Ammerman - Eastern - Grant
HEGIS Code: 5622, CIP Code - 24.0199

Program Learning OutcomesCurriculum Code: LAIS-AA

     This curriculum is designed to prepare students for transfer to a four-year college or university to pursue a baccalaureate degree in some area of international studies. The program is part of a larger education movement which recognizes the need to respond to the globalization of the economy, the interdependence of nations and peoples, and the growth of international political institutions. Students in this program will ultimately seek careers in government or the private sector with an international orientation or emphasis.

     There are three options or areas of specialization within the program: business, humanities and social sciences. The study of foreign languages is an important component of the program. Foreign travel and learning about foreign cultures are also encouraged.

Admission Procedures and Requirements

     For entering students, the minimum requirement for admission is an 80 high school average. Students already enrolled in college need 12 credits with a 3.0 GPA or better.

FIRST SEMESTER: 13 credits Credits
  COL101: College Seminar 1
  COM101: Introduction to Human Communication
or COM105: Public Speaking
  ENG101: Standard Freshman Composition 3
*♦ Foreign Language Sequence 3
  MAT103: Statistics I 3

SECOND SEMESTER: 17 credits Credits
ANT101: Cultural Anthropology 3
  ENG102: Introduction to Literature 3
*♦ Foreign Language Sequence 3
  Laboratory Science Elective 4
Option Elective (see below) 3
  Physical Education 1

THIRD SEMESTER: 18 credits Credits
BUS141: Fundamentals of International Business 3
  ECO112: Microeconomics: Prices And Markets 3
*♦ Foreign Language Sequence 3
GEO101: World Regional Geography 3
  Liberal Arts and Sciences Elective 3
Option Elective (see below) 3

FOURTH SEMESTER: 16 credits Credits
*♦ Foreign Language Sequence 3
HIS118: Major World Cultures 3
**♦ International Placement 3
Option Elective (see below) 3
***♦ Restricted Social Sciences Elective 3
  Physical Education 1

BUSINESS OPTION: 9 credits Credits
  MKT101: Marketing 3
MKT220: International Marketing 3
  Liberal Arts and Sciences Elective 3

HUMANITIES OPTION: 9 credits Credits
ENG212: Contemporary Global Literature 3
†♦ Restricted Humanities Elective 3
PHL111: World Philosophies 3

  HIS101: Western Civilization I or
HIS102: Western Civilization II
HIS107: Modern World History 3
POL107: World Politics 3


* Students must complete 12 credits in a foreign language sequence, at least to the level of Intermediate II (i.e., FRE202, GER202, ITL202, JPN202, SPN202). Students who enter with advanced placement beyond Intermediate II must take advanced courses in the same language. An exception applies to students who have achieved a high school diploma (or equivalent) or a more advanced degree in a non-English speaking country, in which event they may be eligible to substitute other humanities courses for the foreign language requirement, pending Chair/Academic Dean approval. Students who have completed a foreign language sequence/ course at SCCC for which the college does not offer more advanced courses must take the remaining required language credits in another foreign language.

** Business Option students fulfill the international placement requirement with BUS150. If funds or arrangements are not available, students in the Business Option may meet the requirement with business electives approved by the business administration academic chair. Students in the Humanities and Social Sciences Options may meet the requirement with restricted electives in their respective disciplines upon consultation with an academic advisor.

*** The restricted Social Sciences elective must be chosen from the following: HIS101, HIS102, POL107, ANT211.

† Humanities electives must be chosen from the following: COM202, ENG143, ENG144, ENG211, ART111, ART112, ART113, MUS206, MUS210

♦These courses constitute the major courses in this curriculum.

NOTES: 1) If a student has already taken all the restricted electives in an option, then he or she may take any elective in liberal arts or business to fulfill curriculum requirements.
(2) This curriculum is currently not offered in its entirety at the Eastern Campus.
(3) Students planning to transfer to a SUNY four-year institution should check the SUNY General Education Requirements for selecting courses.
(4) See Transfer Agreements for articulation agreements with four-year colleges and universities.