                               GREG
+* CHM 2210C             Organic Chemistry I                                                                  Humanities    (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)            3           HUMN
                             or                                                                               POS 2041      U.S. Government                          3             POS
+* PHY 2048C             General Physics with Calculus I                         4                            SPC 1600      Fundamentals of Speech                   3       COMM, SPC
                         Total Credits                                           20                           GEB 1011      Introduction to Business                3
                                                                                                              Elective(s)                                            3
ADVANCED COURSES                                                                                                            Total Credits                           18

     Course              Title                                                 Credits         Code
+* CHM 2211C             Organic Chemistry II                                                            INTERMEDIATE COURSES
                             or                                                                               Course        Title                                 Credits         Code
+*   PHY 2049C           General Physics with Calculus II                        4                       +* ENC 1102        Freshman Composition II (GR)            3       ENC2, COMM,
+*   BSC 1011C           Fundamentals of Biology II                               4                                                                                               GREG
+*   Humanities          HUM Prefix (GR)                                           3      HUMH, GRHM      + CGS 2100         Computer Fundamentals and
+*   Humanities          (GR)                                                    3       HUMN, GRHM                         Applications                            3
*    OCB 2010C           Marine Biology                                           4                      +    ECO 2013      Principles of Economics-Macro           3
                         Total Credits                                           18                      +*   ACG 2021      Financial Accounting                    3
                         Total Degree Credits                                    60                      +*   Humanities    HUM Prefix (GR)                          3       HUMH, GRHM
                                                                                                         +*   MAC 2233      Calculus for Business and Social
NOTES: Recommended electives include: prerequisites necessary                                                               Science (GR)                            3
for the listed course requirements, foreign language courses                                                 * MAR 2011     Principles of Marketing
necessary to satisfy Valencia’s and the university’s foreign language                                                           or
proficiency requirement(s), SLS 1122 Student Success, and *BSC
                                                                                                              MKA           an MKA course                            3
                                                                                                                            Total Credits                           21
Specialized courses may not be offered every session or on every campus.
+     This course must be completed with a grade of C or better.
*     This course has a prerequisite; check description in Valencia catalog.
(GR) Denotes a Gordon Rule course.
Code Denotes course attribute if needed for degree audits.


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ADVANCED COURSES                                                                                         +* MAC 2311        Calculus with Analytic Geometry I
                                                                                                                            (GR)                                    5
     Course              Title                                                 Credits         Code
                                                                                                              Elective(s)                                            3
     Science             (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)                           3             AASC
                                                                                                                            Total Credits                           21
+*   Humanities          (GR)                                                    3       HUMN, GRHM
+*   STA 2023            Statistical Methods (GR)                                 3
                                                                                                         INTERMEDIATE COURSES
+*   ACG 2071            Managerial Accounting                                    3
+    ECO 2023            Principles of Economics-Micro                            3                           Course        Title                                 Credits         Code
     Science             (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)                            3            AASC      +* ENC 1102        Freshman Composition II (GR)            3       ENC2, COMM,
     Elective(s)                                                                 3                                                                                                GREG
                         Total Credits                                           21                         SPC 1600       Fundamentals of Speech                   3        COMM, SPC
                         Total Degree Credits                                    60                      +* MAC 2312       Calculus with Analytic Geometry II
                                                                                                                           (GR)                                      5
NOTES: Recommended electives include: prerequisites necessary                                            +* PHY 2048C      General Physics with Calculus I          4
for the listed course requirements, foreign language courses                                                Social Science (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)             3            AASS
necessary to satisfy Valencia’s and the university’s foreign language                                                      Total Credits                            18
proficiency requirement(s), SLS 1122 Student Success, BUL 2241
Business Law I, *MAN 2021 Principles of Management, *MAR
                                                                                                         ADVANCED COURSES
2011 Principles of Marketing and an applicable Internship(s). The
electives do not necessarily need to be taken in three-credit courses.                                        Course        Title                                 Credits         Code
                                                                                                         +*   Humanities    HUM Prefix (GR)                          3       HUMH, GRHM
                                                                                                         +*   Humanities    (GR)                                    3       HUMN, GRHM
Pre-Major: Mathematics                                                                                   +*   COP 2220      C Programming                           3
Associate in Arts Degree                                                                                 +*   MAC 2313      Calculus with Analytic Geometry III
                                                                                                                            (GR)                                     4
This Pre-Major is designed for the student who plans to transfer
                                                                                                         +* PHY 2049C       General Physics with Calculus II        4
to a Florida public university as a junior to complete a four-year
                                                                                                            Elective(s)                                              4
bachelor’s degree in Mathematics. Students who plan to transfer to
a limited access program are responsible for completing the specific                                                         Total Credits                           21
requirements of the institution to which they will transfer as                                                              Total Degree Credits                    60
completion of this Pre-Major does not guarantee admission
to an upper division limited access program. Although this                                               NOTES: Recommended electives include: prerequisites necessary
Pre-Major is the best preparation for transfer in this major, students                                   for the listed course requirements, foreign language courses
may be able to earn Valencia’s Associate in Arts Degree: General                                         necessary to satisfy Valencia’s and the university’s foreign language
Studies and still be prepared for transfer in this major.                                                proficiency requirement(s), SLS 1122 Student Success, *STA 2023
                                                                                                         Statistical Methods, MAP 2302 Differential Equations, *MHF 2300
All degree-seeking students must satisfy entry testing requirements                                      Logic and Proof in Mathematics, MTB 1304 Modern Computational
and satisfactorily complete all Mandatory Courses in reading,                                            Methods and ECO 2013 Principles of Economics-Macro, and an
student success, mathematics, English and English for Academic                                           applicable Internship. The electives do not necessarily need to be
Purposes in which the student is placed. Students must complete                                          taken in three-credit courses.
all prerequisites for the listed course requirements and Valencia’s
foreign language proficiency requirement. Courses meeting the                                             Pre-Major: Philosophy
preceding requirements may be in addition to the 60 credits listed.
                                                                                                         Associate in Arts Degree
The courses do not have to be taken in the order listed; the sequence                                    This Pre-Major is designed for the student who plans to transfer
suggested is based upon prerequisites and level of course difficulty                                      to a Florida public university as a junior to complete a four-year
for most students.                                                                                       bachelor’s degree in Philosophy. Students who plan to transfer to a
                                                                                                         limited access program are responsible for completing the specific
FOUNDATION COURSES                                                                                       requirements of the institution to which they will transfer as
                                                                                                         completion of this Pre-Major does not guarantee admission
     Course              Title                                                 Credits         Code
                                                                                                         to an upper division limited access program. Although this
+* ENC 1101              Freshman Composition I (GR)                             3       ENC1, COMM,
                                                                                                         Pre-Major is the best preparation for transfer in this major, students
                                                                                               GREG
                                                                                                         may be able to earn Valencia’s Associate in Arts Degree: General
   Humanities            (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)                           3            HUMN
                                                                                                         Studies and still be prepared for transfer in this major.
   POS 2041              U.S. Government                                         3              POS
+* BSC 1010C             Fundamentals of Biology I                                                       All degree-seeking students must satisfy entry testing requirements
                             or                                                                          and satisfactorily complete all Mandatory Courses in reading,
+* CHM 1045C             General Chemistry with Qualitative                                              student success, mathematics, English and English for Academic
                         Analysis I                                              4                       Purposes in which the student is placed. Students must complete
                                                                                                         all prerequisites for the listed course requirements and Valencia’s
Specialized courses may not be offered every session or on every campus.
+     This course must be completed with a grade of C or better.
*     This course has a prerequisite; check description in Valencia catalog.
(GR) Denotes a Gordon Rule course.
Code Denotes course attribute if needed for degree audits.


