ASSOCIATE IN APPLIED SCIENCE DEGREE
To attain the A.A.S. degree, students are required to earn 30 general education credits from the following list of courses. A minimum of four credits must be earned in each of the four categories. Remaining credits may be earned in categories of the student’s choice.
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE
To attain a baccalaureate degree, students must be well grounded in the liberal arts. Students pursuing a B.S. degree in Business Management are required to earn a minimum of fifty-five (55) credits from the four liberal arts disciplines listed below, and students pursuing a B.S. degree in Health Care Management are required to earn a minimum of 54 credits. A minimum of six credits must be earned within each discipline. Students must take a minimum of thirty percent of the total credits for the program at the 300 course level.
|CM301||Art of Persuasion||4|
|GEN121||Principles of Public Speaking||5|
*Either CM121 or GEN101 must be completed by B.S. in Business Management or Health Care Management students.
|GEN102||Introduction to Literature||5|
|GEN111||Survey of Western Music||5|
|GEN113||Survey of Art of the Western World||5|
|GEN122||On Location: The Mystery Novel||2|
|HU100||Introduction to Humanities||4|
|HU121||Film in Society+||4|
|HU122||Film in Western Life+||5|
|HU150||Introduction to Literature||4|
|HU200||Art in the Modern World||4|
+ Note: Students may not take both HU121 and HU122.
|GEN106||Contemporary Social Problems||5|
|GEN108||Introduction to Psychology||5|
|GEN114||Introduction to Archaeology||5|
|GEN117||Adult Development & Aging||5|
|PSY126||Child & Adolescent Development||5|
|PSY314||Psychology of Addictions||5|
|SS130||Law in Society||4|
|SS145||Introduction to Macroeconomics||4|
|SS200||Introduction to Microeconomics||4|
|BIO124||Principles of Biology I||5|
|BIO224||Principles of Biology II||5|
|CHM125||General Chemistry I||5|
|CHM226||General Chemistry II||5|
|CHM228||Organic Chemistry II||5|
|GEN104||Humans in their Biological||5|
|GEN107||Chemistry in Our World||5|
|NS112||Topics in Mathematical Reasoning||4|
|NS116||College Algebra I||4|
|NS140||Anatomy & Physiology I||4|
|NS150||Anatomy & Physiology II||4|
|NS216||College Algebra II||4|
Please refer to program layout pages, as some classes listed as General Education classes may be requirements in specific programs. The above listing is for all General Education classes offered at DBU.
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