The flexible General Arts program offers you a two-year grounding in the arts. You can build a program that interests you by choosing courses that fit your educational goals. You can also choose to specialize with five options within the Associate of Arts degree, including English, economics, social work, or psychology.
After you have completed at least eight courses, you can choose to complement your associate degree with a work term. Adding a work integrated learning such as an internship or co-op increases your chances of getting better employment when you graduate.
Find out more by contacting Co-operative Education and Career Services.