General Studies in Math and Natural Sciences (ASGSMS)

Associate in Science

This program allows students to design a program of study to meet their individual needs. This may be a good option if students are undecided about a major and want to explore a variety of discipline areas with a concentration in math and natural sciences. The program also allows students to customize their coursework to the requirements of the senior college or university to which they are transferring. Students should begin by meeting with a counselor who will assist them in developing a program of study that meets all of the College's graduation requirements. A counselor can also help students determine their interests and career and educational goals as well as provide transfer and career information.

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Some concentrations in this program are also available online.

Program is also available online

2021-2022 Academic Requirements

This program allows students to design a program of study to meet their individual needs. This may be a good option if students are undecided about a major and want to explore a variety of discipline areas with a concentration in math and natural sciences. The program also allows students to customize their coursework to the requirements of the senior college or university to which they are transferring. Students should begin by meeting with a counselor who will assist them in developing a program of study that meets all of the College's graduation requirements. A counselor can also help students determine their interests and career and educational goals as well as provide transfer and career information.

Math/Science Concentration
Complete a concentration in math or science 15 credit hours from no more than two disciplines chosen from Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Geology, Math or Physics (A minimum of 6 credits at the 200 level is strongly recommended). Students transferring to EMU should select from the following WCC courses: BIO 161, BIO 162, BIO 208, BIO 215, BIO 227, BIO 228; CEM 105, CEM 111, CEM 122, CEM 140, CEM 211, CEM 222; ENV 101, ENV 105; GLG 100, GLG 103, GLG 104, GLG 114, GLG 276; MTH 191, MTH 192, MTH 197, MTH 293, MTH 295; PHY 111, PHY 122, PHY 211, PHY 222. Please see an advisor to select courses that will meet the requirements of the college to which you are transferring.

Concentration 2
Complete a second concentration. Select 9 credits from no more than two disciplines listed below (A minimum of 3 credits at the 200 level is strongly recommended). Select from Anthropology, Arabic, Art, Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Chinese, Communication, Computer Information Systems, Computer Networking Technology, Computer Science, Computer Systems Security, Computer Systems Technology, Criminal Justice, Dance, Drama, Economics, English, Environmental Science, French, Geography, Geology, German, Health Science, History, Humanities, Math, Music, Philosophy, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology or Spanish.

Eastern Michigan University, Technology Management BS

Division
Math-Science-Engineering Tech
Department
Physical Sciences Dept
Advisors
Jerrell McCowin
First Semester
Class Title Minimum Credits
ENG 111   Composition I 4
  Concentration 2: select a course 3
  Math/Science concentration: select a course 3
  Soc. Sci. Elective(s) 1 3
  Nat. Sci. Elective(s) 3
Total 16
Second Semester
Class Title Minimum Credits
  Speech/Comp. Elective(s) 3
  MTH 191 or higher 4
  Arts/Human. Elective(s) 1 3
  Math/Science concentration: select a course 3
Total 13
Third Semester
Class Title Minimum Credits
  Elective(s) to reach a minimum 60 credits 3
  Concentration 2: select a course 3
  Math/Science concentration: select a course 3
  Math/Science concentration: select a course 3
  Nat. Sci. Lab Elective(s) 3
Total 15
Fourth Semester
Class Title Minimum Credits
  Arts/Human. Elective(s) 2 3
  Concentration 2: select a course 3
  Math/Science concentration: select a course 3
  Soc. Sci. Elective(s) 2 3
  General Education Elective(s) (0-1 credits) to reach a minimum 30 General Education Credits 1
  Elective(s) to reach a minimum 60 credits 3
Total 16

Total Credits Required
60

Footnotes

Courses used to meet General Education Requirements cannot be counted toward the minimum credits for the concentrations.