Cultural Studies-Option

Liberal Arts, Associate in Arts

The Cultural Studies degree provides a well-rounded liberal arts background by providing training in how to think, especially in diverse cultural environments. It is a gateway to many other disciplines, professions and careers such as teaching, research and business.

Electives should be selected based on the student's interest, and the requirements of the transfer institution.

For further information, contact the department chairperson, Cheryl Knowles-Harrigan at (609) 343-4993 or e-mail cknowles@atlantic.edu.

Courses Credits
   
General Education Courses  
When a general education course is not specified, refer to the list of courses approved for this degree.
Composition I ENGL101
3
Composition II ENGL102
3
Literature course: ENGL104 or ENGL201
3
History courses- choose two: HIST101, HIST102, HIST103, HIST104
6
ARTS course - choose one: ARTS103, ART108, ARTS109
3
PSYC101 General Psychology
3
SOCL101 Principles of Sociology
3
Social Science course - choose one: ANTH103, GEOG102, GOVT101
3

Mathematics course-MATH119 or higher

3-5

Laboratory Science course
4
Mathematics or Laboratory Science course
3-5
HPED150 Concepts of Physical Fitness
1
Humanities course RELG110
3
Liberal Arts: PHIL102 and PHIL105
6
TOTAL
47-51
Program Courses
PHIL106 Intro to Social and Political Philosophy
3
PHIL111 World Ethical Issues
3
Choose 4: ANTH103, ARTS108, ARTS109, COMM110, COMM120, DANCE170, ENGL201, ENGL213, ENGL214, GOVT101, HIST109, HIST110, HIST117, HIST135, SPAN111, SPAN112, SPAN201, SPAN202, MUSC100, FREN111, FREN112, SOCL110
12
TOTAL
18
Computer Literacy
(May be fulfilled with CISM125; testing out; or reviewed departmental portfolio)
0
TOTAL REQUIRED FOR DEGREE:
65-69