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    DIVISION OF ARTS AND

    HUMANITIES

    Associate of Arts General Studies

    PROGRAM OUTCOMES FOR ASSOCIATE OF ARTS DEGREE IN GENERAL STUDIES: 1. The student will express ideas effectively through writing and speaking. 2. The student will demonstrate use of technology. 3. The student will develop their knowledge of various cultures with an emphasis on the Ochethi

    Sakowin culture. 4. The student will demonstrate mathematical skills and reasoning:

    a) organize and analyze data to make inferences about real world situations (critical thinking skills),

    b) apply the basic math properties to solve equations and inequalities (mathematical principles).

    Associate of Arts General Studies Nursing Transfer

    1. The student will gain the acquired basic principles and skills in the general education area required

    for transfer to a four-year institution of higher learning. 2. The student will complete transfer requirements for furthering their nursing education.

    Bachelor of Science General Studies

    Bachelor of Science General Studies with an emphasis in Native American Studies

    PROGRAM OUTCOMES FOR BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE IN GENERAL STUDIES: 1. The student will create written and oral communication to meet professional standards. 2. The student will demonstrate advanced use of technology. 3. The student will demonstrate research skills by retrieving, evaluating, and using information

    appropriately. 4. The student will develop critical thinking skills to enhance problem solving.

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    ASSOCIATE OF ARTS GENERAL STUDIES

    The program is designed to provide students with the opportunity to acquire basic principles and skills in the general education area. It prepares students to enter into the Bachelor of Science General Studies degree or to transfer to a four-year institution of higher learning. GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS ENGL 110 Composition I ................................................................................................................. 3 cr. ENGL 120 Composition II ................................................................................................................ 3 cr. COMM 110 Fundamentals of Public Speaking ................................................................................. 3 cr. MATH 103 College Algebra ............................................................................................................ 4 cr. PSYC 100 First Year Learning Experience .................................................................................... 3 cr. SOC 120 Transitions-Graduation & Beyond ................................................................................. 2 cr. NAS 101 or Ochethi Sakowin Language I ......................................................................................... 4 cr. NAS 103 Introduction to Ochethi Sakowin Language, Culture & History CSCI 101 Introduction to Computers ............................................................................................ 3 cr. PSYC 111 Introduction to Psychology ............................................................................................ 3 cr. NATIVE AMERICAN STUDIES ELECTIVE............................................................................................. 3 cr. Select any one (1) course from Native American Studies HEALTH/PHYSICAL EDUCATION ......................................................................................................... 2 cr. Any two (2) one-hour courses or any one (1) two-hour course LABORATORY SCIENCE ....................................................................................................................... 8 cr. Any two (2) four-hour laboratory science courses Total General Education Requirements .................................................................................... 41 credits CORE REQUIREMENTS HUM 297 General Studies Capstone ...................................................................................................... 1 cr. MATH 210 Elementary Statistics ............................................................................................................. 3 cr. Humanities Course .................................................................................................................................. 3 cr. Technology Course ................................................................................................................................. 3 cr. Social & Behavioral Science Course ....................................................................................................... 3 cr. Elective Courses ..................................................................................................................................... 8 cr. Total Core Requirements ........................................................................................................... 21 credits TOTAL DEGREE REQUIREMENTS ........................................................................................ 62 CREDITS

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    ASSOCIATE OF ARTS GENERAL STUDIES

    NURSING TRANSFER DEGREE PLAN This program is designed to meet the needs of those students who plan to continue their education in nursing at other institutions. This program is aimed at students who graduate from Sitting Bull College with their AS in Practical Nursing and who want to continue their education as well as those students who are choosing to attend Sitting Bull College to pick up their general education requirements before transferring to another nursing program. GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS ENGL 110 Composition I ................................................................................................................. 3 cr. ENGL 120 Composition II ................................................................................................................ 3 cr. COMM 110 Fundamentals of Public Speaking ................................................................................. 3 cr. MATH 103 College Algebra ............................................................................................................ 4 cr. PSYC 100 First Year Learning Experience .................................................................................... 3 cr. SOC 120 Transitions-Graduation & Beyond ................................................................................. 2 cr. NAS 101 or Ochethi Sakowin Language I ......................................................................................... 4 cr. NAS 103 Introduction to Ochethi Sakowin Language, Culture & History CSCI 101 Introduction to Computers ............................................................................................ 3 cr. HPER 200 Nutrition ......................................................................................................................... 2 cr. PSYC 111 Introduction to Psychology ............................................................................................ 3 cr. PSYC 255 Child and Adolescent Psychology ................................................................................. 3 cr. BIOL 220 Anatomy and Physiology I ............................................................................................. 4 cr. CHEM 115 Introduction to Chemistry ............................................................................................... 4 cr. Total General Education Requirements .................................................................................... 41 credits CORE REQUIREMENTS BIOL 202 Microbiology .................................................................................................................. 4 cr. BIOL 230 Anatomy and Physiology II ............................................................................................ 4 cr. CHEM 116 Introduction to Organic and Biochemistry ...................................................................... 4 cr.

    Choose 12 credits from the following (based on the program the student plans to transfer to): Statistics Abnormal Psychology Introduction to Sociology Introduction to Anthropology Social Problems Ethics courses Introduction to Ethics Introduction to Western Philosophy Comparative Spirituality Arts course Ochethi Sakowin Tradition, Philosophy, & Spirituality Culture course Finite Math Ethnobotany Adult and End of Life Developmental Psychology Total Core Requirements ........................................................................................................... 24 credits TOTAL DEGREE REQUIREMENTS ........................................................................................ 65 CREDITS

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    BACHELOR OF SCIENCE

    GENERAL STUDIES The General Studies degree has been designed for students who may wish to take a liberal arts track. An emphasis track is available in Native American Studies. The General Studies degree is also designed for a student who may go all the way through one of the bachelors degrees in education, but decides at the last minute that teaching is not for them and, therefore, would not be required to student teach but would be required to complete an alternative practicum. REQUIREMENTS: Requirements for admission are as follows: 1. Successful completion of Associate degree in appropriate area. Requirements for graduation are as follows: 1. Completion of all course work in the curriculum. 2. A minimum of a 2.0 cumulative grade point average. 3. A minimum of 40 credit hours of 300 and 400 level course work. 4. For the Native American Studies concentration: a minimum of 27 credit hours of 300 and 400 level

    course work in a specific area. 5. Completion of assessment projec