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Associate of Arts - AA | Northeast State Community College

Associate of Arts - AA

Major: General TBR Transfer - AA
Northeast State Community College
Credit Hours Required: 60

Courses

General TBR Transfer* - AA Degree

The following list of degree requirements is for informational purposes only and may be subject to change. Upon acceptance to the institution, you should work closely with an academic advisor to ensure that your degree and course plans are current and accurate.

Fall Semester
EDUC 1030 - College and Lifelong Learning - 3 credit hours
ENGL 1010 - English Composition I - 3 credit hours
General Elective - 3 credit hours
Humanities and/or Fine Arts - Select one approved course - 3 credit hours
Speech - Select one approved course - 3 credit hours

Spring Semester
ENGL 1020 - English Composition II - 3 credit hours
General Electives - 6 credit hours
Foreign Language - Select one course of the same language - 3 credit hours
Mathematics - Select one approved course - 3 credit hours

Fall Semester
Behavioral/Social Science - Select one approved course - 3 credit hours
Foreign Language - Select one course of same language - 3 credit hours
History - Select one approved course - 3 credit hours
Literature - Select one approved course - 3 credit hours
Natural Science - Select one approved course - 4 credit hours

Spring Semester
Behavioral/Social Science - Select one approved course - 3 credit hours
General Elective - 1 credit hour
History - Select one approved course - 3 credit hours
Humanities and/or Fine Arts - Select one approved course - 3 credit hours
Natural Science - Select one approved course - 4 credit hours

Total hours for Associate's of Arts Degree = 60 credit hours

*This AA guide is designed to facilitate transfer to ETSU unless otherwise noted. Students who intend to transfer to a different institution should consult their advisor and the receiving institution for specific course selections.Some majors may require specific general education courses. Students and advisors should consult curriculum guides before making general education course selections.

NOTE: See the institution's current year school catalog for additional information on program/degree requirements and academic policies and procedures.