Social/Behavioral Sciences & Business Division


Social/Behavioral Sciences & Business Division

Areas of Concentration

Briefly stated, the purpose and curricula in the Social/Behavioral Sciences & Business Division of Angelina College is designed to meet the needs of four groups of students who plan to enter or continue careers in the field of business.

 

  1. Students who desire to continue their education at a senior college or university after two years at Angelina College. This two-year curriculum is designed for the student who needs to transfer to a senior college or university to complete a Baccalaureate Degree in Business Administration. This degree plan is designed so most, if not all, courses will transfer to senior colleges and universities. Students planning to complete a four-year degree in the areas of General Business,  Computer Information Systems, Economics, Finance, Management, Marketing, and/or International Business should follow the curriculum shown under the Leading to a BBA Degree, Associate in Science in Business. Also available for Business Division majors are other Baccalaureate degree options, such as the BAAS degree.

 

  1. Students who desire to obtain a two-year degree from Angelina College prior to or while concurrently pursuing a career in the field of business. Students in this group normally plan to enter the work force prior to or upon graduation and do not intend to continue their formal education at a senior college or university. These students can pursue one of several Associate in Applied Science degrees in the fields of Computer Information Systems, General Business, Management Development (Management/Marketing), Office Administration and Office Administration – Legal Secretary. Many of the courses in some of these programs will not transfer to a four-year school Baccalaureate degrees are a potential option for Management Development, Office Administration and Computer Information Systems and courses do transfer in many cases. Tech Prep Enhanced Skills Certificates are available for AAS graduates in General Business, Management Development, and Computer Information Systems.

 

  1. Students who desire a one-year or one-semester course of study at Angelina College prior to entering the work force. Angelina College offers a one-year certificate in General Business, Management Development, Network Administration, Networking, Computer Programmer/Specialist, Office Administration and Office Administration-Legal Secretary-Word Processing, or Real Estate. These certificates offer intensive courses of study to provide the necessary training and knowledge in these particular fields. Also available are one semester certificates in Office Administration, Microcomputer Applications and Operations, and Real Estate. These are for those students who desire or need to seek gainful employment or advancement at the earliest possible time.

 

  1. Students who desire to participate in one of the career development programs offered by the Social/Behavioral Sciences & Business Division at Angelina College. The students in this group are those desiring to learn a new skill or upgrade an existing one. The programs in this area are geared to existing employment requirements of business and industry and are modified periodically to keep current with technology, requirements of a particular course of study, or business/industry demands. This might include one course or a group of courses in the areas of Computer Information Systems, Management/Marketing Development, Office Administration or Real Estate.

 

Specific degree/course requirements for Associate in Science (Leading to a BBA), Associate in Applied Science degrees, and for the one-year and one-semester Certificates of Completion programs are shown on the following pages. No deviations from the listed courses will be permitted unless specifically approved in writing by the student’s advisor and the associate dean.

 


GENERAL BUSINESS

ASSOCIATE IN APPLIED SCIENCE

CREDIT HRS

First Year

First Semester
BUSI 1301 – Business Principles3
POFT 1321 – Business Math3
ENGL 1301– Composition I3
ACNT 1303 – Intro to AccountingOR
ACCT 2301– Principles of Financial Accounting3
POFT 2303* – Speed and Accuracy Building3
STSU 0300 – Student Development0
Total Hours15
Second Semester
ITSW 1304 – Intro to Spreadsheets3
HRPO 1311 – Human Relations3
ENGL 1302*– Composition II3
ACNT 1304* – Intro to Accounting I & II OR
ACCT 2302* – Principles of Managerial Accounting3
POFI 1301 – Computer Application I OR
ITSC 1301 – Introduction to Computers3
Total Hours15

Second Year

First Semester
BUSI 2301 – Business Law3
HECO 1307 – Personal Finance3
MRKG 1311 – Principles of Marketing3
ITSW 1301* – Introduction to Word Processing3
ECON 2301– Principles of Macroeconomics3
Total hours15
Second Semester
MATH 1314 - College Algebra OR
MATH 1332 - Contemporary Math3
BMGT 1327 – Principles of Management3
BUSI 2304* – Business Report Writing and Correspondence3
2302– Principles of Microeconomics3
ARTS 1301, DRAM 1310, MUSI 1310, OR MUSI 13063
Total Hours15

