Associate Degree General Education Classes: Wide-ranging. Practical Skills.

College Level Math and Writing – Give yourself the writing and mathematics skills to transition from a general education degree into a bachelor's degree as well as learning the fundamentals of communication.

Cultural Awareness – Learn about other perspectives relating to race, gender and traditions through courses in Native American Studies as well as other options in languages.

Natural Sciences – Choose from one of a group of college science courses, including biology, chemistry, geology, and geography.

Social Sciences and History – Expand your understanding of today's society by studying such areas as history, psychology, economics, and sociology.

Humanities/Fine Arts – Become familiar with art, literature, music, or philosophy in classes designed to give you a basic understanding of some of the oldest fields of study.

Technology – Let your general education degree help you stay current on the digital tools used in undergraduate education with technology-specific courses.