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Sample Schedule (2 year plan)

First Semester
ENG-102 Composition & Speech I 4 s.h.
CHM-166 General Chemistry I 5 s.h.
MAT-128 Precalculus a
(If needed for Calculus I)
4 s.h.
SDV-199 College Essentials 1 s.h.
Elective b 3 s.h.
Total 17 s.h.
Second Semester
ENG-103 Composition & Speech II 4 s.h.
CHM-176 General Chemistry II 5 s.h.
MAT-210 Calculus I 4 s.h.
Humanities/Social Science class c 3 s.h.
Total 16 s.h.
Third Semester
CHM-263 Organic Chemistry I 5 s.h.
PHY-212 Classical Physics I d 5 s.h.
MAT-216 Calculus II 4 s.h.
Humanities/Social Science class e 3 s.h.
Total 17 s.h.
Fourth Semester
CHM-273 Organic Chemistry II 5 s.h.
PHY-222 Classical Physics II f 5 s.h.
Humanities/Social Science class 3 s.h.
Elective /Other Gen. Ed. course g 3-4 s.h.
Total 16-17 s.h.

a – Appropriate math level needed before enrolling in any math class. See NIACC catalog for list of General Education courses.
b – American Indian History (HIS-254) if transferring to UNI
c – Macroeconomics (ECN-120), if transferring to ISU.
d – Could take College Physics I/Lab (PHY-162/162L) if transferring to UNI.
e – Microeconomics (ECN-130), if transferring to ISU.
f – Could take College Physics II/Lab (PHY-172/172L), if transferring to UNI.
g – Calculus III (MAT-219), if transferring to ISU

Note: Please check with transfer institution for their specific requirements or check with a NIACC counselor/advisor for further transfer planning.

    • AS Degree requirements are met with this sample schedule. General Education Requirements will need to be completed at most transfer institutions.
    • Check with transfer institution for Foreign Language Requirement.
    • Admission requirements vary from institution to institution. Contact the transfer institution or check with a NIACC counselor/advisor for assistance.
    • Suggested schedule dependent on entry level of student.

Suggested electives and additional General Education courses:

    • Differential Equations
    • Introduction of Computers & Info Sys (BCA-101)
    • Strategies for Academic Success