CUNY PATHWAYS – Liberal Arts and Sciences (AS)

REQUIRED COMMON CORE

CREDITS

English Composition

6

ENG 110 & ENG 111

 

Mathematical and Quantitative Reasoning

4

MAT 210*

 

Life and Physical Sciences**

4

BIO 210  OR  CHE 210 OR PHY 210

 

 

 

FLEXIBLE COMMON CORE

 

World Cultures and Global Issues

3

U.S. Experience in Its Diversity

3

Creative Expression

3

Individual and Society

3

Scientific World**

4

BIO 220 OR   CHE 220  OR PHY 220

 

**Depending on the sequence selected in Life and Physical Sciences.

 

One (1) additional course from the Scientific World

3-4

BIO 260  OR  BIO 310  OR  MAT 220  OR   MAT 310  OR CHE 310/312

 

 

 

MAJOR REQUIREMENTS

 

Select one course sequence from an area of concentration different from that selected in the Common Core (Life and Physical Science and Scientific World)

8

A. BIO 210 AND BIO 220

 

B. CHE 210 AND CHE 220

 

C. PHY 210 AND PHY 220

 

Choose two (2) additional courses from the following:

8-9

BIO 230            BIO 240               BIO 260           BIO 299               BIO 310             

CHE 299           CHE 310/312      MAT 220         MAT 310             PHY 299 

 

Free Electives*

9-11

Total Credits for Degree

60

*Depending on placement, students may be required to complete MAT 160 and/or MAT 30. These students should consult an advisor in the Math department. Students who are required to take MAT 160, will complete the course as part of the Common Core Mathematical and Quantitative Reasoning and will take MAT 210 under “free electives”.
The program has received a waiver to specify particular courses students must take in STEM areas of the Common Core (Math and Quantitative Reasoning). If students take a different course in this area, they will be certified as having completed the Common Core area, but it may not be possible for them to finish their degree in 60 credits. 
Students pursuing Middle and High School certification in Education at Lehman College should select from the following courses: EDU 101, 117, 130 and 140.

 

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