June 1, 2018
This semester-by-semester plan reflects the requirements to complete the Associate of Applied Science in Business with an emphasis in Management and Marketing. Each student’s experience will vary slightly, as this plan does not include developmental courses or transfer courses. Math and English placement will be based on the student’s Accuplacer or ACT scores.
This plan assumes the student is prepared to take the courses listed. If prerequisites or developmental courses are required they should be taken in the first semester, and additional semesters may be required to complete this degree. However, courses should be scheduled in the sequential order as shown here.
NPC Business Division Graduation Requirement
A cumulative average of C (2.0) is required for graduation for all NPC programs. In addition, in order to graduate with any Business Division degree or certificate, all Business Division courses must be passed with a grade of “C” or better.
If you plan to transfer to UAFS please note:
UAFS Admission and Graduation Requirements
Students must have a 2.0 (on a 4.0 scale) cumulative GPA on all previous coursework to be eligible for admission to UAFS. Students must also earn at least a cumulative GPA of 2.25 in all NPC Business Division courses in order to meet graduation requirements for the UAFS College of Business.
How to Use the Graduation Map
Full-time? Part-time? Starting in the Spring or Summer?
Just take courses in the order shown in the Graduation Map starting with Semester 1.
ANTH 1113 General Anthropology* or ECON 2203 Macroeconomics* or ECON 2213 Microeconomics* or POLS 1123 American State and Local Government* or PSYC 1103 General Psychology* or SOC 1103 Introduction to Sociology* or SOC 2203 Social Problems* or HIST 2223 United States History To 1865* or HIST 2233 United States History Since 1865* or HIST 2253 World Civilization to 1500* or HIST 2263 World Civilization since 1500* or POLS 1113 American National Government*
► Progress check: Meet with your Academic Advisor or Faculty Mentor