The associate of arts degree program provides students with a broad academic education to prepare them for the workplace and for upper-level university study. The degree requirements for the associate of arts may be met through LCCC’s university transfer courses or by taking university transfer courses at other recognized colleges and/or universities. Since requirements at transfer institutions vary widely, students should consult the catalog of the transfer institution and plan their program with a college counselor.
Select from the general education/transfer module:
- Arts and Humanities – Nine credit hours, representing two different disciplines.
- English composition – Six credit hours.
- Mathematics and science – Three credit hours in mathematics and six credit hours in science, of which one course must include a lab (lab courses identified with footnote1).
- Social Sciences – Nine credit hours, representing two different disciplines.