Total Hours for Degree

60

*Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions


 GENERAL BUSINESS

CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION

(LEVEL ONE CERTIFICATE)

CREDIT HRS

First Semester
ACNT 1303 – Introduction to Accounting 3
BUSI 1301 – Business Principles3
POFT 1321 – Business Math3
ENGL 1301 – Composition3
POFT 1429 – Beginning Keyboarding OR
POFT 2303* – Speed & Accuracy Building3-4
PHED – Activity Course1
STSU 0300 – Student Development0
Total Hours16/17
Second Semester
ACNT 1304* – Introduction to Accounting II3
ITSW 1304 – Intro to Spreadsheets3
BUSI 2304* – Business Report Writing & Correspondence3
POFI 1301 – Computer Applications I OR
ITSE 1307 – Introduction to C++ Programming 3
Elective selected from list below3
POFT 2303* – Speed & Accuracy Building3
ITSW 1301* – Introduction to Word Processing3
PHED - Activity Course1
Total Hours19

Total Hours for Certificate

35/36

*Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions
**Elective List: ITSC 1301 – Introduction to Computers, SPCH 1321 – Business and Professional Speaking, BMGT 1301 – Supervision, POFT 1301 – Business English, or POFT 1309– Administrative Office Procedures I


GENERAL BUSINESS

MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT EMPHASIS

CREDIT HRS

BMGT 1301 – Supervision 3
MRKG 2349 – Advertising & Sales Promotion or
BUSG 1380 – Coop. Ed. Business 3
HRPO 2301 – Human Resource Management3
BUSG 2309 – Small Business Management3

Total Hours for Certificate

12


GENERAL BUSINESS

OFFICE ADMINISTRATION EMPHASIS

CREDIT HRS

POFT 2303** – Speed & Accuracy Building OR
POFT 2364** – Practicum 3
POFT 1301 – Business English3
POFI 2331** – Desktop Publishing for the Office3
POFT 1319 – Records & Information Management I3

Total Hours for Certificate

12

*The Enhanced Skills Components can be achieved concurrently or following completion of the General Business Associate in Applied Science degree.
**Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions


Field of Study Program:

  • BBA

Senate Bill 148 of the 75th Texas Legislature (1997) mandated Field of Study curricula. The field of study curricula, along with core curricula, are intended to facilitate transferability of courses among Texas public colleges and universities. All public four-year institutions are required to accept Coordinating Board approved field of study courses in fulfillment of lower-division requirements for bachelor’s degrees in majors that correspond to the field of study. Core Curriculum and Field of Study for Bachelor of Business Administration is designed for students seeking the BBA degree, including all specializations, concentrations, etc.

The following set of courses is designed to apply to the bachelor’s degree BA or BS as deemed appropriate by the awarding institution. The field of study curriculum is furthermore intended to serve as a guide for community and technical colleges in structuring a transfer curriculum in Business Administration. Fields of study are valid only when no course substitutions are made.

 

Core Curriculum Courses

Select courses from the Core Curriculum.

Semester Credit Hours: 42

 

Students should visit with an advisor regarding transfer to a specific college or university.

 

1BBA Field of Study

21-24

ECON 2301Principles of Macroeconomics
ECON 2302Principles of Microeconomics
MATH 1324Finite Math
MATH 1342Elementary Statistical Methods
SPCH 1321Business & Professional Speaking
ACCT 2301Principles of Financial Accounting
ACCT 2302Principles of Managerial Accounting
BUSI 2304Business Report Writing & Correspondence

Other Credits

1

Total Credit Hours

60

1Notes: Courses applied to fulfill the field of study curriculum requirement should also be used to satisfy requirements in the general academic core curriculum. (2) Up to a total of six additional semester credit hours of business-related lower-division course work may be transferred by local agreement between institutions, OR required by the receiving institution as long as the additional credit does not duplicate any other requirement. (3) Special circumstances dictate other supplements to the field of study curriculum.


