Information Technology Security - Online Degree Program
Associate of Arts (AA) - Information Technology Security Concentration
Campbell University offers Associate of Arts degree programs in General Education, Business Administration, Computer Information Systems, and Social Sciences. The program is designed to introduce students to the challenges and rewards of college level work and core skills for professional careers. The Associate of Arts in General Education introduces students to a broad range of subjects including fine arts, English literature, history, religion and math. Upon successful completion of the A.A. program, students will be prepared for further undergraduate study at the bachelor's level and have a basic understanding of the needs and expectations of the contemporary American workforce.
|General Education Core Courses (40 Semester Hours)|
|Fine Arts (art/music/theatre)|
|English Fundamentals||ENGL 100|
|Academic Writing||ENGL 101|
|Academic Writing & Lit||ENGL 102|
|Fundamentals of Math||MATH 110|
|Science with lab|
|Introduction to Christianity||RELG 125|
|Western Civilization I||HIST 111|
|Western Civilization II||HIST 112|
|Personal Wellness||PE 185|
In addition to the 40 semester hours of core courses, students must complete an additional 22-27 semester hours from one concentration for a total of 62-67 semester hours with 62 being the minimum required number of hours for an Associate Degree.
For a complete overview of the program and requirements, please view our Associate of Arts in Information Technology Security Description and Requirements summary sheet.
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