Associate of Arts Degree via Distance Learning

Associate of Arts Degree via Distance Learning

The AA degree requires completion of a minimum of 39 Transfer Module credits (excluding SDEV 101) and 62 total credits for awarding of the AA degree. Additional courses needed to meet the Transfer Module requirements should be selected from the above lists. The remaining elective credits for the AA degree program can be selected from these or any other courses in the LCCC course catalog. Completion of these requirements includes the State Transfer Module. Choices within these ranges will require careful academic planning and advice. Students should seek assistance from a counselor or advisor before proceeding.

Requirements for Associate of Arts Degree:

Universal Graduation Requirement:
SDEV 101 The College Experience (W*)
1 Credit

English Composition
6 Credits

Social Sciences
9 Credits, 2 Disciplines

Arts and Humanities
9 Credits, 2 Disciplines

Mathematics and Science
3 Credits Math;
6 Credits Science (one course must be a lab science)

Course Electives
22 Credits chosen from the above lists or
the Online Course Catalog


 

*The mode of delivery is indicated by:

H = Home - T.V. Cable Course
W = Web (Internet) Course
B = Blended (On-campus and Internet)

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