LEADING TO BBA DEGREE

ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE IN BUSINESS

CREDIT HRS

First Year

First Semester
ENGL 13013
HIST 1301 3
Science & Lab - Chemistry, Physics, Geology OR Biology4
ARTS 1301, DRAM 1310, MUSI 1310 OR MUSI 13063
STSU 0300 – Student Development0
PHED – Activity Course1
Total Hours14
Second Semester
ENGL 1302– Composition II3
HIST 1302 – U.S. History3
Science & Lab - Chemistry, Physics, Geology OR Biology4
SPCH 1321 – Business & Professional Speaking3
BUSI 1301 – Business Principles3
Total Hours16

Second Year

First Semester
ACCT 2301 – Principles of Financial Accounting3
ECON 2301 – Principles of Economics3
ENGL 2322, 2323, 2327, 2328, 2332, 2333, OR 23413
GOVT 2305– Federal Government3
MATH 1324*– Math for Business & Social Science3
Total Hours15
Second Semester
ACCT 2302* – Principles of Managerial Accounting3
BUSI 2304* – Business Report Writing and Correspondence3
ECON 2302 – Principles of Economics3
GOVT 2306 – State Government3
MATH 1342*– Elementary Statistics3
Total Hours15

Total Hours for Degree

60

*Prerequisites: See Course Description
Courses shown in Italics indicate Field of Study Curriculum for B.A., B.S. and B.B.A. degrees.


COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS

PROGRAMMER/ANALYST

ASSOCIATE IN APPLIED SCIENCE

CREDIT HRS

First Year

First Semester
ITSC 1301 – Introduction to Computers3
ITSE 1302 – Computer Programming3
ITNW 1325* – Fundamentals of Networking Technologies3
BUSI 1301 – Business Principles3
ENGL 1301– Composition I3
STSU 0X00 – Student Development0
Total Hours15
Second Semester
ITSE 1307* – Introduction to C++3
ITSE 1331* – Introduction to Visual Basic Programming3
ITSE 1350* – Systems Analysis and Design I3
MATH 1314* – College Algebra OR
MATH 1332* – Math for Business & Social Science3
ARTS 1301, DRAM 1310, MUSI 1310, OR MUSI 13063
Total Hours15

Second Year

First Semester
ITSW 1307 – Introduction to Data Base3
ITSW 1304 – Introduction to Spreadsheets3
INEW 2330* – Comprehensive Software Project: Planning & Design3
ACCT 2301 Principles of Financial Accounting3
SPCH 1315 Public Speaking3
Total Hours15
Second Semester
ITSE 2317* – Java Programming3
INEW 2332* – Comprehensive Software Project: Coding, Testing, & Implementation3
ITSC 2380* – Cooperative Education, Computer & Information Sciences
ITSC 2339* – Personal Computer Help Desk Support3
ECON 2301– Principles of Macroeconomics3
and ACCT 2302* – Principles of Managerial Accounting3
Total Hours15

Total Hours for Degree

60

*Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions


COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS

COMPUTER PROGRAMMER SPECIALIST

CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION
(LEVEL 1 CERTIFICATE)

CREDIT HRS

First Semester
ENGL 1301 – Composition3
SPCH 1315 – Public Speaking3
HRPO 1311 – Human Relations or
BMGT 1327 – Principles of Management3
ITSC 1301 – Introduction to Computers3
ITSE 1302 – Computer Programming3
Total Hours15
Second Semester
ITSE 1331* – Introduction to Visual Basic Programming3
ITSE 1307* – Introduction to C++ Programming3
ITSE 2317* – Java Programming3
ITSC 2380* – Cooperative Education, Computer and Information Sciences OR
ITSC 2339* – Personal Computer Help Desk Support3
Total Hours12

Total Hours for Certificate

27

*Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions


MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS & OPERATIONS

CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION

(LEVEL 1 CERTIFICATE)

CREDIT HOURS

First Semester
ITSC 1301 – Introduction to Computers3
ITSW 1304 – Introduction to Spreadsheets3
ITSW 1307 – Introduction to Database3
ITSW 1310 – Introduction to Presentation Graphics Software3
ITSW 1301* – Introduction to Word Processing3

