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The Academic Program

Associate of Arts Degree Program - 60 Units

ICCU offers the following disciplines or concentration areas for students desiring to earn an Associate of Arts degree.

  • Arts/General Studies
  • Business Administration
  • Early Childhood Education
  • Ministry and Biblical Studies
     

Students with an abundance of transfer credit (in a different area of concentration) from an accredited or approved college or university, may be eligible for consideration in an alternate major (i.e. real estate, nursing, etc).  Eligibility for an alternate major will be determined by an Academic Advisor, based upon previously completed courses, reflected in an official transcript.  This type of consideration is approved by the Dean and is a cases by case basis.  
 

The Associate of Arts degree program requires each student complete a total of 60 credit units, typically twenty 3 unit courses. This includes 42 General Education
Requirements and 18 Elective Units. The elective courses may be selected from the 100 and 200 level course number subjects. Electives are normally determined by the students chosen concentration.  If it is the students desire to continue to the Baccalaureate Degree level, the student should communicate with an Academic Advisor for additional information in course planning. In some cases, a student may select 300 or 400 courses to meet the major requirements, with permission from their Academic Advisor. All courses taken must be taken in proper sequence in the event of prerequisite requirements.

The Associates of Arts degree program is available through Distance Learning. This type of instruction delivery is completed through: Online courses, DVD and VHS curriculum and through Independent Study. ICCU does not require residency for the completion of a degree program.
 

 

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