University of Houston-Victoria

Admissions

Transfer Plan for Lone Star College - Petroleum Technology

Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences

(University minimum requirements 120 hours)

Core Requirements (Community College Course Work)

Education - 3 s.h.

  • EDUC 1300

Petroleum Technology - 29 s.h.

  • PTRT 1301, 1370, 1371, 1372, 1373, 1374, 2331 and 2271 or 72
  • PETR 3310, 4311 or 4313

Geography - 4 s.h.

  • GISC 1411
English - 9 s.h.
  • English 1301, 1302 and 2311

Language, Philosophy, and Culture - 3 s.h.

  • Choose from core curriculum

Speech - 3 s.h.

  • SPCH 1321

Social/Behavioral Science - 3 s.h. 

  • Choose from core curriculum

Computer Literacy - 3 s.h.

  • COCS 1301
  • ITSW 1304, 1307 and 2334

Math - 9 s.h.

  • MATH 1314 and 2412
  • TECM 1303

Upper-Division Courses (UHV Course Work)

  • MATH 3391 - Probability & Statistics
  • ENGL 3430 - Professional Writing
  • HIST 1301 - United States History I
  • HIST 1302 - United States History II
  • GOVT 2305 - United States Government
  • GOVT 2306 - Texas State and Local Government
  • COMM 3325 - Professional Speaking
  • COMM 4314 - Intercultural Communications
  • HUMA 4322 - Ethics
  • COSC 3325 - Information Systems in Organizations
  • 6 semester hours Natural Science from UHV core curriculum
  • 15 semester hours Upper division concentration

Elective Hours - 9 s.h.

Notes:

EDUC 1300 is required for all First Time in College (FTIC) students at Lone Star College. If not FTIC, select COSC 1301.

Students may be awarded credit at UHV for 24 to 44 vocational or technical credits earned within an Associate of Applied Arts and Sciences program at LSC.

AAS includes 25 hours of the required 30 to meet UHV program admission requirements. Student should select 2 additional courses from PTRT to meet admission requirement at UHV.

Student may complete additional courses at LSC. The maximum credit hours permitted for transfer to UHV is 66. Students are strongly encouraged to consult with an advisor.

Student will select from Visual/Performing Arts or Humanities core curriculum as needed for completion. Consult with an advisor for approved options.