Total Hours for Certificate

15

*Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions


COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS

NETWORK SUPPORT TECHNICIAN

ASSOCIATE IN APPLIED SCIENCE

CREDIT HRS

First Year

First Semester
ITNW 1325* – Fundamentals of Networking Technologies3
ITCC 1314 – CCNA: Introduction to Networks3
CMPT 1311 – Introduction to Computer Maintenance3
LOTT 1301 – Introduction to Fiber Optics3
ENGL 1301 – Composition3
STSU 0X00 – Student Development0
Total Hours15
Second Semester
ITNW 1408* – Implementing & SUpporting Client Operating Sytems4
ITCC 1340* – CCNA 2: Routing and Switching Essentials3
ITSC 1307* – UNIX Operating Systems I OR
ITSC 1305* – Personal Computer Operating Systems3
ITSE 1302 – Computer Programming3
SPCH 1315 – Public Speaking3
Total Hours16

Second Year

First Semester
ITNW 1454* – Implementing & Supporting Servers4
ITSY 2400* – Operating System Security4
ITCC 2312 – CCNA 3: Scaling Networks - CCNA R & S3
ITSE1331* – Introduction to Visual Basic Design OR
ITSE1307* – Introduction to C++ Programming OR
ITSE 2317* – Java Programming3
Total Hours14
Second Semester
ITCC 2313* – CCNA 4: WAN3
ITSC 2380* – Cooperative Education, Computer & Information Sciences OR
ITSC 2339* – Personal Computer Help Desk Support3
ARTS 1301, DRAM 1310, MUSI 1310, OR MUSI 13063
ECON 2301– Principles of Macroeconomics3
MATH 1314* – College Algebra OR
MATH 1324* – Math for Business & Soc. Science3
Total Hours15

Total Hours for Degree

60

COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS

NETWORK ADMINISTRATION

CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION
(LEVEL 1 CERTIFICATE)

CREDIT HRS

First Semester
ITNW 1325* – Fundamentals of Networking Technologies3
ITNW 1408* – Implementing & Supporting Client Operating Systems4
ITNW 1454* – Implementing & Supporting Servers4
Total Hours11
Second Semester
ITSY 2400* – Operating System Security4
ITSC 2380* – Cooperative Education, Computer & Information Sciences OR
ITSC 2339* – Personal Computer Help Desk Support3
Total Hours7

Total Hours for Certificate

18


COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS

NETWORKING

CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION
(LEVEL 1 CERTIFICATE)

CREDIT HRS

First Year

First Semester
ITNW 1325* – Fundamentals of Networking Technologies3
ITNW 1408* – Implementing & Supporting Client Operating Systems4
ITNW 1454* – Implementing & Supporting Servers4
ITSY 2400* – Operating System Security4
Total Hours15
Second Semester
ITNW 1453* – Supporting Network Server Infrastructure4
ITNW 2354* – Internet/Intranet Server3
ITNW 1445* – Implementing Network Directory Services4
Total Hours11

Second Year

First Semester
ITNW 2411* – Implementing Mail Servers OR
ITNW 2452* – Administering SQL Server4
ITSC 2380* – Cooperative Education, Computer & Information Sciences OR
ITSC 2339* – Personal Computer Help Desk Support3
Total Hours7

