The Board of Governors AAS degree is a nontraditional degree completion opportunity at the associate degree level specifically devised for adult learners to:
This degree program provides an opportunity for adult learners to utilize credit for prior learning experiences via:
Through this program, adult students can establish deserved credentials, achieve a personal sense of accomplishment, and position themselves for advancement into a baccalaureate program. Interested students should contact the Professional Advising Center, in room 1332, for more information.
This degree requires 60 credit hours and must be the first associate degree earned. The structure of the degree assures flexibility in program design to meet the individual needs of adult students. The required general education courses assure the development of essential skills and competencies necessary for an associate degree level graduate.
Graduation Requirements include:
General Education: Students must complete 15 credit hours of general education in the following areas:
Remaining Hours: 45 credit hours must be completed from any coursework to complete the 60 credit hours required to complete the BOG.