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Brenau University    
  Jan 22, 2018
2017-2018 Brenau University Catalog

General Academic Plan - Associate's Degree

General Academic Plan (A.A.) degree

The A.A. degree in liberal studies program consists of 61 semester hours. Students enrolled in the Women’s College or the Gainesville Day Program are not eligible to enroll in the A.A. degree program.

General graduation requirements:

Students must:

  1. Earn a cumulative GPA of 2.0
  2. Satisfy a 15 hour (25%) residency requirement with Brenau. Experiential, challenge and CLEP credit do not count toward the residency requirement.
  3. Successfully complete the 61 hours of required coursework for the A.A. Liberal Studies  or A.A. Early Childhood Education   coursework.

Grades of D:  A grade of D in a class required for the A.A. degree is permitted except in these cases:

  1. EH 101 & EH 102 must be a C or higher in all cases.
  2. The course is a prerequisite for another course and the department for the 2nd course requires a C or higher for the prerequisite.
  3. If the student plans to transition to a bachelor’s program and the course course in question is also used in the student’s bachelor’s degree major. This course may be acceptable for the A.A. program, but will need to be repeated for the bachelor program if the bachelor major requires all major courses to be a C or higher.

Note:  Students may not transfer into the A.A. program with more than 45 semester hours of usuable credit.