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Liberal Arts

Liberal Arts

Associate of Arts degree

The hallmark of a liberal arts education is the preparation it gives the student for lifelong learning and personal enhancement. While technical skills may become obsolete over time, skills gained through liberal arts coursework will not. Almost every profession requires the student to communicate, write, solve social problems, adapt to new situations, analyze information, and interact with a variety of people. These are skills assembled through liberal arts and are of great value to any employer.

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Degree Requirements - Minimum of 61 Credit Hours Print Requirements

General Education Core       (36 hours)
Area I.    Communications       (9 hours)
ENG111Freshman Composition I 3 credits
ENG115Freshman Composition II 3 credits
SPCH111Public Speaking 3 credits
Area II.    Mathematics       (4 hours)
MATH180College Algebra 4 credits
Area III.    Laboratory Science       (8 hours)
Area IV.    Social and Behavioral Sciences       (6 hours)
Area V.    Humanities and Fine Arts       (9 hours)
Program Requirement       (3 hours)
HD260Critical Thinking and Problem Solving 3 credits
Related Studies       (3 hours)
CSA150Computer Fundamentals 3 credits
Approved Electives       (19 hours)
ART106Introduction to Drawing 3 credits
ART146Drawing II 3 credits
ENG121Introduction to Creative Writing/Fiction 3 credits
ENG140Modern Literature: The American Novel Since 1945 3 credits
ENG220Short Fiction 3 credits
HIST220History of New Mexico 3 credits
MUS108Music Appreciation 3 credits
MUS208Music History 1 credits
PSYC258Abnormal Psychology 3 credits
SPAN101Beginning Spanish I 3 credits
SPAN102Beginning Spanish II 3 credits
SPCH112Interpersonal Communication 3 credits
SPCH212Organizational Communication 3 credits
THTR125Acting I 3 credits
Note: No more than one credit hour in physical education may be used to satisfy the 22 credit hour approved electives requirement. Courses may only be used once to satisfy any general education core, program and approved elective requirements. Additional approved elective courses can be selected from Area IV and V of LCC’s General Education Core Curriculum. Students are strongly encouraged to consult with their LCC advisor for proper advising and course selection.

Liberal Arts Curriculum Profile 2012-2015

Program Resources

Program Director: Dr. Anita Roybal
Phone: (505)454-2565
Email: anroybal@luna.edu
Program Advisor: Leslie Dennis
Phone: (505)454-2564
Email: ldennis@luna.edu

ACCESS Center Personnel

Director: Renee Maestas
Phone: (505)454-5355
Email: rmaestas@luna.edu
Advisor: Janice Medrano
Phone: (505)454-2546
Email: jmedrano@luna.edu

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