Associate of Science in Liberal Arts
The Liberal Arts associate degree program is designed to serve as a complete two-year educational program, as well as to transfer to a bachelor’s degree program. It includes many courses that are required for any four-year program of study and an area of electives that may allow a student to enroll in either major specific courses or courses of a personal interest.
That makes the Liberal Arts program an excellent choice for students who are unsure of their academic career plans. The program also is ideal for students who are attempting to fulfill core requirements for any four-year degree. A student pursuing a bachelor degree may apply for the Liberal Arts degree upon completion of the requirements without interrupting the bachelor program.
This program consists of general education core coursework intended to help students acquire concepts, skills, & knowledge, apply mathematical, scientific, & creative methods, communicate through reading, listening, writing, & speaking, develop technological proficiency, and can collaborate to solve problems.
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A student with this major has the option to choose from one of the following academic interests. An academic interest is a pathway for students who may seek knowledge in a specific area or may look to completing a bachelor's degree after their associate's degree:
Associate of Science in Liberal Arts: Academic Interests
Have questions about the registration process? The Office of the Registrar has put together a list of questions and processes related to registration in their Registration Information Archive.
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AP Schedule Planner is a class scheduling system that Austin Peay State University utilizes to help students generate potential schedules in a virtual environment.
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