MAJORS AVAILABLE FOR AAS

Business Administration - When a course is taken without having the specified prerequisite, equivalent additional hours will be added to the program. Students must complete the following:

From one six-hour set:
          ACCT 2305 - Principles of Accounting I and ACCT 2306 - Principles of Accounting II
or
          ACCT 3307 - Financial Accounting and ACCT 3308 - Managerial Accounting
From one set:
          ECON 2307- Principles of Macroeconomics and ECON 2308- Principles of Microeconomics
or
          ECON 4346- Survey of Economics and Business elective
          Plus 21 semester hours from approved business electives.

Religion - Students majoring in Religion must complete 33 semester hours and must
take courses from each of five separate areas: Biblical, historical, theological, educational,
and practical. Course requirements for each area include the following:

          RLGN 0001- Theological Research and Writing Lab
           RLGN 1301- Old Testament History
          RLGN 1302 - New Testament History
           RLGN 4302 - Christian Theology
           RLGN 4314 - Biblical Interpretation
           RLED/RLGN 4315 - The Christian Ministry
           One (three hour) upper-level New Testament elective, one 3 hour Old Testament elective from the historic area:
                      RLGN 4307 - Church History
                      RLGN 4325 - Historical Theology
                      RLGN 4330 - Baptist History
three hours from the educational area:
           **RLED/RLGN 3309 - Spiritual Formation
           RLED 4301 - Survey of Christian Education
           RLED 4302 - Church Administration
six hours from the following:
           **RLED/RLGN4361 - Supervised Ministry
           **RLED 1301 - Introduction to Baptist Ministry
or six hours upper-level religion electives

Human Services - Students majoring in Human Services must complete 33 semester
hours including:

           PSYC/SOCI 4310 - Social Psychology
           SOCI 3304 - Social Problems
           SOCI 3320 - Cultural Diversity
           SOCI 3322 - Introduction to Social Work
           plus 21 semester hours in approved courses from human services,
criminal justice, sociology, and/or psychology.

Justice Administration - Students majoring in Justice Administration must complete
33 semester hours, of which 18 must be upper-level credit. This major available to
B.A.S. and A.A.S. degrees only.
           JUAD 3300 - Criminal Law
           JUAD 3319 - American Legal Systems
           JUAD 2300 or JUAD 3310
           RSWR 3345 - Research Writing Methods
three hours from:
           JUAD 3311 - Law Enforcement Administration
           JUAD 3312 - Law and Society
           JUAD 3320 - Cultural Diversity
Fifteen (15) hours of approved courses from: justice administration, psychology,
sociology, law enforcement, ethics, management or related areas

Applied Science - Applied Science is an individualized program designed to enable
students who have previous professional or technical education to work toward the associate's degree. Students majoring in AS must complete 33 semester hours relating to AS or the specilization are of study.