Associate of Arts - AA
The liberal arts and sciences department created the Associate of Arts degree for busy, adult learners. A purposeful blend of hybrid and fully online core courses are the foundation of this degree. Students will complete forty credits in a broad range of liberal arts and sciences coursework that support living a meaningful life, problem-solving, communication and ethical leadership. Additionally, students may choose to complete twenty credits in such courses as business, psychology, social work, technology, and liberal arts, which will prepare students for baccalaureate programs and careers in these areas. Since our A.A. curriculum articulates the connection between our associate and adult baccalaureate programs, students will have a clear pathway to remain at St. Kate’s for their educational journey.
The liberal arts and science courses offered for associate degree students (and for some bachelor's degree-seeking students in the College for Adults) are listed under the Courses tab.
This major is offered in the College for Adults only.
|Liberal Arts and Science Core Courses|
|CORE 1000W||The Reflective Woman||4|
|ENGL 2100||Prose and Poetry (or other literature course)||2|
|Natural science course with lab||4|
|Philosophy ethics course||3|
|PSYC 1000||General Psychology||4|
|SSCS 2040W||Power, Inequality and Social Change||4|
|THEO 2040W||The Sacramental Life||3|
|Liberal arts and science electives||6|
|Additional Liberal Arts and Science Courses|
|ART 1020||Art and Artists (or other fine art course)||2|
|Select one of the following:||4|
|Statistical Analysis for the Social Sciences|
|Statistical Methods in Psychology|
|Statistical Analysis with Corequisite|
|Liberal arts and science electives||4|