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The Degree Plan Explained

Getting Started At Eastfield College

Steps to Your Degree

Associate Degree
Subject Groups
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  1. Communications
    • The Communications component requires 9 credit hours of study.
    • You may select either Speech 1311 or Speech 1315. If you plan to transfer to a four year school, check that school's degree plan to see what is required.
    • You must obtain a grade of "C" or better in English 1301 and Speech 1311 or Speech 1315.
  2. Mathematics
    • The Mathematics component requires 3 credit hours of study.
    • You must obtain a grade of "C" or better in the selected math course.
  3. Lab Science
    • The Lab Science component requires 8 credit hours of study.
    • Note that some four year schools require majors lab science courses not non-major courses. If you plan to transfer to a four year school, check the degree plan for that school to see what is required.
  4. Social/Behavioral Science
    • The Social/Behavioral Science component requires 15 credit hours of study.
  5. Humanities/Visual and Performing Arts
    • The Humanities/Visual and Performing Arts component requires 9 credit hours
      of study.
  6. Institutional Options
    • The Institutional Options component requires 4 credit hours of study.
  7. Electives
    • The Elective component requires 13 credit hours of study.
    • Work with your advisor to select these courses.

There are several Fields of Study Offerings available at Eastfield College. They are: Business, Computer Science, Criminal Justice, Music, Teacher Preparation for Pre-K - Grade 4, Teacher Preparation for Grades 4-8 Certification. For further information, see an advisor.

Degree Plan Course Options

Communications (9 Credit Hours)

Composition I
Composition II
Introduction to Speech Communication or
Fundamentals of Public Speaking
  • English 1301     
  • English 1302     
  • Speech 1311 or     
    Speech 1315 

 

Mathematics (3 Credit Hours)

  • Math 1314
  • Math 1324
  • Math 1332
  • Math 1333
  • Math 1348
  • Math 1414
  • Math 2342
  • Math 2412
College Algebra
Mathematics for Business and Economics
College Mathematics I
College Mathematics II
Analytic Geometry
College Algebra
Introductory Statistics
Precalculus Mathematics

 

Lab Science (8 Credit Hours)

  • Biology 1406
  • Biology 1407
  • Biology 1408
  • Biology 1409
  • Chemistry 1405
  • Chemistry 1407
  • Chemistry 1411
  • Chemistry 1412
  • Geology 1401
  • Geology 1403
  • Geology 1404
  • Geology 1445
  • Physics 1401
  • Physics 1402
  • Physics 1405
  • Physics 1407
  • Physics 1411
  • Physics 1412
  • Physics 1415
  • Physics 1417
  • Physics 2425
  • Physics 2426
General Biology (science majors)
General Biology (science majors)
Biological Science (not majoring in science)
Biological Science (not majoring in science)
Introductory Chemistry I
Introductory Chemistry II
General Chemistry I
General Chemistry II
Earth Science
Physical Science
Historical Geology
Oceanography
Introductory General Physics
Introductory General Physics
Concepts in Physics
Concepts in Physics
Fundamentals of Astronomy
General Introductory Astronomy
Physical Science
Physical Science
General Physics
General Physics

 

Social/Behavioral Sciences (15 Credit Hours)

  • History 1301
  • History 1302
  • Government 2302
  • Government 2302
  • Anthropology 2346
  • Anthropology 2351
  • Economics 1303
  • Economics 2301
  • Economics 2302
  • Economics 2311
  • Psychology 2301
  • Psychology 2314
  • Psychology 2316
  • Sociology 1301
  • Sociology 1306
  • Sociology 2319
History of the United States
History of the United States
American Government
American Government
Introduction to Anthropology
Cultural Anthropology
Economics of Contemporary Social Issues
Principles of Economics I
Principles of Economics II
Economics of Global Issues
Introduction to Psychology
Developmental Psychology
Psychology of Personality
Introduction to Sociology
Social Problems
Race, Ethnicity and Community

 

Humanities (9 Credit Hours)

  • Arts 1301
  • Arts 1303
  • Arts 1304
  • Dance 2303
  • Drama 1310
  • Drama 2366
  • Humanities 1301
  • Music 1306
  • Music 1308
  • Music 1309
  • English 2321
  • English 2322
  • English 2323
  • English 2326
  • English 2327
  • English 2328
  • English 2331
  • English 2332
  • English 2333
  • Cultural Studies 2370
  • History 2321
  • History 2322
  • History 2380
  • History 2381
  • Philosophy 1301
  • Philosophy 2306
  • Philosophy 2307
  • Philosophy 2316
  • Philosophy 2317
  • Religion 1304

Art Appreciation
Survey of Art History
Survey of Art History

Introduction to Theater

Introduction to the Humanities
Music Appreciation


British Literature
British Literature
British Literature
American Literature
American Literature
American Literature
World Literature
World Literature
World Literature
Topics Vary
World Civilizations
World Civilizations
The Heritage of Mexico
African-American History
Introduction to Philosophy
Ethics
Introduction to Social and Political Philosophy
History of Ancient Philosophy
History of Modern Philosophy
Major World Religion

 

Institutional Options (4 Credit Hours)

  • Physical Education 1164
  • Computer Science 1300
Beginning Physical Fitness
Computer Literacy
or higher level COSC course

 

Elective Credits (13 Credit Hours)

  • Select these with the assistance of an advisor.