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foreign language proficiency requirement. Courses meeting the                                             Pre-Major: Political Science and
preceding requirements may be in addition to the 60 credits listed.
                                                                                                         Government
The courses do not have to be taken in the order listed; the sequence                                    Associate in Arts Degree
suggested is based upon prerequisites and level of course difficulty
for most students.                                                                                       This Pre-Major is designed for the student who plans to transfer
                                                                                                         to a Florida public university as a junior to complete a four-year
                                                                                                         bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Government. Students
FOUNDATION COURSES
                                                                                                         who plan to transfer to a limited access program are responsible for
     Course              Title                                                 Credits         Code      completing the specific requirements of the institution to which they
+* ENC 1101              Freshman Composition I (GR)                             3       ENC1, COMM,     will transfer as completion of this Pre-Major does not guarantee
                                                                                               GREG      admission to an upper division limited access program.
+* Mathematics           (GR)                                                    3       GRMT, GRQN      Although this Pre-Major is the best preparation for transfer in this
   HUM 1020              Introduction to Humanities                              3                       major, students may be able to earn Valencia’s Associate in Arts
                                                                                                         Degree: General Studies and still be prepared for transfer in this
                                                                                                         major.
     POS 2041            U.S. Government                                         3              POS
     SPC 1600            Fundamentals of Speech                                  3        COMM, SPC
                                                                                                         All degree-seeking students must satisfy entry testing requirements
     Elective(s)                                                                 3                       and satisfactorily complete all Mandatory Courses in reading,
                         Total Credits                                           18                      student success, mathematics, English and English for Academic
                                                                                                         Purposes in which the student is placed. Students must complete
INTERMEDIATE COURSES                                                                                     all prerequisites for the listed course requirements and Valencia’s
                                                                                                         foreign language proficiency requirement. Courses meeting the
     Course              Title                                                 Credits         Code
+* ENC 1102              Freshman Composition II (GR)                            3       ENC2, COMM,     preceding requirements may be in addition to the 60 credits listed.
                                                                                               GREG
+* Mathematics           (GR)                                                     3      GRMT, GRQN
                                                                                                         The courses do not have to be taken in the order listed; the sequence
                                                                                                         suggested is based upon prerequisites and level of course difficulty
   Science               (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)                           3             AASC
                                                                                                         for most students.
+* Humanities            HUM Prefix (GR)                                          3       HUMH, GRHM
   Social Science        (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)                           3             AASS
                                                                                                         FOUNDATION COURSES
   PHI 2010              Philosophy                                              3
   Elective(s)                                                                   3                           Course       Title                              Credits         Code

                         Total Credits                                           21                      +* ENC 1101      Freshman Composition I (GR)          3       ENC1, COMM,
                                                                                                                                                                             GREG
ADVANCED COURSES                                                                                         +* Mathematics   (GR)                                 3       GRMT, GRQN
                                                                                                            Humanities    (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)        3            HUMN
     Course              Title                                                 Credits         Code
+* Humanities            (GR)                                                    3       GRHM, HUMN
                                                                                                         + POS 2041       U.S. Government                      3              POS

   Science               (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)                           3             AASC
                                                                                                            SPC 1600      Fundamentals of Speech               3        COMM, SPC

   REL 2000              Understanding Religious Traditions                      3                          GEA 1000      World Geography                      3
   PHI 2600              Ethics and Critical Thinking                            3
                                                                                                                          1
                                                                                                                            Basic Foreign Language
   Elective(s)                                                                   3                                            or
   Elective(s)                                                                   3                                        Elective                              3
   Elective(s)                                                                   3                                        Total Credits                        21
                         Total Credits                                           21
                         Total Degree Credits                                    60                      INTERMEDIATE COURSES

                                                                                                             Course       Title                              Credits         Code
NOTES: Recommended electives include: prerequisites necessary                                            +* ENC 1102      Freshman Composition II (GR)         3       ENC2, COMM,
for the listed course requirements, foreign language courses                                                                                                                 GREG
necessary to satisfy Valencia’s and the university’s foreign language
                                                                                                            AMH 2010      U. S. History to 1877                3
proficiency requirement(s), SLS 1122 Student Success, PHI 1100
                                                                                                         +* STA 2023      Statistical Methods (GR)             3
Practical Logic, *MHF 2300 Logic and Proof in Mathematics, SLS
1301 Career Development and an applicable Internship. The                                                   Science       (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)        3             AASC

electives do not necessarily need to be taken in three-credit courses.                                   +* Humanities    HUM Prefix (GR)                       3       HUMH, GRHM
                                                                                                            SYG 2000      Introductory Sociology               3
                                                                                                                          1
                                                                                                                            Elementary Foreign Language I
                                                                                                                               or
                                                                                                                          Elective                              3
                                                                                                                          Total Credits                        21


Specialized courses may not be offered every session or on every campus.
+     This course must be completed with a grade of C or better.
*     This course has a prerequisite; check description in Valencia catalog.
(GR) Denotes a Gordon Rule course.
Code Denotes course attribute if needed for degree audits.                                                                                                                continued

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ADVANCED COURSES                                                                                     +* Mathematics    (GR)                                   3      GRMT, GRQN
                                                                                                        SPC 1600       Fundamentals of Speech                 3       COMM, SPC
    Course               Title                                             Credits         Code
   ECO 2013              Principles of Economics – Macro                       3                        POS 2041       U.S. Government                       3              POS

+* INR 2002              International Politics (GR)                           3          GRHM
                                                                                                        Humanities     (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)          3           HUMN

