Students in the Associate of Arts degree program gain a broad foundation of knowledge that covers every aspect of general education.
The general studies associate degree combines general education and elective courses, preparing adult students to earn a bachelor's degree that can create a solid foundation for career opportunities and advancement. CCU faculty members bring scholarship and experience alive in the classroom, applying a wealth of academic and professional experience, and affording you the advantages of real-life perspectives while you learn.
Students in the AA in general studies degree program gain a broad foundation of knowledge through general studies courses that cover every aspect of general education, including communications, humanities, history, behavioral and social sciences, biblical studies, mathematics, natural science, and computer science. For many adult students, this program is the first step toward completing a bachelor's degree.
Classes are typically completed in 5-week blocks.
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