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Minimum Requirements for the Associate of Arts Degree in Liberal Arts are 60 credits distributed as follows:
|ENGL102||College Composition||3-4 credits|
|English Literature, Composition or Communications||3 credits|
|MATHxxx||Quantitative Reasoning/Mathematics||6-8 credits|
|SCIxxx||Natural or Physical Science (including on lab science)||7-8 credits|
|Social Sciences||9 credits|
|Liberal Arts Electives||12-15 credits|
|Open Electives||9 credits|
|*Speak with an advisor for assistance in creating a path tailored to your degree requirements and interests|
Associate in Arts Degree
For more information about this program, please contact Carl Strombom 603-542-7744 x5513.
This program offers the equivalent of the first two years in a four-year baccalaureate program. (It is recommended that students identify the college to which they plan to transfer as soon as possible.) A faculty advisor works with each student to design the program that best meets the student’s future plans. Requirements of the four-year college for transferring students will guide some of their selections; the future plans and areas of interest for each student will also contribute to each student’s program design.
Upon completion of the Liberal Arts program, students will have an academic platform sufficient to transfer into a baccalaureate degree program. The College has transfer agreements for Liberal Art students with Keene State College, New England College, Plymouth State University, Granite State College, and the University of New Hampshire. Associate in Arts graduates have also transferred to the University Liberal Arts of Massachusetts, Franklin Pierce, Granite State College, the University of Maine, Lyndon State College, Yale University, Colby Sawyer College, Mount Holyoke College, New England College, Lyndon State College, Castleton State College, Elms College, LeMoyne College, and Antioch New England.