General Studies students can maximize their career options.
Offered as: Associate
Students in this major complete the core requirements and have three options.
- The student may design a curriculum to focus on preparation for a particular occupation or entrance into the baccalaureate program.
- The student may design a program that develops the skills in math, science, and technology.
- Lastly, the student can focus on behavioral or social sciences.
All students in this program must complete, if required, the Educational Enrichment courses successfully.
Track 1: Student Designed
Students enrolling in the “Student-Designed” curriculum have the opportunity to design their curriculum with the help of a faculty advisor in preparation for an occupation or the eventual goal of obtaining a bachelor’s degree. Students must complete the Educational Enrichment courses successfully.
Track 2: Math, Science and Technology
Students enrolling in the “Science, Math, Technology” curriculum have the opportunity to develop their skills through a variety of natural science, math, and computer science courses. Usually their goal is success in a career path were quantitative analysis and science are useful. Students desiring a Bachelor’s degree may pursue the Professional Studies: Science, Math, and Technology Track.
Track 3: Behavioral/Social Science
The “Behavioral/Social Science” curriculum allow students to build their General Studies degree around a core of courses with the goal of completing a bachelor’s degree through the Professional Studies: Social and Behavioral Science Track.
For further information and approval of course of study, students should confer with an advisor.