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Associate in Arts Degree (AA)

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.

SEE GENERAL REQUIREMENTS AND CORE COMPONENTS

Areas of degree concentration (major) are:*
Brenham Campus
 
Bryan Campus

Agriculture

Health/Kinesiology

Agriculture

Health/Kinesiology

Biology

History

Biology

History

Business/Accounting

Mathematics

Business/Accounting

Mathematics

Chemistry

Music

Chemistry

Music

Communications

Philosophy

Communications

Philosophy

Computer Science

Physics

Computer Science

Physics

Criminal Justice

Psychology

Criminal Justice

Psychology

English

Speech/Theater Arts

English

Speech

Foreign Languages

 

 

Foreign Languages

 

Courses are also taught in the following areas:

Anthropology

Geography

 

 

Anthropology

Geography

Arts

Geology

Arts

Geology

Economics

Government

Economics

Government

Engineering Graphics

Sociology

Engineering Mechanics

Sociology

Engineering Mechanics

 

 

 

 

 

 

*Some courses are not available on every campus.