Two-Year Academic Degree Programs
The associative degrees are intended to prepare students for employment in specifics fields, to be used as an entry for baccalaureate work at Haskell or to transfer to another four-year institution. An emphasis in an associate degree is course work chosen by the student in consultant with the student’s advisor. Associate degrees are not required for admission into baccalaureate programs.
- An Associate of Arts Degree emphasis includes 15 to 18 hours of specialized and required coursework in one program in addition to the General Education requirements.
- An Associate of Science degree emphasis requires a minimum of 21 hours of required coursework in one program in addition to the General Education Program requirements.
- It is possible to earn an AA with an undeclared emphasis provided all General Education requirements have been fulfilled and a total of 60 credits (including General Education credits) are earned.
An associative degree is granted with the completion of the General Education Programs requirements and a total of 60 credit hours. Credit hours for an emphasis will be included in the 60 credit hour total. Students may earn only one associate degree at Haskell.
Current Two-Year Degrees offered:
Associate of Arts degrees
- Creative Writing
- Paraprofessional Education
- Social Work
- Speech Communication
- Media Communications
Associate of Science degrees