The Associate of Arts degree is designed for students who desire a rigorous liberal arts education that emphasizes depth of intellectual and academic experience. This degree is designed for students whose educational interests are in the humanities, the creative and performing arts, and the social sciences. The degree can provide the basis for career advancement or for further study. Because transfer credit and degree requirements vary widely, it is important to consult with an advisor if you plan to transfer to a college or university.
|COM 150 Public Speaking*||3 credits|
|ENG 121 English Composition I*||3 credits|
|ENG 122 English Composition II*||3 credits|
One (1) literature course from the following 3 courses must be taken:
|ENG 201, 233, or 234||4 credits|
The following course must be taken:
|HUM 101 Modern Culture and the Arts*||4 credits|
The following courses must be taken:
|ANTH 201 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology*||4 credits|
|HIST 201 U.S. History I: European Colonization to 1877*||4 credits|
|HIST 202 U.S. History II: Reconstruction to the Present*||4 credits|
|PSY 101 Psychology* or SOC 120 Principles of Sociology*||4 credits|
8 credit hours of science must be taken in courses with the same prefix.
Select the 8 credit hours from the following sciences:
|BIO 121 General Biology I*AND BIO 122 General Biology II*||8 credits|
|CHEM 133 General Chemistry I* AND CHEM 134 General Chemistry II*||8 credits|
|PHYS 251 Physics I* AND PHYS 252 Physics I Lab*|
|PHYS 253 Physics II* AND PHYS 254 Physics II Lab*||10 credits|
|MATH 105 Mathematical Concepts for Elementary Teachers*||4 credits|
|MATH 117 Finite Mathematics*||4 credits|
|MATH 151 College Algebra*||4 credits|
|MATH 161 Calculus I and Analytic Geometry*||4 credits|
|MATH 162 Calculus II and Analytic Geometry*||4 credits|
|MATH 201 Introduction to Statistics*||4 credits|
Select any 17 hours from the following courses:
NOTE: No courses under the 100 level will be accepted toward this degree.
NOTE: Anyone beginning the Associate of Arts Degree at Glen Oaks in the Fall, 1990 or later must complete MACRAO requirements in order to qualify for the degree.
Effective: Fall 2011