Catalog Statement regarding degree plans
The curricula listed for the Division of Arts and Sciences are designed for the student pursuing the associate degree and/or transfer to a senior institution. The Associate in Science degree does not designate a specialization. There are, however, certain specializations in the department for which a package of courses is recommended. Examples of those course plans are outlined below.
For many of these plans, students are assumed to have proficiency in algebra and trigonometry. If a deficiency exists in these areas, students are advised to take MATH 1314 College Algebra, and MATH 1316 Trigonometry during the summer prior to fall enrollment in the first year. Course plans beginning with MATH 2413 require that students have prior credit in MATH 1314 and 1316 either by course work or proficiency examination.
Regardless of the area of specialization, the student who plans to transfer should examine the requirements of the college he or she plans to attend.
Various 2+2 degree plans exist with Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, Texas A&M University-Kingsville, and other state institutions.
The following course descriptions are from the Del Mar College electronic catalog which reflects the catalog. Updates to this information may be necessary.
Degree Plan Advisement Forms
The following forms have been developed for student and faculty use in the advisement of majors and prospective majors.
Please note: These forms may need updating. In any areas of conflict, the current college catalog will take precedence.
The advisement forms are also provided in Adobe PDF format.