2013-2014 Curriculum Worksheets for Bridge to Clemson Students

Curriculum worksheets outline required courses and Tri-County equivalents for the associated Clemson major. Students are expected to be familiar with general education and major-specific requirements for their intended major as outlined in the Clemson Undergraduate Announcements. Additionally, students must satisfy any Tri-County prerequisites for the courses listed. Students must earn 30 transferrable credits at Tri-County and a 2.5 GPA during their Bridge year to complete Bridge program requirements.

If any of the degree requirements listed on the worksheet are met through dual enrollment and/or AP/IB credit or students wish to enroll in other courses, consult the Undergraduate Announcements and the Bridge Course Equivalency Guide for additional coursework that fulfills major and Bridge academic requirements.

Note that worksheets are provided all Clemson majors, including limited enrollment majors. Students who choose to follow the curriculum sequence for a limited enrollment major can not be guaranteed the opportunity to successfully change into that major upon transfer to Clemson. The liimted enrollment majors are: Architecture Design, Communication Studies, Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, Health Science, Nursing, Production Studies (Audio), Professional Golf Management, Secondary Education (History)
and Special Education.

These worksheets are supplemental planning aids and are for informational purposes only.

College of Agriculture, Forestry, and Life Sciences
Agricultural Education - All Emphasis Areas

Agricultural Mechanization and Business

Agriculture, Forestry, and Life Sciences Undeclared

Animal and Veterinary Sciences - Animal Agribusiness Concentration

Animal and Veterinary Sciences - Equine Business Concentration

Animal and Veterinary Sciences - Preveterinary and Science Concentration

Applied Economics and Statistics - Agribusiness Emphasis Area

Biochemistry

Biological Sciences - BA

Biologicial Sciences - BA Pre-Rehabilitation Sciences Emphasis Area

Biological Sciences - BS and all emphasis areas

Biologicial Sciences - Double Major in Biological Sciences and Science Teaching


Environmental and Natural Resources - Conservation Biology Concentration

Environmental and Natural Resources - Natural Resource and Economic Policy Concentration

Environmental and Natural Resources - Natural Resources Management Concentration

Food Science - Food Science and Technology Concentration

Food Science - Nutrition and Dietetics Concentration

Forest Resource Management

Forest Resource Management - Land Surveying Emphasis

Genetics

Horticulture

Microbiology - BS and Biomedicine Concentration

Packaging Science

Preprofessional Health Studies - Pre-Med and Pre-Dental

Preprofessional Health Studies - Pre-Pharmacy

Preprofessional Health Studies - Prerehabilitation Sciences

Soils and Sustainable Crop Systems - Agricultural Biotechnology Concentration

Soils and Sustainable Crop Systems - Soil and Water Environmental Science Concentration

Soils and Sustainable Crop Systems - Sustainable Crop Production Concentration

Turfgrass

Wildlife and Fisheries Biology

College of Architecture, Arts, and Humanities
Architecture

Communication Studies

Construction Science and Management

English

History

Humanities Undeclared

Landscape Architecture

Language and International Health

Language and International Trade

Modern Languages

Philosophy

Production Studies in Performing Arts - Audio Technology

Production Studies in Performing Arts - Music

Production Studies in Performing Arts - Theatre

Visual Arts

College of Business and Behavioral Science

Anthropology - BA

Anthropology - BS

Economics

Graphic Communications

Political Science - BA

Political Science - BS

Pre-Business

Psychology - BA

Psychology - BS

Sociology - BA

Sociology - BS

College of Engineering and Science
Chemistry - BA

Chemistry - BS

Computer Information Systems

Computer Science - BA

Computer Science - BS

General Engineering

Geology - BS Environmental Science Concentration

Geology -- BS Hydrogeology Concentration

Mathematical Science - BA

Mathematical Science - BS

Mathematical Sciences - BS Biology Concentration

Physics - BA

Physics - BS

Physics - BS Biophysics Concentration

College of Health, Education, and Human Development
Early Childhood Education

Elementary Education

Health Science - Cardiovascular Imaging Leadership Concentration

Health Science - Health Promotion and Education Concentration

Health Science - Health Services Administration Concentration

Health Science - Pre-Professional Health Studies Concentration

Mathematics Teaching

Nursing

Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Management - Community, Rec, Sport, and Camp Management
Concentration


Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Management - Park Conservation Area Management Concentration

Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Management - Professional Golf Management

Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Management - Therapeutic Recreation Concentration

Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Management - Travel and Tourism Concentration

Science Teaching - Biological Sciences

Science Teaching - Biological Sciences - Double major in Science Teaching and Biological Sciences - BA

Science Teaching - Chemistry

Science Teaching - Physcial Science

Science Teaching - Physics

Secondary Education - English

Secondary Education - Mathematics

Secondary Education - Social Studies (History)

Special Education

 

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