Associate of Science at Donnelly

Courses

Donnelly core (24 credit hours)

  • EN 100: Freshman Seminar or CCS 101 First Year Experience or CCS 100 College and Career Success
    EN 111: Composition I
  • EN 112: Composition II
  • EN 140: Public Speaking
  • PH 210: Introduction to Philosophy
  • IT 111: Microcomputer Essentials
  • MT 130: College Algebra or any Math course with MT 130: – College Algebra as a pre-requisite
  • PH 225/RS 225: Foundations of Theology

Natural Sciences (13-15 credit hours)
Students must complete two 5-credit hour Natural Science courses with a laboratory and one 3-5 credit hour course Natural Science course from the following disciplines to satisfy the Natural Science Requirement:

  •  Biology
  •  Chemistry
  •  Science

Humanities (6 credit hours)
Students must complete two 3-credit hour courses from two different disciplines:

  •  English
  •  Fine Arts
  •  History
  •  Philosophy
  •  Religion
  •  Spanish

Social Science (6 credit hours)
Students must complete two 3-credit hour courses from two different disciplines:

  •  Anthropology
  •  Business
  •  Economics
  •  Education
  •  Geography
  •  Psychology
  •  Sociology

Electives (9-11 credit hours)
U.S. Constitutional Requirement
Students must complete one course that satisfies the U.S. Constitution requirement. The student may use one of their required humanities or social science courses to meet this requirement.

Courses that satisfy this requirement include:

  • HS 121: Early American History
  • HS 122: Late American History
  • PS 101: Principles of Political Science
  • PS 111: American Government
  • PS 112: State and Local Government

Non-Western Civilization Requirement
Students must complete one course that satisfies the non- western civilization requirement. The student may use one of their required humanities or social science courses to meet this requirement.

Courses that satisfy this requirement include:

  • HS 101: Early World Civilization
  • HS 102: Modern World Civilization
  • GE 101: Geography

To learn more about Donnelly courses, please visit the Course Description section of the College Catalog