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This program of study is designed for students planning to apply to the University of Great Falls.
Students may begin pursuit of a baccalaureate degree from UGF by following the articulated plan of study.
The information on transfer programs is subject to change. Students should contact the Admissions Office at UGF for potential changes: 406.791.5202.
Estimated Resident Program Cost*
Estimated costs are for the Great Falls College portion of this plan of study. Please contact the partnering school for information on the estimated cost of classes there.
|Tuition and Fees||$3,190|
Many students need preliminary math and writing courses before enrolling in the program requirements. These courses may increase the total number of program credits. Students should review their math and writing placement before planning out their full program schedules.
I. General Education Core Courses - 23 Credits
Communication - 6 Credits (3 credits written, 3 credits verbal)
Mathematics - 3 Credits
|STAT 216||Introduction to Statistics **,+||4|
Humanities/Fine Arts - 6 Credits
Natural Science - 4 Credits (Must include 1 lab course)
|BIOB 101||Discover Biology/Lab **,+||4|
|BIOB 160||Princpls of Living Systems/Lab **,+||4|
|BIOB 170||Prin Biological Diversity/Lab **,+||4|
|BIOH 104||Basic Human Biology & Lab **,+||4|
|CHMY 121||Intro to General Chem w/Lab **,+||4|
|CHMY 141||College Chemistry I w/Lab **,+||4|
|CHMY 143||College Chemistry II w/Lab *,+||4|
|GEO 101||Intro to Physical Geologyw/Lab +||4|
|PHSX 105||Fund of Physical Science w/Lab +||4|
|PHSX 205||College Physics I w/Lab **,+||4|
|PHSX 220||Physics I w/Lab **,+||4|
Social Sciences/History - 6 Credits
II. Computer Skills/Usage – 3 Credits
III. Articulation Coursework – 3 Credits
TOTAL PROGRAM CREDITS: 29
Outline for the Completion of the University Core Curriculum from The University of Great Falls
Foundation Skills Courses - 6 Credits
Great Questions Courses - 8 credits
Upper Division Writing Course - 3 credits