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Associate in General Studies in Liberal Arts and Sciences Degree

RESPONSIBILITY OF THE STUDENT

It is the responsibility of the student to know and to observe the requirements of his/her curriculum and the rules governing academic work. Although the advisor will attempt to help the student make wise decisions, the ultimate responsibility for meeting the requirements rests with the student.

An Associate in General Studies Degree in Liberal Arts & Sciences requires satisfactory completion of a minimum of 60 credit hours and a C (2.00) cumulative grade-point average. Candidates for this degree must present an organized program of study which meets the following core requirements. Authority for substitutions must be obtained from the Vice President for Academic Affairs.

College Requirement - All first time degree-seeking students who score 73 or above on the COMPASS reading exam are required to take HUDV0100: First Year Experience. All degree-seeking students who score below 73 on the COMPASS reading exam will take HUDV0101: Strategies for Academic Excellence/Lifelong Learning. (See exemptions)

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Basic Skills courses, including:
6 hours of Composition
3 hours of Public Speaking or Speech Communication
 

Mathematics:

3 hours Mathematics; math core elective or specific program requirement.

*College algebra and/or statistics will be required of transfer students where University curriculum requires it.

 

Humanities: 3 credit-hour course from one of the following disciplines:

Art*
History
Literature
Modern Language

Music*

Philosophy
Theater*
Performance courses are excluded.
 

Social and Behavioral Science: a 3 credit-hour course from one of the following disciplines:

Anthropology
Economics
Geography
Political Science

Psychology

Sociology

 

Natural and Physical Science: 3 credit-hour course.

 

Additional credit hours of course work to complete 60-hour degree.