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Majors & Programs

Course Program of Study

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DEGREE PROGRAMS

Associate degrees are intended for transfer leading to the baccalaureate degree. However, certain associate degrees provide immediate employment opportunities. Students who choose to earn an associate degree do so for various reasons: ease of transferability within the University System of Georgia, lower tuition costs, and increased financial earnings. Communication, problem solving and critical thinking skills are essential components of an associate degree, all of which are necessary for success in any chosen career.

Associate of Arts Degree

The Associate of Arts (A.A.) degree is typically a 2-year degree which provides a foundational liberal arts education.
Please note programs marked with * have multiple pathways.  Please click the associated link to view the various pathways that are available in each program.
Please note programs marked with ** have been deactivated and are currently in a teach-out. We are no longer accepting students into Majors with ** displayed next to the program.

Associate of Science Degree

The Associate of Science (A.S.) degree is typically a 2-year degree which provides a liberal arts foundation as well as foundational knowledge in STEM fields such as science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

Please note programs marked with * have multiple pathways.  Please click the associated link to view the various pathways that are available in each program.
Please note programs marked with ** have been deactivated and are currently in a teach-out. We are no longer accepting students into Majors with ** displayed next to the program.

Associate of Science in Nursing Degree

The Associate of Science in Nursing (A.S.N.) degree is typically a 3-year program that leads directly to a career in health care. Graduates of the A.S.N. program are eligible to take the NCLEX-RN exam required to become a registered nurse.

Bachelor of Arts Degree

Please note programs marked with ** have been deactivated and are currently in a teach-out. We are no longer accepting students into Majors with ** displayed next to the program.

Bachelor of Science Degree

Please note programs marked with ** have been deactivated and are currently in a teach-out. We are no longer accepting students into Majors with ** displayed next to the program.

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