Curriculum for the AA in Liberal Arts
Completion of the AA Degree requires the accumulation of a minimum of 61 credits with the last 32 credits being earned at Eastern, completion of the General Education requirements and a 2.0 GPA. The AA Curriculum provides a broad background in general education and incorporates the University's mission specific General Education distinctive courses. The courses provide content which is Christ centered and informed by the Christian faith.
- View Eastern's current course catalog for all course descriptions.
|Course Number||Course Name||Credit|
|BIBL 100||Biblical Literature in Contemporary Context||3|
|BIOL 105||Introductory Biology||4|
|COMM 120||Public Speaking||3|
|ENGL 102||College Writing||3|
|INST 140||Introduction to Faith, Reason, and Justice - Non-Residential and Virtual Community Students||3|
|INST 161||Heritage of Western Thought and Civilization||3|
|INST 270||Justice in Pluralist Society||3|
|MATH 103||Mathematical Ideas||3|
|LEAD 370||Cross-Cultural Studies||3|
|SOCI 105||Contemporary Social Problems||3|
|THEO 210||Foundations of Christian Spirituality||3|
|THEO 240||Introduction to Christian Theology||3|
|A DANC/FAPA/MUSI/THEA/ENGL 236 or 302/COMM220 Course||3|
Students may choose 21 credits from any 100–200 level coursework offered in the 7-week, accelerated format.