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Curriculum

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Associate of Arts

General Education Core
Communication and Information Literacy
ENGL 1010 – English I: Composition
ENGL 1020 – English II
CO/M 1010 – Public Speaking -OR-
CO/M 1030 – Interpersonal Communication
Mathematics and Quantitative Reasoning
MATH 1000 – Problem Solving
Cultural, Historical, Political, and Social Development
POLS 1000 – American and Wyoming Government -OR-
HIST 1211 – U.S. to 1865 -OR-
HIST 1221 – U.S. from 1865 -OR-
HIST 1251 – Wyoming History -OR-
ECON 1200 – Economics, Law, and Government
Social Science Electives
Fine Arts/Humanities (two courses in two different disciplines)
Scientific and Technical Processes
Lab Science (physical, biological, or Earth laboratory science
Computer Literacy
Physical Wellness (physical education activity)
 
Courses in Major Area of Concentration
This degree is designed for students to experience a wide range of academic areas. Students select courses from the following disciplines: American studies, anthropology, criminal justice, economics, geography, history, political science, psychology, and sociology.
STAT 2070 – Introductory Statistics for the Social Sciences
 
College Electives

Total minimum credit hours required: 64
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