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  Oct 17, 2017
 
 
    
2015-16 Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Pre-Health/Health Science - HTHC.AA


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PRE-HEALTH OPTIONS HTHC.AA

To prepare for a program in the Health Sciences you should take a schedule that reflects the course prerequisites as stated in this catalog, and your achievement on the STCC Placement Tests (CPT.)

Your first semester schedule should include:

English and Math

Based on placement test scores, to develop the level of basic skills needed for success in engineering or science majors

Reading

If placement on the CPT in Reading indicates a need for remediation

Basic science or chemistry or physics

As required by your academic profile, that is, high school background in science, STCC placement scores, SAT1 math and verbal scores.

For more information please see the Handbook of Liberal Arts Transfer and General Studies Programs 2013-14 .

Upon successful completion of requirements for this program, the degree of Associate in Arts in Liberal Arts/General Studies will be awarded.

The following courses should be completed by all students heading toward a program in health sciences.

(HTHC.AA) Health Sciences


Total: 15 credits


Total: 16 credits


Total: 16 credits


Total: 13 credits


Total (HTHC.AA) Health Sciences Program Credits: 60


Notes:


  1.   - including  ENG-250 - Introduction to the Theatre , World Languages  or  , PHL-102 - Philosophy 2 , or  PHL-110 - World Religions  .
  2. Please consult your advisor for electives that meet both the degree requirements and your career goals.

This curriculum is a guide, but should be followed unless a student has a signed letter of agreement from a Health Sciences department/program chair that states specific alternate courses that must be taken for acceptance into a health program. Please note: completion of this program of study does not guarantee acceptance into a Health program.

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