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General Education

The General Education courses are intended to broaden the student perspective and help to develop skills and competencies needed to make informed choices, accept social responsibility in work and living environments, and foster professional success.

APT College offers 6 General Education courses, one for each of the required subject areas to complete an associate degree program. Each course is four (4) quarter credit hours (quarter system) for a total of twenty-four (24) credit hours.

Please refer to the College Catalog for more detailed information.

Students can transfer General Education credits earned in other accredited institutions. APT’s Credit Evaluation Committee will evaluate all transfer credits.

Courses

This course presents the fundamental elements of interpersonal and intrapersonal communication, with an emphasis on the workplace and small groups. Primary focus is placed on critical thinking, perception, conflict, verbal and nonverbal components, strategies for listening and responding, the dynamics of relationship, and adjustments for cultural differences. Students evaluate these in light of ethics, context, and communication styles.

Credits: 4.00

Modality: COMM101 is available in the asynchronous online modality format with extensive content and activity interaction online in the eLearning Portal (www.aptconline.com)

If you are interested in this course, please click the interest form button, fill the form, and submit. An APT representative will contact you to follow up. interest form
This course develops fundamental written communication skills with an emphasis on understanding the writing process, analyzing standard English mechanics, and practicing writing for personal and professional applications.

Credits: 4.00

Modality: ENGL101 is available in the asynchronous online modality format with extensive content and activity interaction online in the eLearning Portal (www.aptconline.com)

If you are interested in this course, please click the interest form button, fill the form, and submit. An APT representative will contact you to follow up. interest form
This course explores the relationship between man and the environment, examining the balance between natural resources and the needs of an expanding population. Students engage scientific, political, economic, and social implications of managing the physical environment.

Credits: 4.00

Modality: ENVS101 is available in the asynchronous online modality format with extensive content and activity interaction online in the eLearning Portal (www.aptconline.com)

If you are interested in this course, please click the interest form button, fill the form, and submit. An APT representative will contact you to follow up. interest form
In this course, students will examine the political and religious doctrines, social reforms, and regional differences from the past that inform an understanding of U.S. government and American society today.

Credits: 4.00

Modality: HIST101 is available in the asynchronous online modality format with extensive content and activity interaction online in the eLearning Portal (www.aptconline.com)

If you are interested in this course, please click the interest form button, fill the form, and submit. An APT representative will contact you to follow up. interest form
This course introduces the fundamental concepts of mathematics. Students will gain an understanding of whole numbers and the arithmetic operations, the order of operation rules, fractions and decimals, and percentages. The metric system and the customary system are explained and basic geometry concepts introduced. At the end of the course,basic algebra concepts such as the use of variables and linear equations to solve word problems by means are discussed.

Credits: 4.00

Modality: MATH110 is available in the asynchronous online modality format with extensive content and activity interaction online in the eLearning Portal (www.aptconline.com)

If you are interested in this course, please click the interest form button, fill the form, and submit. An APT representative will contact you to follow up. interest form
This course explores sociological processes that underlie everyday life, focusing on cultural diversity, processes of socialization, and social factors that shape and drive the U.S. culture.

Credits: 4.00

Modality: SOCY101 is available in the asynchronous online modality format with extensive content and activity interaction online in the eLearning Portal (www.aptconline.com)

If you are interested in this course, please click the interest form button, fill the form, and submit. An APT representative will contact you to follow up. interest form

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