The below courses are required for BS Crisis and Disaster Management majors and can be fulfilled at Three Rivers as part of the AAS Fire Science degree requirements. If any of the below courses are not taken at Three Rivers, they must be completed at UCM. The full list of AAS requirements can be found in the Three Rivers Catalog.
Students who transfer to UCM with a completed AAS degree will need to complete the general education requirements at UCM. Some requirements are outlined below. See the UCM General Education Requirements section at the bottom of this guide.
AAS General Education Requirements: 20 Semester Hours
The below courses are recommended to be taken at Three Rivers as part of the AAS and fulfill UCM general education requirements (listed in parentheses).
Minimum Total Hours Required for Three Rivers AAS: 62 Semester Hours
UCM BS Crisis and Disaster Management
The below list of courses represents the requirements a student will have left to complete after transferring to UCM with an Associate of Applied Science degree. Any courses listed above not taken at Three Rivers must be completed as part of BS requirements.
General Education Requirements: 26-27 Semester Hours
The following General Education requirements will need to be completed at UCM. These requirements may vary depending on general education courses transferred from Three Rivers.
Foundational Skills: Writing II (3 hours)
Foundational Skills: Managing Information (2-3 hours)
Knowledge Area I (9 hours)
Knowledge Area II (3 hours)
Knowledge Area III (6 hours)
Engagement (3 hours)
Minimum Total Hours Required for BS: 120 Semester Hours
This guide is based on the UCM 2021 Undergraduate Catalog and is subject to change. This guide is a recommendation only and your actual program may vary. Time to degree completion and course sequencing will depend on any credits transferred to UCM and on planned placement in math, reading, and writing. See the current UCM Undergraduate Catalog and Three Rivers Course Catalog for a complete listing of academic policies, curriculum, prerequisites, and course descriptions.