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					BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION - ACADEMIC PLAN/APPLICATION FOR DIPLOMA OR DEGREE(S)
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Name                                               Student ID#                                                                                                                             SS#




                                                                       Recommended Courses
                                                                                                                                  Diploma                                    Degree                                       AAS = Associate of Applied Science




                                                                                             Semester Scheduled
                                                                                                                                                                                             This Academic Plan/Application for Credentials is designed to aid the student and advisor in




                                                                                                                                                                       Grass/Landscaping
                                                                                                                                                                       AAS - Management
                                                                                                                                                                                           planning the student's academic career at Owensboro Community and Technical College.




                                                                                                                                                    AAS - Accounting




                                                                                                                                                                       AAS - Information
                                                                                                                                                                                           Once the Plan has been completed and signed by both the student and the advisor, the




                                                      Grade Received




                                                                                                                                   Organizational
                                                                                                                                                                                           student is not required to see the advisor each semester prior to enrolling. IF THERE IS A




                                                                                                                                                                       Management



                                                                                                                                                                       Management
                                                                                                                   Credit Hours
                                                                                                                                                                                           CHANGE for the next semester, a meeting with your advisor is MANDATORY. Also, the




                                                                                                                                   Leadership




                                                                                                                                                                       AAS - Turf
                                                                                                                                                                                           student must meet with their advisor before applying for a credential.




                                                                                                                                                                       Systems
                                                                                                                                                                                              The Plan is valid as long as the student stays currently enrolled at Owensboro Community




                                                                                                                                                    Option


                                                                                                                                                                       Option




                                                                                                                                                                       Option



                                                                                                                                                                       Option
                                                                                                                                                                                           and Technical College. "Currently enrolled" is defined by the College System Rules of the
                                                                                                                                                                                           Senate as "if a student does not interrupt work in the program or the college for one semester
                                                                                                                                                                                           (does not include summer session)."
General Education                                                                                                                                                                            All Credentials require the complete prescribed curriculum with a gradepoint average of at
101 ENG Writing I                                                                                                    3                 X                 X              X       X     X    least 2.0(C ).
102 ENG Writing II                                                                                                   3                                   X              X       X     X
                                                                                                                                                                                           EACH TIME THIS PLAN IS CHANGED IT MUST BE SIGNED AND DATED BY BOTH THE
Oral Communications Course                                                                                           3                                   X              X       X     X    STUDENT AND ADVISOR.
Economics Course                                                                                                     3                 X                 X              X       X     X
                                                                                                                                                                                           ONLY THE ORIGINAL OF THIS FORM IS THE VALID PLAN.
Mathematics Course                                                                                                   3                                   X              X       X     X
Heritage/Humanities Course                                                                                           3                                   X              X       X     X
Science Course                                                                                                       3                                   X              X       X     X
100 CIS Introduction to Computers                                                                                    3                 X                 X              X       X     X
Program Courses
160 BA Introduction to Business                                                                                     3                  X                 X              X       X     X
250 BA Business Employability Seminar                                                                               1                                    X              X       X     X
267 BA Introduction to Business Law                                                                                 3                                    X              X       X     X
282 BA Principles of Marketing                                                                                      3                                    X              X       X     X
283 BA Principles of Management                                                                                     3                  X                 X              X       X     X
287 BA Supervisory Management                                                                                       3                  X
288 BA Personal and Organizational Leadership                                                                       3                  X
201 ACC Financial Accounting I                                                                                      3                  X                 X              X       X     X
202 ACC Managerial Uses of Accounting Information                                                                   3                                    X              X       X     X
130 CIS Microcomputer Applications & Development                                                                    3                                    X              X       X     X
101 QMS Introduction to Quality Systems                                                                             3                                    X              X       X     X
279 ACT Accounting Systems                                                                                          3                                    X
281 ACT Individual Taxation                                                                                         3                                    X                                 Exit Exam for Diploma ______________
286 ACT Advanced Financial Accounting                                                                               3                                    X
212 BA Introduction to Financial Management (OR)                                                                    3                                                   X                  Date Taken _____________
      Second Mathematics Course                                                                                    (3)                                                 (X)
284 BA Applied Management Skills                                                                                    3                  X                                X
110 CIS Operating Systems Concepts                                                                                  3                                                           X
120 CIS Program Design & Development                                                                                3                                                           X
210 CIS Communications & Networking                                                                                 3                                                           X
220 CIS Systems Analysis & Design                                                                                   3                                                           X
170 IT Introduction to Database Design                                                                              3                                                           X          First signatures - Required to make plan official and permit online registration
Beginning Level Programming Language Course*                                                                      3-(4)                                                         X
140 TGM Turfgrass For Golf and Landscaping                                                                          3                                                                 X    Student Signature                                                    Date
125 AG Introduction to Fertilizer and Soils                                                                         3                                                                 X
210 TGM Turf Grass Science                                                                                          3                                                                 X    Faculty Advisor Signature                                            Date
130 HRT Landscape Maintenance                                                                                       3                                                                 X
131 HRT Landscape Maintenance Lab                                                                                   2                                                                 X
Electives                                                                                                                                                                                  Final signatures - Required to apply for graduation
Technical Electives*                                                                                                6                                    X
Technical Electives*                                                                                               12                                                   X                  Student Signature                                                    Date
Technical Electives*                                                                                                3                                                           X     X
Technical Electives*                                                                X                             11-12   Faculty Advisor Signature                                Date
                                                       Total Credit Hours
                                            Total Credit Hours Required           36-39 62-67 65-70 68-73        64-66
*For listing of Programming or Technical Electives, Please refer to KCTCS Course Catalog. 120 PHL Business Ethics and 110 PY General Psychology may be used as two of the four electives
in the Associate in Applied Science Business Administration Management Option. The other two electives must be out of the management electives listed in the KCTCS Course Catalog.                                                                                                          9/26/08
Writing
To communicate effectively using standard written English
ENG 101 Writing I and
ENG 102 Writing II



