… intend to transfer to a four-year college or university to pursue a baccalaureate degree in any major other than math, sciences, medicine, or engineering. The AA includes enough credit to transfer into a four-year college as a junior and to satisfy all the general education, non-major course requirements at the freshman and sophomore levels.
Graduates of the WCC Associate In Arts Program will:
- Written Communication
WCC AA graduates will be able to compose clear, purposeful, well-supported, and organized writing, which exhibits effective use of critical thinking, research and documentation skills, editing skills, and word processing skills.
- Oral Communication
WCC AA graduates will be able to research, develop, organize and present an oral address appropriate to the target audience with supporting materials and effective delivery methods.
- Humanities and Social Sciences
WCC AA graduates will demonstrate insight into their lives and the world in which they live, an awareness of diverse cultures and viewpoints, and an understanding of the potential to use what they have learned to be responsible citizens in their communities and beyond.
WCC AA graduates will be able to work independently and collaboratively to gather and organize data for the purpose of producing a mathematical model to offer solutions to real-life problems and communicate those solutions with appropriate quantitative language.
WCC AA graduates will demonstrate understanding of the scientific method and models.
- Critical Thinking
WCC AA graduates will engage in inquiry, pursue best information, examine underlying assumptions, and analyze multiple points of view in the contexts of writing, humanities, fine arts, social sciences, mathematics, and science.
- Computer Skills
WCC AA graduates will acquire and practice technology skills appropriate for academic, work-related, and personal goals, including basic word processing and spreadsheet skills.
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