Associate of Arts in General Studies

Associate of Arts in General Studies

Flexible, Affordable, Accredited

The Associate of Arts in General Studies (AAGS) program is the first step toward gaining the knowledge and skills needed to achieve professional goals and increase marketability. The general studies online degree prepares learners for entry in a bachelor’s degree program.

An Associate of Arts degree in Business Administration will enable students to demonstrate a sound understanding of business concepts, design effective and sustainable business, and strategic plans with an understanding of social, ethical, and legal issues in business management. The AABA is also an important milestone for students’ educational goals.

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Program Details

1.  High school diploma, GED, or its recognized equivalent.

 

2.  Application for Admission

 

3.  Complete New Student Orientation

Course Number Course Name Credits
Semester 1
ACE 100 Accelerate, Connect, Equip 3
GEN 101 English Composition I 3
Elective Social Science Elective (100/200) 3
Semester 2
GEN 201 English Composition II 3
BUS 225 Fundamentals of Business Ethics 3
GEN 102 United States History 3
Semester 3
GEN 103 United States Government 3
GEN 104 Mathematics 3
Elective Elective 3
Semester 4
BUS 215 Business Communications 3
BUS 201 Business and Society 3
BUS 214 Business Statistics 3
Semester 5
ECO 215 Survey of Economics 3
ACC 222 Financial Accounting 3
ECO 220 Macroeconomics 3
Semester 6
MKT 226 Principles of Marketing 3
MGT 251 Organizational Behavior 3
GEN 105 Algebra 3
Semester 7
IST 221 Fundamentals of Computing 3
Elective Elective 3
Total Credits 60

Know exactly how much your program will cost without having to worry about the extra cost of buying books.  Our simple, affordable tuition is all-inclusive.

 

Description Fee
Associate Degree Tuition Per Credit $395
Total Cost Per Course Including E-Books $1,280
Total Program Cost $25,925

Financial Aid Available for Those Who Qualify

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