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2023-2024 Academic Catalog 
    
2023-2024 Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Science, Engineering and Math


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The Associate of Science in Science, Engineering, and Mathematics is a transfer degree for the student who plans to major in a SEM (Science, Engineering, Math) field. Students planning to transfer should work closely with a Northark advisor to follow the prescribed selection of courses, and other requirements, needed for transfer into a bachelor’s program. 

Program Learning Outcomes

  • Apply critical thinking and problem-solving skills across disciplines appropriate for a STEM major. 
  • Apply life skills in areas such as teamwork, interpersonal relationships, ethics, and study habits. 
  • Communicate clearly in written and oral formats 
  • Use technology appropriate for a STEM major 
  • Discuss issues of a diverse global society 
  • Demonstrate math, statistical, and scientific skills appropriate for a STEM major. 

Note:


The below MAP is for Engineering but we offer MAPs in Mathematics, Statistics, Physics, Physical Science, Chemistry, Biology, Environmental Science, Exercise Science, Physical Therapy, Dental Hygiene, and Pre Med. Please speak to your advisor for more information.

First Semester: 16 Credits


Third Semester: 14-15 Credits


Fourth Semester: 16-17 Credits


Grand Total: 60 Credits


Social Science Electives


ECON 2313  Microeconomics -  ATU only

ECON 2323  Macroeconomics - ATU only

HIST 1113  World Civ I

HIST 1123  World Civ II

HIST 2003  US History I

HIST 2013  US History II

SOC 2013  Introduction to Sociology 

PSYC 2003  General Psychology 

Math & Science Elective


Math & Science electives will depend on the type of engineering focus. Please check with your advisor.

MAT 1233  Introduction to Statistics

MAT 2133  Trigonometry

PHSC 1004  Earth Science

PHSC 1104  Physical Science

CHEM 1214  Fundamentals of Chemistry

GEOL 1014  General Geology

BIOL 1144  Environmental Science

BIOL 1304  General Botany

BIOL 1504  General Zoology

BIOL 2014  Microbiology

BIOL 2214  Anatomy & Physiology I

BIOL 2224  Anatomy & Physiology II

 

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