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Degrees & Certificates

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Associate of Arts Degree

(Program: 150100 State Code: 02751)

Program Student Learning Outcomes:
  1. Read sophisticated college-level expository texts and works of literature that deal with various literary, historical, and cultural themes; distinguish main ideas and supporting points; evaluate the persuasiveness of arguments and evidence; critique assumptions using critical thinking.
  2. Plan and write well-focused, logically organized, thoroughly developed, and coherent extended college level essays (1000-2000 words) that analyze, interpret, and compare concepts and that argue for or against a position; demonstrate in-depth knowledge of the writing process.
  3. Distinguish between different styles of written English and evaluate the appropriateness of a particular style, tone, or voice for a given audience; vary sentence shape and structure for emphasis and effect; use all major forms of punctuation effectively, including colons.
MAJOR: 6 COURSES | 18 UNITS | AA
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Associate of Arts AA-T
Transfer Program

(Program: 150100 State Code: 33147)

To earn the Associate Degree for Transfer, students must meet the following requirements:

A. Completion of 60 semester units that are eligible for transfer to the California State University by completing the following:

  • The Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) or the California State University General Education-Breadth Requirements; and
  • A minimum of 18 semester units in a major or area of emphasis, as approved by the CCC Chancellor's Office.

B. Obtainment of a minimum grade point average of 2.0 or higher. Students completing this degree will have satisfied the lower division major preparation and transfer requirements for priority admission consideration to a local CSU campus.

Program Student Learning Outcomes:
  1. Read sophisticated college-level expository texts and works of literature that deal with various literary, historical, and cultural themes; distinguish main ideas and supporting points; evaluate the persuasiveness of arguments and evidence; critique assumptions using critical thinking.
  2. Plan and write well-focused, logically organized, thoroughly developed, and coherent extended college level essays (1000-2000 words) that analyze, interpret, and compare concepts and that argue for or against a position; demonstrate in-depth knowledge of the writing process.
  3. Distinguish between different styles of written English and evaluate the appropriateness of a particular style, tone, or voice for a given audience; vary sentence shape and structure for emphasis and effect; use all major forms of punctuation effectively, including colons.
MAJOR: 6 COURSES | 18 UNITS | AA-T

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