Sep 27, 2021
Complete this concentration if you are unsure which Bachelor of Science degree you plan to pursue, or if your major is not included in the other concentrations offered.
What can I do with this concentration?
Academic Options: This program has been designed to match as closely as possible the first two years of a life or physical sciences, computer science, or engineering degree at the University of Arizona. Students planning to transfer to another university should meet with an advisor to complete a transfer plan.
Contact any campus Student Services office (https://www.pima.edu/student-resources/advising/index.html).
Program/Major/Concentration Code: AOSASI/ASI1/ASIG
English Composition: 6 Credits
Humanities and Fine Arts: 6 Credits
Biological and Physical Sciences: † *
Social and Behavioral Sciences: 6 Credits
Other Requirement Options: †
- Fulfilled by Major/Elective MAT courses above MAT 220 and/or additional Science courses.
AGEC Special Requirements
The I, C, and G requirements should be fulfilled by completing appropriate courses in the above categories.
Required Core Courses
A grade of C or better is required in all courses for graduation.
Major Electives: 19-23 Credits
Complete appropriate AGEC Science courses, MAT courses numbered 231 or higher, CIS courses, and second language^ courses if needed, which meet major requirements for a bachelor’s degree. Must include at least 6 credits of MAT 231 or higher and/or AGEC Science courses
Total Credits as Displayed: 60-64 Credits
† Core or support course(s) fulfill this requirement.
¥ AGEC requires 35 credits. This subtotal shows the AGEC credits not fulfilled by core or support courses.
* See the university major requirements for selection of the appropriate science course sequence.
** For students who complete MAT 220 without the need for the prerequisite courses, MAT 188 and/or MAT 189 may be waived and substituted with additional Major Electives
^ Bachelor of Science majors at the UA require two semesters of a second language, and a maximum of two language courses are applicable to this concentration.
For some majors it is recommended to take the language courses in the first two years, and others not until the third or fourth year. See the Degree Search pages (https://degreesearch.arizona.edu/ ) for details about the major you plan to pursue.