State Fair Community College

2010-2012 degree and program requirements

Advising worksheets--

Advising worksheets help students plan and accomplish their educational goals.  Each worksheet is intended as a guide and is not intended to replace the advisor. Click on a link to access a PDF of a degree or program that will open in a new window. Please note that these worksheets may be subject to change.

Associate of Arts (AA) degrees are designed for the student who wishes to transfer and earn a Baccalaureate degree. It is important to contact the college to which the student wishes to transfer for advice on how each credit will transfer. Click transfer information for a list of four-year colleges with which SFCC has established agreements. The worksheets below contain a list of required general education courses and suggested electives. 

Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degrees are designed for students who wish to enter the career field after completing the program. In some programs, specific agreements have been made with other colleges and universities that allow A.A.S. degrees to transfer toward a baccalaureate degree. Students should speak with an advisor about how each course will transfer. The worksheets list the required courses for each degree.

The Associate of Arts in Teaching (AAT) degree was created by Missouri four-year colleges and community colleges and provides students who have earned an AAT degree at SFCC the opportunity to complete a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science degree in education at a Missouri four-year college or university. Earning an AAT at SFCC makes the transition to four-year universities a smooth process and is very economical.

The Associate of Science in Engineering (ASE) is the only AS degree program in Engineering offered within the college's 14-county service area. The program provides students with the first two years of study toward a Bachelor of Science degree at the Missouri University of Science and Technology (MS&T) in Rolla, Mo. SFCC also has transfer agreements with other colleges and universities.

One-year Professional Certificates are designed to get students into the work force quickly. Most certificates can be applied toward an A.A.S. degree if the student decides to continue after completion of a certificate program.

Some of the programs now include Skills Certificates for students interested in attaining a set of specialized skills that could lead to quick employment. The number of credit hours required can range from 15 to 18 because courses are limited to a specific set of skills.

If you do not see a program of interest listed below, please contact the ARC at (660) 530-5831 for assistance.

For students who enrolled in fall of 2008, use the 2008-2010 Worksheets

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Associate of Arts and Associate of Applied Science degrees

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Accounting Accounting
Agriculture Agriculture 
Architecture Agriculture with emphasis in horticulture
Art Agriculture with emphasis in sustainable agriculture
Aviation Auto Technology
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Biology Building materials merchandising
Business Business management -- marketing
  Business management -- real estate
  Business management -- office management
  Business management -- management

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Chemistry Computer aided drafting
Computer aided drafting and design Computer information systems -- accounting
Computer science Computer information systems -- programming
Conservation Construction technology 
Construction Criminal justice
Criminal justice  

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Dentistry - pre bachelor's degree Dental Hygiene
Dietetics - pre bachelor's degree  

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English Early childhood
  Early childhood with Central Methodist University

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Foreign language  

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Graphic arts  

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History - political science  Health Care Specialist - Nurse Aide
   Health Care Specialist - Pharmacy Tech
   Health Information Technology

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 Industrial science Industrial technology -- electrical maintenance 


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Library science  

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Mathematics Machine tool
Medicine - pre bachelor's degree Marine technology
Music Medical office administration -- coding*
  Medical office administration -- management*
  Medical office administration -- transcription*
  Metals technology  
  *Effective June 1, 2011, new students will not be enrolled in these programs  

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Nursing - pre bachelor's degree Network administration
  Networking PC technician

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Open Occupational therapy assistant 
Optometry - pre bachelor's degree  

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Pharmacy - pre bachelor's degree Paraprofessional educator
Physical education, fitness, wellness, athletic training  
Physical Therapy  - pre bachelor's degree  

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  Radiologic technology
  Renewable energy with emphasis in biomass energy
  Renewable energy with emphasis in solar electric
  Renewable energy with emphasis in wind electric

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Secondary education  
Secondary education - biology  
Secondary education - business  
Secondary education - chemistry  
Secondary education - earth science  
Secondary education - social studies  
Sociology - social work  
Speech pathology  
Speech and theatre  

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Veterinary medicine - pre bachelor's degree  

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  Web development 


Associate of Arts in Teaching

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Associate of Arts in Teaching - general
Transfer to Central Methodist University at SFCC locations
Transfer to University of Missouri - Columbia
Transfer to University of Central Missouri - Warrensburg

Associate of Science in Engineering

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 Transfer to Missouri University of Science and Technology (MS&T) - Rolla

Professional Certificates

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Automotive Technology

Electrical Maintenance Technology

Machine Tool

Medical Office Assistant

Office Support

Nurse Aide

Pharmacy Technology

Practical Nursing

Real Estate Appraisal


Skills Certificates 

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Nurse Aide

Pharmacy Technician

Solar Electric Installation

Sustainable Agriculture

*Effective June 1, 2011, new students will not be enrolled in this program


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