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Suggested Schedule - BAS Degree




AAS/T in Aquatic/Terrestrial Emphasis

First Year

Second Year

* Students who do not receive an appropriate test score will require additional coursework to develop necessary skills for entry into class. (ENGL 170 can be substituted for ENGL& 101) (WMATH 100 can be substituted for WMATH& 146)

** or BIOL 133

*** or ENGL& 235

**** ENVC 199 may be taken at any time during the two year program with Department Chair approval.

***** Electives must be chosen from within ENVC, the sciences, or GIS.

****** One Learning Community or Integrative Experience (5 to 10 credits) required. Must be outside of technical area, approved by Department Chair. Please see INDEX regarding Learning Communities and Integrative Experiences.

******* or CMST& 220

NOTE: Student schedule may vary based on entry point, credit load, and prerequisites. Consult with department chair or SVC counselor for scheduling options. Also see Geographic Information Systems for a related certificate.

AAS/T in Marine Emphasis

First Year

Second Year

* Students who do not receive an appropriate test score will require additional coursework to develop necessary skills for entry into class. (ENGL 170 can be substituted for ENGL& 101) (WMATH 100 can be substituted for WMATH& 146)

** or BIOL 205

*** One Learning Community or Integrative Experience (5 to 10 credits) required. Must be outside of technical area, approved by Department Chair. Please see INDEX regarding Learning Communities and Integrative Experiences.

**** or CMST& 220

***** or ENGL& 235

NOTE: Student schedule may vary based on entry point, credit load, and prerequisites. Consult with department chair or SVC counselor for scheduling options. Also see Geographic Information Systems for a related certificate.

Bachelor of Applied Science in ENVC (BASEC)

First Year

Second Year

NOTE: The Bachelor of Applied Science Degree in Environmental Conservation (BASEC) builds on the existing AAST degree in Environmental Conservation at Skagit Valley College or other comparable AAST degrees in natural resources. Students are primarily accepted to start during fall quarter.