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Associate of Arts and Science Degree Requirements

 

Associate of Arts and Science Degree

The Associate of Arts and Science Degree is awarded in recognition of successful completion of the following requirements

  • A minimum of 60 units (crs.)

  1. At least 30 of the 60 term units (crs.) applied to the degree must be earned in University of Wisconsin Oshkosh courses.
  2. At least 15 of the last 30 term units (crs.) must be earned in University of Wisconsin Oshkosh courses.
  • 2.00 or above official grade point average

  • Specific course work as indicated below:

  1. 9 unit/credits of writing

    • 3 credits of entry level writing selected from English 101, 110, 111, Writing-Based Inquiry seminar (WBIS) 188.
    • 3 credits of of literature based writing courses selected from: English 210, 211, 212, 213, 214, 218, 219, 220, 221, 222, English 224/Women's Studies 224, English 225, 226, 227, 228, 231, 238, 239, 240, 247 or Interdisciplinary Studies 283.
    • 3 units/credits of upper level writing courses selected from: English 302, 307, 309, 310, 316, 317, 318, or 321.
  2. 3 units/credits of quantitative skills selected from: Problem Based Inquiry Seminar (PBIS) 187, 188, 189 or Math 211.
  3. 3 credits from Communication 111.
  4. 2 credits of Physical Education and Health: Kinesiology 105.
  • Coursework selected from the approved General Education course list to include:

  1.  6 (units/credits) of Humanities and Fine Arts, course work must be selected from two of the four following areas: Fine Arts; Foreign Language; Philosophy; Religious Studies; or Interdisciplinary/Women's Studies. Refer to General Education Grid.

  2. 8 units (credits) of Natural (Laboratory) Science selected from: Biology and Microbiology, Chemistry, Geography, Geology, or Physics and Astronomy. Refer to General Education Grid.

  3.  9 units (credits) of Social Sciences:

    • 3 units/credits from History

    • 6 units/credits from two of the following areas: Anthropology; Criminal Justice; Economics; Environmental Studies (some exemptions, see General Education Grid); Geography (some exemptions, see General Education Grid); History; Interdisciplinary Studies (only 102, 132, 246 apply); International Studies; Political Science; Psychology (some exemptions, see General Education Grid); Sociology (some exemptions, see General Education Grid); Social Work; Urban Planning; or Women's Studies (some exemptions, see General Education Grid)

  4. 3 units/credits of Non-Western Culture selected from courses designated as "(NW)" in Undergraduate Bulletin

  5. 3 units/credits of Ethnic Studies selected from courses designated as "(ES)" in Undergraduate Bulletin

  • Elective courses will vary from 14-20 units (credits) to complete degree.

       

 

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