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General Education Requirements
Distribution requirements for general education ensure that all students develop basic competence (at least 100-level courses/examinations) in the areas of arts and sciences (humanities, social sciences, natural sciences and mathematics), as well as specific abilities in written English and information literacy.
The minimum requirements for meeting the general education requirements will remain at the 100-level. Since this is a minimum requirement, appropriate advanced-level courses and examinations at the 200-level or higher may be substituted for 100-level courses.
A student enrolled in an associate degree program must earn at least 22 credit hours in the arts and sciences and information literacy to meet the College general education distribution requirements, including:
A student enrolled in a bachelor degree program must earn at least 34 credit hours in the arts and sciences and information literacy to meet the College general education distribution requirements, including:
Associate and Baccalaureate Degrees Requirements Summary
Effective October 1, 2011
* A minimum of a 2-credit course in math and a 2-credit course in natural science.
Most degree programs will require additional arts and science requirements. Please refer to your degree program requirements.
The Associate in Applied Science in Technical Studies (AAS) and the Associate in Applied Science in Administrative Management Studies (AAB) degrees require only 20 credit hours in the Arts and Sciences.
The Bachelors in Professional Studies in Business and Management (BPB) and the Bachelor of Professional Studies in Technology Management (BPT) require only 30 credit hours in the arts and sciences.