Jan 20, 2022  
2020 Undergraduate Studies Bulletin 
    
2020 Undergraduate Studies Bulletin [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

General Business, A.A. (CIP 52.0201)


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Associate in Arts Degree Requirements


Campbell University offers Associate in Arts degree programs in General Education, Business Administration, Information Security, Information Technology Management, Criminal Justice, and Christian Studies. A candidate for this degree must have demonstrated evidence of good character, completed 62 semester hours of study with 2.0 average on all work offered for graduation, and must have earned a 2.0 average on 80 % of all work attempted. This degree requires a minimum of 16 semester hours of study in residence. All A.A. degrees require the following general courses:

General Education Core (33 SH)


Note:


1Fine Arts: “Appreciation,” “Introduction,” or “Survey” course in art, music, drama, or theatre; “History” courses do not meet this requirement (e.g., “History of Art”).

2English/Math: Students are required to take ENGL 100  and MATH 110  (as pre-requisite ENGL/MATH courses), unless documentation is provided showing one of the following: minimum SAT/ACT Score(s), minimum COMPASS or ASSET placement test score(s), completion of previous college-level ENGL/MATH course(s). MATH Elective(s) must be numbered MATH 111 - College Algebra  or above.

3 Literature Elective: The ENGL LIT requirement may be satisfied by completing one of the following literature courses: ENGL 201 , ENGL 202 , ENGL 203 , ENGL 204 , or ENGL 205 . (Or with a 300 level Foreign LANG LIT.)

4Elective: Choose one of the following: CHRS (CHRS 202 , CHRS 212 , CHRS 224 , CHRS 236 , CHRS 322  or higher), PHIL 121 , ENGL (ENGL 201 , ENGL 202 , ENGL 203 , ENGL 204 , ENGL 205 , or ENGL 206 ), HIST (100 or above), or Foreign Language (101, 102, 201, 202, 221, 222, 241, or 242), CRIM, ECON, GEOG, POLS, PSYC, SOCI, COMM 240 , or MSCI.

Note:


(The BADM and ECON electives must be selected from 300 or above courses).

*MATH 160  is required for this major.

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