The Associate of Arts (AA) program in General Studies consists of a curriculum that provides a solid base and overview within the academic fields of communication arts, mathematics, social sciences, life sciences, and the humanities. Students in this program are encouraged to develop their own ideas and gain knowledge that can be useful in a variety of careers. The curriculum emphasizes a balance in many different areas of study in order to increase the general understanding students have in academic disciplines.
If you're interested in attending college but aren't sure the field you want to focus on, give the Associate of Arts in General Studies a try. With this degree from the University of Phoenix, you'll discover a wide range of courses that will intrigue you, and hopefully find a field that peaks your interest. Students can also choose to transfer your credits towards a more focused bachelor's degree after you graduate with your associate's from University of Phoenix.
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While widely available, not all programs are available in all locations or in both online and on-campus formats. Please check with a University Enrollment Representative.