Sep 30, 2022  
2022-2023 College Catalog 
    
2022-2023 College Catalog

Credential Type Program Listing


Associate of Arts (AA)

An Associate of Arts is a credit degree of 60-64 credits for transfer to a college or university into majors related to arts, humanities, social and behavioral science, and education. The AA includes an Arizona General Education Curriculum (AGEC-A). 

 

Associate of Busines (AB)

An Associate of Business Administration is a credit degree of 60-64 credits for transfer to a college or university into a business or business-related major. The ABUS includes an Arizona General Education Curriculum (AGEC-B). 

 

Associate of Fine Arts (AFA)

An Associate of Fine Arts is a credit degree of 60-64 credits for transfer to a college or university into majors related to fine arts. The AFA includes an Arizona General Education Curriculum (AGEC-A). 

 

Associate of Science (AS)

An Associate of Science is a credit degree of 60-64 credits for transfer to a college or university into a science or science-related major. The AS includes an Arizona General Education Curriculum (AGEC-S). 

 

Associate of Applied Science (AAS)

An Associate of Applied Science is a credit degree of at least 60 credits for direct employment into jobs requiring skills and competencies in the technologies, business, government and public service, and health-related professions.

 

Credit Certificate

A credit certificate is offered in a specific field of study of fewer than 60 credits for direct employment into a job or may apply towards an associate’s degree.

 

Post-Degree Certificate

A Post-Degree Certificate is a credit certificate in a specific field of study of less than 60 credits for direct employment into a job. An Associate’s Degree or a Bachelor’s Degree (depending on the program) is required before beginning a Post-Degree Certificate.

 

Associate of General Studies (AGS)

This degree allows students to uniquely design an associate’s degree of at least 60 credits for direct employment. The program requirements are developed in collaboration with a faculty member, advisor, or counselor. Courses may be chosen from a variety of subject areas. Students must meet with an advisor or counselor before selecting this degree. This degree does not transfer to a University.

 

Workforce Response Program