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Liberal Arts – Associate of Arts (AA) or Associate of Science (AS) Degrees

Are you undecided about your career path or perhaps you’re considering a bachelor’s degree?

MPTC proudly offers two new options starting fall 2022:
Associate of Arts (AA) and Associate of Science (AS)

MPTC’s Liberal Arts programs allows you to take general education courses that will help you figure it out. You have the opportunity to complete one of these two programs then seamlessly transfer to a four-year college or university with junior status. There’s also the opportunity to take a semester or two of courses while exploring a career path. Then you can spring board into one of Moraine Park’s applied science associate degrees, such as business, computer science, health, manufacturing, as well as other areas.

It’s all about options for you.

Review each program to help understand which program could be right for you.

The Associate of Science degree offers the general education courses with a greater emphasis on science and mathematics. Graduate with an associate of science degree in Liberal Arts and transfer your credits to a four-year university and pursue a bachelor’s degree.

The AS degree is a good fit for students who may wish to pursue majors in areas such as Chemistry, Engineering, Health Science, or Computer Science. These are just a few examples.

Interested students are encouraged to discuss their goals and first steps with a recruiter to ensure the best possible fit.

Click here for the AS Program Curriculum.

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“By starting an education at Moraine Park, students can get their general studies completed for a fraction of the cost, with smaller class sizes, extensive student support, and guaranteed transfer credits to one of our partner schools. The College currently offers a wide variety of other Associate of Applied Sciences (AAS) degrees, Technical Diplomas and certificate opportunities. Adding the liberal arts degree programs will offer a more robust slate of offerings to Moraine Park students and will help guide students who are still undecided on their program of study to simply achieve an associate degree without a specified area of focus.”

Dr. Fred Rice│Associate Vice President of Academics