Associate of Arts in University Studies in Math and Science for Transfer (AAT)
This degree prepares students for transfer to a four-year university. Students completing this degree will have an introductory foundation in mathematics and science. Students will gain an understanding of basic mathematical concepts, quantitative reasoning and their application, experimental methodology, hypotheses testing, and the power of systematic questioning. Students will also develop a comprehension of the basic concepts of physical and biological sciences, and a sophisticated understanding of science as a human endeavor, including the limitations, as well as the power of scientific inquiry.
- Apply the principles of mathematics to the process of scientific investigation.
- Explain and apply quantitative reasoning.
- Demonstrate an understanding of science and mathematical concepts relevant to inquiry at the university level.
Transfer & Career Opportunities
The College maintains articulation with most CSU and UC campuses and some private colleges and universities. Course requirements vary between colleges and universities and students are encouraged to consult ASSIST.org and a COS counselor for program planning and course selection. This degree prepares students for baccalaureate majors including, but not limited to: Atmospheric Science, Biotechnology, Computer Science, Engineering, Enology, Food and Nutritional Sciences, Genetics, Health Science, Hydrology, Kinesiology, Natural Science, Pre-Nursing (B.S.N.), Physics, and many pre-professional majors: Pre-Med, Pre-Dental, Pre-Pharmacy, Pre-Optometry, Pre-Veterinary Med, and Pre-Chiropractic.
|General Education (37-39 Units)||37-39|
|Select one of the following General Education patterns:|
California State University General Education (CSU-GE) *
Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) **
|Concentration - Math and Science (18 Units)||18|
|Complete a minimum of 18 units with a "C" grade or better, including at least one mathematics course and at least one science course from the lists below. Courses used to fulfill the general education requirements listed above may be counted as part of the 18 unit minimum.|
|List A: Mathematics (3-15 Units)||3-15|
|Business Statistics *|
|Quantitative Methods *|
|Structure and Concepts 1 *|
|Structure and Concepts 2 *|
|Introduction to Statistics *|
|Calculus 1 *|
|Calculus 2 *|
|Calculus 3 *|
|Linear Algebra *|
|Differential Equations *|
|Statistics - Social Sciences *|
|List B: Science (3-15 Units)||3-15|
|Environmental Conservation *|
|Soil Science *|
|Introduction to Astronomy *|
|Principles of Biology 1 *|
|Principles of Biology 2 *|
|Frontiers in Biology *|
|Plant Biology *|
|Animal Biology *|
|Human Ecology *|
|Human Anatomy *|
|Human Physiology *|
|General Microbiology *|
|General Chemistry 1 *|
|General Chemistry 2 *|
|Intro to General Chemistry *|
|Organic/Biological Chemistry *|
and Physical Geography Lab Class *
|Physical Geology *|
|Earth History *|
|Environmental Geology *|
|Elementary Meteorology *|
|General Physics 1 *|
|General Physics 2 *|
|Physics 1: Mechanics & Waves *|
|Physics 2: E&M and Heat *|
|Physics 3: Modern Physics *|
|Intro to Plant Science *|
|Physical Science *|
|Electives (5-15 Units)||5-15|
|Select additional transferable courses numbered 1-199 to achieve 60 units.|
Courses meet General Education requirement and 6-9 units may be double counted above in A1 (CSU GE).
0-10 units may be double counted above in 1B (IGETC).