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(AGS) Associate of General Studies Degree Pathway


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The Associate of General Studies (AGS) degree is designed to provide students with the opportunity develop knowledge, skills, and greater philosophical appreciation for lifelong learning. Although many of the courses students may complete may be considered general education transfer courses, the degree itself is not intended to be a full transfer degree into a four-year university program.

Program Code: AGSL


General Education Requirements (29 hours)


Computer Literacy (3 hours)


Complete CAP1516 Computer Applications or a course from Computer Literacy Elective  list.

Communication Options (3 hours)


Complete 3 credit hours from the listed courses.

Mathematics (3 hours)


Complete the minimum requirement of MTH4410 Intermediate Algebra or higher level math course.

Humanities Options (6 Credits)


Complete courses from 2 Different Departments (ART, FOL, HIS, HUM, LIT, MIN, MUS, PHO, REL, THE) - Studio and Performance courses cannot be included.

For a list of course options click this link Humanities Elective(s)  

  • Humanities Elective - 3 hour(s) ____________________________________
     
  • Humanities Elective - 3 hour(s) ____________________________________

Social Science Options (6 Credits)


Complete courses from 2 Different Departments (ANT, ECO, GEG, POL, PSY, SOC). 
For a list of course options click this link Social Science Elective(s)  

  • Social Science Elective - 3 hour(s) ____________________________________
     
  • Social Science Elective - 3 hours(s) ___________________________________

Laboratory Sciences (5 hours)


Complete 5 credits of Lab Science from Lab Science Elective(s) .

  • Lab Science Elective 5 hour(s) ___________________________

Free Electives (33 Credits Required)


Minimum Hours for a degree 62


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