Arts, Humanities and Communication
Love the arts? Enjoy studying history? Have a passion for social justice? The Associate of Arts pathway parallels the first two years of a Bachelor of Arts degree in subjects like education, English, communication, fine arts, history, liberal arts, music, pre-law, psychology, sociology and more.
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We encourage you to identify your transfer major and school as soon as possible. If you unsure what you want to major in, you can begin by taking general education courses and decide the details about your major later. Our advisors are here to help.
Edison State’s transfer degrees are your pathway to over 250 bachelor’s degrees at Ohio’s public and private universities, as well as college’s nationwide. Take classes at Edison State for two years and transfer to a four-year university to complete the last two years of a bachelor’s degree. Save money while investing in your future.
Our small class sizes, which average 20 students, and affordable tuition make it easy to launch your bachelor’s degree close to home. We work closely with four-year institutions to keep programs up-to-date and transferable. Edison State’s strong articulation agreements with four-year colleges and universities ensure that the courses you take at Edison State will transfer seamlessly.
Ohio Guaranteed Transfer Pathways ►
The Ohio Guaranteed Transfer Pathways (OGTP) program enables students to streamline credit transfer among the state’s public institutions of higher education to find the best pathways to completing degrees and launching successful careers. The OGTPs are designed to provide a clearer path to degree completion for students pursuing associate degrees who plan to transfer to an Ohio public university and complete their bachelor’s degree. The OGTPs also constitute an agreement between public community colleges and universities, confirming that community college courses meet major preparation requirements and will be counted and applied toward the bachelor’s degree. Find out more at the Ohio Department of Higher Education website.
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