Humanities and Social Sciences

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By earning an associates degree in Humanities and Social Sciences, you'll be able to explore a wide variety of career paths — and majors — within the College of Humanities and Social Sciences. You'll develop essential communication, critical thinking, and writing skills that will help you be successful in any career.

Earning an associates degree opens up options for your future. This vital credential will help you get ahead should you decide to take a leave of absence, change to another major, or transfer to a different institution.

With 60 required credits — 12 in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, 13 free electives from any college, and 35 general education credits — this associates degree will help you find and pursue your passion.

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