2008-2010 Degree and Program Requirements
The Advising and Resource Center provides advising worksheets to help you plan and accomplish your educational goals. Each worksheet is intended as a guide and is not intended to replace your advisor. When you click on a link, a PDF file of that degree or program will open in a new window.
Associate of Arts (A.A.) Degrees are designed for the student who wishes to transfer and earn a Baccalaureate degree. It is always in the student's best interest to contact the school to which they wish to transfer for advice on how each credit will transfer. The links below contain a list of required General Education courses and suggested electives.
Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) Degrees and Certificates are designed for students who wish to enter the career field after completing the program. In some programs, specific agreements have been made with other colleges and universities that allow A.A.S. degrees to transfer toward a baccalaureate degree. You should speak with an advisor about how each course will transfer. These advising forms list the required courses for each degree, however, may be subject to change in order to stay current with industry needs.
If you do not see a program of interest listed below, please contact the Advising and Resource Center so that we can guide you toward the career of your choice.
Click 2010-2012 to view worksheets for students enrolling for the first time in the fall of 2010.