   Science               (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)                         3           AASC
                                                                                                        Elective(s)                                           3
   AMH 2020              U. S. History 1877 to Present                         3                                       Total Credits                         22
+* EUH 2001              Western Civilization 1750 to Present (GR)             3          GRHM
                         1
                           Elementary Foreign Language II                                            INTERMEDIATE COURSES
                              or                                                                         Course        Title                               Credits         Code
                         Elective                                               3                    +* ENC 1102       Freshman Composition II (GR)          3       ENC2, COMM,
                         Total Credits                                         18                                                                                          GREG
                         Total Degree Credits                                  60                    +* POR 1121       Elementary Portuguese II               4
                                                                                                     +* Mathematics    (GR)                                   3      GRMT, GRQN
NOTES:                                                                                                  Science        (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)          3            AASC
1
  Valencia’s foreign language proficiency requirement must be met                                        SPC 1700       Cross Cultural Communication           3
and most universities require political science majors to complete a                                 +* Humanities     HUM Prefix (GR)                         3      HUMH, GRHM
college-level foreign language sequence through Elementary Foreign
                                                                                                        Elective(s)                                           3
Language II. Students who meet the foreign language proficiency
                                                                                                                       Total Credits                         22
requirement in less than a nine-credit sequence may substitute
elective courses such as prerequisites necessary for the listed course
requirements, ECO 2023 Principles of Economics-Micro, PHI 2600                                       ADVANCED COURSES
Ethics and Critical Thinking or other behavioral and social science                                      Course        Title                               Credits         Code
courses. The electives do not necessarily need to be taken in three-                                    Science        (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)         3             AASC
credit courses.                                                                                      +* Humanities     (GR)                                   3      GRHM, HUMN
                                                                                                        Social Science (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)         3             AASC

Pre-Major: Portuguese                                                                                   Elective(s)                                          4
                                                                                                        Elective(s)                                           3
Associate in Arts Degree
                                                                                                                       Total Credits                         16
This Pre-Major is designed for the student who plans to transfer                                                       Total Degree Credits                  60
to a Florida public university as a junior to complete a four-year
bachelor’s degree in Portuguese. Students who plan to transfer to a                                  NOTES: Recommended electives include: prerequisites necessary
limited access program are responsible for completing the specific                                    for the listed course requirements and SLS 1122 Student Success.
requirements of the institution to which they will transfer as                                       The electives do not necessarily need to be taken in three-credit
completion of this Pre-Major does not guarantee admission                                            courses.
to an upper division limited access program. Although this
Pre-Major is the best preparation for transfer in this major, students
may be able to earn Valencia’s Associate in Arts Degree: General                                     Pre-Major: Psychology
Studies and still be prepared for transfer in this major.                                            Associate in Arts Degree

All degree-seeking students must satisfy entry testing requirements                                  This Pre-Major is designed for the student who plans to transfer
and satisfactorily complete all Mandatory Courses in reading,                                        to a Florida public university as a junior to complete a four-year
student success, mathematics, English and English for Academic                                       bachelor’s degree in Psychology. Students who plan to transfer to a
Purposes in which the student is placed. Students must complete                                      limited access program are responsible for completing the specific
all prerequisites for the listed course requirements and Valencia’s                                  requirements of the institution to which they will transfer as
foreign language proficiency requirement. Courses meeting the                                         completion of this Pre-Major does not guarantee admission
                                                                                                     to an upper division limited access program. Although this
preceding requirements may be in addition to the 60 credits listed.
                                                                                                     Pre-Major is the best preparation for transfer in this major, students
                                                                                                     may be able to earn Valencia’s Associate in Arts Degree: General
The courses do not have to be taken in the order listed; the sequence                                Studies and still be prepared for transfer in this major.
suggested is based upon prerequisites and level of course difficulty
for most students.
                                                                                                     All degree-seeking students must satisfy entry testing requirements
                                                                                                     and satisfactorily complete all Mandatory Courses in reading,
FOUNDATION COURSES
                                                                                                     student success, mathematics, English and English for Academic
    Course               Title                                             Credits         Code      Purposes in which the student is placed. Students must complete
+* ENC 1101              Freshman Composition I (GR)                           3     ENC1, COMM,     all prerequisites for the listed course requirements and Valencia’s
                                                                                           GREG      foreign language proficiency requirement. Courses meeting the
+* POR 1120              Elementary Portuguese I                               4                     preceding requirements may be in addition to the 60 credits listed.

Specialized courses may not be offered every session or on every campus.                             The courses do not have to be taken in the order listed; the sequence
+     This course must be completed with a grade of C or better.                                     suggested is based upon prerequisites and level of course difficulty
*     This course has a prerequisite; check description in Valencia catalog.
(GR) Denotes a Gordon Rule course.                                                                   for most students.
Code Denotes course attribute if needed for degree audits.


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FOUNDATION COURSES                                                                                       Degree: General Studies and still be prepared for transfer in this
                                                                                                         major.
     Course              Title                                                 Credits         Code
+* ENC 1101              Freshman Composition I (GR)                             3       ENC1, COMM,
                                                                                                         All degree-seeking students must satisfy entry testing requirements
                                                                                               GREG
                                                                                                         and satisfactorily complete all Mandatory Courses in reading,
+* Mathematics           (GR)                                                     3      GRMT, GRQN
                                                                                                         student success, mathematics, English and English for Academic
   Humanities            (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)                           3            HUMN
                                                                                                         Purposes in which the student is placed. Students must complete
   POS 2041              U.S. Government                                         3              POS
                                                                                                         all prerequisites for the listed course requirements and Valencia’s
   SPC 1600              Fundamentals of Speech                                  3        COMM, SPC
                                                                                                         foreign language proficiency requirement. Courses meeting the
+ PSY 1012               General Psychology                                      3                       preceding requirements may be in addition to the 60 credits listed.
   Elective(s)                                                                    3
                         Total Credits                                           21                      The courses do not have to be taken in the order listed; the sequence
                                                                                                         suggested is based upon prerequisites and level of course difficulty
INTERMEDIATE COURSES                                                                                     for most students.
     Course              Title                                                 Credits         Code
+* ENC 1102              Freshman Composition II (GR)                            3       ENC2, COMM,
                                                                                                         FOUNDATION COURSES
                                                                                               GREG          Course        Title                               Credits         Code
+* STA 2023              Statistical Methods (GR)                                3                       +* ENC 1101       Freshman Composition I (GR)           3       ENC1, COMM,
+ BSC 1010C              Fundamentals of Biology I                               4                                                                                             GREG
+* Humanities            HUM Prefix (GR)                                          3       HUMH, GRHM      +* Mathematics    (GR)                                  3       GRMT, GRQN
   Elective(s)                                                                   3                          SPC 1600       Fundamentals of Speech                3        COMM, SPC
   Elective(s)                                                                   3                       + CGS 1060        Introduction to Computers
                         Total Credits                                           19                                            or
                                                                                                         + CGS 2100        Computer Fundamentals and
ADVANCED COURSES                                                                                                           Applications                          3
                                                                                                             Humanities    (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)         3            HUMN
     Course              Title                                                 Credits         Code
+* Humanities            (GR)                                                    3       HUMN, GRHM
                                                                                                             Elective(s)                                          3
   Science               (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)                           3             AASC
                                                                                                                           Total Credits                         18
+* DEP 2004              Developmental Psychology                                3                       INTERMEDIATE COURSES
   Elective(s)                                                                   3
   Elective(s)                                                                   3                           Course        Title                               Credits         Code

