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  Nov 25, 2017
 
2017-2018 Catalog

Information Systems A.S. Degree


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Tennessee Transfer Pathways TBR Community Colleges to UT and TBR Four-Year Universities
Community College Area of Emphasis: Information Systems A.S. Degree

Required: NSCC 1010 - First Year Experience 1 Credit


General Education Requirements


Communication - 9 Credits


Humanities and/or Fine Arts - 9 Credits


(at least one course in literature)

Social/Behavioral Sciences - 6 Credits


History - 6 Credits


Natural Sciences - 8 Credits


Mathematics - 3 Credits


General Education Total - 41 Credits


General Electives*** - 4 Credits


Area of Emphasis Total - 19 Credits**


Total - 61 Credits**


Note:


Additional course requirements: The Tennessee Board of Regents requires that students either demonstrate the appropriate skill levels in math, reading, and/or writing before enrolling in college-level courses or enroll in appropriate co-requisite experiences with college-level courses to develop competency in those skills while performing college-level work. ACT/SAT scores, ACCUPLACER test scores, COMPASS test scores, or other relevant information determine whether a student needs to enroll in co-requisite courses in math, reading, and/or writing (English).

 

* This course is part of the general education core.

** Students who plan to transfer to the University of Tennessee must complete MATH 2050 Calculus-based Probability and Statistics available through TN eCampus.

*** Students who plan to transfer to Austin Peay State University, East Tennessee State University, and the University of Tennessee, Chattanooga must complete CISP 1010 , CISP 1020 , Computer Science I and II (Programming) instead of INFS 1010 , Computer Applications and electives. For these students, the total credits in the Area of Emphasis will be 20 credits and total degree credits will be 61.

 

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