Associate in Arts in Liberal Arts
Lansing Community College offers an Associate in Arts in Liberal Arts program for student’s that would like to learn a liberal arts foundation and eventually advance their education to a bachelor's degree. The program is designed for students that are interested in transferring to a four-year institution after completion. To make transferring easier, students that complete the program will have fulfilled the MACRAO Transfer Agreement requirements. The MACRAO Transfer Agreement ensures program graduates are eligible to transfer to Michigan’s participating two-year and four-year institutions.
The program is offered online and has flexible course schedules. This flexibility allows students to complete coursework at home or any other setting outside of campus. Courses within the program, however, are not self-paced and there will be strict due dates on assignments, quizzes, papers, and discussions. Some courses will require students to attend campus to take an exam or give a presentation.
There are also plenty of resources to make online learning easier for students. Lansing Community College offers online tutoring, a 24/7 phone service for technical support, and an online library. Students that are unsure about courses or other program information may also contact an online advisor for guidance. LCC participates in the MCCVLC Program where students can take courses from other schools that are involved in the program.
Students must complete a minimum of 60 credit hours in order to graduate. The program requires completion of 24 General Education MACRAO, 0-17 General Education Core, eight Writing, and 28 Limited Choice Elective credits. Some courses that will be offered during the program are Environmental Science, Chemistry in Society, Healthy Lifestyles, Introduction to Ethics, Introduction to Sociology, Intercultural Communication, and American Lit 1865 to Present.
Delivery Format:100% Online
- Prospective students that are 18 years or older are able to attend by submitting an application.
- High school students that are between 14-18 years old may apply under the High School Dual Enrollment Program.
- Home school students that are between 14-18 years old may apply under the Home School Program.
Accreditation & Licensing
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
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