[Amy Burks; Lynn Burns; Anne Lampkin;Lorie Mattox; Brittney Moore;Paige Sasser; Shawna Smith; Elizabeth Upchurch]
The general studies degree program is an individualized program designed to provide greater flexibility in course choices than is available in traditional majors. This program prepares students for many careers and graduate/professional programs.
*Students should complete the academic courses degree requirements as presecribed by the curriculum of the university to which the student intends to transfer.
Only three non-academic hours my be applied toward meeting graduation requirements. Non-academic hours include one-hour physical education, Learning and Life Skills, cooperative education, music, art, drama productions, publications, and technical courses. Technical courses may not be applied toward an A.A. degree with the exception of the 3 non-academic hours.
This program of study requires a total of 62 semester hours.