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Associate in Science Program, Liberal Arts and Sciences:

Mathematics and Science

A.S. Program

Hegis Code: 5649

Total Credits Required: 64

Course Requirements Credits


Must be one of the following two-courses sequences:

MAT 122 Calculus I -

MAT 123 Calculus II

or for students not placed on MAT 122 Calculus I:

MAT 111 Pre-Calculus -

MAT 122 Calculus I,


MAT 117 Engineering Technical Math II -

MAT 122 Calculus I


Natural or Physical Science Sequence

Must include at least one of the following two-course sequences:

AHS 131 Anatomy and Physiology I -

AHS 132 Anatomy and Physiology II,

BIO 109 Principles of Biology I -

BIO 110 Principles of Biology II,

CHE 151 Inorganic Chemistry I -

CHE 152 Inorganic Chemistry II,

PHY 101 General Physics I -

PHY 102 General Physics II,

PHY 122 Engineering Physics I -

PHY 123 Engineering Physics II or

PHY 151 Physics Science and Math I -

PHY 152 Physics Science and Math II


Science or Mathematics Electives

Any of the mathematics or science courses listed above except for:

MAT 111 Pre-Calculus or

MAT 117 Engineering Technical Math II.

May include any of the following:

AST 101 Solar System Astronomy,

AST 102 Stellar and Galactic Astronomy,

BIO level 200 or higher,

CHE level 201 or higher,

CLI 101 Climatology,

CSC 120 Computer Science I,

ENV 101 Environmental Science,

ENV 102 Environmental Resources,

ENV 104 Environmental Issues of Metropolitan New York,

GLY 101 Physical Geology,

GLY 102 Historical Geology,

GLY 104 Field Laboratory Geology,

MAT 131 Probability with Statistical Inference,

MAT level 200 or higher,

MET 101 Meteorology,

PHY level 200 or higher.
English Composition 6
Humanities 6
Social Science 6
Physical Education 2
Electives 0-13

Other Liberal Arts

Appropriate courses may be used to satisfy this requirement. No course may be used to satisfy more than one category in this section.

Courses must be selected from at least four attribute types listed below:

- Fine and Performing Arts

- Literature

- Communication Arts

- Culture and Diversity

- Western Heritage

- Global Awareness and Non-Western Cultures

- Pluralism and Diversity