Oral Communication
To communicate in a clear oral and nonverbal fashion and employ active listening skills
COM 181 Basic Public Speaking
COM 252 Intro. to Interpersonal Communication


Computer Literacy
To demonstrate basic skills in computer operations and/or software applications
CIS 100 Introduction to Computers
OST 105 (OS 100) Introduction to Information Systems



Mathematics
To organize, analyze, and make information useful by employing mathematics
MT 150 (MA 109) College Algebra
MA112 Trigonometry
MA 113 Calculus I
MA 114 Calculus II
MA 123 Elementary Calculus and Its Applications
MA 162 Finite Mathematics and Its Applications
MA 201 Mathematics for Elementary Teachers
MA 202 Mathematical Problem Solving for Elementary Teachers
MT 115 (MAH 125) Technical Mathematics(1)
MT 125 Technical Algebra and Trigonometry(1)
MT 110 (MAH 151) Applied Mathematics(1)
MT 145 (MT 107) Contemporary College Mathematics(2)
MT175 Calculus I
MT185 Calculus II
MT275 Calculus III
ST 290 (STA 200) Statistics: A Force in Human Judgment
ST 291 (STA 291) Statistical Method

(1)Course does not fulfill general education transfer requirements for the AA/AS degree.

(2)Does not fulfill general education transfer requirements for AS degree.


Science
To demonstrate an awareness of one's interaction with the biological/physical environment
AST 191 The Solar System
AST 192 Stars, Galaxies, and the Universe
BIO 112 (BIO 103) Introduction to Biology (Basic Ideas of Biology)
BIO 113 (BIO 111) Introduction to Biology Lab (General Biology Laboratory)
BIO 120 (BIO 102) Human Ecology
BIO 121 Introduction to Ecology Laboratory
BIO 135 (BSL 107) Basic Anatomy and Physiology with Laboratory
BIO 137 (BSL 110) Human Anatomy and Physiology I
BIO 139 (BSL 111) Human Anatomy and Physiology II
BIO 141 (BIO 106/BSL 140 and BIO 107) Botany with Laboratory (Plant Biology Laboratory)
BIO 143 (BIO 104/BSL 160 and BIO 105) Zoology with Laboratory (Animal Biology Laboratory)
BIO 150 Principles of Biology I
BIO 151 Principles of Biology Laboratory I
BIO 152 Principles of Biology II
BIO 153 Principles of Biology Laboratory II
BIO 225 (BSL 212) Medical Microbiology
CHE 104 Introductory General Chemistry
CHE 105 General College Chemistry I
CHE 106 Introduction to Inorganic, Organic, and Biochemistry
CHE 107 General College Chemistry II
CHE 232 Organic Chemistry II
CHE 233 Organic Chemistry Laboratory II
CHM 104 Introductory General Chemistry Laboratory
CHM 105 General Chemistry Laboratory I
CHM 107 General Chemistry Laboratory II
GEO 130 Earth's Physical Environment
GEO 251 Weather and Climate
GLY 110 Endangered Planet: An Introduction to Environmental Geology
GLY 111 Laboratory for Physical Geology
GLY 112 Laboratory for Historical Geology
GLY 130 Dinosaurs and Disasters: A Brief History of the Vertebrates
GLY 220 Principles of Physical Geology
PGY 206 Elementary Physiology
PH 161 Introductory Physics Laboratory I
PH 171 Applied Physics
PHY 152 Introduction to Physics
PHY 231 General University Physics


