The Associate in Arts degree Program, also referred to as the Liberal Arts (LBRT) Program, is designed for students who are preparing themselves to transfer to a four-year college or university.
Program Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion, students are prepared to:
- Communication - Speak and write to communicate information and ideas in professional, academic and personal settings.
- Critical Reading - Read critically to synthesize information to gain understanding.
- Critical Thinking - Make informed decisions through analyzing and evaluating information.
- Information Competency - Retrieve, evaluate, and utilize information.
- Technological Literacy - Employ computer technology to perform academic and professional tasks.
- Quantitative Reasoning - Apply mathematical concepts, methods, and problem-solving strategies to analyze, synthesize, and evaluate real-world problems in quantitative terms.
- Areas of Knowledge - Utilize methods, perspectives and content of selected disciplines in the natural sciences, social sciences, and humanities.
- Self and Community - Engage in activities demonstrating understanding of one's relationship with one's communities and environments.
- Cultural Diversity - Articulate and demonstrate an awareness and sensitivity to cultural diversity.
- Ethics - Behave in an informed and principled manner.
S. Cline (WH)
T. Cravens (WH)
T. Dean (WH)
E. Flores (WH)
C. Hoffman (WH)
L. Jones (WH)
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K. Sims (WH)