These are courses selected by the student according to program requirements. When selecting electives, especially for transferability to another institution, students should consult their academic advisor.


Accounting, Business, Computer Science, Economics, Business Office Technology, and Hospitality Management

Computer Literacy

Keyboarding for Information Processing I (BOT* 111), Keyboarding for Information Processing II (BOT* 112).


Computer Application I (ACC* 125), Business Software Applications (BBG* 115), Introduction to Software Applications
(CSA* 105); Introduction to Computers (CSC* 101); Computer Logic and Programming; C, C++; Windows/DOS/
Microcomputers (CSC* 120); Word Processing Applications (BOT* 137); Computers for ECE (ECE* 110); Computerized Communication (BOT* 220); Database Applications (CSA* 140); Spreadsheet Applications (CSA* 135); and Desktop Publishing (BOT* 217). For technical programs: Computer Applications for Technology (CET 116)

Engineering and Applied Technologies

Biomedical Engineering Technology, Electrical Engineering Technology, Computer Engineering Technology,
Manufacturing Engineering Technology, Mechanical Engineering Technology

Fine Arts

Any Art and Music course


Any course in Art, Communications, English (college-level), Foreign Languages, Graphics, Literature, Music, Philosophy, Reading (college-level), or Sign Language


Any course in Mathematics (college-level)

Natural Sciences

Any course in Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, Ecology, Physical Science, Physics, or Environmental Science

Social Sciences

Any course in Anthropology, Criminal Justice, Drug and Alcohol Recovery Counselor (DARC), Education, Geography, History, Political Science, Human Development (college-level), Human Services, Psychology, or Sociology


Any course in Alternative Fuel Vehicle, Automotive Technology, Clean Water Management, Computer Aided Drafting, Environmental Science and Toxicology, Fire Technology and Administration, Railroad Engineering Technology, Solar Technology, Water Management, Wastewater Management and all courses from the ‘Engineering and Applied Technologies courses above.

Liberal Arts & Sciences

Any college-level course in the following disciplines: Anthropology (ANT), Art (ART) (non-studio), Biology (BIO),
Chemistry (CHE), Earth Science (EAS), Economics (ECN), English (ENG), Environmental Science (EVS), Foreign
Language (FRE, ITA, SPA), Geography (GEO), History (HIS), Mathematics (MAT), Music (MUS) (non-performance),
Philosophy (PHL), Physics (PHY), Political Science (POL), Psychology (PSY), Sociology (SOC).