Social Interaction
To demonstrate an awareness of self as an individual, as a member of a multicultural society, and/or as a member of the world
COM 249 Mass Media and Mass Culture
COM 254 Intro to Intercultural Communications
ECO 201 Principles of Economics I
ECO 202 Principles of Economics II
FAM 252 Introduction to Family Science
FAM 253 Human Sexuality: Development, Behavior, and Attitudes
GEO 152 Regional Geography of the World
GEO 160 Lands and Peoples of the Non-Western World
GEN 101 The Economics of Food and Agriculture
PS 101 American Government
PSY 100 Introduction to Psychology
PSY 223 Developmental Psychology
PY 110 General Psychology
PY 230 Psychosocial Aspects of Death and Dying
RS 130 Introduction to Comparative Religion(1)(2)
SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology
SWK 275 The Family


Heritage/Humanities
To recognize the impact of decisive ideas and events in human heritage


Heritage
HIS 104 A History of Europe Through the Mid-Seventeenth Century
HIS 105 A History of Europe from the Mid-Seventeenth Century to the Present
HIS 108 History of the U.S. Through 1865
HIS 109 History of the U.S. Since 1865
HIS 120 The World at War, 1939-45
HIS 240 History of Kentucky


Humanities
A-H 105 Ancient Through Medieval Art
A-H 106 Renaissance Through Modern Art
ANT 130 Introduction to Comparative Religion(1)(2)
ART 100 Introduction to Art
ENG 161 Introduction to Literature
ENG 221 Survey of English Literature I
ENG 222 Survey of English Literature II
ENG 230 Intorduction to Literature (Subtitle required)
ENG 232 Literature and Place (Subtitle required)
ENG 251 Survey of American Literature I
ENG 252 Survey of American Literature II
ENG 261 Survey of Western Literature from the Greeks Through the Renaissance
ENG 262 Survey of Western Literature from 1660 to the Present
ENG 264 Major Black Writers
ENG 270 The Old Testament as Literature
ENG 271 The New Testament as Literature
ENG 281 Introduction to Film
MUS 100 Introduction to Music
MUS 104 Introduction to Jazz History
MUS 206 American Music
MUS 222 History and Sociology of Rock Music
PHI 100 Introduction to Philosophy: Knowledge and Reality
PHI 120 Introductory Logic
PHI 130 Introduction to Philosophy: Morality and Society
PHI 260 History of Philosophy I: From Greek Beginnings to the Middle Ages
PHI 270 History of Philosophy II: From the Renaissance to the Present Era
PHL 110 Bioethics: Moral Issues in Health Care
PHL 120 Business Ethics
RS 101 Introduction to Religious Studies
RS 130 Introduction to Comparative Religion(1)(2)
TA 101 Introduction to Theatre: Principles and Practices
WS 201 Introduction to Women's Studies in the Arts and Humanities
(1)A student may not receive credit for both ANT 130 and RS 130.
(2)May be used to fulfill either Social Interaction or Humanities competency, but may not be used
to fulfill both general education categories.


Foreign Languages
FR101 Elementry French
FR102 Elementry French
FR201 Intermediate French
FR202 Intermediate French
SED 101 American Sign Language I
SED 102 American Sign Language II
SPA 101 Elementary Spanish I (spoken approach)
SPA 102 Elementary Spanish II (spoken approach)
SPA 201 Intermediate Spanish III (spoken approach)


Cultural Diversity
NOTE: The Cultural Diversity courses will appear in bold and italicized print within
the standard general education categories.
ety, and/or as a member of the world community

				
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