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Summer Semester 2021 Catalog

Early College Essentials, Technical Certificate of Credit

Overview

Offered at all campuses

Science courses are subject to be offered only on the Augusta campus

Entrance Dates: Fall, Spring, and Summer
Length of Program: One Term or Two Terms
Credit Hours Required for Graduation: 18

Program Description: This Technical Certificate of Credit is designed for a cooperative agreement between technical colleges and four-year colleges/universities in the area. These students have been identified as capable of performing academically at the college level and some are disengaged at the high school and are at risk of dropping out. .

Employment Opportunities: The Early College Essentials TCC provides students a greater opportunity for gaining college credits while completing their high school diploma.  The TCC creates a unique link between secondary and post secondary education, and furthers the effort, embodied by the Complete College America program, to increase the number of high school and college graduates.

Curriculum Outline

ENGL 1101COMPOSITION & RHETORIC

3

 

Select 15-16 hours from the list of courses below.  If you select a lab, also select the corresponding  lab course.

ARTS 1101ART APPRECIATION

3

BIOL 1111BIOLOGY I

3

BIOL 1111LBIOLOGY I LAB

1

BIOL 1112BIOLOGY II

3

BIOL 1112LBIOLOGY II LAB

1

BIOL 2107BIOLOGICAL PRINCIPLES I

3

BIOL 2107LBIOLOGICAL PRINCIPLES LAB I

1

BIOL 2113ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I

3

BIOL 2113LANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I LAB

1

BIOL 2114ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II

3

BIOL 2114LANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II LAB

1

BIOL 2117INTRODUCTORY MICROBIOLOGY

3

BIOL 2117LINTRO MICROBIOLOGY LAB

1

CHEM 1151SURVEY OF INORGANIC CHEMISTRY

3

CHEM 1151LSURVEY OF INORGANIC CHEM LAB

1

CHEM 1152SURVEY/ORGANIC CHEM & BIOCHEM

3

CHEM 1152LSURVEY OF ORG CHEM/BIOCHEM LAB

1

CHEM 1211CHEMISTRY I

3

CHEM 1211LCHEMISTRY I LAB

1

CHEM 1212CHEMISTRY II

3

CHEM 1212LCHEMISTRY II LAB

1

ECON 1101PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS

3

ECON 2105MACROECONOMICS

3

ECON 2106MICROECONOMICS

3

ENGL 1102LITERATURE & COMPOSITION

3

ENGL 2110WORLD LITERATURE

3

ENGL 2130AMERICAN LITERATURE

3

ENGL 2310ENG LIT FROM THE BEGIN TO 1700

3

HIST 1111WORLD HISTORY I

3

HIST 1112WORLD HISTORY II

3

HIST 2111U.S. HISTORY I

3

HIST 2112U.S. HISTORY II

3

HUMN 1101INTRODUCTION TO HUMANITIES

3

MATH 1101MATHEMATICAL MODELING

3

MATH 1103QUANTITATIVE SKILLS & REASONING

3

MATH 1111COLLEGE ALGEBRA

3

MATH 1113PRECALCULUS

3

MATH 1127INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS

3

MATH 1131CALCULUS I

4

MUSC 1101MUSIC APPRECIATION

3

POLS 1101AMERICAN GOVERNMENT

3

PSYC 1101INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY

3

SPAN 1101Intro Spanish Lang & Culture I

3

SPAN 1102Intro Spanish Lang &Culture II

3

SOCI 1101INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY

3

SPCH 1101PUBLIC SPEAKING

3

THEA 1101THEATER APPRECIATION

3

Guided Pathway

You may click on any course below to view the course description and prerequisite information.

Students who do not follow the Course Sequence listed below may not be able to complete the program in the number of semesters shown.

Augusta, Grovetown, Thomson, and Waynesboro Day Program

PROGRAM NAME: Early College Essentials

AWARD: Technical Certificate of Credit

CAMPUS: Augusta, Grovetown, Thomson, and Waynesboro  Day Program

Semester 1

ENGL 1101COMPOSITION & RHETORIC

3

 
Choose 15 - 16 Credit Hours from the list below:
 
ARTS 1101ART APPRECIATION

3

BIOL 1111BIOLOGY I

3

BIOL 1111LBIOLOGY LAB I

1

BIOL 1112BIOLOGY II

3

BIOL 1112LBIOLOGY LAB II

1

BIOL 2107BIOLOGICAL PRINCIPLES I

3

BIOL 2107LBIOLOGICAL PRINCIPLES I LAB

1

BIOL 2113ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I

3

BIOL 2113LANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY LAB I

1

BIOL 2114ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II

3

BIOL 2114LANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY LAB II

1

BIOL 2117INTRODUCTORY MICROBIOLOGY

3

BIOL 2117LINTRODUCTORY MICROBIOLOGY LAB

1

CHEM 1151SURVEY OF INORGANIC CHEMISTRY

3

CHEM 1151LSURVEY OF INORGANIC CHEM LAB

1

CHEM 1152SURVEY OF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY AND BIOCHEMISTRY

3

CHEM 1152LSURVEY OF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY AND BIOCHEMISTRY LAB

1

ECON 1101PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS

3

ECON 2105PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS

3

ECON 2106PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS

3

ENGL 1102LITERATURE AND COMPOSITION

3

ENGL 2110WORLD LITERATURE

3

ENGL 2130AMERICAN LITERATURE

3

ENGL 2310ENGLISH LITERATURE FROM THE BEGINNING TO 1700

3

HIST 1111WORLD HISTORY I

3

HIST 1112WORLD HISTORY II

3

HIST 2111U.S. HISTORY I

3

HIST 2112U.S. HISTORY II

3

MATH 1101MATHEMATICAL MODELING

3

MATH 1103QUANTITATIVE SKILLS & REASONING

3

MATH 1111COLLEGE ALGEBRA

3

MATH 1113PRECALCULUS

3

MATH 1127INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS

3

MATH 1131CALCULUS I

4

MUSC 1101MUSIC APPRECIATION

3

POLS 1101AMERICAN GOVERNMENT

3

PSYC 1101INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY

3

SPAN 1101INTRODUCTION TO SPANISH LANGUAGE AND CULTURE I

3

SPAN 1102INTRODUCTION TO SPANISH LANGUAGE AND CULTURE II

3

SOCI 1101INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY

3

SPCH 1101PUBLIC SPEAKING

3

THEA 1101THEATER APPRECIATION

3