General Studies

An Associates Degree in General Studies is perfect for students exploring the college experience or students who have many transfer credits from other institutions.

 

The Associate of General Studies Degree provides a flexible option for students who wish to combine coursework in several areas of interest. Students can design a program of study around their interests by selecting a variety of courses in one or more areas.

 

The Associate of General Studies degree is especially designed for those students who have gained significant learning through their life/work experience, but who may benefit from an individually planned course of study based on their academic or occupational interests. Students earn this degree using CCC courses, transfer credits, and courses accepted through testing options as noted in the CCC Course Catalog. This degree is available completely online.

Associate of General Studies

 

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First Semester (Fall I):

  • ENGL 1110 English Composition I (3 Credits) 
  • MATH 1130 Survey of Math (3 Credits)
  • General Education Elective (3 Credits)
  • General Education Elective (3 Credits)
  • Elective (3 Credits)

 

TOTAL SEMESTER HOURS: 15


Second Semester (Spring I)

  • ENGL 1120 English Comp II OR ENGL 2210 Professional/Technical Communication (3 Credits)
  • General Education Elective (3 Credits)
  • General Education Elective (3 Credits)
  • Elective (3 Credits)

 

TOTAL SEMESTER HOURS: 12


Third Semester (Summer): 

  • COMM 1130 Public Speaking OR COMM 2120 Interpersonal Communication (3 Credits)
  • PHED #### (1 Credit)
  • Elective (3 Credits)

 

TOTAL SEMESTER HOURS: 7


Fourth Semester (Fall II): 

  • Elective (3 Credits)
  • Elective (3 Credits)
  • Elective (3 Credits)
  • Elective (3 Credits)
  • Elective (3 Credits)

 

TOTAL SEMESTER HOURS: 15


Fifth Semester (Spring II): 

  • Elective (3 Credits)
  • Elective (3 Credits)
  • Elective (3 Credits)
  • Elective (3 Credits)

 

TOTAL SEMESTER HOURS: 12


 Total Credits Required: 60  

  

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Clovis Community College’s professional licensure programs are designed to prepare students for a license in the state of New Mexico. Students who wish to practice in a state other than New Mexico may or may not have additional requirements to complete prior to applying for a license.

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The program’s current length of accreditation is 8 years with the next site visit tentatively scheduled for the First Quarter of 2027.

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Benefits of a General Studies Degree:

  • Students with credits from multiple institutions in multi—disciplines can consolidate their previous course work into one degree.
  • Students who are initially undecided have an opportunity to explore their areas of interest while working on a degree.
  • Depending on course choices, classes may transfer to other colleges and universities and be accepted toward a bachelor's degree.
  • Military students can use CCAF and other military credits as electives to complete this degree.
  • Students who have a GED can satisfy military entrance requirements while accumulating credits toward an associate degree.
  • Lifelong learners can earn a degree with a variety of credits of their choosing.

According to the U. S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, students completing an Associate's degree are likely to earn approximately $7,000 per year more than those with just a high school diploma or less. Here are the classes you need to take in order to earn your Associate of General Studies degree. You can also view the CCC Course Catalog for more details, including course descriptions.

Contact Info

For more information about CCC's General Studies or Liberal Arts programs, please contact:

marcus smith
Marcus Smith

Director of Academic Advising 
575.769.4020
marcus.smith@clovis.edu

 

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