Nov 17, 2019  
2017-18 College Catalog 
    
2017-18 College Catalog [ARCHIVED]

Associate of Arts General Concentration Information


This concentration is designed to prepare students for transfer to a four-year college or university and is the equivalent of the freshman and sophomore years of a Bachelor of Arts Degree program. For students who do not have a decided interest in one field of study, the concentration provides a broad knowledge of liberal arts. Elective courses give the student the flexibility to choose from a number of transferable courses.


Administration

Toledo-area Campus

Phone Number

Email

Michael Sander, Interim Dean Founders Hall 1113 (567) 661-7545 michael_sander@owens.edu
Chair - Vacant      

Student Learning Outcomes

  • Student will be able to:
  • Demonstrate effective communication in their area or concentration of study.
  • Demonstrate their ability to access and interpret information within their area or concentration of study.
  • Think critically to anticipate, recognize, and solve problems within their area or concentration of study.
  • Add value through service to their community or area/concentration of study.

Career Interests

Students pursuing this degree may have an interest in communications, economics, English, world languages, geography, history, journalism, philosophy, political science, pre-law, sociology, social work or speech.

Transfer Information

Transfer institutions may require different courses for this transfer program. Students should tailor their Owens program as closely as possible to the requirements at their four-year school of choice. Meet with an Advisor for more information.

Student Advisement

Although ENG 111 /ENG 112  is required, students needing or desiring additional communications electives may choose from the following courses: ENG 120 , ENG 130 SPE 100 , SPE 101 , SPE 102 SPE 210 .

Students should take any Science, Arts and Humanities, Mathematics, or Social and Behavioral Science courses that are approved for the Ohio Transfer Module (OTM) or the Transfer Assurance Guide (TAG) found on the Ohio Board of Regents (OBR) Course Reporting System.