Azusa's Associate of Arts (A.A.) program offers students a broad foundation in liberal arts. Incorporating faith and knowledge, the curriculum lays the foundation for responsible citizenship, historical and cultural literacy, and respect for God-honoring diversity.
The Online Associate of Arts degree engages students in written and oral communications, history and humanities, social and behavioral sciences, natural sciences, mathematics, and information technology. The program also sets students on the path toward responsible citizenship, historical and cultural literacy, cross-cultural skills, and God-honoring diversity.
- Prepare for more advanced studies at the bachelor's level.
- Gain a broad foundation in the liberal arts.
- Develop the biblical foundations for a Christian worldview.
- Establish habits and skills for lifelong learning.
The program is designed to equip you with skills for lifelong learning, including how to communicate clearly, think critically, effectively use information resources and computer technology, and collaborate with others. The A.A. degree also offers you the biblical and philosophical foundations for developing a Christian worldview and lifestyle. Upon completing the A.A. degree, you will be well equipped with the knowledge, skills, and habits to seamlessly move into APOU's bachelor program, bypassing hurdles to get done sooner and advancing your professional potential.
APOU offers its Associate of Arts degree completely online, which provides students flexibility, convenience, and the opportunity to apply their learning immediately in the workplace.
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