Associate in Science Degree (AS)
These degrees are intended to provide freshman- and sophomore-level courses that enable students to enter as juniors at a four-year institution. While the liberal arts courses offered will satisfy the requirements of most senior colleges, it is the student’s responsibility to identify as early as possible the institution to which he/she will transfer and to determine the specific requirements of that institution (See Course Transfer section).
For both the AA and the AS degrees, any area of concentration offered at Blinn may be selected. However, traditional areas of concentration for the AA degree are: Communications, Criminal Justice, English, Foreign Languages and Speech/Theater Arts. Traditional areas of concentration for AS degrees are: Agriculture, Biology, Business/Accounting, Chemistry, Computer Science, Health/Kinesiology and Mathematics.