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Associates Degree Completion Online


Follow a complete pathway to complete your Associate of Arts Degree online at Wichita State.

It is important for you to work with an online academic advisor for this degree option to ensure that you are meeting the specific degree requirements as you build your class schedule.

Click here to contact our Online Advising Team, or call toll free 844-978-ONLN.


Associate of Arts degree completion online requirements:

  • 65 Credit Hours Minimum (a minimum of 15 hours at WSU)
  • 50 credit hours must be from the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
  • WSU GPA of 2.0 or better
  • Cumulative GPA of 2.0 or better

General Education courses that meet Associate of Arts online degree completion program requirements:

You can use the online course search tool linked here to make sure the courses you need are being offered this semester.

Contact an Online Academic Advisor to discuss your plan of study today, email online@wichita.edu.

STEP 1: Basic Skills

Requires a grade of C- or better in each course. Complete these online courses within first 48 hours of coursework:

  • English 101
  • English 102
  • Math 111 (requires proctored exams)
  • Communication 111

STEP 2: Introductory Courses

Fine Arts / Humanities

Complete 12 hours (3 intro courses + 1 Further Study / Issues & Perspectives Course)

FINE ARTS HUMANITIES

FURTHER STUDY / ISSUES & PERSPECTIVES
 

Choose One Intro Course Choose 2 intro courses from different subject areas Choose one FS or I/P Course. No more than two I/P courses will count for General Education credit.

ARTH 103
Art Appreciation

ENG 230
Exploring Literature

COMM 321
Intro to Film Studies

DANC 140
Art of the Dance

WOMS 287
Women in Society: Social Issues

THEA 385
Theatre as a Mirror of Today's America (I/P)

MUSC 160
What to Listen for in Music

 

THEA 450
Contemporary Theater and Drama

THEA 143
Art of Theater

 

WOMS 588
Gender, Race and the West/East Divide (I/P)

Social and Behavioral Sciences

Complete 9 hours (2 intro courses + 1 Further Study / Issues & Perspectives course)

INTRODUCTORY FURTHER STUDY / ISSUES & PERSPECTIVES
Choose 2 intro courses from different subject areas Choose one FS or I/P Course. No more than two I/P courses will count for General Education credit.
ANTH 102
Cultural Anthropology
AGE 404/PSY404
Psychology of Aging
ANTH 103
Intro. to Archaeology
AGE 512/ETHS 512
Issues in Minority Aging
CJ 191
Intro. to Criminal Justice
AGE 513/SOC 513
Sociology of Aging
POLS 121
American Politics
CJ 513
Violent Crime (Every other year)
POLS 226
Comparative Politics
CJ 593
Crime Causation & CJ Policy
PSY 111
General Psychology (requires proctored exams)
ECON 202
Principles of Microeconomics
SCWK 201
Intro. To Social Work & Social Welfare
HMCD 308/PSY 413
Leadership in Self and Society (I&P)
SOC 111
Intro to Sociology
HMCD 310
Intro. to the U.S. Health Services System (I&P)
  HMCD 326
Emerging Health Care Issues of the 21st Century (I&P)
  IB 333
International Business (I&P)
  PSY 325
Developmental Psychology (requires proctored exams)
  SOC 315
Marriage and Families
  SOC 325
Parenting
  SOC 337
Young Women’s Health
  SOC 528
Sociology of Education
  SOC 538
Medical Sociology

Mathematics and Natural Sciences

Complete 9 hours (2 intro courses + 1 Further Study / Issues & Perspectives course)

INTRODUCTORY FURTHER STUDY / ISSUES & PERSPECTIVES
Choose 2 intro courses from different subject areas Choose one FS or I/P Course. No more than two I/P courses will count for General Education credit.
BIOL 106
The Human Organism
BIOL 370
Intro. Environmental Studies (I&P)
CS 210
Intro. to Computer Science
GEOG 235/GEOL 235
Meteorology
GEOL 102
Earth Science and the Environment
HP 430
Impact of Disease Upon Global Events (I&P)
HS 290
Foundational Human Anatomy and Physiology (Online lab available: HS 290L)
 
STAT 370
Elementary Statistics (requires proctored exams)
 

To continue on at WSU for a 4-year degree, there are more requirements. Please consult with your advisor to build your plan of study.

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