Associate of Arts in General Education

General

Program Description

General Education Emphasis

Emphasis/Objectives

In addition to the General Objectives and the Overall A.A. Program Objectives, upon completion of these courses, the student should be able to:

  1. Give evidence of having acquired a reasonable knowledge of historical events in the United States.
  2. Demonstrate adequate basic skills to be able to perform satisfactorily in a chosen field of study at another college or university (continuing his/her education.
  3. Demonstrate a basic understanding of reading and conducting music, as well as develop an awareness of the areas related to music in church life.

Requirements

  • HI-231, 232 U.S. History I, II 6
  • MU-131 Music Appreciation 3
  • Any Elective 3

SUGGESTED SCHEDULE FOR ASSOCIATE OF ARTS (GENERAL EDUCATION)

FIRST YEAR

Fall Semester

  • CE-110-Orientation 1
  • EN-131-English Composition I 3
  • HI-131-Western Civilization I 3
  • OT-131-Old Testament Survey 3
  • SO-131-Intro. to Sociology 3
  • MU-131-Music Appreciation 3

Total Hours 16

Spring Semester

  • MA-132-College Algebra 3
  • EN-132-English Composition II 3
  • HI-132-Western Civilization II 3
  • NT-131-New Testament Survey 3
  • PY-131 - Intro. to Psychology 3
  • BU-131 - Intro. to Com. Appl. 3

Total Hours 18

SECOND YEAR

Fall Semester

  • NT-231-Historical Books 3
  • HI-231-U. S. History I 3
  • EN-231-World Literature I 3
  • SC-241-Biology I 4
  • SP-231-Oral Communication 3

Total Hours 16

Spring Semester

  • BI-232-Bible Manners & Customs 3
  • HI-232-U. S. History II 3
  • EN-232-World Literature II 3
  • SC-242-Biology II 4
  • Elective 3

Total Hours 16

Last updated Feb 2019

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