Associate Of Science In

General Studies

Program benefits

Qualifications

Curriculum

Tuition & Value

General Studies

About the Program

The Associate of Science in General Studies (GEN) program has a strong founding in liberal arts and sciences and is an excellent way for you to develop a diverse skill set and explore a variety of courses to help determine your healthcare interests. Courses in the General Studies program can be used to complete prerequisites for various healthcare majors or to continue to a bachelor’s degree program.

This program will also benefit numerous health care professionals who have earned a certification in their desired profession and are seeking to add an accredited degree behind their name. Whether you are a Medical Assistant, Community Paramedic, or a Patient Care Assistant, the Associate of Science in General Studies degree is a great option to further your education. Additionally, students can choose to enroll in five Healthcare Administration courses for a HCA concentration.

General Studies

BENEFITS

Build your foundation

By developing a diverse skill set and gaining exposure to a variety of courses.

versatile Credits

Courses can be used to complete prerequisites or transfer to a bachelor’s degree.

Enhance Skills

Learn communication and critical thinking skills, valuable in any career.

highly rewarding and fulfilling degree

Prepares you for jobs in a variety of fields.

General Studies

BENEFITS

Build your foundation

By developing a diverse skill set and gaining exposure to a variety of courses.

versatile Credits

Courses can be used to complete prerequisites or transfer to a bachelor’s degree.

Enhance Skills

Learn communication and critical thinking skills, valuable in any career.

highly rewarding and fulfilling degree

Prepares you for jobs in a variety of fields.

General Studies Program

Program Qualifications

First-Time College Students

  • 2.0 or Higher Cumulative High School GPA* or GED
  • Must be a U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident

Transfer Students

  • 2.0 or Higher Cumulative College GPA*
  • At least 12 semester hours or 18 quarter hours of completed college coursework.
  • Must be a U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident

*Optional Qualifications

  • ACT Composite – 19*
  • SAT Combined Total Score – 1010*  

*Students who do not meet the minimum qualifications may still apply and be considered for Provisional Admission. Additional materials may be requested such as a personal essay, reference letter, etc.

**Students who do not submit ACT or SAT test scores or do not meet the minimum ACT or SAT test score can still apply and be considered for Provisional Admission. 

General Studies

Curriculum

Fall Semester YR1 Course Title Credits Spring Semester YR1 Course Title Credits
FYE 102 Learning Foundations 2 BIO 112 Natural Science 4
BIO 111 Natural Science 4 ENG 315 Written & Oral Comm 3
ENG 101 Written & Oral Comm 3 STAT 201 Math & Data Analysis 3
MAT 105 Math & Data Analysis 3 SOC 101 Social & Behavioral Science 3
Summer Semester YR 1 Course Title Credits Fall Semester YR 2 Course Title Credits
CHEM 105 Natural Science 4 BIO 121 Natural Science 4
COM 102 Written & Oral Comm 3 COM 110 General Elective 3
PHI 103 Arts & Humanities 3 PSY 210 General Elective 3
PSY 110 Social & Behavioral Science 3 PHI 205 General Elective 3
Spring Semester YR 2 Course Title Credits
BIO 180 General Elective 3
BIO 300 General Elective 3
COM 315 General Elective 3
General Elective 3
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General Studies

Program Cost Breakdown*

*Program costs are approximate and subject to change

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