History
leading to an Associate of Arts Degree

Required Courses

 Course # Credit Hours 
____HIST1503World History to 1500*
____HIST1603World History from 1500 to the present*
____HIST2003U.S. History to 1877*
____HIST2103U.S. History from 1877 to the present*

Choose TWO courses from the allied fields listed below

 Course # Credit Hours 
____GEOG2003Principles of Physical and Human Geography
____GEOG2503World Geography*
____INST2003Regional Geography of Europe*
____LEGL2003Intro to Law and Society
____LEGL2803American Legal History
____POLS1903Intro to Political Science*
____POLS2003American National Government*
____POLS2203International Studies*
____SOCI1903Intro to Sociology*
____SOCI2403Social Problems

FOREIGN LANGUAGE: Not required.
LIBERAL STUDIES PROGRAM: As listed on the appropriate Liberal Studies Check sheet.
Among REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADUATION, the student must have a Grade Point Average of 2.0 or better on the courses credited on this Check sheet.
The student must complete a minimum of 60 credit hours
Using the totality of their courses as a basis, students must attain a minimum score of 85% on a program reflection paper to be completed during the last seven weeks of the student’s final semester.
*Indicates courses that also meet Liberal Studies requirements.

Academic Policies for Associate Degrees

  1. 2.00 Cumulative grade point average in all courses required for graduation.
  2. All prerequisites must be met for admission to specific courses.
  3. Admissions standards are identical to those in effect for bachelor’s degree program.
  4. Associate degree students will be eligible for consideration for Dean’s List on the same basis as bachelor degree students.
  5. Associate degree students will be eligible for consideration for class honors on the same basis as bachelor degree students.
  6. No more than four one-credit courses may be counted among the electives selected to meet graduation requirements.
  7. Twenty of the last forty semester hours must be taken under auspices of Alderson Broaddus University.