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[ SECTION 2 ]GENERAL EDUCATIONProgram Requirements forGeneral EducationAssociate of ArtsAssociate of Fine ArtsAssociate of Arts in TeachingAssociate of ScienceSkills CertificatesProfessional CertificatesAssociate of Applied Science

[ SECTION 2 ]PROGRAM REQUIREMENTSGeneral Education GoalsState Fair Community College faculty and staff maintainthe belief that a core of learning experiences exist that areinvaluable to all students regardless of their present orfuture roles in the workplace and the community. Thesecore experiences, which are addressed and assessedin the general education program, are consistent withthe required skill-based and knowledge-based learningoutcomes identified by the Missouri Coordinating Boardfor Higher Education (CBHE). They are also consistent withthe college’s Institutional Learning Outcomes (ILOs) thatstudents will achieve upon completion of their general orspecialized study.The CBHE outcomes include mastering the skillsof communicating, higher-order thinking, managinginformation, and valuing. They also include acquiringknowledge in the areas of social and behavioral sciences,humanities and fine arts, mathematics, and life andphysical sciences. The ILOs include thinking critically,communicating effectively, behaving responsibly, valuingothers, developing life skills, utilizing technology, andinvestigating world processes. Students acquire theseoutcomes through a 42-hour block of core generaleducation courses as well as additional electives.General Education MatrixSkill Area: CommunicatingTo develop students’ effective use of the English languageand quantitative and other symbolic systems essentialto their success in school and in the world. Studentsshould be able to read and listen critically and to writeand speak with thoughtfulness, clarity, coherence, andpersuasiveness.Skill Area: Higher-Order ThinkingTo develop students’ ability to distinguish among opinions,facts, and inferences; to identify underlying or implicitassumptions; to make informed judgments, and to solveproblems by applying evaluative standards.Skill Area: Managing InformationTo develop students’ abilities to locate, organize, store,retrieve, evaluate, synthesize, and annotate informationfrom print, electronic, and other sources in preparation forsolving problems and making informed decisions.STATE FAIR COMMUNITY COLLEGESkill Area: ValuingTo develop students’ abilities to understand the moral andethical values of a diverse society and to understand thatmany courses of action are guided by value judgmentsabout the way things ought to be. Students should beable to make informed decisions through identifyingpersonal values and the values of others and throughunderstanding how such values develop. They should beable to analyze the ethical implications of choices madeon the basis of these values.Knowledge Area: Social and Behavioral SciencesTo develop students’ understanding of themselves andthe world around them through study of content and theprocesses used by historians and social and behavioralscientists to discover, describe, explain, and predict humanbehavior and social systems. Students must understandthe diversities and complexities of the cultural and socialworld, past and present, and come to an informed senseof self and others. (Students must fulfill the state statuterequirement of the Missouri Constitution.)Knowledge Area: Humanities and Fine ArtsTo develop students’ understanding of the ways inwhich humans have addressed their condition throughimaginative work in the humanities and fine arts; to deepentheir understanding of how that imaginative process isinformed and limited by social, cultural, linguistic, andhistorical circumstances, and to appreciate the world ofthe creative imagination as a form of knowledge.Knowledge Area: MathematicsTo develop students’ understanding of fundamentalmathematical concepts and their applications. Studentsshould develop a level of quantitative literacy that wouldenable them to make decisions and solve problems andwhich could serve as a basis for continued learning. (Themathematics requirement for general education shouldhave the same prerequisite(s) and level of rigor as collegealgebra.)Knowledge Area: Life and Physical SciencesTo develop students’ understanding of the principles andlaboratory procedures of life and physical sciences andto cultivate their abilities to apply the empirical methodsof scientific inquiry. Students should understand howscientific discovery changes theoretical views of the world,informs our imaginations and shapes human history.Students should also understand that science is shapedby historical and social contexts.[ 2 ] 2016-2018 COURSE CATALOG

