2018-2019 Academic Catalog and Student Handbook 
    
    Aug 21, 2019  
2018-2019 Academic Catalog and Student Handbook [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Biological Clinical Science (A.S.)


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A.S. Degree: 62 Hours

This Associate of Science degree program prepares students to transfer to a four-year college or university to major in a health-related profession. Because requirements vary at each four-year college or university, students should check with their faculty advisor or the school to which they intend to transfer to ensure they are taking the appropriate courses.

Biological Clinical Science Program Requirements - 21 Credit Hours


General Education Requirements - 41 Credit Hours


CORE 42 is a statewide general education course of study intended to ensure that all graduates possess a common core of college-level skills and knowledge. CORE 42 specifies the basic competencies and knowledge areas that all students completing degrees at a Missouri public institution of higher education must complete. CORE 42 is comprised of dozens of courses distributed across five knowledge areas. These courses are designated with a Missouri Transfer (MOTR) course number, which guarantees the one-to-one transfer of these courses among all Missouri public institutions of higher education. Please refer to MDHE Core Transfer Curriculum for detailed information on CORE 42 courses.

All knowledge areas below, designated with the CORE 42 logo indicate all courses in that area have been evaluated and provided a MOTR number for transfer to all Missouri public institutions of higher education.

Written Communications - 6 Credit Hours


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Oral Communications - 3 Credit Hours


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Natural Sciences - 8 Credit Hours


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Social and Behavioral Sciences - 6 Credit Hours


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Institutional Electives - 12 Credit Hours


The A.S. degree in Bioclinical Sciences at OTC requires the completion of 62 credit hours. The 12 elective hours for this category can consist of any course numbered 100 or higher from any area of study that a student is eligible to enroll. For the most accurate transferability of a course, a student should contact the institution to which they plan to transfer.

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