Course Selection Guides

Course Selection Guides offer college- and major-specific pathways for obtaining an associate’s degree and preparing for courses within the student’s major after he or she transfers to a specific four-year university. They are based on the AA/AS Plan of Study and are developed using Baccalaureate Degree Plans and major requirements provided by the four-year universities. Students interested in a major that is not listed or plan to transfer to a university that’s not listed on the course selection guide can use the Baccalaureate Degree Plan and degree requirements provided by the four-year university. Please note that four-year universities do change their requirements without notice to Durham Technical Community College.

Art and Design

Biology

Birth to Kindergarten

BRITE at NCCU

Business

Chemistry

Communications Studies

Computer Science

Criminal Justice

Dental Hygiene at UNC-CH

Economics

Elementary Education

Engineering

English Literature

Environmental Science

Exercise and Sport Science

Geology

Health Education

History

Hospitality and Tourism

Information Technology and Business

Journalism

Mathematics

Mathematics Education at NCSU

Middle Grades Education: Language Arts

Middle Grades Education: Mathematics

Middle Grades Education: Science

Middle Grades Education: Social Science

Music Performance

Nutrition

Nursing

Nursing – RN to BSN

Parks and Recreation

Philosophy

Physical Education

Political Science

Pre-professional (see note below)

Psychology

Public Health Studies

Radiologic Science at UNC-CH

Science Education with a Biology Concentration at NCSU

Science Education with a Chemistry Concentration at NCSU

Social Work

Sociology

Statistics


Pre-Professional programs are selected as a second program to accompany any primary major of the student’s choosing. Any student who selects a pre-professional program should also select an accompanying major. For example: A student who selects the secondary program of Pre-Medicine, might also select a major in biology, chemistry, or physics.