Total Hours for Certificate

33

*Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions

COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS

WEB TECHNOLOGY

ASSOCIATE IN APPLIED SCIENCE

CREDIT HRS

First Year
First Semester
ITSC 1301 – Introduction to Computers3
ITSE 1302 – Computer Programming3
IMED 1416 – Web Design I4
ARTV 1351 – Digital Video3
Total Hours13
Second Semester
ARTC 1402 – Digital Imaging4
ITSE 1350 – System Analysis and Design I3
IMED 2315 – Web Design II3
ITSE 2317 – Java Programming 3
ENGL 1301 – Composition I 3
Total Hours16
Second Year
First Semester
INEW 2330 – Comprehensive Software Project: Planning & Design3
ARTC 2405 – Digital Imaging II4
IMED 2309 – Internet Commerce3
ECON 2301 – Principles of Macroeconomics3
SPCH 1315 – Public Speaking3
Total Hours16
Second Semester
ITSC 2380 – Cooperative Education, Computer & Information Sciences OR
ITSC 2339 – Personal Computer Helpdesk3
ARTS 2348 – Digital Art I3
INEW 2332 – Comprehensive Software Project: Coding, Testing & Implementation3
ARTS 1301 – Art Appreciation OR
DRAM 1310 – Introduction to Theater OR3
MUSI 1306 – Music Appreciation OR
MUSI 1310 – American Jazz3
MATH 1314 – College Algebra OR
MATH 1324 – Mathematics for Business/Social Sciences3
Total Hours15
Total Hours for Degree60

COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS

WEB TECHNOLOGY

LEVEL 1 CERTIFICATE

CREDIT HRS

First Year
First Semester
ITSC 1301 – Introduction to Computers3
ITSE 1302 – Computer Programming3
IMED 1416 – Web Design I4
ARTV 1351 – Digital Video3
Total Hours13
Second Semester
IMED 2315 – Web Design II3
ARTS 2348 – Digital Art I3
ITSE 2317 – Java Programming 3
ARTC 1402 – Digital Imaging I4
ITSE 1350 – System Analysis and Design I3
Total Hours16
Second Year
First Semester
INEW 2330 – Comprehensive Software Project: Planning & Design3
ARTC 2405 – Digital Imaging II4
IMED 2309 – Internet Commerce3
Total Hours10
Total Hours for Degree39

ENHANCED SKILLS CERTIFICATE**

COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS

NETWORK SUPPORT TECHNICIAN
NETWORK DESIGN EMPHASIS

REQUIRED TECHNICAL CORE COURSES

CREDIT HRS

ITNW 1453* – Supporting Network Server Infrastructure4
ITNW 2354* – Internet/Intranet Server3
ITNW 1445* – Implementing Network Directory Services4

Total Hours for Certificate

11

*Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions

**The Enhanced Skills component can be achieved concurrently or following
completion of the Associate in Applied Science degree.

 

MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT

ASSOCIATE IN APPLIED SCIENCE

A MANAGEMENT, MARKETING & SMALL BUSINESS PROGRAM

CREDIT HRS

First Year

First Semester
ARTS 1301, DRAM 1310, MUSI 1310, OR MUSI 13063
BMGT 1327 – Principles of Management3
BUSI 1301 – Business Principles3
ENGL 1301– Composition I3
POFT 1321 – Business Math 3
STSU 0X00 – Student Development0
Total Hours15
Second Semester
HECO 1307 – Personal Finance3
HRPO 1311 – Human Relations3
MRKG 1311 – Principles of Marketing3
POFI 1301 – Computer Applications I3
SPCH 1321 – Business & Professional Speech3
Total Hours15

Second Year Year

First Semester
ACCT 2301 – Principles of Financial Accounting3
BUSG 1380 - Cooperative Education I, Business3
ECON 2301–Principles Macroeconomics3
HRPO 2301 – Human Resources Management
ITSW 1304 – Intro to Spreadsheets3
Total Hours15
Second Semester
BUSG 2309 – Small Business Management.3
BUSG 1381 - Cooperative Education II, Business3
BUSI 2301 - Business Law3
BUSI 2304* – Business Report Writing and Correspondence 3
MATH 1314*, MATH 1332*, OR Core Curriculum 3 hour science3
Total Hours15

Total Hours for Degree

60

*Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions


MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT

CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION

(LEVEL 1 CERTIFICATE)

CREDIT HRS

First Semester
BUSI 1301 – Business Principles3
ENGL 1301 – Composition I3
POFI 1301 – Computer Applications I3
POFT 1321 – Business Math3
SPCH1321 – Business & Professional Speech3
STSU 0X00 – Student Development0
Total Hours15
Second Semester
BMGT 1327 – Principles of Management3
BUSG 1380 – Coop Ed I – Business, General3
HECO 1307 – Personal Finance3
ITSW 1304 – Intro to Spreadsheets3
MRKG 1311 – Principles of Marketing3
Total Hours15