[ SECTION 2 ]PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS GENERAL EDUCATIONProfessional Certificate in General EducationCommunicationsENGL 101English Composition IENGL 102English Composition IICOMM 101 Public Speaking9 Hours333American InstitutionsHIST 101U.S. History Before 1877HIST 102U.S. History Since 1877POLS 101American/National Government3 Hours333These courses satisfy the state requirement for theMissouri Constitution. Students transferring credit forAmerican history or national government from anotherinstitution whether in Missouri or out-of-state may need tocomplete POLS 102 Missouri Constitution for an additional½ credit hour.Social SciencesBADM 101 Introduction to BusinessECON 101Principles of MacroeconomicsECON 102 Principles of MicroeconomicsGEOG 101World GeographyHIST 108World Civilization Before 1500HIST 109World Civilization After 1500POLS 103Introduction to Political Science3 Hours3333333Behavioral Sciences3 HoursBADM 107 Personal Finance3PSY 101General Psychology3PSY 102Child Psychology3PSY 104Psychology of Personal Adjustment3SOC 100General Sociology3SOC 102Marriage and Family3LiteratureLIT 101Introduction to LiteratureLIT 107American LiteratureLIT 109English LiteratureLIT 112World LiteratureLIT 114Topics in Literature3 Hours33333Fine ArtsART 101Art AppreciationART 120Modern Art HistoryMUS 101Music AppreciationMUS 103Music History and LiteratureBefore 1800MUS 104Music History and LiteratureSince 1800THEA 107Introduction to TheatreTHEA 125Theatre History3 Hours333HumanitiesAGRI 106Global AgricultureFREN 101Elementary French IPHIL 101Introduction to PhilosophyPHIL 102EthicsPHIL 104Living ReligionsSOC 120American DiversitySPAN 101Elementary Spanish I3 Hours33333333333MathematicsMATH 114College AlgebraMATH 116Finite MathMATH 117Contemporary MathematicsMATH 120 TrigonometryMATH 122Precalculus MathMATH 125Calculus for BusinessMATH 127Business StatisticsMATH 130 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I3 Hours33335335Life and Physical Sciences8 HoursStudents must choose one course from the list of life sciencesand one course from the list of physical sciences. At leastone of the science courses selected must have a laboratorycomponent, and the total credit hours of both categories mustbe equal to a minimum of 8 credit hours.Life SciencesBIO 100Introduction to Biological SciencesBIO 103Human BiologyBIO 105Wildlife ConservationBIO 112Introduction to Biology with LabBIO 125Biology I with LabBIO 126Biology II with LabBIO 208Human Physiology with Lab3335554Physical SciencesAGRI 119Soils I with LabCHEM 101 Introduction to Chemistry with LabCHEM 123 General Chemistry I with LabEASC 101Introduction to Earth Sciences with LabEASC 106Physical Geology with LabEASC 118Environmental GeologyEASC 120Introduction to AstronomyPHYS 103Introduction to Physical SciencePHYS 105College Physics I with LabPHYS 118General Physics I with Lab4555533355WellnessEDUC 110Introduction to Physical Education inthe Elementary SchoolHLTH 101Personal Health and FitnessWELL 116Building Fitness for Life IWELL 117Building Fitness for Life IIWELL 118AerobicsWELL 119Low Impact AerobicsWELL 121Women and HealthWELL 122Applied Wellness1 Hour2211.5-11-1.511General Education Elective1-3 HoursSelect additional hours from the general education categorieslisted above for a minimum total of 42 hours to meet thegeneral education core. A total of 3 credit hours of WELL orWL prefix may be used between the Wellness and the GeneralEducation Elective requirements.Certificate Total 42Note: Some programs require essential qualifications to be admitted and retained. Visit www.sfccmo.edu/essentialqualifications to view these requirements.Not all courses are offered every semester. Check with your advisor or the program coordinator. Refer to the course descriptions for prerequisites.STATE FAIR COMMUNITY COLLEGE[ 3 ] 2016-2018 COURSE CATALOG

