Liberal Arts / AA - Northern New Mexico College

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Liberal Arts/Associate of Arts
Fall 2015
This program provides a strong academic foundation for successful transfer to various bachelor
degrees, such as the Bachelor of Arts in Integrated Studies at Northern or a Bachelor of Arts in
University Studies at other institutions. This degree fosters exploration of differing perspectives and
fields of study and provides development of essential skills of critical thinking, communication, and
creativity and supports awareness of community and diversity. Students earning an AA I Liberal
Arts will identify a concentration as an emphasis for the degree.
General Education Common Core Courses (38 crs)
Area I Communications (9)
Semester
ENG 111
SPCH 130
English Composition I (3)
Public Speaking (3)
Choose one of the following two courses:
ENG 112
English Composition II (3)
ENG 116
Technical Writing (3)
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Area II Mathematics (3)
MATH 150
College Algebra (3)
Area III Laboratory Sciences (8)
Select two survey courses (with labs) from Area III
Area IV Social/Behavioral Sciences (6-9)
Select two or three of the following courses:
ANTH 101/L Physical Anthropology w/Lab (4)
ANTH 102
Introduction to Social and Cultural Anthro (3)
ANTH 110
Indian Cultures of the Southwest(3)
ANTH 207
Cultures of New Mexico (3)
ECON 200
Macroeconomics (3)
ECON 201
Microeconomics (3)
GEOG 111
World Geography (3)
PSCI110
The Political World (3)
PSCI 120
Contemporary Political Issues (3)
PSCI 200
American Politics (3)
PSCI 210
State and Local Government (3)
PSCI 212
The American Presidency (3)
PSY 105
PSY 210
PSY 229
PSY 230
PSY 232
PSY 290
PSY 370
SOC 101
SOC 213
SOC 216
SOC 220
SOC 225
General Psychology (3)
Theories of Personality(3)
Adolescent Psychology (3)
Psychology of Adjustment (3)
Abnormal Psychology (3)
Developmental Psychology (3)
Social Psychology (3)
Introduction to Sociology (3)
Deviant Behavior (3)
Ethnic and Intercultural Relations (3)
Social Problems (3)
Marriage and the Family (3)
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Area V Humanities and Fine Arts (6-9)
Select two or three of the following courses:
ART 105
Introduction to Art (3)
ART 107
History of Art (3)
ART 208
History of NM Art& Arch. I (3)
ART 211
History of Art II (3)
DANC 240 Dance Appreciation (3)
DANC 245 Dance History (3)
ENG Lit.
Courses numbered 260-298
FDMA 280 History of Cinema (3)
HIST 101
Western Civilization I (3)
HIST 102
Western Civilization II (3)
HIST 161
History of the U.S. to 1877 (3)
HIST 162
History of the U.S. from 1877 (3)
HIST 220
Southwestern Women’s History (3)
HIST 230
Chicano Experience in the US
HIST 250
American Indian History (3)
HIST 260
History of New Mexico (3)
HUM 101
Humanities I (3)
HUM 102
Humanities II (3)
HUM 105
Humanities and the Southwest (3)
HUM 200
Comparative Religion (3)
MUS 103
Music History and Literature (3)
MUS 105
Music Appreciation (3)
MUS 218
Music History and Literature (3)
PHIL 110
Intro to Philosophical Problems (3)
PHIL 111
History of Philosophy (3)
PHIL 220
Ethics (3)
PHIL 250
Critical Thinking (3)
PIS 200
Introduction to Pueblo Indian Studies (3)
THE 120
Introduction to Theatre I (3)
THE 130
History of Theatre (3)
Area VI.
First Year Experience (3)
FYE 101
FYE: First Year Experience (3)
Program Requirements (24 Crs)
Foundations in the Liberal Arts (9 crs)
PHIL 250 – Critical Thinking (3)
Language – SPAN course or PIS 245(3)
Creative Studies – choose one of the following:
EMG 221 Creative Writing (3)
ART 105, 107, or 208
MUS 105
THE 120, 130, 224, or 238
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Concentration in a Specific Discipline (9 crs)
Students are required to take three courses (9 crs) from one of the following academic
areas:
Philosophy (PHIL)
History (HIST)
Literature (ENG – excluding ENG 111, 112, and 116)
Sociology (SOC)
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Psychology (PSY)
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Students may choose to create a concentration of Cultural Studies, which would
combine approved courses with CHIC, ENG, HUM, HIS, PHIL, SOC, or ANTH
prefixes.
Electives (6 crs)
Must be taken from the following discipline areas (3):
Area I. Communications
Area II. Mathematics
Area III. Laboratory Sciences
Area IV. Social/Behavioral Sciences
Area V. Humanities
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Elective from any discipline (3)
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TOTAL CREDITS: 62
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