First Semester (Fall)
Catalog Course Title Credits ENG 111 College Composition I3 CHM 111 Chemistry I and lab4 HIS 121 US History I (or HIS 101 or HIS 111)3 MTH ___ Mathematics Elective13 SDV 100 College Success Skills1Total Credits:14
Second Semester (Spring)
Catalog Course Title Credits CHM 112 Chemistry II and lab4 CSC 110 Introduction to Computing (or ITE 115 or BUS 226) 3 ENG 112 College Composition II3 HIS 122 US History II (or HIS 102 or HIS 112)3 MTH ___ Mathematics Elective113 Total Credits:16
Third Semester (Fall)
Catalog Course Title Credits BIO 101 Biology I and lab4 ECO 201 Principles of Macroeconomics33 ENG 241 Survey of American Literature I
(or ENG 242/243/244/251/252)3
___ ___ Elective23 ___ ___ Health or Physical Education1Total Credits:14
Fourth Semester (Spring)
Catalog Course Title Credits BIO 102 Biology II and lab4 CST 100 Principles of Public Speaking3 ECO 202 Principles of Microeconomics33 ___ ___ Humanities/Fine Arts Elective 43 ___ ___ Elective23Total Credits:16
Total Minimum Credits: 60
1Determine the current math requirements for your CALS major prior to selection (http://www.tranguide.registrar.vt.edu/2016/recbymajor.html)
Mathematics Sequences: Select mathematics electives from the following sequences based on intended CALS major at VT
MTH 166- MTH 271 Precalculus I & Applied Calculus I
MTH 271-MTH 272 Applied Calculus I & II
MTH 166-MTH 240 (or MTH 157) Precalculus with Trigonometry & Statistics
2Students should determine the requirements for their intended CALS major at VT prior to selection
3Human Nutrition, Foods and Exercise intended major may replace ECO 201/202 with PSY 200 and
PSY 216 (or PSY 230 or SOC 200).
4Students may choose from college approved Humanities/Fine Arts. It is recommended that students planning to transfer to VT choose one of the following for the Humanities/Fine Arts elective: Art 101, Art 102, Mus 121, Mus 122, Rel 200, Rel 210, or Rel 230.
NOTE: The articulation agreement with Virginia Tech supports admission to the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences for all students who graduate from this program with a 3.0 GPA or higher at the Virginia Community College awarding the degree. Student must complete the math requirements for their intended CALS major. All repeated courses are considered in the calculuation of a grade point average. Only one instance of repeating a required course is allowable to participate in this guaranteed agreement.