28
Humanities
50
HUM 2250
3
Information Systems and
Computer Applications
50
CGS 1077
*
3
Introduction to Business
Law
50
BUL 2241
3
Introduction to Educational
Psychology
50
EDP 2002
3
Introductory Psychology
50
PSY 2012
3
Introductory Sociology
50
SYG 1000
3
Natural Science
No direct equivalent
NA
NA
Precalculus
50
MAC 1140*
3
Principles of
Macroeconomics
50
ECO 2013
3
Principles of Management
50
MAN 2021
3
Principles of Marketing
50
MAR 2011
3
Principles of
Microeconomics
50
ECO 2023
3
Social Science and History
No direct equivalent
NA
NA
Spanish Language
50
SPN 1120C
4
63
SPN 1120C and SPN 1121C
8
Western Civilization I:
Ancient Near East to 1648
50
EUH 1000*
3
Western Civilization II: 1648
to Present
50
EUH 1001*
3
* Not an FKCC course – see advisor for more information.
Advanced Placement Program
Advanced Placement exams are taken after students complete the corresponding Advanced Placement course in high
school. Advanced Placement courses are challenging, college-level courses that are designed to parallel typical lower-
level undergraduate courses. Exams are developed by committees of college and secondary faculty, and are given to
test groups of students in actual college courses to determine appropriate passing scores. More information about
Advanced Placement, including descriptions of courses and sample examination questions, is available at
.
collegeboard.com.
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