Environmental Design

Texas A&M University - College Station
Bachelor of Environmental Design (B.E.D.)
DCCCD - Associate in Arts or Associate in Sciences
Degree

Transfer Guide

See complete requirements for DCCCD Associate in Sciences 


Courses that are required by TAMU degree and may be part of the DCCCD core or elective hours

PHIL 2303  (or upper division Philosophy course taken at TAMU) (not required by TAMU but is counted as fulfilling part of mathematics core requirements)

3

PHYS 1401

4

MATH 1324 and 1325 or 2513 and 24146-9
Note: TAMU will accept up to 60 credit hours of college level academic courses (not vocational/technical/developmental) with a grade of "C" or better from DCCCD.