The student catalogue introduces our Business and Science programs and details both the General & Professional Core Requirements and possible electives of each major offered at the junior college. Additionally, the course sequences show the period and order in which the student is expected to take his/her required courses, so as to facilitate for a smoother transition from one semester to the next.


  1. ABMGT – Associate Degree in Business Management
  2. ABMA – Associate Degree in Business Management w/ concentration in Accounting
  3. ABME – Associate Degree in Business Management w/ concentration in Economics
  4. ABMT– Associate Degree in Business Management w/ concentration in Tourism
  5. ATHM – Associate Degree in Tourism


  1. AAGRIB – Associate Degree in Agribusiness
  2. ABIO –  Associate Degree in Biology
  3. AMTH – Associate Degree in Mathematics
  4. ANRM – Associate Degree in Natural Resource Management
  5. AINT – Associate Degree in Information Technology


Should any student/individual choose to do a course or group of courses at the institution he/she must successfully complete all the course requirements to be awarded a certificate.


To qualify for an Associate Degree, students must satisfactorily complete their General Core, Support Core and Professional Core Requirements.

The student may also choose to take courses offered at the college which are not in his/her major area of study as long as he/she satisfies the course pre-requisites.  These are known as electives or support core, and serves to broaden the education of the student and also to increase the number of credit hours he/she attains.

  • Non-Program Elective refers to any course other than those stated in a student’s specific course’s general or professional core requirements.
  • Social Science Elective refers to the courses such as Sociology or Philosophy
  • Natural Science Elective refers to an introductory science course (BIO, CHEM, and NRM).

Remedial English and Remedial Math are offered in the summer prior to commencement of classes for year one.  Students who performed poorly in subjects indicated on the ATLIB Placement Test will be required to sit these courses before taking any higher level of English or Mathematics at the Junior College.

Chemistry 100, Accounting 100 and Computer 100 are offered in the summer prior to commencement of classes for year one students who have not taken these courses at the high school level.


Students may choose to challenge CMPS 101 and SPAN 102 by sitting a placement exam, whereby they are required to gain a score of 70% or above.