AA degrees

Curriculum

The specifics for each online Associate of Arts degree is listed below. Course descriptions can be viewed in the course catalog. Upon acceptance into a program, a student is assigned an academic advisor. They work together to create a course schedule that fits the student's needs, and to map out a graduation plan. Click to meet the academic advisor.

Associate of Arts in Biblical Studies
This degree provides a solid understanding of theology through Bible survey courses and an emphasis on hermeneutics. Students will be equipped with the knowledge and skills to serve a church. The online biblical studies degree consists of 65 credit hours: 44 general education credits and 21 major credits. Download the curriculum guide.

Associate of Arts in Human Services
This degree blends the disciplines of social work and psychology. Upon completion, students can seamlessly transition to campus to complete a BA/BS in social work in two additional years. The requirements for the online human services degree consist of 65 credit hours: 47 general education credits and 18 major credits. Download the curriculum guide.

Associate of Arts in Justice Administration: Ministry Concentration
Serving the incarcerated and their families is emphasized. Courses in criminal justice, psychology and ministry prepare the student to serve in the justice system. The requirements for this online justice administration degree consist of 65 credit hours: 44 general education credits and 21 major credits. Download the curriculum guide.

Associate of Arts in Justice Administration: Public Policy Concentration
The emphasis of this online degree is on the procedures and protocols of the justice system. Courses in criminal justice and psychology prepare the student to understand the system. The curriculum consists of 65 credit hours: 44 general education courses and 21 major credits. Download the curriculum guide.

Associate of Arts in Liberal Arts: Business Concentration
Many facets of business are emphasized for a well-rounded student including accounting, marketing and management. Each aspect is taught from a Christian perspective to prepare the student to serve a company well and ethically. This online liberal arts degree consists of 65 credit hours: 47 general education credits and 18 major credits. Download the curriculum guide.

Associate of Arts in Liberal Arts: Christian Ministries Concentration
Hermeneutics and discipleship are emphasized. Courses survey the Bible and focus on how to disciple others. The curriculum consists of 68 credit hours: 47 general education credits and 21 major credits. Download the curriculum guide.

Associate of Arts in Liberal Arts: Discipleship Concentration
Learn to understand people and how to live in relationship with them. Courses in psychology and discipleship prepare students to serve others. The requirements consist of 68 credit hours: 47 general education credits and 21 major credits. Download the curriculum guide.

Associate of Arts in Liberal Arts: History Concentration
This degree emphasizes understanding and interpreting history from a Christian perspective. Courses in world, religious, United States, and constitutional history provide a well-rounded education. It consists of 65 credit hours: 44 general education credits and 21 major credits. Download the curriculum guide.

Associate of Arts in Liberal Arts: Social Science Concentration
This degree emphasizes understanding human behavior from a Christian perspective. Courses in sociology, psychology and social work prepare students to understand human behavior and develop skills to serve others. The curriculum consists of 65 credit hours: 44 general education credits and 21 major credits. Download the curriculum guide.

Associate of Arts in Professional Writing (Free seminar!)
Learning the different styles of publishable genres through courses in article writing, freelance writing, journalism, and scriptwriting is emphasized in order to train the student to deliver quality content in various forms. This online writing degree consists of 66 credit hours: 47 general education credits and 19 major credits. Download the curriculum guide.