QUANTA courses satisfy certain general education requirements for all majors in Associate of Arts (A.A.) degree programs (outlined below).
The Associate of Arts degree requires Core Courses, Focus Hour courses and Elective courses. QUANTA courses will be applied toward Core course requirements as follows:
- ENC1101 will satisfy the (3) hour (1101 Communications) requirement.
- ENC1102 will satisfy the (3) hour (1102 Communications) requirement.
- SLS2500 will satisfy the (3) hour (Health and Wellness) requirement.
- REL2300 will satisfy the (3) hour (Historical and Global) requirement
- HUM2210 will satisfy the (3) hour (Cultural Arts) requirement.
- HUM2230 will be considered an (Elective Course) requirement.
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Please note: There are no QUANTA courses offered during summer terms.
Important Notes for Fall Semester QUANTA COURSES
- If you have already taken ENC1101 or have earned credit for ENC1101 through Advanced Placement, or Dual Enrollment., you are still eligible for the Fall semester of QUANTA. You will need to register for only two courses, HUM2210 and SLS2505, to join the QUANTA program.Students who take this option, however, agree to stay for the whole 3 hour QUANTA block in order to benefit from the integration of classes.
Important Notes for Spring Semester QUANTA Courses
- If you have already taken ENC1102 or have earned credit for ENC1102 through Advanced Placement, Dual Enrollment, etc., you are still eligible to enroll in the Spring Semester of QUANTA. You will need to register for only two courses, REL2300 and HUM2230, to join the QUANTA program.
- If you already have credit for REL2300, you must have permission from the world religion professor, Maggie Karda, to enroll in the Spring semester of QUANTA. You will need to register for only two courses, ENC1102 and HUM2230, to join the QUANTA program.