   Elective(s)                                                                   3                       +* ENC 1102       Freshman Composition II (GR)          3       ENC2, COMM,
                                                                                                                                                                               GREG
   Elective(s)                                                                    2
                                                                                                         + POS 2041        U.S. Government                       3              POS
                         Total Credits                                           20
                                                                                                         +* Mathematics     (GR)                                 3
                         Total Degree Credits                                    60
                                                                                                            Science        (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)         3             AASC
                                                                                                            POS 2112       State and Local Government
NOTES: Recommended electives include: prerequisites necessary
                                                                                                                              or
for the listed course requirements, foreign language courses
necessary to satisfy Valencia’s and the university’s foreign language                                    +* INR 2002       International Politics (GR)           3            GRHM

proficiency requirement(s), SLS 1122 Student Success, SLS 1301                                               Elective(s)                                          3
Career Development and Psychology courses from the course                                                   Elective(s)                                           3
descriptions section of the catalog. The electives do not necessarily                                                      Total Credits                         21
need to be taken in three-credit courses.
                                                                                                         ADVANCED COURSES

Pre-Major: Public Administration                                                                             Course        Title                               Credits         Code

Associate in Arts Degree                                                                                     PSY 1012      General Psychology
                                                                                                                              or
This Pre-Major is designed for the student who plans to transfer                                             SYG 2000      Introductory Sociology                3
to a Florida public university as a junior to complete a four-year                                           Science       (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)         3             AASC
bachelor’s degree in Public Administration. Students who plan to                                         + * Humanities    (GR)                                   3
transfer to a limited access program are responsible for completing                                      + ECO 2013        Principles of Economics-Macro         3
the specific requirements of the institution to which they will                                           + * Humanities    HUM Prefix (GR)                        3       HUMH, GRHM
transfer as completion of this Pre-Major does not guarantee                                                  Elective(s)                                         3
admission to an upper division limited access program.
                                                                                                             Elective(s)                                          3
Although this Pre-Major is the best preparation for transfer in this
                                                                                                                           Total Credits                         21
major, students may be able to earn Valencia’s Associate in Arts
                                                                                                                           Total Degree Credits                  60
Specialized courses may not be offered every session or on every campus.
+     This course must be completed with a grade of C or better.
*     This course has a prerequisite; check description in Valencia catalog.
(GR) Denotes a Gordon Rule course.
Code Denotes course attribute if needed for degree audits.


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NOTES:                                                                                                     POS 2041          U.S. Government                         3              POS
Recommended electives include: prerequisites necessary for the                                           + SPC 1600          Fundamentals of Speech                   3       COMM, SPC
listed course requirements, foreign language courses necessary to                                          Elective(s)                                                3
satisfy Valencia’s and the university’s foreign language proficiency                                                          Total Credits                           18
requirement(s), SLS 1122 Student Success, AMH 2020 U. S. History
1877 to Present and an applicable internship. The electives do not
                                                                                                         INTERMEDIATE COURSES
necessarily need to be taken in three-credit courses.
                                                                                                             Course          Title                                 Credits         Code
PHI 2600 Ethics and Critical Thinking is recommended for the                                             +* ENC 1102         Freshman Composition II (GR)            3       ENC2, COMM,
non-Gordon Rule (GR) Humanities requirement and STA 2023                                                                                                                           GREG
Statistical Methods is recommended for a Gordon Rule (GR)                                                +* STA 2023         Statistical Methods (GR)                3
Mathematics requirement.                                                                                    Science          (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)           3             AASC
                                                                                                         +* Humanities       HUM Prefix (GR)                          3       HUMH, GRHM
Certified Fire Officers with documentation of passing the recognized                                          Social Science   (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)           3             AASS
Fire Officer I or Fire Inspector I State of Florida Certification Exam
                                                                                                            SPC 1700         Cross Cultural Communication            3
approved by the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training and
                                                                                                            SPC 1016         Informal Communication
completing the Fire Officer program at Orange County Mid-Florida
Tech Center or TECO (Technical Education Center Osceola) may be                                                                  or
eligible for the award of credit toward this program. For information                                    * ENC 1210          Technical Communication                  3
and requirements, visit the Valencia Web site www.valenciacc.edu.                                                            Total Credits                           21
Eligible students should contact the Dean of Social Sciences on any
Valencia campus for the review and award of credit.                                                      ADVANCED COURSES
                                                                                                             Course          Title                                 Credits         Code

Pre-Major: Public Relations/                                                                             +* Humanities       (GR)                                    3       GRHM, HUMN
                                                                                                            Science          (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)           3             AASC
Organizational Communication                                                                                INP 1301         Psychology in Business and Industry     3
Associate in Arts Degree                                                                                    MMC 2100         Writing for Mass Communications         3
                                                                                                            Elective(s)                                              3
This Pre-Major is designed for the student who plans to transfer
                                                                                                            Elective(s)                                               3
to a Florida public university as a junior to complete a four-year
bachelor’s degree in Public Relations/Organizational                                                        Elective(s)                                               3
Communication. Students who plan to transfer to a limited access                                                             Total Credits                           21
program are responsible for completing the specific requirements of                                                           Total Degree Credits                    60
the institution to which they will transfer as completion of this
Pre-Major does not guarantee admission to an upper division                                              NOTES: Recommended electives include: prerequisites necessary
limited access program. Although this Pre-Major is the best                                              for the listed course requirements, foreign language courses
preparation for transfer in this major, students may be able to earn                                     necessary to satisfy Valencia’s and the university’s foreign language
Valencia’s Associate in Arts Degree: General Studies and still be                                        proficiency requirement(s), SLS 1122 Student Success, JOU 1100
prepared for transfer in this major.                                                                     News Reporting, SYG 2000 Introductory Sociology, PSY 1012
                                                                                                         General Psychology, *STA 2023 Statistical Methods and an
All degree-seeking students must satisfy entry testing requirements                                      applicable Internship(s). The electives do not necessarily need to be
and satisfactorily complete all Mandatory Courses in reading,                                            taken in three-credit courses.
student success, mathematics, English and English for Academic
Purposes in which the student is placed. Students must complete
all prerequisites for the listed course requirements and Valencia’s
                                                                                                         Pre-Major: Radiologic Sciences
foreign language proficiency requirement. Courses meeting the                                             Associate in Arts Degree
preceding requirements may be in addition to the 60 credits listed.
                                                                                                         This Pre-Major is designed for the student who plans to transfer to
                                                                                                         a Florida public university as a junior to complete a four-year
The courses do not have to be taken in the order listed; the sequence                                    bachelor’s degree in Radiologic Sciences. Students who plan to
suggested is based upon prerequisites and level of course difficulty                                      transfer to a limited access program are responsible for completing
for most students.                                                                                       the specific requirements of the institution to which they will
                                                                                                         transfer as completion of this Pre-Major does not guarantee
FOUNDATION COURSES                                                                                       admission to an upper division limited access program.
                                                                                                         Although this Pre-Major is the best preparation for transfer in this
     Course              Title                                                 Credits         Code
+* ENC 1101              Freshman Composition I (GR)                             3       ENC1, COMM,
                                                                                                         major, students may be able to earn Valencia’s Associate in Arts
                                                                                                         Degree: General Studies and still be prepared for transfer in this
                                                                                               GREG
                                                                                                         major.
+* Mathematics (GR)                                                              3       GRMT, GRQN
   Humanities    (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)                                   3            HUMN
                                                                                                         All degree-seeking students must satisfy entry testing requirements
                                                                                                         and satisfactorily complete all Mandatory Courses in reading,
Specialized courses may not be offered every session or on every campus.
+     This course must be completed with a grade of C or better.                                         student success, mathematics, English and English for Academic
*     This course has a prerequisite; check description in Valencia catalog.                             Purposes in which the student is placed. Students must complete
(GR) Denotes a Gordon Rule course.
Code Denotes course attribute if needed for degree audits.


