The courses below represent the 32 credits earned in the Arts & Culture degree, but 60 credits are required to earn an associate's degree. Therefore, in addition to completing the Arts & Culture courses, 28 additional credits are needed to graduate with the Arts & Culture associate's degree. These "additional" credits can come from a variety of sources, like previous college credits earned (C- or above), Roberts Pathway courses, credit for life and work experiences, prior learning assessments like Life Learning Papers (LLPs), DSST/CLEP exams, Military Transcripts, and other approved training. Each applicant will receive a thorough transfer credit evaluation (TCE) with a personalized and detailed plan for graduation. This program allows students to transfer credits into the program or start with zero credits. 

Courses

PHL 202: Ethics During Covid | 3 credits

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PSC 301: Political Science: 2020 Election and Black Lives Matter | 3 credits

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CMC 105: Oral Communication | 3 credits

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LIT 101: Introduction to Literature | 3 credits

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ART 291: Reforming Art | 2 credits

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FNA 256: The Art of Film | 3 credits

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MDA 201: Media, Religion, and Faith | 3 credits

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HST 104: Western History in Global Context | 3 credits

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MUS 112: Music, History, and Literature | 3 credits

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ART | 3 credits

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MUS | 3 credits

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Total credits: 32