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MATH 1314, 1316, 1324, 1325, 1332, 1342, *1350,

*1351, 2320, 2412, 2413, 2414, 2415; PHIL 2303; PHYS 1401,

1402, 1403, 1404, 1410, 2425, 2426

Social/Behavioral ANTH 2301, 2346, 2351; CRIJ 1301, 1307; ECON 2301, 3 hours

Sciences 2302; GEOG 1300, 1303; GOVT 2301, 2302, 2304; HIST 1301,

1302, 2301, 2311, 2312, 2321, 2322; PSYC 2301, 2302, 2306,

2308, 2314, 2315, 2316, 2317, 2319; SOCI 1301, 1306, 2301,

2319, 2326

Humanities/Fine Arts ARTS 1301, 1303, 1304, 1316, 2346, 2356; COMM 1318; 3 hours

DANC 2303; DRAM 1120, 1121, 1310, 1330, 1351, 1352, 2120,

2331, 2361, 2362, 2366; ENGL 2307, 2322, 2323, 2327, 2328, 2332,

2333, 2341, 2342, 2343, 2351; HUMA 1301, 1302; MUSI 1301,

1306, 1308, 1309, 1310; PHIL 1301, 1304, 2306, 2321;

FREN 2311, 2312; GERM 2311, 2312; ITAL 2311, 2312;

SPAN 2311, 2312, 2313, 2315

Elective To meet LSCS core requirements (general education courses), 3 hours

see individual program degree plans for specific course.

Specific Workforce OR 45-57 hours

Support Program Courses

Multicultural Students must take one of the above underlined courses to meet the multicultural

REQUIREMENTS requirement of this degree, or master the multicultural competencies contained

in a specific degree program, or take one of the following courses to meet the

multicultural requirement of this degree. FREN 1300, 1310, 1411, 1412;

GERM 1411, 1412; ITAL 1411, 1412; JAPN 1411, 1412; SGNL 1401,

1402, 2301, 2302; SPAN 1300, 1310, 1411,1412, 2306.

TOTAL (individual programs vary) 60-72 hours

1 Students must meet math competency. In AAS awards that include natural sciences rather than math courses, students

must complete or place out of MATH 0308.

NOTE: Students must also meet computer literacy, wellness and communication competencies. The core component

of this degree is 15 semester hours.

* Specifically designed for elementary and middle school teachers. Please see graduation requirements.

WORKFORCE

DEGREES

WORKFORCE DEGREES AND CERTIFICATES

102 LSCS Catalog 2010/2011

Prefixes Assigned to Programs & Disciplines

Accounting..........................................ACCT, ACNT

Agriculture..................................................... AGRI

American Sign Language.................................SGNL

Anthropology................................................ ANTH

Arabic...........................................................ARAB

Art.................................................................ARTS

Audio Visual Systems Specialist.........................AVTS

Automotive Technology...................................AUMT

Aviation Management............................. AIRP, AVIM

Biology........................................................... BIOL

Biotechnology.................................................. BITC

Business/Management.............. BMGT, BUSG, BUSI, .

