Degree Plan

 

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All English Language Center (ELC) studentsmust file and follow a Foundation Program Plan provided and outlined by a Counselor or Academic Advisor during their first semester of enrollment.  Students must bring their Program Plan with them when they are advised by the Counselor or Academic Advisor at each registration period. Once students successfully complete the ELC Program they must follow the AA, AS or AAS Educational Degree Plan they filed with the Counselor or Academic Advisor.

 

All Transition and College Level studentsmust file and follow an AS, AA or AAS Educational Degree Plan provided and outlined by a Counselor or Academic Advisor during their first semester of enrollment as a Transition Level student. Students must bring the Degree Plan with them when they are advised by the Counselor or Academic     Advisor at each registration period.

 

General Education Core Requirement

All students wishing to earn an AA, AS or AAS Degree are required to complete a 30 credit hour general education core requirement. The general education core component consists of courses in English, Communication, Computer Literacy, Social and Behavioral Science, Math, Humanities and Natural Sciences. See your advisor for more information.  

 

The following table lists the general education or
academic core that is required for all degrees:

 

 

Component Area

Credit Hours

Courses

Language – English Track, or

6

ENGL 1301 & ENGL 1302

 

Language – Arabic Track

ARAB 1301 & ARAB 1302

 

Communications – English Track, or

6

Any 2 of the following courses:

ARAB 1301, ARAB 1302,

COMM 1307 – Intro to Mass Communications,

FREN 1411, GERM 1411, SPAN 1411

 

Communications – Arabic Track

ENGL 1301 and any one of the following courses:

ENGL 1302, COMM 1307 or
FREN 1411, GERM 1411, SPAN 1411

 

Mathematics

3

Any College-Level Math course: MATH 1314, 1316, 1324, 1325, 2412, 2413, 2414

 

Natural Sciences

3

Any Natural Science course: BIOL 1306, CHEM 1305, CHEM 1411, GEOL 1403, PHYS 1305, PHYS 1401

 

Social/Behavioral Sciences

3

Any one of the following courses: ANTH 2346,

ECON 2301, ECON 2302, SCOI 1301, PSYC 2301

 

Humanities/Fine Arts

3

Any one of the following courses:

PHIL 1301, PHIL 2306

DRAM 1310, DRAM2366, MUSI 1301, MUSI 1306

 

Computer Literacy

3

BCIS 1305 OR BCIS 1401– Business Computer Applications, or

COSC1436 – Programming Fundamentals I

 

Student Success

2

GUST 1270 – College and Career Planning

 

Information Literacy

& Research

1

LIBR 1191 – Intro to Library Research

 

 

Total Hours

30

 

 

 

Obtaining an AA or AS Degree from CCQ and HCC

In addition to obtaining a degree from CCQ, students who are interested in pursuing an Associate’s Degree from Houston Community College (HCC) must satisfy residency requirements with HCC.  Eighteen (18) College level hours are required for residency. These courses are taught by HCC professors online through distance education. Students must meet with a Counselor or Advisor to ensure all appropriate degree requirements for graduation have been satisfied for each College, CCQ and HCC.