Graduates of COAS's baccalaureate programs should have knowledge and awareness enabling them to be effective citizens and lifelong learners. They are expected to have a working understanding of the knowledge and methodology appropriate for their discipline and should be aware of the major issues in their field and able to communicate field content effectively.
- All bachelor's degrees require a major of at least 24 credits in courses specified by the major department.
- An Associate of Arts (A.A.) is available with one concentration - women's studies. For information about applying credits earned in the A.A. program toward a bachelor's degree with a major in women's studies, contact the program.
- An Associate of Science (A.S.) is available with a chemical methods concentration. This A.S. program serves students who are preparing for a career as a chemical technician and is not recommended for students who wish to pursue a bachelor’s program.
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