Program Overview

The Associate of Science offered by Clark State Community College is intended specifically for individuals who wish to pursue a bachelor’s degree in the future. Specifically, this program aims to help students gain the general education requirements required to further pursue Bachelor of Science degrees. Ideally, after completing this program, a graduate may transfer into a Bachelor of Science program with junior level status. The curriculum of this program discusses a wide range of subjects in order to best prepare its students for further educational pursuits. By the end of this program, a student should be able to competently demonstrate mathematical and computer literacy skills, communicate in the oral and written forms clearly, critically analyze a work of art, to describe and assess divergent aspects humanity and society, and identify and apply knowledge related to the natural and physical world.

A student must complete at least 60 credit hours of courses in order to graduate with the Associate of Science degree from Clark State Community College. After completing core general education courses, students participate in 12 to 25 credit hours of courses in major or concentration electives. These courses should relate to their intended major of choice in their future baccalaureate degree. This program requires students to complete more courses with a mathematics or science emphasis than courses that focus on arts or humanities. This program culminates in a capstone seminar, which should demonstrate the knowledge the student has garnered over the course of study in this program.

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    Degree Level: Associate

    Delivery Format: 100% Online

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    Accreditation & Licensing

    North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission

    School Overview

    Clark State Community College is a two-year, public institution of higher education, located in the city of Springfield, Ohio. Clark State opened in 1962 as the to meet the technical education needs of Springfield. Clark State Community College has several campus locations in Springfield, Beavercreek and Bellefontaine.

    Clark State Community College offers degrees and certificates. Continuing education classes offer leadership training and the College for Kids program to community members. Classes are offered during the day, evening, weekends, and online. Online education consists of online classes and hybrid classes, which incorporate on-campus visits. Students can earn nearly 20 degrees completely online.

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