A.A. Degree in Associate in Arts (A10100)

The Associate in Arts (AA) degree is part of the Comprehensive Articulation Agreement (CAA) between the North Carolina Community College System and the University of North Carolina System. In addition to the sixteen UNC schools, many private colleges and universities honor the Comprehensive Articulation Agreement.

While the courses in the AA degree are drawn from the CAA approved course list, transfer requirements for senior colleges and universities vary. Each student is responsible for planning a program of study to meet the requirements of the senior college or university to which the student plans to transfer. It is very important that a student planning to transfer to a senior college or university obtains a copy of that school's catalog and speak with an advisor in his/her planned major.

Suggested Sequence of Courses
FALL SEMESTER 1
ACA 115--Success and Study Skills
ECO 251--Principles of Microeconomics
ENG 111--Expository Writing
HIS 131--American History I
PSY 150--General Psychology
SOC 210--Introduction to Sociology
SPRING SEMESTER 1
ART 111--Art Appreciation
CIS 110--Introduction to Computers
ENG 113--Literature-Based Research
MAT 161--College Algebra
PED 110--Fit and Well for Life
SOC 220--Social Problems
FALL SEMESTER 2
BIO 111--General Biology I
HEA 110--Personal Health/Wellness
HUM 115--Critical Thinking
HUM 160--Introduction to Film
MUS 110--Music Appreciation
SPRING SEMESTER 2
BIO 112--General Biology II
COM 231--Public Speaking
ENG 233--Major American Writers
GEO 111--World Regional Geography
POL 120--American Government
General Graduation Requirements

A. The satisfactory completion of a minimum of 64 semester hours credit (SHC), and a maximum of 65 semester hours credit (SHC).

B. The completion of no fewer than 25% of the above hours while in attendance at Martin Community College. Students must have a GPA of 2.00 on all work required for graduation within their chosen curriculum.

C. Placement tests may indicate a need for enrollment in developmental courses in any or all of the subject areas of English, mathematics, and reading.