General Studies A.A.

General Studies A.A.


The purpose of the Associate of Applied Science degree in General Education, also known as the Weekend College Program, is to provide a flexible accelerated degree program format that allows adult learners to complete their degree by attending classes on the weekends. They offer practical introductions to the field of general education classes at the college level; additionally students may transfer to a four-year college or University campus for the bachelorette degree. A minimum of sixty-two academic credits must be earned in specified coursework.

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General Studies Requirements: (62 Credits)

Semester ONECredits
MTH-121   College Algebra 4
ENG-110   Freshman Composition 3
NAV-221   Navajo Government 3
NAV-225   Diné Philosophy of Education 3
CMP-101   Introduction to Digital Design 3
Semester TWO 
SOC-210   Sociology of Social Programs 3
ENG-150   English Literature 3
NAV-211   Navajo History 3
CHM-120   General Chemistry I 4
HST-210   American History to 1877 3
Semester THREE 
PED-101   Physical Education 1
SOC-101   Introduction to Sociology 3
ENG-112   Technical Research and Writing 3
PSY-105   Introduction to Psychology 3
ECN-111   Introduction to Economics 3
Semster FOUR 
HUM-201   Exploration of Different Cultures 3
ART-110   Art Studio I 3
COM-130   Public Speaking 3
BIO-120   Principles of Biology 4
ENV-245   Natural Resources I 4
Total Required Credit Hours62


Program Advisors
Jane Wallen, Assistant Professor of Developmental Reading and Writing
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Phone: 505.786.4149

M.A., Communication Studies, New Mexico State University
B.A., Drama, Antioch College


Julie Bales, Associate Professor of English
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Phone: 505.786.4191

M.A., Communication, University of New Mexico
B.A., Communication and Theatre, Montana State University

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