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Liberal Arts A.A. - 61 Credits 2223 Catalog
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**Students are required to have 61 distinct credits for graduation**


Students must complete the 43 Credit General Education Block Core and 18 General Education Elective Credits (Any Course with a ‘C’,’A’,’T’,’D’,’H’,’M’,’L’,’N’,’S’ or ‘E’ designation in the title.) *Courses may only meet one AA degree requirement **ENG099, MAT098 & MAT099 do not count towards degree requirements.


Required Electives: 3.00 - 9.00 credits

Course Hours Semester Completed Grade Earned Substitutions
Fine & Performing Arts - must complete at least 3 Credits 3.00
ART 105 Basic Design -X 3.00
ART 110 Drawing I -X 3.00
ART 116 Fiber Arts I 3.00
ART 117 Painting I 3.00
ART 120 Art Appreciation -X 3.00
ART 121 Water-based Painting 3.00
ART 123 Ceramics I -X 3.00
ART 230 Art History: Prehistory to Renaissance 3.00
ART 231 Art History: Renaissance to Today-U 3.00
ART 353 Ceramics II 3.00
MUS 101 Music Fundamentals -X 3.00
MUS 103 Music Appreciation -U 3.00
MUS 111 Jazz, Pop and Rock -X 3.00
MUS 255 Music History I -U 3.00
MUS 355 Music History II -U 3.00
THA 110 Introduction to Theatre -Q 3.00
THA 120 Introduction to Stagecraft 1.00
THA 125 Costuming Practicum 1.00
THA 126 Technical Practicum 1.00
THA 151 Theatre Performance Practicum 1.00
THA 210 Dance Movement I 3.00
THA 211 Dance Movement II 3.00
THA 234 Stagecraft 3.00
THA 240 Stage Combat -X 3.00
THA 250 Survey of American Muscl Theatre -U 3.00
THA 255 Acting I Basic Skills -X 3.00
THA 310 Acting for the Camera 3.00
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Communication - 9 Credits 9.00
ENG 101 English Composition I - W 3.00
ENG 102 English Composition II -W 3.00
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Cultural Diversity - must complete at least 3 Credits 3.00
ASL 105 American Sign Language I -U 3.00
ASL 120 Deaf Culture -U 3.00
GEO 201 Regions & Nations of the World I 3.00
GEO 202 Regions & Nations of the Wrld II 3.00
HUM 102 World Religions -U 3.00
HUM 237 Woods Around the World 1.00
SPA 101 Elementary Spanish I -U 3.00
SPA 102 Elementary Spanish II -U 3.00
SWK 253 Introduction to Diversity and Intersectionality 3.00
Elective Notes:
Ethical Reasoning - must complete at least 3 Credits 3.00
BUS 214 Business Ethics -U 3.00
COM 250 Ethics in Sexuality -U 3.00
ITP 251 Ethics in Interpreting 3.00
PHL 116 Biomedical Ethics -Q 3.00
PHL 212 Ethics -U 3.00
PLS 210 Law, Ethics and Morality -U 3.00
SMG 117 Sports Ethics -Q 3.00
SWK 245 Applied Ethics -U 3.00
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Historical Perspectives - must complete at least 6 Credits 6.00
HIS 101 Dawn and Rebirth: A History of the World to 1500 3.00
HIS 102 Industry, Ideology, and War: A History of the World since 1500 3.00
HIS 103 Early America and the United States: Colonization, Revolution, and Civil War 3.00
HIS 104 Modern US History: From Reconstruction to Superpower 3.00
HIS 215 Native America -U 3.00
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Meaning - must complete at least 3 Credits 3.00
ENG 205 English Literature I -Q 3.00
ENG 206 English Literature II -Q 3.00
ENG 210 Introduction to Film Studies -Q 3.00
ENG 215 Film Genres -Q 3.00
ENG 218 Introduction to Creative Writing -X 3.00
ENG 238 American Literature I -Q 3.00
ENG 239 American Literature II-Q 3.00
ENG 280 Introduction to Literature -Q 3.00
Elective Notes:
Mathematics - must complete at least 3 Credits 3.00
MAT 112 Survey Of College Mathematics -M 3.00
MAT 114 Elementary Statistics -M 3.00
MAT 118 College Algebra -M 3.00
MAT 124 Calculus I -Q 5.00
Elective Notes:
Natural Science - must complete at least 7 Credits 7.00
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Social Science - must complete at least 3 Credits 3.00
CMJ 110 Introduction to Criminal Justice 3.00
PLS 105 Politics and Government -X 3.00
PLS 110 American Legal System -Q 3.00
PSY 101 General Psychology I -U 3.00
PSY 102 General Psychology II -Q 3.00
PSY 221 Educational Psychology -Q 3.00
PSY 285 Psychology of Personality -U 3.00
SWK 203 Aging in America - A New Genertn 3.00
SWK 215 Introduction to Social Work -U 3.00
SWK 273 Crime Victimization in America 3.00
Elective Notes:
Critical Thinking - must complete at least 3 Credits 3.00
COM 209 Argumentation and Debate -O 3.00
COM 220 Logic and Persuasion -i 3.00
HUM 101 Introduction To The Bible -Q 3.00
PHL 105 Intro to Philosophy -Q 3.00
PHL 107 Critical Thinking -i 3.00
PLS 213 Critical Thinking About Politics -i 3.00
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