Associate of Arts via Distance Learning

Associate of Arts

Note: The parentheses at the end of the course title indicate the mode(s) of delivery for each course:

W= WORLD WIDE WEB (INTERNET)

B = BLENDED (both on-campus and online instruction)

UNIVERSAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENT
Select one semester hour from the following:1
COLLEGE 101 (W/B)
CAREER EXPLORATION AND LIFE PLANNING (W/B)
ENGLISH COMPOSITION
ENGL 161COLLEGE COMPOSITION I (W/B)3
Select one of the following:3
COLLEGE COMPOSITION II (W/B)
COLLEGE COMPOSITION II/SPECIAL TOPICS (W/B)
COLLEGE COMPOSITION II WITH TECHNICAL TOPICS (B)
SOCIAL SCIENCES
Select nine semester hours, representing two different disciplines from the following:9
INTRODUCTION TO ARCHAEOLOGY
MACROECONOMICS (W)
MICROECONOMICS (W)
HUMAN GEOGRAPHY
GEOGRAPHY OF UNITED STATES/CANADA (W)
CIVILIZATION I
CIVILIZATION II
UNITED STATES I (W)
UNITED STATES II (W)
AFRICAN AMERICAN HERITAGE
COMPARATIVE POLITICS
STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT (W)
AMERICAN NATIONAL GOVERNMENT (W/B)
CONTEMPORARY WORLD PROBLEMS
INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY (W)
HUMAN GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT (W/B)
CHILD DEVELOPMENT (W)
ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT (W)
ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY (W)
SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY (W)
PERSONALITY THEORIES (W)
INDUSTRIAL/ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY (W)
INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY
INTRODUCTION TO CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY
THE FAMILY
SOCIAL PROBLEMS (W)
RACE AND ETHNICITY
INTRODUCTION TO URBAN STUDIES
INTRODUCTION TO ARCHAEOLOGY
INTRODUCTION TO WOMEN'S STUDIES (W)
INTRODUCTION TO WOMEN'S STUDIES (W)
ARTS AND HUMANITIES
Select nine semester hours, representing two different disciplines from the following:9
ART HISTORY I
ART HISTORY II
WORLD ART
HISTORY OF PHOTOGRAPHY (W)
HISTORY OF AMERICAN ARCHITECTURE
AMERICAN LITERATURE I (W/B)
INTRODUCTION TO WORLD LITERATURE
INTRODUCTION TO HISPANIC LITERATURE
INTRODUCTION TO POETRY
AFRICAN AMERICAN LITERATURE
INTRODUCTION TO HUMANITIES
INTRODUCTION TO MYTHOLOGY
FILM APPRECIATION (W)
INTRODUCTION TO AMERICAN CINEMA (W)
MUSIC APPRECIATION
MUSIC AS A WORLD PHENOMENON
INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY
INTRODUCTION TO ETHICS (W/B)
BIOETHICS (W)
CRITICAL THINKING (W)
INTRODUCTION TO EASTERN PHILOSOPHY
INTRODUCTION TO WORLD RELIGIONS
INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF RELIGION
INTRODUCTION TO EASTERN PHILOSOPHY
THEATER HISTORY
MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE
Select three semester hours in mathematics and six semester hours in science (of which one course must include a lab science) from the following:9
SOLAR SYSTEM ASTRONOMY (W)
ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I (B) 1
ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II (B) 1
HUMAN BIOLOGY (W) 1
AQUATIC LIFE (W) 1
THE MICROBIAL WORLD (W) 1
INTRODUCTION TO ECOLOGY (W)
CHEMISTRY AND SOCIETY
GENERAL, ORGANIC AND BIOCHEMISTRY I (W/B) 1
GENERAL, ORGANIC AND BIOCHEMISTRY II (B) 1
COLLEGE MATHEMATICS (W/B)
STATISTICS (W)
INTRODUCTION TO LOGIC (W)
METEOROLOGY
ELECTIVES
Electives may be selected from any of the courses listed in the courses offered via distance learning section except developmental education courses.
Total Hours34
1

 Lab Science course.

Completion of the required number of credit hours (excluding SDEV 101) represents 33 of the 36-40 credit hours in the associate of arts degree requirements. To complete the requirements, a student must take another six to seven credit hours from the above-specified courses. LCCC students must complete a minimum of 60 credit hours to complete the associate of arts degree. Therefore, a student may earn the associate of arts degree by completing the degree requirements of 36-40 credit hours, SDEV 101 for one credit hour, and additional elective hours selected from the listed courses or any other courses to complete a minimum of 60 semester hours. Completion of these requirements includes the Ohio transfer module. Choices within these ranges will require careful academic planning and advice. Students should seek assistance from a counselor or advisor before proceeding.

Some courses not appearing on the above list are internationalized in specific offerings. Those offerings are designated with a G in the course number (e.g. CMMC 151G D1601). Students are advised to consult the college website; published schedules; the Enrollment, Financial and Career Services division; or division representative prior to enrolling.