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Associate in Arts - Associate in Arts Degree

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Graduates of the Associate in Arts (A.A.) programs usually transfer to senior institutions and major in such areas as business administration, education, and the liberal arts. The degree stresses communications, humanities, and behavioral and social sciences, so it is ideal for the student who wishes to broaden his or her general knowledge. An A.A. degree can lead to careers in such fields as sales, marketing, law, journalism, teaching, public relations, and human resources. Students who are currently undecided about their educational or career goals will find transfer courses that will apply toward their future major or career choices.

For more information contact:
Dr. Minda Chuska - (843) 349-5222

Curriculum Sequence

GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS  
English Composition and Speech  
ALL of the following MUST be completed:   
ENG 101 English Composition I 3
ENG 102 English Composition II 3
SPC 205 Public Speaking 3
    Total Credit Hours Needed 9
Mathematics  
ONE of the following courses MUST be completed:  
MAT 110 College Algebra  
MAT 120  Probability & Statistics  
MAT 122 Finite College Mathematics  
MAT 250 Elementary Mathematics (Education Transfer only)  
      Total Credit Hours Needed 3
Natural Sciences/Mathematics
TWO courses to be chosen from the following courses (may not repeat from above):
AST 101 AST 102 BIO 101 BIO 102 BIO 105
BIO 210 BIO 211 CHM 110 CHM 111 MAT 111
MAT 120 MAT 122 MAT 130 MAT 140 MAT 141
PHY 201 PHY 202      
    Total Credit Hours Needed 6
Humanities/Fine Arts
TWO courses to be chosen from the following courses:
ART 101 ART 108 ENG 201 ENG 202 ENG 205
ENG 206 ENG 208 ENG 209 ENG 214 ENG 224
FRE 201 FRE 202 GER 201 GER 202 HIS 101
HIS 102 HIS 201 HIS 202 HIS 214 MUS 105
MUS 111 MUS 112 PHI 101 PHI 110 PHI 201
REL 103 SPA 201 SPA 202 THE 101  
     Total Credit Hours Needed 6
Social & Behavioral Sciences
TWO courses to be chosen from the following courses:
ANT 101 ECO 210 ECO 211 PSC 201 PSC 215
PSY 201 PSY 203 PSY 212 SOC 101 SOC 102
SOC 205        
    Total Credit Hours Needed 6
MAJOR CONCENTRATION
To be slected from the following courses and NOT used to fulfill general education requirements (above).
ANT 101 ART 101 ART 108 ECO 210 ECO 211
ENG 201 ENG 202 ENG 205 ENG 206 ENG 208
ENG 209 ENG 214 ENG 224 FRE 101 FRE 102
FRE 201 FRE 202 GER 101 GER 102 GER 201
GER 202 PSC 215 PSY 201 PSY 203 PSY 212
REL 103 SOC 101 SOC 102 SPC 205 SPA 101
SPA 102 SPA 201 SPA 202  THE 101  
    Total Credit Hours Needed 15
OTHER REQUIRED COURSES     
COL 105*  or  CPT 170* Total Credit Hours Needed 3
AND FOUR (4) to FIVE (5) courses to be selcted from the following:
ACC 101 ACC 102 ANT 101 ART 101 ART 108
AST 101 AST 102 BIO 101 BIO 102 BIO 105
BIO 210 BIO 211 CHM 110 CHM 111 COL 105*
ECO 210 ECO 211 EDU 110 EDU 201 EDU 241
ENG 201 ENG 202 ENG 205 ENG 206 ENG 208
ENG 209 ENG 214 ENG 224 FRE 101 FRE 102
FRE 201 FRE 202 GER 101 GER 102 GER 201
GER 202 HIS 101 HIS 102 HIS 201 HIS 202
HIS 214 MAT 111 MAT 120 MAT 122 MAT 130
MAT 140 MAT 141 MAT 250 MAT 251 MUS 105
MUS 111 MUS 112 PHI 101 PHI 110 PHI 201
PHY 201 PHY 202 PHY 221 PHY 222 PSC 201
PSC 215 PSY 201 PSY 203 PSY 212 REL 103
SOC 101 SOC 102 SOC 205 SOC 220 SPA 101
SPA 102 SPA 201 SPA 202 THE 101  
    Total Credit Hours Needed 15
    TOTAL CREDIT HOURS 63 

NOTE: Recommended for Education transfers: EDU 110, EDU 241, MAT 250, MAT 251. Early Childhood Education majors should follow HGTC Early Care and Education transfer emphasis.

IMPORTANT: Courses used to complete one requirement cannot be the same courses used to satisfy other requirements. The major con- centration courses must be approved by an Associate in Arts/Associate in Science advisor. Students must demonstrate satisfactory comple- tion of all prerequisites for the courses selected.

*Transferability of COL 105 and CPT 170 is at the discretion of the receiving university or college.