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Lake Region State College

HUMS 252

3

MATH 103 or 104

3

PHIL 101

3

POLS 115

3

POLS 116

3

PSYC 111

3

SOC 110

3

SOC 235

3

Lab Science

4

Sociology

COMM 110

3

ECON 201

3

ECON 202

3

ENGL 110

3

ENGL 120

3

HPER 101

1

HPER 102

1

MATH 103 or 104

3

PSYC 111

3

POLS 115

3

POLS 116

3

SOC 110

3

SOC 115

3

SOC 252

3

General Electives

3

Humanities Electives

12

Lab Science

4

Academic Information

Career and Technical

Programs

Indicates online offerings.

The primary purpose of all career and

technical training is to equip students

with the necessary skills for immediate

employment as well as prepare students for

advanced positions of responsibility. Many

of the programs in the career and technical

division can be integrated into a college

program to permit advanced placement

if students decide to earn a professional

degree. The semester hours listed for

each course indicate the number of credits

given and usually do not correspond to the

number of hours a class meets each week.

Courses of study in the career and technical

areas include:

Business Division

Accounting/Business Administration

Administrative Assistant and

Office Management

Adult Farm Management

Information Technology

Marketing/Merchandising

Precision Agriculture

Trade, Technical, and

Health Division

American Sign Language &

Interpreting Studies

Automotive Technology

Early Childhood Education

Fitness Trainer Technician

Law Enforcement

Nurse Assistant

Peace Officer Training