Liberal Arts and Sciences: General Studies Track

Associate in Arts (A.A.)

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Explore a variety of topics and academic disciplines to discover your passion with our Liberal Arts A.A. degree. Earn college credit while figuring out if the humanities and social sciences are right for you.

Career Outlook

Earning your Liberal Arts education at FLCC prepares you for immediate transfer and for the career path that you'll ultimately pursue. With this broad-based education, you'll encounter valuable learning experiences inside and outside of the classroom, and you'll develop written communication and critical thinking skills, both of which are marketable skills to employers.

A.A. Program Overview

Our A.A. Liberal Arts and Sciences: General Studies Track program offers you flexible course options that focus on the social sciences and the humanities. This track is the most general option, providing you the opportunity to pursue courses in a variety of subject areas.

Discover research opportunities, take honors courses, and get involved with co-curricular activities. Whatever you choose to make of your liberal arts education, your degree experience will be enhanced by the many opportunities we have to offer.

A.A. Program Outcomes

Program Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of this degree program, students will be able to:

  • Pose insightful and productive questions. Generate, evaluate, integrate, and cite compelling evidence to support reasonable conclusions.
  • Express connections between disciplines with creativity and clarity.
  • Take actionable steps to see tasks through to completion, both independently and collaboratively.
  • Consider the impact of individual action on personal and community well-being, for example physical, environmental, social, occupational, and fiscal well-being.

Seamless Transfer Opportunities

Pursuing a liberal arts education prepares you for a variety of academic disciplines. You'll complete the courses you'll need to transfer to a four-year college or university. Whatever your areas of interest, you can shape your schedule to feature classes that will get you ready to explore transfer opportunities in the following fields:

  • Anthropology
  • Economics
  • History
  • Philosophy
  • Political Science
  • Sociology
  • World Languages

Low-Cost Tuition and Scholarship Opportunities

Earn a quality education at an affordable rate. With our low cost-per-credit and general scholarship opportunities, you can maximize your potential with minimal debt. Over 75% of FLCC students receive financial awards that reduce the cost of college — or cover it completely!

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Amanda Reed

"One way my major benefited me is that it gave me freedom to pick and choose certain classes I was interested in taking. It also allowed me to test out certain areas of study that I could later narrow down to a specific major for the years to come."