Associate in Arts Humanities and Learning Communities - Liberal Arts
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Last Modified Date: March 18, 2021
Approved for the 2021-2023 College Catalog
Upon Completion of this Concentration Graduates will be able to:
- Discuss the interaction of history, culture, literature, economics, and science as studied within a broad liberal arts curriculum
- Develop skills as critical and creative thinkers, readers, and writers
- Construct ideas and arguments with intention, listen actively, and facilitate inclusive dialogue
- Discover interests, skills and values that may inform course selection, career choice and pathway to degree completion
- Demonstrate the ability to navigate a variety of digital tools that facilitate evaluation of information, creation of knowledge and expression of self
- Apply classroom learning to local and global challenges
Graduates of this concentration qualify for a variety of careers depending upon the chosen major. A bachelor’s degree is the usual minimum requirement for entry into most fields. Graduate work may be necessary, as well.