[ SECTION 2 ]PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS ASSOCIATE OF ARTSAssociate of ArtsThe Associate of Arts (AA) degree from State FairCommunity College is designed for the student who wantsto transfer to a four-year college or university to earn abachelor’s degree.If you’re undecided on a major, the AA degree can serveas a springboard to explore new interests. It allows forflexibility and provides a wide choice of classes. We’rehere to help you discover the huge variety of academicprograms and transfer options available to you with anAssociate of Arts degree.General Education Core42 HoursCommunicationsENGL 101English Composition IENGL 102English Composition IICOMM 101 Public Speaking9 Hours333American InstitutionsHIST 101U.S. History Before 1877HIST 102U.S. History Since 1877POLS 101American/National Government3 Hours333These courses satisfy the state requirement for theMissouri Constitution. Students transferring credit forAmerican history or national government from anotherinstitution whether in Missouri or out-of-state may need tocomplete POLS 102 Missouri Constitution for an additional½ credit hour.Social SciencesBADM 101 Introduction to BusinessECON 101Principles of MacroeconomicsECON 102 Principles of MicroeconomicsGEOG 101World GeographyHIST 108World Civilization Before 1500HIST 109World Civilization After 1500POLS 103Introduction to Political Science3 Hours3333333Behavioral Sciences3 HoursBADM 107 Personal Finance3PSY 101General Psychology3PSY 102Child Psychology3PSY 104Psychology of Personal Adjustment3SOC 100General Sociology3SOC 102Marriage and Family3LiteratureLIT 101Introduction to LiteratureLIT 107American LiteratureLIT 109English LiteratureLIT 112World LiteratureLIT 114Topics in Literature3 Hours33333Fine ArtsART 101Art AppreciationART 120Modern Art HistoryMUS 101Music AppreciationMUS 103Music History and LiteratureBefore 1800MUS 104Music History and LiteratureSince 1800THEA 107Introduction to TheatreTHEA 125Theatre History3 Hours333HumanitiesAGRI 106Global AgricultureFREN 101Elementary French IPHIL 101Introduction to PhilosophyPHIL 102EthicsPHIL 104Living ReligionsSOC 120American DiversitySPAN 101Elementary Spanish I3 Hours3333333MathematicsMATH 114College AlgebraMATH 116Finite MathMATH 117Contemporary MathematicsMATH 120 TrigonometryMATH 122Precalculus MathMATH 125Calculus for BusinessMATH 127Business StatisticsMATH 130 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I3 Hours333353353333Note: Some programs require essential qualifications to be admitted and retained. Visit www.sfccmo.edu/essentialqualifications to view these requirements.Not all courses are offered every semester. Check with your advisor or the program coordinator. Refer to the course descriptions for prerequisites.STATE FAIR COMMUNITY COLLEGE[ 4 ] 2016-2018 COURSE CATALOG

[ SECTION 2 ]PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS ASSOCIATE OF ARTSAssociate of Arts(continued)Life and Physical Sciences8 HoursStudents must choose one course from the list of lifesciences and one course from the list of physical sciences.At least one of the science courses selected must have alaboratory component and the total credit hours of bothcategories must be equal to a minimum of 8 credit hours.Life SciencesBIO 100Introduction to Biological SciencesBIO 103Human BiologyBIO 105Wildlife ConservationBIO 112Introduction to Biology with LabBIO 125Biology I with LabBIO 126Biology II with LabBIO 208Human Physiology with Lab3335554Physical SciencesAGRI 119Soils I with LabCHEM 101 Introduction to Chemistry with LabCHEM 123 General Chemistry I with LabEASC 101Introduction to Earth Sciences with LabEASC 106Physical Geology with LabEASC 118Environmental GeologyEASC 120Introduction to AstronomyPHYS 103Introduction to Physical SciencePHYS 105College Physics I with LabPHYS 118General Physics I with Lab4555533355WellnessEDUC 110Introduction to Physical Education inthe Elementary SchoolHLTH 101Personal Health and FitnessWELL 116Building Fitness for Life IWELL 117Building Fitness for Life IIWELL 118AerobicsWELL 119Low Impact AerobicsWELL 121Women and HealthWELL 122Applied Wellness1 Hour2211.5-11-1.511General Education Elective1-3 HoursSelect additional hours from the general educationcategories listed above for a minimum total of 42 hours tomeet the general education core.Electives22 HoursAdditional courses numbered 100 or above may include 12hours of restricted electives from technical training in themilitary or from technical courses taken at an accreditedcollege. A maximum of 4 credit hours may be appliedfor THEA 115. Additional physical education activity andwellness courses (PE, PEAC, WELL, or WL prefix) maybe accepted as elective credit for a maximum of 2 credithours. Veterans, members of the National Guard andactive duty military personnel may receive 2 hours ofwellness credit by presenting a copy of their DD214 orsimilar record.Note: A total of 3 credit hours of PE, PEAC, WELL, or WLprefix may be applied to the degree.Degree Total 64Note: Some programs require essential qualifications to be admitted and retained. Visit www.sfccmo.edu/essentialqualifications to view these requirements.Not all courses are offered every semester. Check with your advisor or the program coordinator. Refer to the course descriptions for prerequisites.STATE FAIR COMMUNITY COLLEGE[ 5 ] 2016-2018 COURSE CATALOG

