- Associate in Applied Science Degree
- Program location:
- Elkhorn Valley Campus, Fort Omaha Campus, South Omaha Campus
This degree focuses on career areas as well as general education. It offers students an associate degree program that allows some latitude in selection of courses in areas of interest. Students should work with an advisor or counselor in planning the coursework for this degree.
|General Education||42.0 – 45.0|
|Total Credit Hours Required||96.0 – 99.0|
General Education Requirements - 42.0 credit hrs.
|ENGL 1010 English Composition I||4.5|
|ENGL 1020 English Composition II||4.5|
|SPCH 1110 Public Speaking||4.5|
|Mathematics||4.5 - 7.5*|
|Students choosing from these options should be aware that additional college-level courses are required for most four-year programs. To satisfy general education requirements for most four-year degrees, choose from the transfer options.|
|Only students who have completed the Professional Skills Specialist Diploma need to complete the 7.5 credit hour mathematics requirement.|
|HMRL 1010 Human Relations Skills||4.5|
|INFO 1001 Information Systems and Literacy||4.5|
Major Requirements for General Studies - 36.0 credit hrs.
|Complete a minimum of 36.0 credit hours of courses, selecting from a maximum of two prefixes.||36.0|
Electives for General Studies - 18.0 credit hrs.
|Choose 18.0 credit hours.||18.0|
Option Requirements for General Studies
Listed below are General Studies degree options that allow students to tailor a specific interest into an associate degree program.
For students interested in cultural studies, selected courses in GEOG, HIST, SOCI, ENGL, PHIL, and foreign languages are considered a single prefix. Refer to the Cultural Studies (GSCSO) degree guide for more information.
For students interested in management, any combination of the following prefixes are considered as a single prefix: ACCT, BSAD, ECON, ENTR, FINA, INSU, and REES.
For students interested in science/health, any combination of the following prefixes are considered as a single prefix: BIOS, CHEM, SCIE, and PHYS.
For students interested in visual arts, any combination of the following prefixes are considered as a single prefix: ARTS, EIMA, GCAD, PHOT, and VACA.
General Studies: Associate-to-Bachelor (A-to-B) Agreements
Listed below are General Studies degree transfer agreements developed with specific courses that transfer to a four-year institution. These are special agreements with the four-year institution, and all courses should be completed for maximum transfer. Completing an A-to-B Agreement does not guarantee admission into the four-year school.
|General Studies transfer agreements||Four-year institution|
|Pre-Criminal Justice (PUCJO)||University of Nebraska at Omaha|
|Pre-Health Related Business (PSHBO)||Clarkson College|
Industrial Technology Endorsement (PSITO)
Industrial Technology Endorsement (ITAS1)
Wayne State College
University of Nebraska–Lincoln
Some of the A-to-B Agreements were developed with students taking courses from more than two prefixes and are only acceptable in the designated option.