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The Academic Program

The university offers one-degree program leading to an Associate of Arts degree for students who plan to spend only two years of study with the University. Please choose from the following offered majors.
 

There are four majors available in the associate degrees offered:
 

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

Although these four areas of study are all that is offered by the University, it is
possible that a student has transfer credit from another accredited or approved
college or university that would allow the degree candidate the opportunity to be considered for another major (i.e. real estate, nursing, etc).
 

The Associates of Arts Degree is available through distance learning via computer, online courses, video tape, and on-site classroom instruction at designated locations, however residency is not required.
 

The 60 required credit units must include 42 General Education core courses
and 18 elective units. The 18 elective units may be selected from the 100 and
200 level course number subjects. A student may elect to complete any one of
the four (4) majors offered by the University. Please review all options, carefully. Selection should be made wisely or with the assistance of an academic advisor     if a student intends to continue to a Baccalaureate Degree. In some cases, a student may select 300 or 400 courses to meet the major requirements, with permission from their faculty advisor. All courses taken must be taken in proper sequence in the event of prerequisite requirements.

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