Courses for the College/University Transfer Program (AA&S Degree)

  • Courses must be selected from the list below.
  • BRCC's course requirements may not meet the gen ed requirements of your transfer school.  Please work with a BRCC advisor and a transfer advisor from your transfer school to make sure your courses meet the requirements of both programs.
  • See course notes; college catalog has additional information.

Transfer Guides      Transfer Advisors

Required General Education Courses

English (6 credits required)

  • ENG 111 College Composition I
  • ENG 112 College Composition II

History (6 credits required)

  • HIS 101 History of Western Civilization I
  • HIS 102 History of Western Civilization II
  • HIS 111 History of World Civilizations I
  • HIS 112 History of World Civilizations II
  • HIS 121 United States History I
  • HIS 122 United States History II

Literature /Humanities /Fine Arts (6 credits required; 3 credits must be in Literature)

  • ART 101 History and Appreciation of Art I
  • ART 102 History and Appreciation of Art II
  • CST 130 Introduction to Theatre
  • CST 151 Film Appreciation I
  • ENG 241 Survey of American Literature I
  • ENG 242 Survey of American Literature II
  • ENG 243 Survey of English Literature I
  • ENG 244 Survey of English Literature II
  • ENG 251 Survey of World Literature I
  • ENG 252 Survey of World Literature II
  • HUM 216 Survey of Nonwestern Cultural Traditions
  • HUM 260 Survey of 20th Century Culture
  • MUS 121 Music Appreciation I
  • MUS 122 Music Appreciation II
  • PHI 101 Introduction to Philosophy I
  • PHI 102 Introduction to Philosophy II
  • PHI 115 Practical Reasoning
  • PHI 211 The History of Western Philosophy I
  • PHI 212 The History of Western Philosophy II
  • PHI 225 Selected Problems in Applied Ethics
  • REL 231 Religions of the World I

Mathematics (6 credits required)

  • MTH 151 Mathematics for the Liberal Arts I
  • MTH 166 Precalculus with Trigonometry
  • MTH 173 Calculus with Analytic Geometry I
  • MTH 174 Calculus with Analytic Geometry II
  • MTH 270 Applied Calculus

Natural Science/Lab (8 credits required; sequence preferred but not required; first half must be taken before second half.)

  • BIO 101 General Biology I BIO 102 General Biology II
  • BIO 141 Human Anatomy and Physiology I
  • BIO 142 Human Anatomy and Physiology II CHM 101 General Chemistry I
  • CHM 102 General Chemistry II
  • CHM 111 College Chemistry I
  • CHM 112 College Chemistry II
  • GOL 105 Physical Geology
  • GOL 110 Earth Science
  • NAS 130 Elements of Astronomy
  • PHY 100 Elements of Physics
  • PHY 201 General College Physics I
  • PHY 202 General College Physics II
  • PHY 241 University Physics I
  • PHY 242 University Physics II

Social and Behavioral Sciences (6 credits required)

  • ECO 201 Principles of Economics I (Macroeconomics)
  • ECO 202 Principles of Economics II (Microeconomics)
  • GEO 210 People and Land: Intro to Cultural Geography
  • GEO 220 World Regional Geography
  • PLS 135 American National Politics
  • PSY 200 Principles of Psychology
  • PSY 230 Developmental Psychology
  • SOC 200 Principles of Sociology
  • SOC 268 Social Problems
  • SSC 107 Problems of People in the Modern World

Approved Elective Courses

Each required general education course if not used to meet a requirement can be used as an approved elective. The following list represents additional approved electives in this program. Fourteen elective credits are required.

