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Academic Programs

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.
  • Check the college catalog for additional course and program notes.

Transfer Advising Guides  |  Transfer Advisors  | Transfer Program Website

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 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 157 Elementary Statistics
  • MTH 163 Precalculus I
  • MTH 164 Precalulus II
  • 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)

  • BIO 101 General Biology I
  • BIO 102 General Biology II
  • BIO 114 Organisms
  • 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 201 Introduction to Psychology I
  • PSY 202 Introduction to Psychology II
  • PSY 230 Developmental Psychology
  • PSY 231 Life Span Human Development I
  • PSY 232 Life Span Human Development II
  • SOC 200 Principles of Sociology
  • SOC 268 Social Problems
  • SSC 107 Problems of People in the Modern World

Other Required Courses

Communication (3 credits required)

  • CST 100 Principles of Public Speaking
  • CST 110 Introduction to Communication
  • Health/Physical Education (2 credits required)
  • All HLT and PED courses except HLT 143 and HLT 144

Information Systems Technology (3 credits required)

  • ITE 119 Information Literacy
  • ITE 120 Principles of Computer Information Systems or
  • CSC 200 Introduction to Computer Science

Student Development (1 credit required)

  • SDV 100 College Success Skills
  • SDV 101 Orientation to Health Sciences or STEM or IT Profession
  • SDV 107 Career Education

Approved Elective Courses  (14 credits required)

Required general education courses can also be used as electives if not used to meet a requirement.

  • 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 140 Introduction to Corrections
  • ADJ 161 Introduction to Computer Crime
  • ADJ 211-212 Criminal Law, Evidence & Procedures I-II
  • ADJ 215 Report Writing for Law Enforcement
  • ADJ 216 Organized Crime & Corruption
  • ADJ 228 Narcotics & Dangerous Drugs
  • ADJ 229 Law Enforcement & the Community
  • ADJ 232 Domestic Violence
  • ADJ 234 Terrorism & Counter-Terrorism
  • ADJ 236 Principles of Criminal Investigation
  • ADJ 245 Management of Correctional Facilities
  • ARA 101-102 Beginning Arabic I-II
  • ARA 201-202 Intermediate 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 205 General Microbiology
  • BIO 276 Freshwater Ecology
  • BUS 100 Introduction to Business
  • BUS 200 Principles of Management
  • BUS 221 Business Statistics I
  • BUS 241 Business Law I
  • BUS 270 Interpersonal Dynamics in the Business Org.
  • CHI 101-102 Beginning Chinese I-II
  • CHI 201-202 Intermediate Chinese I-II
  • CHM 241-243 Organic Chemistry I & Lab
  • CHM 242-244 Organic Chemistry II & Lab
  • CSC 201-202 Computer Science I-II
  • CSC 205 Computer Organization
  • CST 126 Interpersonal Communication
  • CST 131-132 Acting I-II
  • CST 136 Theatre Workshop
  • CST 152 Film Appreciation II
  • CST 229 Intercultural Communication
  • EDU 200 Introduction to Teaching as a Profession
  • EGR 115 Engineering Graphics
  • EGR 120 Introduction to Engineering
  • EGR 125 Introduction to Engineering Methods
  • EGR 127 Introduction to Computer Programming
  • EGR 140 Engineering Mechanics Statics
  • ENG 279 Film & Literature
  • FRE 101-102 Beginning French I-II
  • FRE 201-202 Intermediate French I-II
  • GEO 221 Regions of the World I
  • HIS 181 History & Theory of Historical Preservation
  • HIS 267 The Second World War
  • HIS 269 Civil War & Reconstruction
  • HIS 276 United States History Since World War II
  • HIS 277 The American Experience in Vietnam
  • HIS 279 Age of the American Revolution
  • HIS 295 America in the Middle East
  • HUM 195 Honors Program (1 credit)
  • ITD 110 Web Design
  • ITD 112 Designing Web Page Graphics
  • 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 120 Java Programming I (cross lists as CSC 201)
  • ITP 200 Data Structures (cross lists as CSC 202)
  • ITP 220 Java Programming II
  • ITP 232 C++ Programming
  • JPN 101-102 Beginning Japanese I-II
  • JPN 201-202 Intermediate Japanese I-II
  • MTH 177 Introductory Linear Algebra
  • MTH 277 Vector Calculus
  • MTH 285 Linear Algebra
  • MTH 287 Mathematical Structures
  • MTH 291 Differential Equations
  • MUS 137 Chorus Ensemble
  • PHT 164 Digital Photography I
  • PHT 264 Digital Photography II
  • PLS 211-212 U.S. Government I-II
  • PLS 241-242 International Relations I-II
  • PSY 105 Psychology of Personal Adjustment
  • PSY 211 Research Methodology for Behavioral Sciences
  • PSY 213 Statistics for Behavioral Sciences
  • PSY 215 Abnormal Psychology
  • PSY 220 Introduction to Behavior Modification
  • PSY 270 Human Sexuality
  • REL 210 Survey of the New Testament
  • RUS 101-102 Beginning Russian I-II
  • RUS 201-202 Intermediate Russian I-II
  • SOC 215 Sociology of the Family
  • SOC 236 Criminology
  • SOC 266 Minority Group Relations
  • SOC 293 Immigrants in American Society
  • SOC 295 Sociology of Religion
  • SPA 101-102 Beginning Spanish I-II
  • SPA 201-202 Intermediate Spanish I-II