Associate of Arts in Liberal Arts

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Program description

An associate degree in liberal arts exposes you to a variety of subjects and skills that will enhance critical thinking and communication skills and provide credits that are easily transferable into a four-year institution.

Through our two-year program in liberal arts, you will discover which topics interest you, what you are passionate about, and how to apply your strengths into a profession.

After completing your associate degree in liberal arts, you will receive direct admittance to Marian University to complete your bachelor's degree. All of your credits will transfer, and most students will complete their bachelor's degree in two additional years.

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Credits and Classes

To earn our associate degree, you will complete general education and core liberal arts classes

Liberal Arts Course Outline

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Earn and Learn Class Schedule

Your class schedule is set up so you have time each week to attend class and participate in the earn and learn internship program. Your first two trimesters (July-December) you will prepare for your internships by participating in classes and workforce readiness programming. The beginning of your third trimester (January), you will be ready to start your paid internship.

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Paths after graduation

Bachelor Degree options
After completing your associate degree, you will receive direct admittance to Marian University to complete your bachelor's degree. All of your credits will transfer, and most students will complete their bachelor's degree in two additional years.

You can also transfer your credits to another four-year institution. We will help you identify which path is the right fit for you, and develop a plan to ensure you continue to achieve your goals.

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