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.
ENGL 110 Accelerated Composition 3cr
ENGL 120 Composition III 3cr
Fine Arts/Humanities/Social Science (6):
For required courses, refer to UNM Core Curriculum
Mathematics/Computer Science (11):
MATH 162 Calculus I 4cr
MATH 163 Calculus II 4cr
CS 151L Computer Programming Fund 3cr
Health Promotion/Physical Education (2):
Any PENP or HED 101 or above
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.
Contact: The Math and Science Department (505) 863-7700.
Arts and Sciences Division: (505) 863-7572.
Tom Kaus,Assistant Professor
Phone: (505) 863-7537 - Room: CH 270A
Vicki Olson,Lecturer II, Math & Science
Phone: (505)863-7591 - Room: HC 1124
Chris Platero,Assistant Professor, Math & Science
Phone: (505) 863-7585 - Room: CH 226
Dr. Florentin Smarandache,Professor, Math & Science
Phone: (505) 863-7747 - Room: CH 270C
Dr. Kamala Sharma,Associate Professor, Math & Science
Phone: (505) 863-7585 - Room: CH271B
Lyman Persico,Visiting Lecturer, Math & Science
Phone: (505) 863-7550 - Room: CH270