Liberal Arts – AA Degree Requirements
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Award: Associate of Arts (AA)
Program Start: Fall, Spring, Summer
We know you're busy balancing family and work responsibilities. That's why we've created flexible course options to help you fit your education into the mix.
Students can complete the Associate of Arts degree in Liberal Arts entirely online, in the evening, during the day, or with a combination of online, evening, daytime, and hybrid courses (courses that meet partially face to face and partially online).
You can also arrange your schedule with courses with varying start dates and course lengths so you can focus on fewer classes at one time while completing the same number of credits per semester.
The courses listed below are marked to show you at a glance some of the different formats the course may be offered, however, course offerings change semester by semester. Search My Hawkeye for specific course offerings.
- O = Online courses meet 100% online.
- E = Evening courses meet face to face after 5:00pm.
Planning Your Class Schedule
Students should work with an academic and transfer advisor to select courses, make a transfer plan, and review their progress.
You are also encouraged to contact the admissions office at the college to which you plan to transfer during your first year at Hawkeye in order to obtain specific program and transfer requirements.
2017–2018 Suggested Sequence of Study
Courses and course cost calculations are subject to change.
◆ General Education courses
► Course has a prerequisite and/or corequisite. See the course description for more details.
||Meets the Non-Western Cultures requirement at UNI.
||Repeatable: see course description for number of times.
||CNS121 or ENV115/116 – only one can be taken toward your 7 hours of science.
||No credit if ECN120 or ECN130 earned
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