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    Hinds Community College
   
 
  Sep 26, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Catalog

Academic Programs



Transfer Tracks

Hinds Community College offers course work to complete the first two years of most baccalaureate programs of study. Listed below are just some of the baccalaureate programs which an academic student may pursue at Hinds. Students who plan to enter Mississippi public universities or four-year colleges should be aware of the transfer requirements that may apply in individual cases. These requirements vary with ACT scores, high school preparation, and high school GPA.

An academic student may earn an Associate of Arts Degree (AA) in either of two ways: (1) complete an academic program of study listed in this catalog -OR- (2) complete the first two years of any baccalaureate program of study found in any four-year college or university catalog which has become effective since the student began his/her college studies. Although one may pursue an AA degree in a specific area, the diploma issued by Hinds Community College will read “Associate of Arts Degree” with no reference to a major.

Generally one-half of the hours required for a bachelor’s degree may be transferred from a community college and applied to that degree at a four-year institution. Hinds Community College maintains a close working relationship with all Mississippi senior institutions to insure that all academic courses which are intended to transfer will do so. Individual articulation agreements are maintained with selected colleges as well as a formal overall Articulation Agreement between the Mississippi Board of Trustees of State Institutions of Higher Learning and the Mississippi Community College Board, outlining over 160 articulated programs of study. Articulation agreements may be found in the IHL/MS Community College Transfer Articulation Agreement or the Mississippi Articulation and Transfer Tool.

   
Accounting/Accountancy Health, P.E. and Recreation
African American Studies History
American Studies Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management
Anthropology Human Sciences
Architecture (one year only) Interior Design
Art Journalism
Athletic Training/Sports Medicine Landscape Architecture
Biochemistry Leadership Development
Biology Legal Studies
Business Administration Linguistics
     -Advertising Mass Communication
     -Economics Mathematics
     -Finance Medical Technology
     -General Business Microbiology
     -Management Music/Music Education/Performance
     -Marketing Nursing (Nursing Science - Associate Degree Nursing Program, AAS )
Chemistry Nutrition and Dietetics
Commercial Aviation Paralegal Studies
Computer Science Philosophy
Criminal Justice (Criminal Justice, AAS ) Physical Sciences
Dance Physics and Astronomy
Economics Political Science
Education Polymer Science
     -Elementary Pre-Agriculture   
     -Secondary      -Agribusiness
     -Special      -Agricultural Engineering Technology & Business
Education of the Deaf      -Agronomy
Engineering      -Animal Sciences
     -Aerospace      -Horticulture
     -Biological      -Poultry Science
     -Chemical Pre-Criminal Justice
     -Civil Pre-Dental Hygienist
     -Computer Pre-Dentistry
     -Electrical Pre-Health Sciences
     -Geological Pre-Medicine
     -Mechanical Pre-Nursing
Engineering Technology Pre-Physical Therapy
     -Architectural Pre-Radiology Technology
     -Computer Pre-Veterinary Science
     -Construction Psychology
     -Electronics Public Administration
     -Industrial Recreation
     -Robotics & Automation Religious Studies
English Social Work
Environmental Health Sociology
Environmental Science Southern Studies
Exercise Science Speech
Family Studies Speech Pathology/Audiology
Food Science, Nutrition and Health Promotion Sport Coaching Education
Foreign Languages Theatre
Forensics Urban Studies
Forestry  
Geography  

Academic Programs of Study

Programs