Program of Study
The course work includes composition and literature, humanities, mathematics, natural and social sciences, computer applications, and physical education. ACA 122 College Transfer Success is required.
Designed for transfer, not immediate employment. Two-year preparation for non-scientific liberal arts areas, including, Business Administration, Criminal Justice, Education (Elementary, Middle, Special), English, History, Nursing, Physical Education, Psychology, Social Work, Sociology and others.
Recommended Courses and Skills
Completion of or placement above DRE 098 and DMA 080, high-school chemistry, foreign language, computer skills.
Helpful Personal Attributes
Strong communication skills, critical-thinking skills, aptitude for learning languages, vocabulary skills, strong study skills, commitment to a four-year program of study.
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If you would like additional information about the Associate in Arts or College Transfer Program in general, contact Tim Groome, Counselor, College Transfer Program in the Student Success Center, at 336.734.7240.