[ SECTION 2 ]PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS ASSOCIATE OF FINE ARTSAssociate of Fine Arts in ArtThe Associate of Fine Arts in Art degree from State FairCommunity College is designed for the student who wantsto transfer to a four-year college or university to earn abachelor’s degree in Art.General Education Core42 HoursCommunicationsENGL 101English Composition IENGL 102English Composition IICOMM 101 Public Speaking9 Hours333American InstitutionsHIST 101U.S. History Before 1877HIST 102U.S. History Since 1877POLS 101American/National Government3 Hours333These courses satisfy the state requirement for theMissouri Constitution. Students transferring credit forAmerican history or national government from anotherinstitution whether in Missouri or out-of-state may need tocomplete POLS 102 Missouri Constitution for an additional½ credit hour.Social SciencesBADM 101 Introduction to BusinessECON 101Principles of MacroeconomicsECON 102 Principles of MicroeconomicsGEOG 101World GeographyHIST 108World Civilization Before 1500HIST 109World Civilization After 1500POLS 103Introduction to Political Science3 Hours3333333Behavioral Sciences3 HoursBADM 107 Personal Finance3PSY 101General Psychology3PSY 102Child Psychology3PSY 104Psychology of Personal Adjustment3SOC 100General Sociology3SOC 102Marriage and Family3LiteratureLIT 101Introduction to LiteratureLIT 107American LiteratureLIT 109English LiteratureLIT 112World LiteratureLIT 114Topics in Literature3 Hours33333Fine ArtsART 101Art AppreciationART 120Modern Art History6 Hours33HumanitiesAGRI 106Global AgricultureFREN 101Elementary French IPHIL 101Introduction to PhilosophyPHIL 102EthicsPHIL 104Living ReligionsSOC 120American DiversitySPAN 101Elementary Spanish I3 Hours3333333Note: Some programs require essential qualifications to be admitted and retained. Visit www.sfccmo.edu/essentialqualifications to view these requirements.Not all courses are offered every semester. Check with your advisor or the program coordinator. Refer to the course descriptions for prerequisites.STATE FAIR COMMUNITY COLLEGE[ 6 ] 2016-2018 COURSE CATALOG

