(in effect Fall 2018)
Candidates for this degree must:
- Complete between 60 and 85.5 semester hours of academic credit.
- Attain a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0.
- Select a major or program that will be recognized on the student’s official transcript.
- Complete the following minimum requirements:
Humanities and Social Sciences 3 credits
Course must be selected from Art, Cultural Studies, Film and Theatre, Foreign Language, Humanities, Literature, General Music, Philosophy, Religion, Anthropology, Economics, Geography, History, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology.
Mathematics 3 credits
If mathematics is taught in the program core, another general elective must be selected.
Career/Diversity Requirement 3 credits
Course must be selected from either MGT 195 - Workplace Empowerment or MGT 900 - Documentation and Evaluation of Experiential Learning .**
Program Specific Courses credits vary
Programs of study that lead to an A.A.S. degree include specific courses required for the degree in addition to the general education requirements listed above. Refer to individual A.A.S. programs of study in this catalog to learn specific degree requirements.