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  • BRCC Catalog 2018-19

    First Semester Hrs. Second Semester Hrs.

    ENGL 1013 English Composition I1 3 ENGL 1023 English Composition II 3

    General Education Mathematics1 3 General Education Mathematics/Analytical Reasoning 3

    General Education Social Science 3 General Education Social Science (2000 level) 3

    General Education Fine Arts 3 General Education Humanities 3

    General Education Natural Science, first in sequence 3 General Education Natural Science, second in sequence 3

    Total Credit Hours 15 Total Credit Hours 15

    Third Semester Hrs. Fourth Semester Hrs.

    General Education Literature 3 Any humanities course2 3

    General Education Humanities 3 Any humanities course2 3

    Any humanities course2 3 Any humanities course

    2 3

    Any humanities course2 3 Any humanities or social science course 3

    General Education Natural Science, opposite from sequence 3 Any humanities or social science course 3

    Total Credit Hours 15 Total Credit Hours 15

    2English (ENGL), Film (FILM), French (FREN), History (HIST), Humanities (HUMN), Philosophy (PHIL except PHIL 2113,

    Spanish (SPAN), Speech (SPCH). Students should choose classes related to their expected major.

    Louisiana Transfer-Humanities Associate of Arts

    Students must earn a C or better in all courses for this degree

    1If you have tested into two or more developmental courses you should enroll in CSSK 1023 and contact the Division of Liberal Arts at 225-

    216-8165 in order to schedule an appointment with a Liberal Arts Advisor.

  • Approved General Education Courses

    English Composition (ENGL) 1013 English Composition I

    1023 English Composition II

    Mathematics (MATH)/Analytical Reasoning) MATH 1113 College Algebra (5-hour format)

    MATH 1213 College Algebra

    MATH 1223 Plate Trigonometry

    MATH 1235 College Algebra & Trigonometry

    MATH 1103 Introduction to Contemporary Math

    MATH 2103 Calculus for Non-Science Majors

    MATH 2303 Basic Statistics I

    MATH 2313 Basic Statistics II

    MATH 1303 Elementary Statistics

    MATH 2084 Introduction to Statistical Analysis

    MATH 2115 Calculus I

    MATH 2125 Calculus II

    MATH 2134 Multidimensional Calculus

    PHIL 2113 Introduction to Logic

    Social SciencesAnthropology (ANTH)

    1013 Intro. to Physical Anthropology & Pre-History

    2013 Intro. to Cultural & Social Anthropology

    Criminal Justice (CJUS)

    1013 Introduction to Criminal Justice

    Economics (ECON)

    2213 Principles of Macroeconomics

    2223 Principles of Microeconomics

    2113 Economic Principles

    2133 Agricultural Economics

    Geography (GEOG)

    2013 Introduction to Geography

    2113 Cultural Geography

    Political Science (POLI)

    2023 International Relations

    2113 Constitutional Law

    2013 American Government

    2213 Intro. to Comparative Politics

    2603 Intro. to Political Theory

    Psychology (PSYC)

    2013 Introduction to Psychology

    2113 Psychology of Development

    Sociology (SOCL)

    2013 Introduction to Sociology

    2413 Race Relations

    Natural SciencesBiological Sciences (BIOL)

    1013 General Biology I

    1023 General Biology II

    1033 Biology I for Science Majors

    1043 Biology II for Science Majors

    2104 General Microbiology2113

    Physical Sciences

    ASTR 1103 Intro. to Astronomy

    CHEM 1003 Intro. to Chemistry

    CHEM 1133 Chemistry II for Science Majors

    GEOL 1103 Physical Geology

    PHSC 1023 Physical Science I

    PHSC 1033 Physical Science II

    PHYS 1103 Intro. to Physics

    PHYS 1013 Intro. to Concepts in Physics

    PHYS 2113 General Physics I

    PHYS 2123 General Physics II

    PHYS 2133 Engineering Physics I

    PHYS 2143 Engineering Physics II

    Either Biological or Physical Science

    ENSC 1103 Environmental Science

    BIOL 2413 Intro. to Oceanography

    RNRE 1103 Natural Recourse Conservation

    RNRE 2103 Ecology

    Fine Arts Arts (ARTS)

    1023 Introduction to Fine Arts

    1003 Non-Western Art

    2103 Art History I

    2113 Art History II

    Film (FILM)

    2003 Introduction to Cinema Studies

    2023 Introduction to Cinema History

    Music (MUSC)

    1013 Music Appreciation

    1023 History of Jazz

    Theatre (THTR)

    1013 Introduction to Theatre

    HumanitiesEnglish/Literature (ENGL)

    2133 Literature & Ethnicity

    2303 Introduction to Fiction

    2313 Introduction to Poetry & Drama

    2123 Major British Writers

    2173 Major American Writers

    2223 Major World Writers

    2403 Intro. to African-American Literature

    2323 Introduction to Literature

    2503 Introduction to Folklore

    2483 Shakespeare: The More Popular Plays

    French (FREN)

    1013 Elementary French I

    1023 Elementary French II

    2013 Intermediate French I

    2023 Intermediate French II

    History (HIST)

    1113 History or World Civilization I

    1123 History of World Civilization II

    2003 History of Roman Republic & Empire

    2013 American History Colonial to 1865

    2023 American History 1865 to Present

    2213 Modern Europe 1500-1848

    2223 Modern Europe 1848-present

    Humanities (HUMN)

    2103 World Mythology

    2013 Africa and the Middle East

    2553 Asia and the Americas

    2753 The Heroic Journey: From Classical to

    Contemporary

    Philosophy (PHIL)

    1013 Introduction to Philosophy

    2013 Introduction to Ethics

    2283 Philosophy of Religion

    Spanish (SPAN)

    1013 Elementary Spanish I

    1023 Elementary Spanish II

    2013 Intermediate Spanish I

    Speech (SPCH)

    1013 Fundamentals of Speech

    2013 Techniques of Speech

    2213 Interpersonal Communication

    2313 Communication for Business Professionals

    2403 Performance of Literature

    Notes:1)All students must earn a grade of "C" or

    better in ENGL 1013 which includes the

    written proficiency examination) &

    ENGL 1023, or the equivalent

    2)Credit will not be awarded for the

    following course combinations:

    MATH 1113 & MATH 1213

    MATH 1235 & MATH 1113

    MATH 1235 & MATH 1213

    MATH 1235 & MATH 1223

    MATH 2303 & MATH 1303

    MATH 2313 & MATH 1303

    ECON 2213 & ECON 2113

    ECON 2223 & ECON 2113

    BIOL 1013 & BIOL 1033

    BIOL 1011 & BIOL 1031

    BIOL 1023 & BIOL 1041

    BIOL 1021 & BIOL 1041

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