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all prerequisites for the listed course requirements and Valencia’s                                      Pre-Major: Respiratory Care
foreign language proficiency requirement. Courses meeting the                                             Associate in Arts Degree
preceding requirements may be in addition to the 60 credits listed.
                                                                                                         This Pre-Major is designed for the student who plans to transfer to
The courses do not have to be taken in the order listed; the sequence                                    a Florida public university as a junior to complete a four-year
suggested is based upon prerequisites and level of course difficulty                                      bachelor’s degree in Cardiopulmonary Sciences (Respiratory Care).
for most students.                                                                                       Students who plan to transfer to a limited access program are
                                                                                                         responsible for completing the specific requirements of the
FOUNDATION COURSES                                                                                       institution to which they will transfer as completion of this
                                                                                                         Pre-Major does not guarantee admission to an upper division
     Course              Title                                                 Credits         Code
                                                                                                         limited access program. Although this Pre-Major is the best
+* ENC 1101              Freshman Composition I (GR)                             3       ENC1, COMM,
                                                                                                         preparation for transfer in this major, students may be able to earn
                                                                                               GREG
                                                                                                         Valencia’s Associate in Arts Degree: General Studies and still be
+* MAC 1105              College Algebra (GR)                                     3                      prepared for transfer in this major.
+ BSC 1010C              Fundamentals of Biology I                                4
   Humanities            (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)                            3           HUMN       All degree-seeking students must satisfy entry testing requirements
   POS 2041              U.S. Government                                         3              POS      and satisfactorily complete all Mandatory Courses in reading,
   PSY 1012              General Psychology                                      3                       student success, mathematics, English and English for Academic
                         Total Credits                                           19                      Purposes in which the student is placed. Students must complete
                                                                                                         all prerequisites for the listed course requirements and Valencia’s
INTERMEDIATE COURSES                                                                                     foreign language proficiency requirement. Courses meeting the
                                                                                                         preceding requirements may be in addition to the 60 credits listed.
     Course              Title                                                 Credits         Code
+* ENC 1102              Freshman Composition II (GR)                            3       ENC2, COMM,
                                                                                               GREG
                                                                                                         The courses do not have to be taken in the order listed; the
                                                                                                         sequence suggested is based upon prerequisites and level of course
+* STA 2023              Statistical Methods (GR)                                3
                                                                                                         difficulty for most students.
+* BSC 2093C             Human Anatomy and Physiology I                          4
+ CGS 2100               Computer Fundamentals and
                                                                                                         FOUNDATION COURSES
                         Applications
                             or                                                                               Course         Title                                Credits         Code

+ CGS 1060               Introduction to Computers                                3                      +* ENC 1101         Freshman Composition I (GR)            3       ENC1, COMM,

   SPC 1600              Fundamentals of Speech                                   3       COMM, SPC                                                                               GREG

+* PHY 1053C             Introductory Physics I                                   4                      +* MAC              Mathematics (GR)                       3             GRMT

                         Total Credits                                           20                      + BSC 1010C         Fundamentals of Biology I              4
                                                                                                            Humanities       (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)          3            HUMN

ADVANCED COURSES                                                                                         +* CHM 1045C        General Chemistry with Qualitative
                                                                                                                             Analysis I                              4
     Course              Title                                                 Credits         Code
                                                                                                              POS 2041       U.S. Government                         3             POS
+*   Humanities          HUM Prefix (GR)                                          3       HUMH, GRHM
                                                                                                                             Total Credits                          20
+*   PHY 1054C           Introductory Physics II                                 4
+*   BSC 2094C           Human Anatomy and Physiology II                          4
                                                                                                         INTERMEDIATE COURSES
+*   Humanities          (GR)                                                     3      GRHM, HUMN
     Elective(s)                                                                 4                            Course         Title                                Credits         Code

     Elective(s)                                                                  3                      +* ENC 1102         Freshman Composition II (GR)           3       ENC2, COMM,

                         Total Credits                                           21                                                                                               GREG

                         Total Degree Credits                                    60                      +* STA 2023         Statistical Methods (GR)                3
                                                                                                            Social Science   (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)           3            AASS

NOTES: Recommended electives include: prerequisites necessary                                            +* Humanities       HUM Prefix (GR)                          3      HUMH, GRHM

for the listed course requirements, foreign language courses                                             +* BSC 2093C        Human Anatomy and Physiology I          4
necessary to satisfy Valencia’s and the university’s foreign language                                       SPC 1600         Fundamentals of Speech                  3       COMM, SPC
proficiency requirement(s), SLS 1122 Student Success, and HSC                                                                 Total Credits                          19
1531 Medical Terminology. The electives do not necessarily need to
be taken in three-credit courses.                                                                        ADVANCED COURSES
                                                                                                              Course         Title                                Credits         Code
                                                                                                         +*   BSC 2094C      Human Anatomy and Physiology II        4
                                                                                                         +*   Humanities     (GR)                                    3      HUMN, GRHM
                                                                                                         +*   PHY 1007C      Physics                                4
                                                                                                         +*   MCB 2010C      Microbiology                           4
Specialized courses may not be offered every session or on every campus.                                      Elective(s)                                            3
+     This course must be completed with a grade of C or better.                                              Elective(s)                                            3
*     This course has a prerequisite; check description in Valencia catalog.
(GR) Denotes a Gordon Rule course.                                                                                           Total Credits                          21
Code Denotes course attribute if needed for degree audits.
                                                                                                                             Total Degree Credits                   60
                                                                                                       121
NOTES: Recommended electives include: prerequisites necessary                                            +*      Humanities       HUM Prefix (GR)                           3      HUMH, GRHM
for the listed course requirements, foreign language courses                                              *      SPA 2614         American Sign Language III               4
necessary to satisfy Valencia’s and the university’s foreign language                                     *      SPA 2667         Interactive Interpreting I               3
proficiency requirement(s), SLS 1122 Student Success and *HSC                                              *      SPA 2667L        Interactive Interpreting I Lab           1
2941 Internship Exploration. The electives do not necessarily need to                                                             Total Credits                           20
be taken in three-credit courses.
                                                                                                         ADVANCED COURSES
Pre-Major: Sign Language                                                                                         Course           Title                                 Credits         Code
Interpretation                                                                                                   Science          (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)           3             AASC