Total Hours for Certificate

30


ENHANCED SKILLS CERTIFICATE*

MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT

MANAGEMENT EMPHASIS

CREDIT HRS

First Semester
HRPO 2301 – Human Resources Management OR
BUSG 2309 – Small Business Management3
BUSI 2301 – Business Law OR
BUSI 2304** – Business Report Writing and Correspondence3
ACCT 2302** – Principles of Managerial Accounting3
HECO 1307** – Personal Finance3

Total Hours for Certificate

12


MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT

COMPUTER EMPHASIS

CREDIT HRS

First Semester
HRPO 2301 – Human Resources Management OR
BUSG 2309 – Small Business Management3
BUSI 2301 – Business Law OR
BUSI 2304** – Business Report Writing and Correspondence3
ITSW 1307 – Introduction to Data Base3
ITSW 1301** – Introduction to Word Processing3

Total Hours for Certificate

12

*The Enhanced Skills Components can be achieved concurrently or following completion of the Management Development Associate in Applied Science Degree.

**Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions


OFFICE ADMINISTRATION

ASSOCIATE IN APPLIED SCIENCE

CREDIT HRS

First Year

First Semester
ACNT 1303 – Introduction to Accounting OR
ACCT 2301 – Principles of Financial Accounting3
ITSW 1303* – Intro to Word Processing3
ITSW 1304 – Intro to Spreadsheets3
POFT 1309* – Administrative Office Procedures3
POFT 1319 – Records & Information Management I3
STSU 0X00 – Student Development0
Total Hours15
Second Semester
ACNT 1311* – Intro to Computerized Accounting OR
ACCT 2302* – Principles of Managerial Accounting3
BUSI 1301 – Business Principles3
POFI 2331 – Desktop Publishing3
POFT 1301* – Business English3
POFI 2303* – Speed and Accuracy Building3
Total Hours15

Second Year

First Semester
ENGL 1301 Composition I3
POFI 1301 – Computer Applications I OR
HITT 1305 – Medical Terminology3
POFT 1321 – Business Math3
HRPO 1311 – Human Relations3
ARTS 1301, DRAM 1310, MUSI 1310, OR MUSI 13063
Total Hours15
Second Semester
SPCH 1321 Business & Professional Speech3
ECON 2301 Principles of Macroeconomics OR3
PSYC 2301 - General Psychology
MATH 1314 - College Algebra OR
MATH 1332 - Contemporary Math3
BUSI 2304* – Business Report Writing and Correspondence3
POFT 2364* – Practicum Admin Assistant3
Total Hours15

Total Hours for Degree

60

*Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions


OFFICE ADMINISTRATION

CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION

(LEVEL 1 CERTIFICATE)

CREDIT HRS

First Year

First Semester
ENGL 1301 – Composition3
ACNT 1303 – Introduction to Accounting OR
ACCT 2301 – Principles of Financial Accounting 3
ITSW 1301* – Introduction to Word Processing3
ITSW 1304 – Introduction to Spreadsheets3
POFT 1309* – Administrative Office Procedures I3
POFT 1319 – Records & Info Management3
STSU 0300 – Student Development0
Total Hours18
Second Semester
POFT 2303* – Speed & Accuracy Building3
POFT 1301 – Business English3
POFT 1321 – Business Math3
POFI 2331 – Desktop Publishing3
BUSI 2304* – Business Report Writing and Correspondence3
Total Hours15

Total Hours for Certificate

33

*Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions


OFFICE ADMINISTRATION

WORD PROCESSING

CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION
(LEVEL 1 CERTIFICATE)

CREDIT HRS

First Semester
ITSW 1301* – Introduction to Word Processing3
POFI 2331* – Desktop Publishing3
POFT 2303* – Speed and Accuracy Building3
POFT 1301 – Business English3
POFI 1301 – Computer Applications I3

