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         Field of Study Degrees  Field of Study Degrees
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         Transfer Degree  Transfer Degree
         Associate in Applied Sciences Degree  Associate in Applied Sciences Degree
         Certificate Programs  Certificate Programs
         Older Course Work Taken  Older Course Work Taken
         Course Prerequisites  Course Prerequisites
         Core Curriculum  Core Curriculum
         Academic Transfer Programs  Academic Transfer Programs
         Earning an Associate Degree  Earning an Associate Degree
         Transfer Policy  Transfer Policy
         Transfer Dispute Resolution  Transfer Dispute Resolution
         Choosing a Major  Choosing a Major
         Transfer Tips  Transfer Tips
         Transfer Resources  Transfer Resources
         Transfer Guides  Transfer Guides
         Course Equivalency Guides  Course Equivalency Guides
         Common Course Numbering System  Common Course Numbering System
         Choosing a Catalog Year  Choosing a Catalog Year
         Other Things to Consider  Other Things to Consider
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Associate in Arts/Associate in Sciences Emphasis Degrees (Archived)
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In addition, the college offers a number of "emphasis" degrees in specific majors. An "emphasis" degree is one designed by the college. It includes the core curriculum required in all degrees plus courses within the student's desired major. Students pursuing an "emphasis" degree should work closely with an advisor to ensure all courses will transfer and count toward the major at the selected institution to which the student plans to transfer. An "Articulated Emphasis" degree is one that will transfer to specified universities. (As additional Emphasis Degrees are made available, information may be located on the college web page. At the time of printing of this catalog, the following Emphasis Degrees are available:)

Emphasis Degrees

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