The Associate of Science Degree in Science provides a broad background of coursework and preparation for the student who plans to transfer to a four-year institution to pursue a baccalaureate degree in science, engineering, or a health related field. Because of variations in academic preparation and career aspirations, each student in the AS in Science program is required to meet with a Mathematics and Science Department Advisor to develop an individualized program. The program outlines the sequence of required courses and electives the student will take.
Writing and Speaking: (6 credits)
ENGL 110 Accelerated Composition 3cr
ENGL 120 Composition III 3cr
Fine Arts/Humanities/Social Science: (6 credits)
For required courses, refer to UNM Core Curriculum
Mathematics/Computer Science: (11 credits)
MATH 162 Calculus I 4cr
MATH 163 Calculus II 4cr
CS 151L Computer Programming Fund 3cr
Health Promotion/Physical Education: (2 credits)
BIOL 123/124L Biology for Health Related Sciences OR
BIOL Molecular & Cell Biology 4cr
BIOL 237/227L Human Anatomy & Physiology w/Lab 4cr
CHEM 121/123L General Chemistry I w/Lab 4cr
CHEM 122/124L General Chemistry II w/Lab 4cr
PHYC 151/151L General Physics w/Lab 4cr
PHYC 152/152L General Physics w/lab 4cr
Choose CHEM 212, BIOL 238/228L, 202, EPS 101/105, and 201.
Arts and Sciences Division: (505) 863-7572.
Advisement Center: (505) 863-7706.
Tom Kaus,Assistant Professor
(505) 863-7537 - CH 270A - firstname.lastname@example.org
Vicki Olson,Lecturer II, Math & Science
(505)863-7591 - HC 1124 - email@example.com
Chris Platero,Assistant Professor, Math & Science
(505) 863-7585 - CH 226 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Florentin Smarandache,Professor, Math & Science
(505) 863-7747 - CH 270C - email@example.com
Dr. Kamala Sharma,Associate Professor, Math & Science
(505) 863-7585 - CH271B - firstname.lastname@example.org
Lyman Persico,Visiting Lecturer, Math & Science
(505) 863-7550 - CH270 - email@example.com