Associate of Arts (A.A.) in General Studies Requirements:

60 total credit hours: 30 credits General Education Requirements, 30 credits Electives

Written Communication: 6 credit hours required (Students must take ENGL 101 and choose 1 course from Advanced Composition)

 Course Course Title
Site Rotation
ENGL 101
Composition 1 (3 cr.)
Correspondence/Online Every Semester

 

Advanced Composition: 3 credit hours required (choose 1)
 Course Course Title Site Rotation
ENGL 201 Composition II (3 cr.)
Correspondence/Online Every Semester
ENGL 205
Business Writing (3 cr.)
Correspondence Every Semester
ENGL 205
Business Writing (3 cr.)
Online Every Summer
ENGL 283
Creative Writing (3 cr.)
Correspondence Every Semester
ENGL 283
Creative Writing (3 cr.)
Online Every Spring,Every Summer

 

Humanities/Fine Arts (H/FA) 6 credit hours required (students must complete at a minimum level ENGL 210 & one other course in Humanities or Fine Arts).
 Course Course Title
Site Rotation
ARTH/HIST 211
History of World Art I (3 cr.)
Correspondence
Online
Every Semester
Every Spring, Summer Odd Years
ARTH/HIST 212
History of World Art II (3 cr.)
Correspondence
Online
Every Semester
Summer Even Years, Every Fall
ARTH 251
American Indian Art History (3 cr.)
Correspondence/Online Every Summer
ENGL 210 Introduction to Literature (3 cr.)
Online/Correspondence Every Semester
HIST 121
Western Civilization I (3 cr.)
Correspondence Every Semester
HIST 122
Western Civilization II (3 cr.)
Correspondence
Online
Every Semester
Every Fall
MCOM 151
Intro to Mass Communications (3 cr.)
Correspondence/Online Every Semester
ARTH 100
Art Appreciation (3 cr.)
Online/Correspondence Every Semester
THEA 100
Introduction to Theater (3 cr.)
Online/Correspondence Every Fall/Spring
THEA 201
Film Appreciation (3 cr.)
Online/Correspondence Every Semester
GFA 101
Introduction to Fine Arts (3 cr.)
Online/Correspondence Every Fall, Every Spring
MUS 100 Music Appreciation: Classical (3 cr.) Online Every Fall, Every Spring
MUS 100
Music Appreciation: Jazz (3 cr.)
Online Every Spring
REL 250
World Religions (3 cr.)
Correspondence Every Semester

 

Social Sciences (Soc. Sci.): 6 credit hours required (choose 2)
 Course Course Title
Site Rotation
ANTH 210
Cultural Anthropology (3 cr.)
Correspondence Every Semester
CJUS/POLS 201
Intro to Criminal Justice (3 cr.)
Correspondence/Online Every Semester/Every Fall, Every Spring
GEOG 210
World Geography (3 cr.)
Online/Correspondence Every Spring/Every Semester
HIST 151
United States History I (3 cr.)
Online/Correspondence Every Semester
HIST 152
United States History II (3 cr.) Online/Correspondence Every Fall, Every Spring/Every Semester
POLS 100
American Government (3 cr.)
Online/Correspondence Every Semester
POLS 141
Governments of the World (3 cr.) Online Every Fall
POLS 210
State and Local Government (3 cr.)
Online Every Fall
POLS 250
World Politics (3 cr.)
Online Every Spring
PSYC 101
General Psychology (3 cr.)
Online Every Semester
SOC 100
Intro to Sociology (3 cr.)
Online/Correspondence Every Semester
SOC 150
Social Problems (3 cr.)
Online
Correspondence
Every Spring, Every Summer
Every Semester
SOC 250
Courtship & Marriage (3 cr.)
Correspondence Every Semester

 

Oral Communication: 3 credit hours required
 Course Course Title
Site Rotation
SPCM 101
Fundamentals of Speech (3 cr.)
Online Every Semester

 

Mathematics: 3 credit hours required
Course Course Title
Site Rotation
MATH 102
College Algebra(3-4 cr.)
Online Every Semester
MATH/STAT 281
Intro to Statistics (3 cr.)
Correspondence Every Semester

 

Natural Sciences: 6 credit hours required (students must complete a 2-semester lab science sequence)
 Course Course Title
Site Rotation
CHEM 106 *
Chemistry Survey I (4 cr.)
Online Every Semester
PHGY 220/230
Human Anatomy & Physiology I & II (4 cr.)
Online Every Semester
ESCI 101 & 103
Earth Science I & II (4 cr.)
Online Every Semester

Students must also complete 30 credit hours in Elective Courses.