Normally numbers also correspond with the college level at which they are taken. Courses numbered or higher are upper-level courses primarily for juniors and seniors, though open to other qualified students; courses numbered lower than are primarily for first-year students and sophomores. Courses numbered above are graduate level courses.
All associate degree students must complete one of the following mathematics courses. Honors Program The honors program provides qualified students with an opportunity to challenge their academic potential through enriched learning experiences.
The program features small, seminar-style classes involving extensive interaction between faculty and students, with an emphasis on collaboration and inquiry.
Honors courses encourage critical and creative thinking through the writing of short and long essays and the reading of original works of significant writers and thinkers from classical through contemporary times. The honors program prepares students to transfer and excel academically at a four-year college.
Two core honors courses ENG H and IDS H and a selection of elective honors courses representing various academic departments are offered each year. Entrance Criteria In order to accommodate students with diverse backgrounds and needs, the honors program offers a range of entrance criteria.
Students can enter the honors program or take an honors course if they: Possess a combined reading and mathematics SAT score of at least 1,; Possess a composite ACT score of at least 24; Hold a high school diploma with a grade point average of 3.
Honors Designation In order to receive designation as an honors program graduate at commencement exercises, a student must: Students should submit their application at least one term prior to their expected completion date.
Proficiency examination and transfer credit hours cannot equal more than 75 percent of the hours needed for an associate degree or certificate. Students who have been continuously enrolled without having two consecutive terms not including summer of non-enrollment can graduate according to the course and graduation requirements of the catalog in the year in which they first enrolled or the catalog of any subsequent year.
Associate Degree An associate degree is awarded to students who complete their specific program requirements as well as the following college criteria: At least 60 credit hours with a "C" 2.
Certificate A certificate is awarded to students who complete their specific program requirements as well as the following college criteria: General Education Assessment Associate degree students must complete a general education assessment GEA before being awarded a degree. The assessment measures the general education competencies exhibited by potential graduates.
The assessment is administered only on specific dates during the year. Reverse transfer graduates are also exempt. Students who have questions about the general education assessment should contact their advisors. Awards and Honors Associate degree graduates with a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.
Diplomas are mailed to graduates after they are received, approximately eight weeks after the graduation date. Participation in Commencement Wor-Wic conducts one commencement ceremony each year. Students are eligible to participate if they have completed the requirements for their degree or certificate at the end of the fall term or if they are completing the requirements for their degree or certificate at the end of the spring term.
Students completing in the summer can also participate if they have nine credits or less remaining, they have registered for their remaining course work and they have met all other graduation requirements by the second Friday in April. Students graduating with an associate degree must also complete the general education competency assessment.
Letters are mailed to students about eight weeks after each completion date. Transfer A student who wants to transfer to a four-year institution should consult with his or her advisor and the institution to which he or she intends to transfer to ensure that the courses taken at Wor-Wic will fulfill the requirements of the transfer institution.
Maryland Higher Education Commission has policies governing the transfer of students among the two- and four-year public institutions in Maryland.
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