  • ACC 211-212 Principles of Accounting I-II
  • ACC 215 Computerized Accounting
  • ADJ 100 Survey of Criminal Justice
  • ADJ 110 Introduction to Law
  • ADJ 111 Law Enforcement Organization & Administration I
  • ADJ 120 Introduction to Courts
  • ADJ 133 Ethics & the Criminal Justice Professional
  • ADJ 236 Principles of Criminal Investigation
  • ADJ 245 Management of Correctional Facilities
  • ARA 101-102 Beginning Arabic I-II
  • ART 121-122 Drawing I-II
  • ART 131-132 Fundamentals of Design I-II
  • ART 153-154 Ceramics I-II
  • ART 235 Functional Ceramics
  • ART 236 Sculptural Ceramics
  • ART 241-242 Painting I-II
  • ART 243-244 Watercolor I-II
  • ASL 101-102 American Sign Language I-II
  • ASL 201-202 American Sign Language III-IV
  • BIO 150 Introductory Microbiology
  • BIO 205 General Microbiology
  • BUS 100 Introduction to Business
  • BUS 200 Principles of Management
  • BUS 221 Business Statistics I
  • BUS 227 Quantitative Methods
  • BUS 241 Business Law I
  • BUS 270 Interpersonal Dynamics in the Business Organization
  • CHI 101-102 Beginning Chinese I-II
  • CHM 241-243 Organic Chemistry I & Lab
  • CHM 242-244 Organic Chemistry II & Lab
  • CSC 201-202 Computer Science I-II
  • CST 126 Interpersonal Communication
  • CST 131-132 Acting I-II
  • CST 136 Theatre Workshop
  • CST 229 Intercultural Communication
  • EDU 200 Introduction to Teaching as a Profession
  • EGR 115 Engineering Graphics
  • EGR 120 Introduction to Engineering
  • EGR 127 Introduction to Computer Programming
  • EGR 140 Engineering Mechanics Statics
  • FRE 101-102 Beginning French I-II
  • HIS 267 The Second World War
  • HIS 276 U.S. History Since World War II
  • HIS 277 The American Experience in Vietnam
  • HIS 279 Age of the American Revolution
  • HUM 195 Honors Program
  • HLT Any course other than HLT 143 or 144
  • ITD 110 Web Design
  • ITD 130 Database Fundamentals
  • ITD 210 Web Design II
  • ITN 208 Protocols & Communications
  • ITN 260 Network Security Basics
  • ITP 100 Software Design
  • ITP 110 Visual Basic Programming I
  • ITP 232 C++ Programming
  • JPN 101-102 Beginning Japanese I-II
  • MTH 177 Introductory Linear Algebra
  • MTH 277 Vector Calculus
  • MTH 287 Mathematical Structures
  • MUS 137 Chorus Ensemble
  • PED Any PED coursed
  • PLS 211-212 U.S. Government I-II
  • PLS 241-242 International Relations I-II
  • PSY 105 Psychology of Personal Adjustment
  • PSY 220 Introduction to Behavior Modification
  • PSY 270 Human Sexuality
  • REL 210 Survey of the New Testament
  • RUS 101-102 Beginning Russian I-II
  • SOC 215 Sociology of the Family
  • SOC 236 Criminology
  • SOC 266 Race and Ethnicity
  • SOC 253 Sociology of Religion S
  • PA 101-102 Beginning Spanish I-II
  • SPA 201-202 Intermediate Spanish I-II

Additional elective courses may be approved with specific permission of an Academic Dean, using the “Program Adjustment Form,” available in the Admissions & Records Office.

Notes

  • Students may not receive credit toward graduation requirements in this program of study for both ACC 115 and ACC 211, ACC 115 and ACC 212, BIO 150 and BIO 205, for ECO 120 and ECO 201, for ECO 120 and ECO 202, for MTH 163 and MTH 166, for PHY 100 and PHY 201.
  • BUS 221 may not substitute for any math prefix course at Blue Ridge Community College. Students may not receive credit toward graduation requirements in this program of study for both BUS 221 and MTH 157.
  • Students may not receive credit for both CSC 201 and ITP 120.
  • Students may apply a maximum of 3 credits of PED toward their approved elective total