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Course Recommendations by Interest Area

Associate in Art program (AAP) students are encouraged to choose one of eight interest areas to focus their beginning course work. AAP Academic Advisors help students focus on their specific areas of interest, refine their skills and abilities, and stay on track to declare a major that matches their educational goals. This is an overview of course options for these areas of study and should be used as a quick resource.  For major-specific requirements, it is recommended that students refer to the academic catalog and speak to their academic advisor.  Course options are available on select campuses and online.

Arts & Humanities Interest

Math Requirement: MATH114 or higher

Foreign Language Requirement: 107 level for most majors. Check catalog for major-specific requirements

Group A & B: Select major and major related course options, whenever possible. 

Business Interest

Foreign Language Requirement:

107 level or higher – International Business Studies, Fashion Merchandising, Organizational & Community Leadership

Math Requirement:

MATH114 – Economics B.A., Hotel Restaurant & Institutional Management, Organizational & Community Leadership

MATH221* (MATH 115 prerequisite) – Other majors

Group C: ECON101, ECON103, BUAD301 (online), PSYC100, SOCI201, BUAD309 (online), LEAD100

Group D: MATH221, MATH201

Recommended Courses: COMM212

Education Interest

*Please note the Elementary Teacher Education option available on the Wilmington and Georgetown campuses

Math Requirement: MATH114 (Please note that there are separate math requirements for BS and BSED degrees, but MATH114 is required to earn UST-AA degree.)

* If interested in teaching high school, please select the academic subject of interest.

Environmental Studies Interest

Foreign Language Requirement: 107 level for majors in the College of Arts and Sciences and College of Earth, Ocean and Environment

Math Requirement: MATH114 -241 (depending upon major; please check catalog for major-specific math requirements)

Group D: BISC207, BISC208, CHEM103, CHEM104, ENWC201, MATH221 or 241, PLSC204

Life & Health Sciences Interest

Math Requirement: MATH114, MATH115, MATH117, MATH221, MATH241 (depending upon major; please check catalog for major-specific math requirements)

Group D: BISC207, BISC208, CHEM103, CHEM104, ENWC201, MATH221 or 241, NTDT200 (online)

 Physical & Applied Sciences Interest

Math Requirement: MATH221 or MATH241 (prerequisite MATH115 or MATH117)

Foreign Language Requirement: 107 level for majors in College of Arts and Sciences and College of Earth Ocean and Environment, College of Engineering additional breadth can be met by any foreign language course at the 107 level or higher

Group D:  BISC207, BISC208, CHEM104, CHEM 104, MATH221, MATH241, MATH201

 

 

Katherine B. Ross Education Scholarship

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., Epsilon Rho Zeta Chapter is seeking college undergraduate and graduate students  for our  Katherine B. Ross Education Scholarship award.

The purpose of the $1920 nonrenewable scholarship, is to assist college and graduate students pursuing a degree in education and to promote Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. scholarship principles. This scholarship targets under-represented minority students (African-Americans, Latinos, and Native Americans)  who are residents of New Castle County, Delaware or students matriculating at a Delaware college or university. It is particularly aimed at African-American females.

For more information and to apply, visit http://www.zphib1920epz.org/scholarship.html. . All applications must be postmarked by December 31, 2018 

Contact  EPZSecondVP@gmail.com, for any questions.

Flash Writing Contest!

Calling all Georgetown AAP students!
If you enjoy literature or writing, you are highly encouraged to sign up for the Peer Mentor conducted Flash Writing Contest in Georgetown!
On the weekend following Thanksgiving, a prompt will be emailed out with a theme which all submissions must contain. Students may contribute any piece of short fiction, however, poetry or flash fiction (short story) are highly suggested as a 25-line or 5 page length limit will be in place. You will get all weekend to write your story, and we will meet in the UD computer lab (room 182) during the common hour (4:00pm) on Monday, November 26 to discuss and share what we’ve written! Sharing during the open forum is not required, so don’t be shy!
All contests must have winners, so two pieces will be chosen and elected for publication on the UD AAP Blog/Website!

Interested in learning more or to sign up as a contestant, email Trevor Roe (trevoroe@udel.edu) prior to Black Friday (11/23) to secure a spot in the contest!
Also, please don’t hesitate to email Trevor if you have any questions, and LET’S GET READY TO WRITE!