Degree or Program Details


General University Studies - Associate of Applied Science

Provides a point of access into the university for individuals seeking a post-secondary education at the two-year level. Also provides maximum flexibility for students who are either undecided about their career plans or who wish to create a program that suits their unique interests. Suitable for individuals wishing to build their academic skills in preparation for admittance into a restricted program.

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Total Credits Required for Degree 62

Liberal Studies 20
Natural Science Elective 4
Humanities Elective 4
Social Sciences Elective 4
Formal Communication Studies Elective 4

Health Promotion 1

Electives 21

Concentration 20-24
Must choose from the approved minors listed below. 

Approved Minors

Alternative Energies
Applied Ethics        
Art and Design
Art History
Auto Service Technology
Biology
Chemistry
Clinical Lab Techniques
Communication Studies
Computer Science
Construction Systems
Contracted Minor
Criminal Justice
Earth Science
Electronic Journalism
Electronics
Emergency Medical Services
Engineering Design
English*
Environmental Studies
Film Studies*
Gender Studies
Geomatics
Health and Nutrition
History
Hospitality Service Management
Human Behavior Cluster 
Human Biology
Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration (HVAC)
Industrial Electrical Technology
Industrial Maintenance Technology
International Studies
Journalism*
Mathematics
Media Production and New Technology
Media Studies
Music
Native American Studies
Office Services
Outdoor Recreation
Physical Education Coaching Emphasis
Physics
Political Science
Psychology
Social Services
Sociology
Sustainability
Theatre and Entertainment Arts
Welding
Wildland Firefighting
Writing*

*Note: If English, film studies, journalism or writing minor is selected:

  1. EN 211 must be taken in order to complete any English minor. It is a prerequisite for some upper-division course work.
     
  2. Students must satisfy all prerequisites for courses.