The MSU-Northern Associate of Arts degree in General Education provides the academic knowledge and skills for transfer to meet higher education goals or career pursuits.
Learning Outcomes for General Education, AA
- Demonstrate effective oral communication.
- Demonstrate effective written communication.
- Interpret everyday life problems through mathematical or logical representations.
- Demonstrate and understanding of the scientific method and its applications.
- Effectively use technology.
- Describe the structure and functions of social institutions (e.g., family, political, economic, religious) in society.
- Describe how an individual's behavior is related to physical, environmental and/or cognitive factors.
- Describe events from multiple perspectives, evaluate historical context and evidence, to make judgments based on evidence.
- Analyze creative work, and study and experience how thought, emotion, and meaning are expressed through the creative arts.
- Demonstrate knowledge of and appreciation for artistic creativity.
Associate Degree, General Education: Fundamental skills. Flexible Focus.
- Finish the prep work for a variety of possible degrees with the curriculum in the general education program.
- Begin your university education with classes that will help you determine which area to focus on for your four-year degree.
General Education Faculty: Diverse Expertise. Student-Centered.
- Work closely with faculty who will help you achieve a general education degree and determine a bachelor's degree major.
- Ask your advisor about approved electives prior to establishing your course schedule.