Feb 19, 2020  
2019-20 Academic Catalog 
    
2019-20 Academic Catalog

Landscape Design and Management Technology Transfer - LANT.AS


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The Landscape Design & Management Technology Transfer program is for the student who plans to attend a four-year institution upon graduation from STCC. In addition to many of the core Landscape courses offered in the curriculum, this program provides the general education courses needed to allow the student to enter a bachelor’s degree program as a Junior, thus providing the student with both cost & time savings. This program incorporates the MassTransfer GenEd Foundation and prepares students for transfer to the UMass Amherst Landscape Architecture program.

Minimum Grade Requirement: All LAN courses in this option must be completed with a grade of “C” or above for transfer consideration of the grade. Any course failed must be repeated before graduation and each course may be repeated only once. In addition the student must also have achieved a 2.0 QPA and shall have remained in good academic standing as outlined in the general college policy.

Upon the successful completion of requirements for this program, as listed below, the degree of Associate in Science in Landscape Design and Management Technology will be awarded.

(LANT.AS) Curriculum


Total: 16 credits


Total: 16 credits


Total: 16 credits


Total: 16 credits


Total (LANT.AS) Curriculum Program Credits: 64


Notes:


  1. Social Science Electives include: Psychology, Sociology, Anthropology, Political Science, Economics and History
  2. Humanities Electives include: Art, Theater, Foreign Language, Music, Philosophy and Literature.

Department Personnel


Name Title Office Phone Email
Thomas Smith Associate Professor 17/335 413-755-4642 tsmith@stcc.edu
Jennifer Werner Professor/Department Chair 17/337 413-755-4604 jawerner@stcc.edu

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