[ SECTION 2 ]PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS ASSOCIATE OF FINE ARTSAssociate of Fine Arts in ArtMathematicsMATH 114College AlgebraMATH 116Finite MathMATH 117Contemporary MathematicsMATH 120 TrigonometryMATH 122Precalculus MathMATH 125Calculus for BusinessMATH 127Business StatisticsMATH 130 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I3 Hours33335335Life and Physical Sciences8 HoursStudents must choose one course from the list of lifesciences and one course from the list of physical sciences.At least one of the science courses selected must have alaboratory component, and the total credit hours of bothcategories must be equal to a minimum of 8 credit hours.Life SciencesBIO 100Introduction to Biological SciencesBIO 103Human BiologyBIO 105Wildlife ConservationBIO 112Introduction to Biology with LabBIO 125Biology I with LabBIO 126Biology II with LabBIO 208Human Physiology with Lab3335554Physical SciencesAGRI 119Soils I with LabCHEM 101 Introduction to Chemistry with LabCHEM 123 General Chemistry I with LabEASC 101Introduction to Earth Sciences with LabEASC 106Physical Geology with LabEASC 118Environmental GeologyEASC 120Introduction to AstronomyPHYS 103Introduction to Physical SciencePHYS 105College Physics I with LabPHYS 118General Physics I with Lab4555533355WellnessEDUC 110Introduction to Physical Education inthe Elementary SchoolHLTH 101Personal Health and FitnessWELL 116Building Fitness for Life IWELL 117Building Fitness for Life IIWELL 118AerobicsWELL 119Low Impact AerobicsWELL 121Women and HealthWELL 122Applied WellnessArt CoreART 103Design IART 112Drawing IART 104Design IIART 113Drawing IIART 122Sculpture I (or)ART 126Ceramics IArt Electives*1 Hour2211.5-11-1.51124 Hours333339Art Electives* - Select 9 hours from ART 106, ART 107, ART108, ART 110, ART 114, ART 115, ART 116, ART 117, ART 118,ART 122, ART 123, ART 126, (or) ART 127Degree Total 66Note: Some programs require essential qualifications to be admitted and retained. Visit www.sfccmo.edu/essentialqualifications to view these requirements.Not all courses are offered every semester. Check with your advisor or the program coordinator. Refer to the course descriptions for prerequisites.STATE FAIR COMMUNITY COLLEGE[ 7 ] 2016-2018 COURSE CATALOG

[ SECTION 2 ]PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS ASSOCIATE OF FINE ARTSAssociate of Fine Arts in MusicThe Associate of Fine Arts in Music degree from StateFair Community College is designed for the student whowants to transfer to a four-year college or university toearn a bachelor’s degree in Music. Students must attendand pass four semesters of MUS 195 Concert and RecitalAttendance.LiteratureLIT 101Introduction to LiteratureLIT 107American LiteratureLIT 109English LiteratureLIT 112World LiteratureLIT 114Topics in Literature3 Hours33333General Education CoreFine ArtsMUS 103Music History and LiteratureBefore 1800MUS 104Music History and LiteratureSince 18006 HoursHumanitiesAGRI 106Global AgricultureFREN 101Elementary French IPHIL 101Introduction to PhilosophyPHIL 102EthicsPHIL 104Living ReligionsSOC 120American DiversitySPAN 101Elementary Spanish I3 Hours3333333MathematicsMATH 114College AlgebraMATH 116Finite MathMATH 117Contemporary MathematicsMATH 120 TrigonometryMATH 122Precalculus MathMATH 125Calculus for BusinessMATH 127Business StatisticsMATH 130 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I3 Hours3333533542 HoursCommunicationsENGL 101English Composition IENGL 102English Composition IICOMM 101 Public Speaking9 Hours333American InstitutionsHIST 101U.S. History Before 1877HIST 102U.S. History Since 1877POLS 101American/National Government3 Hours333These courses satisfy the state requirement for theMissouri Constitution. Students transferring credit forAmerican history or national government from anotherinstitution whether in Missouri or out-of-state may need tocomplete POLS 102 Missouri Constitution for an additional½ credit hour.Social SciencesBADM 101 Introduction to BusinessECON 101Principles of MacroeconomicsECON 102 Principles of MicroeconomicsGEOG 101World GeographyHIST 108World Civilization Before 1500HIST 109World Civilizatio

SOC 120 American Diversity 3 SPAN 101 Elementary Spanish I 3 PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS GENERAL EDUCATION Mathematics 3 Hours MATH 114 College Algebra 3 MATH 116 Finite Math 3 MATH 117 Contemporary Mathematics 3 MATH 120 Trigonometry 3 MATH 122 Precalculus Math 5 MATH 1

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