The Associate of Science Degree is awarded upon completion of a 60 credit academic program in scientific, technological, or other professional fields. The associate of science degree requires a minimum of 30 credits selected from at least six of the ten goal areas of the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum.
The Associate of Science degree is designed to transfer in its entirety to one or more related baccalaureate degree programs. Students who intend to pursue an Associate of Arts (A.A.) degree along with this degree are advised to work closely with an advisor, to assure that all ten goal areas of the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum will be met.View Program Guide or Request Info
Upon graduation, students will be able to transfer into a four-year college as a junior in a baccalaureate program designed for careers in the medical field.
Successful entry into this program requires a specific level of skills in English, mathematics and reading. Program entry will depend, in part, on meeting the pre-program prerequisites listed in the Program Guide.
COURSES–REQUIRED AND ELECTIVES
For required courses and suggested general education electives, view the Program Guide.