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AACC Courses at Chesapeake Science Point

Did you know you have the chance to take AACC courses, and earn college credits toward a Transfer Studies (A.A.) degree, right here at Chesapeake Point Charter School? Ask your high school counselor for details, and how to register through your school.

Fall Freshman Year

  • COM-111 - Fundamentals of Oral Communication* (ENG-101/101A eligibility strongly recommended)

Spring Freshman Year

  • CTP-194 - Ethics and the Information Age* (ENG-101/101A eligibility strongly recommended)

Fall Sophomore Year

  • SOC-111 - Introduction to Sociology* (ENG-101/101A eligibility required)

Spring Sophomore Year

  • GEO-102 - World Regional Geography* (ENG-101/101A eligibility required)

Fall Junior Year

  • AST-120 - Life in the Universe* (ENG-101/101A and general education math eligibility required)
  • HEA-114 - Components of Personal Fitness and Wellness* (no prerequisite)

Spring Junior Year

  • COM-200 – Intercultural Communication* (no prerequisite)
  • PSY-111 - Introduction to Psychology* (no prerequisite)

Students pursuing an AACC Transfer Studies Degree (A.A.) will work with an AACC advisor to determine course selection for their senior year.

In addition, the following courses will be offered:

Fall term

  • PSY-111 - Introduction to Psychology (no prerequisite)

Spring term

  • COM-111- Fundamentals of Oral Communication (ENG-101/101A eligibility strongly recommended)

*Enrolled students may be pursuing these courses to fulfill some of the requirements for a Transfer Studies (A.A.) degree. See the AACC College Catalog for details and eligibility requirements. 

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