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General Studies

Develop a broad foundation of knowledge with the Associate of Science in General Studies. This degree from Campbellsville University allows you to explore a variety of topics, including art, business, history and science – all in one program. Learn what subjects interest you most and then choose to pursue them further with a bachelor’s degree.

The following program of study contains courses that expand the student’s knowledge in the areas of personal and cultural development, English, Mathematics, Science, and Social Science.

A requirement for graduation with the Associate of Science in General Studies degree is for each student to complete the ETS Proficiency Profile Exam. This proficiency exam should be completed approximately one month prior to graduation. In order to schedule this proficiency exam, students need to contact the office of Academic Support, located in BASC 202, at (270) 789-5064.

Associate of Science in General Studies

Associate of Science in General Studies ….. 64

Personal and Cultural Development ….. 16

Take each course on this list: ….. 6

  • ENG 210 Literary Studies – 3
  • HP 103 Introduction to Physical Education and Health Promotion – 2
  • HP Any 1-hour Human Performance Physical Activity Course – 1

Choose one course from this list: ….. 3

  • CHS 111 Introduction to Old Testament Study – 3
  • CHS 121 Introduction to New Testament Study – 3
  • CHS 130 Christ and Culture – 3
  • PHI 241 Introduction to Philosophy – 3

Choose one course from this list: …..2

  • ART 110 Understanding Art 2
  • ART 310 Art History I 3
  • ART 311 Art History II 3

Choose one course from this list: …… 2

  • MUS 221 Music Literature – 3
  • MUS 125 Understanding Music – 2

Choose one course from this list: …… 3

  • MAC 120 Fundamentals of Speech – 3
  • MAC 140 Introduction to Communication – 3

Symbolics of Information ….. 12

Take both courses on this list: ….. 6

  • ENG 111 Freshman Composition I – 3
  • ENG 112 Freshman Composition II – 3

Choose one course from this list: ….. 3

  • MTH 110 College Mathematics – 3
  • MTH 111 College Algebra – 3
  • MTH 112 Trigonometry and Analytic Geometry – 3
  • MTH 123 Elementary Calculus and Its Applications – 3
  • MTH 130 Elementary Statistics – 3

Choose one course from this list: …..3

  • CIS 100 Computer Concepts and Applications – 3
  • CIS 160 CIS I – 4
  • LIS 150 Information Mastery – 3

Science and Social Science ….. 24

Take each course on this list: …… – 9

  • GEG 315 World Geography – 3
  • POL 110 American Government – 3
  • PSY 111 General Psychology – 3

Choose one course from this list ….. 3

  • BIO 103 Environment and Man-  3
  • BIO 110 Biology – 3
  • BIO 200 Biological Concepts – 4

Choose one course from this list ….. 3

  • CHE 100 Introduction to Chemistry – 3
  • CHE 111 General Chemistry I – 3
  • PHY 131 Conceptual Physics – 3
  • PHY 141 General College Physics I – 3

Choose one course from this list ….. 3

  • SOC 110 Introduction to Sociology – 3
  • SOC 321 Cultural Geography and Anthropology – 3

Choose one course from this list ….. 3

  • HST 110 U.S. History to 1877 – 3
  • HST 120 U.S. History Since 1877 – 3
  • HST 231 World Civilization to 1650 – 3
  • HST 242 World Civilization Since 1650 – 3

Choose one course from this list ….. 3

  • ECO 110 Introduction to Economics – 3
  • ECO 221 Macroeconomics – 3
  • ECO 222 Microeconomics – 3

Electives …… 12

Take courses totaling at least 12 hours from any discipline. Consult with the academic advisor before selecting Upper Division courses.

See the undergraduate catalog link under Program Resources for core and emphasis requirements, general education requirements, electives and course descriptions.

Associate of Science in General Studies with Social Science Emphasis

Associate of Science in General Studies with Social Science Emphasis….. 65

General Education for Associate Degrees ….. 32

These general education courses are required for this degree program.

POL 110 American Government – 3

Required Courses …… 30

History and Geography …..15

Take each course on this list:

  • GEG 315 World Geography – 3
  • HST 110 U. S. History to 1877 – 3
  • HST 120 U. S. History since 1877 – 3
  • HST 231 World Civilization to 1650 – 3
  • HST 242 World Civilization since 1650 – 3

Sociology…… 6

Choose two courses from this list:

  • SOC 110 Introduction to Sociology – 3
  • SOC 230 Social Problems – 3
  • SOC 321 Cultural Geography and Anthropology – 3

Psychology ….. 6

Take each course on this list:

  • PSY 111 General Psychology – 3
  • PSY 222 Psychology of Adjustment – 3

Economics …… 3

Choose one course from this list:

  • ECO 110 Introduction to Economics – 3
  • ECO 221 Macroeconomics – 3
  • ECO 222 Microeconomics – 3

Free Electives ….. 3

See the undergraduate catalog link under Program Resources for core and emphasis requirements, general education requirements, electives and course descriptions.