Find out more about Lorain County Community College
Take the first step today
Talk with an Enrollment Counselor specializing in Associate of Arts Degree.
Your privacy is important and your data is secure.
The Associate of Arts degree from Lorain County Community College requires completion of a minimum of 39 Transfer Module credits (excluding SDEV 101) and 62 total credits for awarding of the AA degree. Additional courses needed to meet the Transfer Module requirements should be selected. The remaining elective credits for the AA degree program can be selected from these or any other courses in the LCCC course catalog. Completion of these requirements includes the State Transfer Module. Choices within these ranges will require careful academic planning and advice. Students should seek assistance from a counselor or advisor before proceeding.
This degree program can give students the opportunity to explore a variety of fields, including psychology, history, literature, physical science, life science, math and statistics. By taking a variety of courses, students become better prepared to enroll in a bachelor's degree program. These programs are typically designed for students who have not decided on a particular field of study or career path yet. If students prefer to enter the workforce, the acquisition of writing and interpersonal skills can prepare them for careers in fields as diverse as management, health care, sales and marketing.
Through an associate degree program in general studies, students can expect to develop general skills and knowledge, including writing skills, interpersonal skills and critical thinking abilities.
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
Consent for Contact
I understand that by submitting this form, WGU and Get Educated will be contacting me by email and phone. Submitting this form also constitutes my express written consent to receive phone calls and text messages from WGU, at the phone number(s) I have provided, including a wireless number. I also understand that consent is not a condition of enrollment.