Religious Studies, Associate of Arts

Students earn the Associate of Arts degree in Religious Studies to prepare for work in religious education, to prepare for advanced studies in religion, theology, or ministry, or simply for their own personal spiritual or academic enrichment.

60 credits

Major Requirements (27 crs)

CT233Communication Skills I: Interpersonal Communication

3

Humanities Electives (not in Religious Studies)

9

Religious Studies Electives

15

General Education Requirements (20-25 crs)

Communication Skills

EN113College Composition I

3

OR

EN114College Composition Ib

4

 

EN133College Composition II

3

Religious and Ethical Education

RS123The Christian Tradition

3

OR

RS143Catholicsm

3

 

RS293Christian Ethics

3

Cultural and Social Heritage

Social Science/Human Culture electives

3

Natural Science and Quantitative Reasoning

MA114Customized Intermediate Algebra

4

Or higher (or competency)

4

 

Laboratory Science (Natural Sciences)

4

MA114 or higher: Students may meet the mathematics competency by a score of 76 or above on the Elementary Algebra section of the ACCUPLACER placement exam, an ACT math subscore of at least 20, or a Redesigned SAT math subscore of at least 515.

College Experience

GE111College Experience

1

Electives (13 crs)

General Electives

13