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2023-24 Catalog

Associate in Arts


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Program Code: AATLA
ASSOCIATE IN Arts (Transfer Program)

The Associate in Arts degree is designed for students to have a successful transfer to the university and program of their choice. Students majoring in areas such as art, education, history, journalism, music, philosophy, pre-law, political science, psychology, and sociology may want to consider this degree.

 

Overview of degree (see below for specific courses to be completed with a grade of “C” or better):

  • Communication: ENG 100  or ENG 101  and ENG 102  or ENG 102H  
  • Humanities: Two courses from two disciplines
  • Mathematics: MTH 1100  or MTH 1101  , MTH 1130  , MTH 1140  , MTH 1120  , or higher
  • Science: Two courses, including one laboratory experience, from two disciplines
  • Social Science: Two courses from two disciplines
  • Additional Requirements: Four courses from humanities and/or social science

Electives: College-level courses (100 level or higher) to reach the minimum 60 credits

Two courses in humanities and/or social science must have a course number of 200 or above.

Degree Requirements:


Students need to complete a minimum of 60 credits with an overall GPA of 2.0 or better to earn this degree.

Communications:


Complete two courses with a grade of “C” or better:

Humanities: *


Complete two courses from two disciplines with a grade of “C” or better:

Science:


Complete two courses, including one with laboratory experience, from two disciplines with a grade of “C” or better:

Additional Requirements: *


Complete four courses with a grade of “C” or better from the list below. Reference your transfer plan to maximize course transferability. For assistance, contact your advisor. The four courses chosen must be different than the four courses used to complete the humanities and social science requirements.

Electives:


* Two courses in humanities and/or social science must have a course number of 200 or above.

** College-level courses (100 level or higher) to reach the minimum 60 credits needed to complete this degree.

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