This worksheet is designed to facilitate the student in planning a program which will meet requirements at DACC. Although it is the responsibility of the student to know and to observe the requirements of his/her curriculum, it is strongly recommended that the student meet with a counselor/advisor in planning a course of study. A well planned program should concurrently meet DACC degree requirements, as well as successfully transfer to fulfill curriculum requirements at a senior institution.
For transfer degrees, the student’s total program must contain a minimum of sixty (60) semester hours of academic work with a cumulative grade point average of not less than 2.0. Candidates for the Associate in Fine Arts in Art, Associate in Fine Arts in Art Education, Associate in Science and Associate in Arts Degree or the Associate in Engineering Science Degree must present an organized program of study that meets the General Education requirements below. The General Education Core Curriculum Certificate completes the State general education requirements.
*A non-western class is recommended from either the Humanities or Social Science categories. Courses in bold/italic type meet the Human Relations content requirement. **Statewide General Education Core course requirements may not be met with the following, unless additional courses are completed. Please consult your advisor.
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