The Associate in Arts degree (A10100) Program of Study meets the Comprehensive Articulation Agreement course needs of the students and communities we serve. We promote a learning-centered environment designed to equip students with the requisite knowledge and skills to successfully complete the AA degree in order to transfer to a university or college bachelor’s degree program. The AA degree Program Learning Outcomes are Written Communication, Oral Communication and Critical Thinking.
Students must earn a minimum of 60 to 61 semester hours to graduate with the AA degree. The AA degree program of study is structured into two components: Students completing a minimum of 30 semester hours of designated University General Education Transfer courses, and students completing their remaining required coursework from approved general education, elective and pre-major courses.