Total Hours for Certificate

15

*Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions


OFFICE ADMINISTRATION

LEGAL SECRETARY SPECIALITY

ASSOCIATE IN APPLIED SCIENCE

CREDIT HRS

First Year

First Semester
POFT 1321 – Business Math3
POFT 1309* – Administrative Office Procedures I3
ENGL 1301 – Composition3
ITSW 1301* – Introduction to Word Processing3
LGLA 1307 – Introduction to Law and the Legal Profession3
STSU 0X00 – Student Development0
Total Hours15
Second Semester
ITSW 1304 – Introduction to Spreadsheets3
CRIJ 1306 – Court Systems & Practices OR
LGLA 1345* – Civil Litigation3
BUSI 2301 – Business Law3
POFI 2331* – Desktop Publishing for the Office3
POFT 2303* – Speed and Accuracy Building3
Total Hours15

Second Year

First Semester
ACNT 1303 – Introduction to Accounting I3
BUSI 2304* – Business Report Writing & Correspondence3
GOVT 2305 – Federal and State Government OR
PSYC 2301 – General Psychology3
Elective** – Legal Core Course3
MATH 1314 – College Algebra or
MATH 1332 – Contemporary Math3
Total Hours15
Second Semester
POFI 1301 – Computer Applications I3
SPCH 1318 – Interpersonal Communications3
ARTS 1301, DRAM 1310, MUSI 1310, OR MUSI 13063
Elective** – Legal Core Course3
POFT 2364* – Practicum3
Total Hours15

Total Hours for Degree

60

*Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions

**Electives to be selected from list below:

Paralegal Elective Courses:

LGLA 1355 – Family LawLGLA 2309 – Real Property
LGLA 2305 – Interviewing and InvestigatingLGLA 2311 – Business Organizations
LGLA 2309 – Real PropertyRELE 1309 – Real Estate Law

OFFICE ADMINISTRATION

LEGAL SECRETARY SPECIALITY

CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION
(LEVEL 1 CERTIFICATE)

CREDIT HRS

First Year

First Semester
POFT 1321 – Business Math3
POFT 1309* – Administrative Office Procedures I3
ENGL 1301 – Composition3
ITSW 1301* – Introduction to Word Processing3
LGLA 1307 – Introduction to Law and the Legal Profession3
POFT 2303 * – Speed and Accuracy Building3
STSU 0X00 – Student Development0
Total Hours18
Second Semester
ITSW 1304 – Introduction to Spreadsheets3
CRIJ 1306 – Court Systems & Practices OR
LGLA 1345* – Civil Litigation3
ACNT 1303 – Introduction to Accounting 3
BUSI 2301 – Business Law3
POFI 2331* – Desktop Publishing3
Total Hours15

Total Hours for Certificate

33

*Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions


REAL ESTATE

SALESMAN CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION

(LEVEL 1 CERTIFICATE)

CREDIT HRS

First Semester
RELE 1201 – Principles of Real Estate I2
RELE 1238 – Principles of Real Estate II2
RELE 2201 – Law of Agency2
RELE 1211 – Law of Contracts2
RELE 1200 – Contract Forms & Addenda2
RELE 1319 – Real Estate Finance3
RELE 1221 – Real Estate Marketing2

Total Hours for Certificate

15

NOTE: Students must obtain additional information regarding state licensing requirements, etc. from AC Social/Behavioral Sciences & Business Division office, Room B102A.


REAL ESTATE

CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION

(LEVEL 1 CERTIFICATE)

CREDIT HRS

First Semester
RELE 1201 – Principles of Real Estate I2
RELE 1238 – Principles of Real Estate II2
RELE 2201 – Law of Agency2
RELE 1211 – Law of Contracts2
RELE 1200 – Contract Forms & Addenda2
RELE 1319 – Real Estate Finance3
RELE 1221 – Real Estate Marketing2
Total Hours15
Second Semester
ENGL 1301 – Composition3
RELE 1303 – Real Estate Appraisal3
RELE 1309 – Real Estate Law3
RELE 1325 – Real Estate Math3
RELE 2331 – Real Estate Brokerage3
Total Hours15

Total Hours for Certificate

30

NOTE: Students must obtain additional information regarding state licensing requirements, etc. from AC Social/Behavioral Sciences & Business Division office, Room B102A.