The Associate of Arts (AA) degree with a concentration in History will provide the graduate with an educational core which could lead to a bachelor’s degree in History. The AA degree can establish the foundation for a lifetime of continual learning and serve as a framework for a productive professional and personal life. This degree gives emphasis to practical skills in communication and computation which may lead to employment; however, the goal is successful transfer with junior status to an upper division baccalaureate degree program in history. The degree requires a minimum of 60 credit hours of general education core transferable courses (including 15 credit hours of history courses) that will provide the student with a broad background to enter a baccalaureate program at the junior level. The AA degree utilizes both on-site as well as distance education. See the current advising sheet for details.
Credits Required: 60 hours
Credential Earned: Associate of Arts
Many businesses and industries seek well-rounded employees whose maturity level along with communication, computation, and decision-making skills are a step above those of traditional high school graduates. The Associate in Arts Degree provides graduates with enhanced knowledge and work skills without requiring the larger commitment of time or money necessary for a bachelor’s degree.