HRPO, IBUS, MRKG

Chemistry......................................................CHEM

Chinese.........................................................CHIN

Computer Information Technology..........BCIS, COSC,

INEW, ITCC, ITMT, ITNW, ITSC, ITSE, ITSW, ITSY

Cosmetology................................................. CSME

Criminal Justice................................................. CRIJ

Dance........................................................ DANC

Dental Hygiene..............................................DHYG

Diagnostic Medical Sonography ............DSVT, DSAE,

DMSO

Drama..........................................................DRAM

Economics.................................................... ECON

Education...................................................... EDUC

Electrician........................................................ELPT

Emergency Medical Services Professions............EMSP

Engineering...................................................ENGR

Engineering Design Graphics Technology.........ARCE,

CETT, CNBT, DFTG, ENTC, HART, IEIR, INMT, MCHN

Engineering Technology............... CETT, CPMT, DFTG,

EECT, ELMT, IEIR, INMT, INTC, PTRT, RBTC

English................................................ ENGL, ETWR

Environmental Science.....................................ENVR

Fire Science Technology............................. FIRS, FIRT

French........................................................... FREN

Game Design and Simulation......................... GAME

Geographic Information Systems....................... GISC

Geography..................................................GEOG

Geology........................................................GEOL

German........................................................GERM

Government..................................................GOVT

Health Information Technology....... HITT, HPRS, MRMT

Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and

Refrigeration.....................................ELPT, HART, IEIR

History.............................................................HIST

Hospitality Management......................HAMG, RSTO

Humanities................................................... HUMA

Human Development..................................... HUMD

Human Services...........CMSW, DAAC, GERS, SCWK

Interior Design Technology............................... INDS

Interpreter Training Technology.............. SGNL, SLNG

Italian.............................................................. ITAL

Japanese....................................................... JAPN

Journalism...................................................COMM

Kinesiology.....................................................KINE

Land Surveyor................................................ SRVY

Logistics Management.....................................LMGT

Machining Technology............... DFTG, INMT, MCHN

Management........ BMGT, BUSG, HRPO, IBUS, MRKG

Mathematics........................................MATH, TECM

Mechatronics.........................................INMT, RBTC

Medical Assisting................................ MDCA, ECRD

Medical Radiologic Technology..... CTMT, MRIT, RADR

Music......................................MUAP, MUEN, MUSI

Associate Degree Nursing...............................RNSG

Occupational Therapy Assistant.......................OTHA

Paralegal Studies.............................................LGLA

Pharmacy Technology......................................PHRA

Philosophy....................................................... PHIL

Physical Therapist Assistant............................. PTHA

Physics........................................................... PHYS

Professional Office Technology....... ITSC, ITSW, POFL,

POFM, POFT

Psychology..................................................... PSYC

Respiratory Care.............................................. RSPT

ROTC.................................................. AFSC, MSCI

Sociology....................................................... SOCI

Spanish.........................................................SPAN

Speech..........................................................SPCH

Surgical Technology........................................ SRGT

Veterinary Technology......................................VTHT

Visual Communication.................ARTC, ARTV, GRPH,

ITSW, FLMC, IMED, RTVB

Vocational Nursing.........................................VNSG

Welding Technology........METL, NDTE, QCTC, WLDG

WORKFORCE

DEGREES

WORKFORCE DEGREES AND CERTIFICATES

LSCS Catalog 2010/2011 103

Crosswalk of Courses

Visit our Web site at http://www.LoneStar.edu/course-crosswalk.htm to see a crosswalk of

course revisions. This crosswalk revision will identify the new course & the course it replaces

due to course number, course prefix or title changes.

Old (2009-2010) Course New (2010-2011) Course

BITC 1211 Introduction to Biotechnology................................BITC 1411 Introduction to Biotechnology

BUSG 2309 Small Business Management...............................BUSG 2309 Small Business Management/

Entrepreneurship

DRAM 2361 History of Theatre I............................................HIST 2361 Theatre History to 1700

DRAM 2362 History of Theatre II...........................................HIST 2362 Theatre History from 1700

ENGL (ESOL changes can be reviewed at http://www.LoneStar.edu/course-crosswalk.htm)

GAME 2371 Writing and Storyboarding................................GAME 1335 Interactive Writing I

for Interactive Games

GRPH 2380 Cooperative Education.......................................ARTC 2380 Cooperative Education -

Commercial and Advertising Art

ITCC 1401 Exploration- Network Fundamentals.......................ITCC 1401 Cisco Exploration 1 - Network

Fundamentals

IMED 1301 Introduction to Multimedia...................................IMED 1301 Introduction to Digital Media

IMED 1345 Interactive Multimedia I.......................................IMED 1345 Interactive Digital Media I

IMED 2345 Interactive Multimedia II......................................IMED 2345 Interactive Digital Media II

INTC 1307 Electronic Test Equipment.....................................INTC 1307 Instrumentation Test Equipment

MRKG 1301 Customer Relations............................................MRKG 1301 Customer Relationship

Management

SPCH 1321 Business Speech................................................SPCH 1321 Business and Professional

Communication


DEGREES AND CERTIFICATES

LSCS Catalog 2010/2011 105

DEGREES AND

CERTIFICATES

Degrees and Certificates

ACCOUNTING

The accounting associate of applied science degree

is designed to prepare students for occupations in the

accounting profession. Job responsibilities depend

on the area of specialization: public accounting,

managerial accounting, or governmental accounting.

Accountants help individuals and businesses

manage their money by setting up and maintaining

accounting systems, preparing budgets, studying

company operations, performing audits, and preparing

government forms. They help management

plan and control company activities.

Accounting graduates have a wide variety of

job opportunities available to them in industry, in

governmental agencies, or in the public accounting

sector. Beginning accountants usually start as

ledger accountants, internal auditors, or as trainees

for technical accounting positions.

The associate of applied science degree is awarded

for successful completion of 61- 62 credit hours as

outlined. Students desiring a less comprehensive

program should consider one of the accounting

certificate programs also listed below.

Accounting Advanced Technical Certificate-CPA

Exam Preparation: The Texas State Board of Public

Accountancy (TSBPA) awarded Lone Star College

System (LSCS) the designation to offer “Qualifying

Educational Credit for the CPA Examination.”

Eleven of the LSCS accounting courses meet the

TSBPA’s definition of upper-division accounting

courses required to take the CPA exam. This

designation allows individuals who have already

earned a baccalaureate or higher degree from

a recognized educational institution to gain the

thirty (30) advanced accounting hours required to

qualify for the CPA exam. The individual should

be enrolled in the accounting advanced technical

certificate-CPA exam preparation and take no less

than 24 semester hours of accounting from LSCS

toward meeting the 30 semester hours. Contact the

accounting department at LSC-CyFair, Montgomery,

North Harris or Tomball for specific information,

advising, and recommended sequencing of courses.

The general education core courses and several individual

accounting courses will transfer to a variety

of universities. Contact the counselor or advisor at

any college for specific information and to obtain

the recommended sequencing of courses.

