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2012-2013 Catalog and Student Handbook 
2012-2013 Catalog and Student Handbook [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Tennessee Transfer Pathway

Mathematics (A.S. Degree)

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General Education Requirements

Note: All courses must be from the Approved Courses for General Education  courses for each category listed in the General Education section of this catalog.

General Courses

  • *ENGL 1010 - Composition I Credits: 3
  • *ENGL 1020 - Composition II Credits: 3
  • *SPCH 1010 - Fundamentals of Speech Communication Credits: 3
  • or other approved speech/communication course - Credits: 3

  • Humanities and/or Fine Arts (at least one course in literature) Credits: 9
  • + Social/Behavioral Sciences - Credits: 6
  • History - Credits: 6
  • Natural Sciences - Credits: 8
  • *MATH 1910 - Calculus I Credits: 4

    +: Students who wish to pursue a concentration in actuarial science available at the University of Tennessee, Chattanooga; Middle Tennessee State University; or Tennessee State University should complete Economics I & II to fulfill the requirement in social/behavioral sciences.

Emphasis Courses

Total Credit Hours: 60

Transfer Requirements

Tennessee Transfer Path to UT/TBR four year universities in compliance with Complete College Tennessee Act of 2010.

Additional Information Regarding Foreign Language

At some universities, foreign language may be required in certain programs that lead to the Bachelor of Science Degree. Complete information regarding foreign language requirements at each university may be found on the transfer and articulation websites of the Tennessee Board of Regents and the University of Tennessee System. Community college students are encouraged to be familiar with foreign language requirements at the universities and, if applicable, complete the requirements before transferring.

Effective Fall 2011

For Further Information

Nancy Forrester 
Dean, Mathematics
Telephone: 423.354.2521

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