Associate in Arts Degree                                                                                     *   SPA 2611         Structure of American Sign Language     3
                                                                                                             *   SPA 2615         American Sign Language IV               4
This Pre-Major is designed for the student who plans to transfer to                                              Social Science   (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)           3             AASS
a Florida public university as a junior to complete a four-year                                          +*      Humanities       (GR)                                    3       GRHM, HUMN
bachelor’s degree in Sign Language Interpretation. Students who                                          *       SPA 2668         Interactive Interpreting II
plan to transfer to a limited access program are responsible for                                                                  with Transliterating                    3
completing the specific requirements of the institution to which they
                                                                                                         * SPA 2668L              Interactive Interpreting II Lab
will transfer as completion of this Pre-Major does not guarantee
                                                                                                                                  with Transliterating                     1
admission to an upper division limited access program.
Although this Pre-Major is the best preparation for transfer in this                                                              Total Credits                           20
major, students may be able to earn Valencia’s Associate in Arts                                                                  Total Degree Credits                    60
Degree: General Studies and still be prepared for transfer in this
major.                                                                                                   NOTE:
                                                                                                         American Sign Language cannot be used to fulfill the foreign
All degree-seeking students must satisfy entry testing requirements                                      language graduation requirement at many universities. Students are
and satisfactorily complete all Mandatory Courses in reading,                                            responsible for verifying acceptability at the institution to which they
student success, mathematics, English and English for Academic                                           plan to transfer.
Purposes in which the student is placed. Students must complete
all prerequisites for the listed course requirements and Valencia’s
foreign language proficiency requirement. Courses meeting the
                                                                                                         Pre-Major: Social Sciences
preceding requirements may be in addition to the 60 credits listed.
                                                                                                         Associate in Arts Degree

                                                                                                         This Pre-Major is designed for the student who plans to transfer to
The courses do not have to be taken in the order listed; the                                             a Florida public university as a junior to complete a four-year
sequence suggested is based upon prerequisites and level of course                                       bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences. Students who plan to transfer
difficulty for most students.                                                                             to a limited access program are responsible for completing the
                                                                                                         specific requirements of the institution to which they will transfer
FOUNDATION COURSES                                                                                       as completion of this Pre-Major does not guarantee admission
                                                                                                         to an upper division limited access program. Although this
     Course              Title                                                 Credits         Code
+* ENC 1101              Freshman Composition I (GR)                             3       ENC1, COMM,
                                                                                                         Pre-Major is the best preparation for transfer in this major, students
                                                                                                         may be able to earn Valencia’s Associate in Arts Degree: General
                                                                                               GREG
                                                                                                         Studies and still be prepared for transfer in this major.
+* Mathematics           (GR)                                                    3       GRMT, GRQN
   SPC 1600              Fundamentals of Speech                                  3        COMM, SPC
                                                                                                         All degree-seeking students must satisfy entry testing requirements
 * SPA 2626              Fingerspelling                                          2                       and satisfactorily complete all Mandatory Courses in reading,
   POS 2041              U.S. Government                                         3              POS
                                                                                                         student success, mathematics, English and English for Academic
   Humanities            (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)                           3            HUMN
                                                                                                         Purposes in which the student is placed. Students must complete
   SPA 2659              Introduction to Ethics of Interpreting                   3                      all prerequisites for the listed course requirements and Valencia’s
                         Total Credits                                           20                      foreign language proficiency requirement. Courses meeting the
                                                                                                         preceding requirements may be in addition to the 60 credits listed.
INTERMEDIATE COURSES

     Course              Title                                                 Credits         Code
                                                                                                         The courses do not have to be taken in the order listed; the
+* ENC 1102              Freshman Composition II (GR)                            3       ENC2, COMM,
                                                                                                         sequence suggested is based upon prerequisites and level of course
                                                                                               GREG
                                                                                                         difficulty for most students.
+* Mathematics           (GR)                                                    3       GRMT, GRQN
   Science               (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)                           3             AASC




Specialized courses may not be offered every session or on every campus.
+     This course must be completed with a grade of C or better.
*     This course has a prerequisite; check description in Valencia catalog.
(GR) Denotes a Gordon Rule course.
Code Denotes course attribute if needed for degree audits.


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FOUNDATION COURSES                                                                                   Pre-Major: Sociology
    Course               Title                                             Credits         Code      Associate in Arts Degree
+* ENC 1101              Freshman Composition I (GR)                           3     ENC1, COMM,
                                                                                           GREG
                                                                                                     This Pre-Major is designed for the student who plans to transfer to
                                                                                                     a Florida public university as a junior to complete a four-year
+* Mathematics           (GR)                                                   3    GRMT, GRQN
                                                                                                     bachelor’s degree in Sociology. Students who plan to transfer to a
   Humanities            (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)                         3          HUMN
                                                                                                     limited access program are responsible for completing the specific
+ POS 2041               U.S. Government                                        3           POS
                                                                                                     requirements of the institution to which they will transfer as
   SPC 1600              Fundamentals of Speech                                3      COMM, SPC
                                                                                                     completion of this Pre-Major does not guarantee admission
   Elective(s)                                                                 3                     to an upper division limited access program. Although this
                         Total Credits                                         18                    Pre-Major is the best preparation for transfer in this major, students
                                                                                                     may be able to earn Valencia’s Associate in Arts Degree: General
INTERMEDIATE COURSES                                                                                 Studies and still be prepared for transfer in this major.