ACCOUNTING CERTIFICATE

(C1_ACC1 certificate offered at LSC-CyFair,

Montgomery, North Harris and Tomball)

FIRST YEAR

First Semester Credit

ACCT 2401 Principles of Accounting I 4

ACNT 1331 Fed. Income Tax: Individual 3

ITSC 1401 Introduction to Computers 4

SEMESTER TOTAL 11

Second Semester Credit

ACCT 2402 Principles of Accounting II 4

ACNT 2303 Intermediate Accounting I 3

Elective1 Department Approved 1-4

SEMESTER TOTAL 8-11

Third Semester Credit

ACNT 2304 Intermediate Accounting II 3

ACNT 2309 Cost Accounting 3

ACNT2 2331 Internal Control and Auditing 3

SEMESTER TOTAL 9

TOTAL Credit Hours for

Accounting Certificate 28-31

1 Electives to be selected from ACNT 1193, 1340, 1347,

1391, 1393, 2330, 2332, 2333, 2371, 2380, 2381;

BUSI 1301, 2301, 2304; ITSW 1404,1407. Other

electives may be chosen with Accounting department

approval.

2 Capstone course

ACCOUNTING

Associate of applied science degree

(AAS_ACCS degree offered at LSC-CyFair,

Montgomery, North Harris and Tomball)

FIRST YEAR

First Semester Credit

ACCT 2401 Principles of Accounting I 4

ACNT 1331 Federal Income Tax: Individual 3

HRPO 1311 Human Relations OR 3

PSYC 2301 General Psychology

DEGREES AND CERTIFICATES

106 LSCS Catalog 2010/2011

DEGREES AND

CERTIFICATES

ITSC 1401 Introduction to Computers 4

KINE Any physical activity course 1

SEMESTER TOTAL 15

Second Semester Credit

ACCT 2402 Principles of Accounting II 4

ACNT 1347 Federal Income Tax for 3

Partnerships & Corp.

BMGT 1327 Principles of Management 3

BUSI 2301 Business Law 3

ENGL 1301 Composition & Rhetoric I 3

SEMESTER TOTAL 16

SECOND YEAR

First Semester Credit

ACNT 2303 Intermediate Accounting I 3

ACNT 2309 Cost Accounting 3

ECON 2301 Macroeconomics OR

ECON 2302 Microeconomics 3

MATH 1314 College Algebra 3

SPCH 1315 Public Speaking OR 3

SPCH 1321 Business and Professional

Communication

SEMESTER TOTAL 15

Second Semester Credit

ACNT 2304 Intermediate Accounting II 3

ACNT1 2331 Internal Control & Auditing 3

Elective2 Humanities/Fine Arts 3

Elective3 Department approved 3-4

Elective Outside Area of Specialization 3

SEMESTER TOTAL 15-16

TOTAL Credit Hours for AAS Degree 61-62

1 Capstone course

2 Must meet multicultural requirement

3 Electives to be selected from ACNT 1193, 1340, 1391,

1393, 2330, 2332, 2333, 2371, 2380, 2381; HRPO

2301; BMGT 1331; BUSI 1307, 2304; ITSW 1404,

1407. Other electives may be chosen with Accounting

department approval.

ACCOUNTING ADVANCED TECHNICAL

Certificate -CPA Exam preparation

(C4_ACC4 certificate offered at LSC-CyFair,

Montgomery, North Harris and Tomball)

Prerequisite: Bachelor’s degree that includes the

equivalent of ACCT 2401, ACCT 2402, ECON

2301, ECON 2302 and BUSI 2301. If these

courses are not included in the bachelor’s degree,

they must be completed in order to be admitted

into the certificate program.

FIRST YEAR

First Semester Credit

ACNT 2303 Intermediate Accounting I 3

Elective1 Business Elective 3

ACNT 1331 Federal Income Tax: Individual 3

BUSI2 2304 Business Communications 3

SEMESTER TOTAL 12

Second Semester Credit

ACNT 2304 Intermediate Accounting II 3

ACNT 1347 Federal Income Tax for Partnerships/

Corporations 3

Elective1 Business Elective 3

Elective1 Business Elective 3

SEMESTER TOTAL 12

SECOND YEAR

First Semester Credit

ACNT 2309 Cost Accounting 3

ACNT2 2333 Advanced Accounting 3

ACNT 2330 Governmental and Not-for-Profit

Accounting 3

ACNT2 1393 Federal Income Tax: Advanced 3

SEMESTER TOTAL 12

Second Semester Credit

Elective3 Accounting Elective 3

ACNT4 1340 Accounting and Business Ethics 3

ACNT2,5 2331 Internal Control and Auditing 3

Elective1 Business Elective 3

SEMESTER TOTAL 12

TOTAL Credit Hours for Accounting Advanced

Technical Certificate 48

1 Choose business electives from the following: BMGT

1327, BMGT 1331, HRPO 2307, MRKG 2348, MRKG

1311, and BUSI 2372. Other electives may be chosen

with accounting department approval.

2 Courses pending approval by TSPCA to meet Skills

Specifications Outline (SSOs) for CPA Exam

3 Choose accounting electives from the following: ACNT

1391,1393, 2332, 2371

4 Approved by Texas State Board of Public Accountancy

5 Capstone course
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