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Associate of Arts in Liberal Arts
The Associate of Arts in Liberal Arts degree offered by Northwest Mississippi Community College is a program of study that is available to students in a completely online format. This program aims to prepare students to matriculate into a bachelor’s level degree program in subjects such as English, Foreign Language, History, or Sociology at a college or university. The curriculum of the Liberal Arts curriculum aims to help students prepare for a bachelor’s degree program. A student enrolled in this program should be aware of the curriculum requirements of their intended school and program of transfer. This program offers students the opportunity to design their own course of study that responds to their personal interests, career goals, and educational goals. This program aims to equip students with the skills and knowledge needed to acquire and hone skills in communication, critical thinking, and analytical reasoning. The Liberal Arts teaches students a variety of competencies and prepares them for many different fields of study. This program will help students learn how to communicate effectively, collaborate and work independently, and to debate, to defend, and to argue. Liberal Arts students are important parts of creative teams.
Official transcripts from accredited high school or official GED scores. ACT/SAT scores (Adult students can take placement test in lieu of ACT/SAT exams.). Official college transcripts (if applicable).
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Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges
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