    Course               Title                                             Credits         Code
                                                                                                     All degree-seeking students must satisfy entry testing requirements
+* ENC 1102              Freshman Composition II (GR)                          3     ENC2, COMM,
                                                                                                     and satisfactorily complete all Mandatory Courses in reading,
                                                                                           GREG
                                                                                                     student success, mathematics, English and English for Academic
+* STA 2023              Statistical Methods (GR)                              3                     Purposes in which the student is placed. Students must complete
   Science               (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)                          3          AASC
                                                                                                     all prerequisites for the listed course requirements and Valencia’s
+* Humanities            HUM Prefix (GR)                                        3     HUMH, GRHM
                                                                                                     foreign language proficiency requirement. Courses meeting the
   PSY 1012              General Psychology                                    3                     preceding requirements may be in addition to the 60 credits listed.
   SYG 2000              Introductory Sociology                                3
   Elective(s)                                                                 3                     The courses do not have to be taken in the order listed; the
                         Total Credits                                         21                    sequence suggested is based upon prerequisites and level of course
                                                                                                     difficulty for most students.
ADVANCED COURSES
                                                                                                     FOUNDATION COURSES
    Course               Title                                             Credits         Code
+* INR 2002              International Politics (GR)                           3          GRHM           Course       Title                               Credits         Code
   Science               (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)                         3           AASC      +* ENC 1101      Freshman Composition I (GR)            3      ENC1, COMM,
   ANT 2000              Introductory Anthropology                             3                                                                                          GREG
   ECO 2013              Principles of Economics – Macro                       3                     +* Mathematics   (GR)                                   3      GRMT, GRQN
   Elective(s)                                                                 3                        Humanities    (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)          3           HUMN
   Elective(s)                                                                 3                        POS 2041      U.S. Government                       3              POS
   Elective(s)                                                                 3                        SPC 1600      Fundamentals of Speech                 3       COMM, SPC
                         Total Credits                                         21                    + SYG 2000       Introductory Sociology                3
                         Total Degree Credits                                  60                       Elective(s)                                          3
                                                                                                                      Total Credits                         21
NOTES: Recommended electives include: prerequisites necessary
for the listed course requirements, foreign language courses                                         INTERMEDIATE COURSES
necessary to satisfy Valencia’s and the university’s foreign language
proficiency requirement(s), SLS 1122 Student Success, SLS 1301                                            Course       Title                               Credits         Code

Career Development, ECO 2023 Principles of Economics-Micro,                                          +* ENC 1102      Freshman Composition II (GR)           3      ENC2, COMM,

POS 2112 State and Local Government, an applicable Internship(s)                                                                                                          GREG

and Psychology, Sociology, and History courses from the course                                       +* STA 2023      Statistical Methods (GR)              3
descriptions section of the catalog. The electives do not necessarily                                +* Humanities    HUM Prefix (GR)                         3      HUMH, GRHM
need to be taken in three-credit courses.                                                               Science       (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)         3             AASC
                                                                                                     + SYG            A Sociology Course                    3
                                                                                                        Elective(s)                                         3
                                                                                                        Elective(s)                                          3
                                                                                                                      Total Credits                         21

                                                                                                     ADVANCED COURSES

                                                                                                         Course       Title                               Credits         Code
                                                                                                     +* Humanities    (GR)                                  3       GRHM, HUMN
                                                                                                        Science       (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)         3             AASC
                                                                                                     + SYG            A Sociology Course                    3
                                                                                                        Elective(s)                                         3
Specialized courses may not be offered every session or on every campus.                                Elective(s)                                          3
+     This course must be completed with a grade of C or better.                                        Elective(s)                                          3
*     This course has a prerequisite; check description in Valencia catalog.
(GR) Denotes a Gordon Rule course.                                                                                    Total Credits                         18
Code Denotes course attribute if needed for degree audits.
                                                                                                                      Total Degree Credits                  60
                                                                                                   123
NOTES: Recommended electives include: prerequisites necessary                                        ADVANCED COURSES
for the listed course requirements, foreign language courses
                                                                                                         Course          Title                                Credits         Code
necessary to satisfy Valencia’s and the university’s foreign language
proficiency requirement(s), SLS 1122 Student Success and Sociology                                       Science          (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)           3            AASC

courses from the course descriptions section of the catalog. The                                     +* Literature       AML, ENL or LIT Prefix (GR)              3           GRHM

electives do not necessarily need to be taken in three-credit courses.                               +* SPN 2201         Intermediate Spanish II                 3
                                                                                                        Social Science   (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)           3            AASS
                                                                                                     +* Humanities       HUM Prefix (GR)                          3      HUMH, GRHM
Pre-Major: Spanish                                                                                      Elective(s)                                              3
Associate in Arts Degree                                                                                                 Total Credits                          18
                                                                                                                         Total Degree Credits                   60
This Pre-Major is designed for the student who plans to transfer to
a Florida public university as a junior to complete a four-year
                                                                                                     NOTES: Recommended electives include: prerequisites necessary
bachelor’s degree in Spanish. Students who plan to transfer to a
                                                                                                     for the listed course requirements, SLS 1122 Student Success and
limited access program are responsible for completing the specific
                                                                                                     *SPN 2941 Internship Exploration. The electives do not necessarily
requirements of the institution to which they will transfer as
                                                                                                     need to be taken in three-credit c
completion of this Pre-Major does not guarantee admission
to an upper division limited access program. Although this
Pre-Major is the best preparation for transfer in this major, students                               Pre-Major: Statistics
may be able to earn Valencia’s Associate in Arts Degree: General                                     Associate in Arts Degree
Studies and still be prepared for transfer in this major.
                                                                                                     This Pre-Major is designed for the student who plans to transfer to
All degree-seeking students must satisfy entry testing requirements                                  a Florida public university as a junior to complete a four-year
and satisfactorily complete all Mandatory Courses in reading,                                        bachelor’s degree in Statistics. Students who plan to transfer to a
student success, mathematics, English and English for Academic                                       limited access program are responsible for completing the specific
Purposes in which the student is placed. Students must complete                                      requirements of the institution to which they will transfer as
all prerequisites for the listed course requirements and Valencia’s                                  completion of this Pre-Major does not guarantee admission
foreign language proficiency requirement. Courses meeting the                                         to an upper division limited access program. Although this
                                                                                                     Pre-Major is the best preparation for transfer in this major, students
preceding requirements may be in addition to the 60 credits listed.
                                                                                                     may be able to earn Valencia’s Associate in Arts Degree: General
                                                                                                     Studies and still be prepared for transfer in this major.
The courses do not have to be taken in the order listed; the
sequence suggested is based upon prerequisites and level of course
                                                                                                     All degree-seeking students must satisfy entry testing requirements
difficulty for most students.
                                                                                                     and satisfactorily complete all Mandatory Courses in reading,
                                                                                                     student success, mathematics, English and English for Academic
FOUNDATION COURSES                                                                                   Purposes in which the student is placed. Students must complete
    Course               Title                                             Credits         Code
                                                                                                     all prerequisites for the listed course requirements and Valencia’s
+* ENC 1101              Freshman Composition I (GR)                           3     ENC1, COMM,
                                                                                                     foreign language proficiency requirement. Courses meeting the
                                                                                           GREG
                                                                                                     preceding requirements may be in addition to the 60 credits listed.
+* SPN 1100              Elementary Spanish I                                  3
                                                                                                     The courses do not have to be taken in the order listed; the
+* Mathematics           (GR)                                                   3    GRMT, GRQN
                                                                                                     sequence suggested is based upon prerequisites and level of course
   SPC 1600              Fundamentals of Speech                                3      COMM, SPC
                                                                                                     difficulty for most students.
   POS 2041              U.S. Government                                       3            POS
   Humanities            (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)                         3          HUMN
                                                                                                     FOUNDATION COURSES
   Elective(s)                                                                 3
                         Total Credits                                         21                        Course          Title                                Credits         Code
                                                                                                     +* ENC 1101         Freshman Composition I (GR)            3       ENC1, COMM,

