General Education for AAS Degrees
Student Learning Outcomes
The design of Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degrees ensures that students gain some proficiency in essential skills of communication, computation and human relations. Graduates of AAS degrees shall be able to meet the following Student Learning Outcomes applicable to these areas of related instruction:
- Communicate effectively
- Analyze empirically
- Relate cooperatively
Requirements (12 credits)
AAS students who intend to pursue a baccalaureate degree should consult a faculty or academic advisor for appropriate course selections.
- Complete 3 credits from the GER Oral Communication Skills list.
- Complete 6 credits from the GER Written Communication Skills list.
- Complete 3 credits from the GER Quantitative Skills list or MATH A105. To determine the appropriate quantitative skills course, students must work with their academic advisor, as AAS degrees and pathways differ.