Sep 19, 2021  
2021-2022 College Catalog 
    
2021-2022 College Catalog

Liberal Arts, History Concentration, AA


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Study the origins and development of society by taking courses that focus on the history of regions, countries and peoples from prehistoric times to the present.

What can I do with this concentration?

Academic options: This program has been designed to match as closely as possible the first two years of a history degree at the University of Arizona. Students planning to transfer to another university should meet with an advisor to complete a transfer plan. All courses in Pima’s concentration are not required at transfer universities, but provide a good lower division preparation for history majors.

Department/Contact Information:

Dean: 520-206-7666
or contact any campus Student Services office: https://www.pima.edu/student-resources/advising/index.html

Program/Major/Concentration Code: AOAALA/ALA1/ALAH

Arizona General Education Curriculum Requirements (AGEC-A)


A grade of C or better is required for graduation. Course lists for each General Education category listed below can be found in the Arizona General Education Curriculum-A (AGEC-A) Certificate .

English Composition: 6 Credits


Humanities and Fine Arts: 3 Credits


  • HIS 101  fulfills 3 credits in the Humanities category.
  • Complete a course from the Fine Arts list.

Biological and Physical Sciences: 8 Credits


Mathematics: 3 Credits


Social and Behavioral Sciences: 3 Credits


  • HIS 141  fulfills 3 credits of this requirement.
  • Complete a non-HIS course from this category.

Other Requirements: †


Special Requirements


  • HIS 160  fulfills this requirement.

Subtotal: 23 Credits ¥


Subtotal: 15 Credits


Second Language Requirement: 16 Credits


  • Complete second language course sequence through 202, fourth-semester level.

See an advisor or counselor if:

  • you are a bilingual student to discuss exceptions to this requirement or
  • if you are considering taking the CLEP test to earn language credits or
  • if the university major does not require a second language, this requirement may be waived

If this requirement is met in fewer than 16 credits, or if the language requirement is waived, additional transferable electives are necessary to meet the minimum associate degree requirement of 60 credit hours.

Transfer Electives: 3 Credits


  • Complete 3 transferable credits so that the total degree credits is 60.

Subtotal: 22 Credits


Total Credits as Displayed: 60 Credits


† Core or support course(s) fulfill this requirement.
¥ The AGEC requires 35 credits. This subtotal shows the AGEC credits not fulfilled by core or support courses.

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