Associate of Arts and Sciences (AAS)

This Associate of Arts and Sciences (AAS) degree meets the ICRC guidelines for the DTA. The award of the AAS degree will help students identify a pathway toward a Bachelor degree. The intended audience for this degree are former EWU students who have credits but no degree.

Students will be able to complete unmet requirements by finishing requirements through standard course offerings, including online courses, and students will be allowed to transfer courses back to the university to meet degree requirements. Contact your academic advisor.

Curriculum (Based on ICRC DTA Guidelines)
A. Communication Skills–choose two10
PUBLIC SPEAKING
COLLEGE COMPOSITION: EXPOSITION AND ARGUMENTATION
COLLEGE COMPOSITION: EXPOSITION AND ARGUMENTATION
and ACCELERATED FIRST-YEAR WRITING
COLLEGE COMPOSITION: ANALYSIS, RESEARCH AND DOCUMENTATION
B. Quantitative/Symbolic Reasoning5
Note: or any MATH course to which one of these courses is a prerequisite
MATHEMATICAL REASONING
INTRODUCTORY STATISTICS
PRECALCULUS I
FINITE MATHEMATICS
MATHEMATICS FOR ELEMENTARY TEACHERS I
INTRODUCTION TO FORMAL LOGIC (# changed from PHIL 301 starting 202040 )
C. Distribution Requirements
Humanities15
i. choose from the EWU BACR Humanities List
ii. selected from at least two disciplines
iii. no more than 10 credits allowed from any one discipline. (No more than 5 credits in foreign language at the 100 level)
iv. no more than 5 credits in performance/skills courses are allowed
Social Science 15
i. choose from the EWU BACR Social Sciences List
ii. selected from at least two disciplines
iii. no more than 10 credits allowed from any one discipline
Natural Science 15
i. choose from the EWU BACR Natural Science List
ii. selected from at least two disciplines
iii. no more than 10 credits allowed from any one discipline
D. Electives30
Total Credits90