- 2015-16 Associate of Arts and Sciences Degree in Liberal Arts
- 2016-17 Associate of Arts and Sciences Degree in Liberal Arts
- 2017-18 Associate of Arts and Sciences Degree in Liberal Arts
- 2018-19 Associate of Arts and Sciences Degree in Liberal Arts
Associate of Arts and Sciences Degree
Four semesters (two-year) program
The associate of arts and sciences degree program in liberal arts is designed for students who plan to transfer to a four-year college or university to complete a baccalaureate degree program, usually the bachelor of arts degree, in the liberal arts or social sciences. Students in the program may wish to major in the following fields: American studies, anthropology, art, communication, economics, English, geography, government, history, humanities, journalism, library science, literature, music, philosophy, pre-law, psychology, religion, sociology or theatre arts.
The associate of arts and sciences degrees (AA&S) offered by LFCC are designed to provide freshman and sophomore level course work toward the completion of a baccalaureate degree. The AA&S degree programs require students to take essentially the same courses as required by their university/four-year college counterparts in the areas of English, health/physical education, humanities, mathematics, science and social science.
To help facilitate the transfer process, each state-supported college and most private colleges in Virginia produce a Virginia Community College Transfer Guide. These transfer guides provide specific information about the transferability of courses and/or programs to their respective institutions. Transfer guides can be obtained directly from the college of interest or can be referenced in the Office of Student Success on both the Fauquier and Middletown Campuses. Students may also download many Virginia transfer guides.
Students should begin preparing for transfer as early as possible. Steps in this process include: making a career decision, identifying colleges which offer the intended program of study, examining available transfer guides and college catalogs, talking with transfer representatives, identifying program prerequisites, researching the academic competitiveness of the institutions and program under consideration, attending open house events offered by the colleges and exploring financial aid and housing opportunities.
LFCC offers many services and programs to assist the transfer student. Students are encouraged to seek the assistance of their faculty advisor or counselor to gain additional information to plan a successful transfer experience.