INTERMEDIATE COURSES                                                                                                                                                          GREG
                                                                                                        Humanities       (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)          3            HUMN
    Course               Title                                             Credits         Code      +* MAC 2311         Calculus with Analytic Geometry I
+* ENC 1102              Freshman Composition II (GR)                          3     ENC2, COMM,
                                                                                                                         (GR)                                   5
                                                                                           GREG
                                                                                                       POS 2041          U.S. Government                        3              POS
+* SPN 1101              Elementary Spanish II                                  3
                                                                                                     + BSC 1010C         Fundamentals of Biology I
+* Mathematics           (GR)                                                   3    GRMT, GRQN
                                                                                                                             or
   Science               (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)                         3           AASC
                                                                                                     +* CHM 1045C        General Chemistry with Qualitative
   SPC 1700              Cross Cultural Communication                           3
                                                                                                                         Analysis I
+* SPN 2200              Intermediate Spanish I                                 3
                                                                                                                             or
+* HUM 2461              Latin American Humanities (GR)                         3         GRHM
                                                                                                     +* PHY 2048C        General Physics with Calculus I        4
                         Total Credits                                         21
                                                                                                        Elective(s)                                              3
Specialized courses may not be offered every session or on every campus.                                                 Total Credits                          21
+     This course must be completed with a grade of C or better.
*     This course has a prerequisite; check description in Valencia catalog.
(GR) Denotes a Gordon Rule course.
Code Denotes course attribute if needed for degree audits.


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INTERMEDIATE COURSES                                                                                 All degree-seeking students must satisfy entry testing requirements
                                                                                                     and satisfactorily complete all Mandatory Courses in reading,
     Course              Title                                             Credits         Code
                                                                                                     student success, mathematics, English and English for Academic
+* ENC 1102              Freshman Composition II (GR)                          3     ENC2, COMM,
                                                                                                     Purposes in which the student is placed. Students must complete
                                                                                           GREG
                                                                                                     all prerequisites for the listed course requirements and Valencia’s
   SPC 1600              Fundamentals of Speech                                3      COMM, SPC      foreign language proficiency requirement. Courses meeting the
+* MAC 2312              Calculus with Analytic Geometry II                                          preceding requirements may be in addition to the 60 credits listed.
                         (GR)                                                  5
+* STA 2023              Statistical Methods (GR)                              3                     The courses do not have to be taken in the order listed; the
+* BSC 1011C             Fundamentals of Biology II                                                  sequence suggested is based upon prerequisites and level of course
                             or                                                                      difficulty for most students.
+* CHM 1046C             General Chemistry w/Qualitative
                         Analysis II                                                                 FOUNDATION COURSES
                             or
                                                                                                         Course          Title                             Credits         Code
+* PHY 2049C             General Physics with Calculus II                      4                     +* ENC 1101         Freshman Composition I (GR)         3       ENC1, COMM,
   Elective(s)                                                                  2                                                                                          GREG
                         Total Credits                                         20                    +* Mathematics      (GR)                                3
                                                                                                        POS 2041         U.S. Government                     3              POS
ADVANCED COURSES                                                                                     + THE 1020          Introduction to Theatre
     Course              Title                                             Credits         Code
                                                                                                                                or
+*   Humanities     HUM Prefix (GR)                                             3     HUMH, GRHM      + THE 1100          Introduction to Theatre History      3
+*   Humanities     (GR)                                                       3     GRHM, HUMN      + TPP 1110          Acting I                             3
+*   COP 2220       C Programming                                              3                     + TPA 1200          Basic Stagecraft                    4
+*   MAC 2313       Calculus with Analytic Geometry III                                                SPC 1600          Fundamentals of Speech               3       COMM, SPC

                    (GR)                                                        4                                        Total Credits                       22
     Social Science (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirements)                              3          AASS
     Elective(s)                                                               3                     INTERMEDIATE COURSES
                    Total Credits                                              19
                                                                                                         Course          Title                             Credits         Code
                    Total Degree Credits                                       60                    +* ENC 1102         Freshman Composition II (GR)        3       ENC2, COMM,
                                                                                                                                                                           GREG
NOTES: Recommended electives include: prerequisites necessary                                        +* Mathematics      (GR)                                 3
for the listed course requirements, foreign language courses
                                                                                                        Science          (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)        3            AASC
necessary to satisfy Valencia’s and the university’s foreign language
                                                                                                        Social Science   (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)        3            AASS
proficiency requirement(s), SLS 1122 Student Success, *MHF 2300
                                                                                                     + TPP 2500          Stage Movement for the Actor       2
Logic and Proof in Mathematics, MTB 1304 Modern Computational
Methods, ECO 2013 Principles of Economics-Macro, and an                                              + TPP 2710          Voice for the Actor                2
applicable Internship. The electives do not necessarily need to be                                   + TPA 2290          Technical Theatre Production         3
taken in three-credit courses.FOUNDATION COURSES                                                     +* TPP 2190         Rehearsal and Peformance I         1
                                                                                                                         Total Credits                      20

Pre-Major: Theatre/Drama/Dramatic                                                                    ADVANCED COURSES
Arts                                                                                                     Course          Title                             Credits         Code
Associate in Arts Degree                                                                             +* Humanities       HUM Prefix (GR)                       3      HUMH, GRHM
                                                                                                        Science          (See A.A. Gen Ed Requirement)        3            AASC
This Pre-Major is designed for the student who plans to transfer to                                  + THE 2304          Script Analysis                      3
a Florida public university as a junior to complete a four-year                                      + TPP 2300          Directing I                          3
bachelor’s degree in Theatre/Drama/Dramatic Arts. Students who
                                                                                                     +* TPP 1111         Acting II                            3
plan to transfer to a limited access program are responsible for
                                                                                                     +* Humanities       (GR)                                 3      GRHM, HUMN
completing the specific requirements of the institution to which they
will transfer as completion of this Pre-Major does not guarantee                                                         Total Credits                       18
admission to an upper division limited access program.                                                                   Total Degree Credits                60
Although this Pre-Major is the best preparation for transfer in this
major, students may be able to earn Valencia’s Associate in Arts                                     NOTES: Recommended electives include: prerequisites necessary
Degree: General Studies and still be prepared for transfer in this                                   for the listed course requirements, foreign language courses
major.                                                                                               necessary to satisfy Valencia’s and the university’s foreign language
                                                                                                     proficiency requirement(s), SLS 1122 Student Success, TPA 1230
                                                                                                     Costume Techniques and Wardrobe Practices, and TPA 1248 Makeup
                                                                                                     for the Stage.
Specialized courses may not be offered every session or on every campus.
+     This course must be completed with a grade of C or better.
*     This course has a prerequisite; check description in Valencia catalog.
(GR) Denotes a Gordon Rule course.
Code Denotes course attribute if needed for degree audits.


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