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AA Liberal Arts

Associate of Arts - Liberal Arts (60-61 credits)

The Associate of Arts Degree in Liberal Arts is designed to provide the first two years of study for the student who plans to pursue a Bachelor's Degree in a liberal arts filed. Upon completion of the degree, a student should have broad introductory courses to satisfy the General Education requirements of most four-year institution and be accepted into the academic department of his or her choice. The core curriculum requires once course chosen from any of the lower division non-English Language offerings of the Departments of Linguistics, Spanish and Portuguese, and Foreign Languages and Literature. Students whose native language is not English are effectively exempt from the this requirement, even if their native language is not offered at the University of New Mexico.

GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS (51-52):

Communications (9):
For required courses, refer to the UNM Core Curriculum

Mathematics (6)
For required courses, refer to the UNM Core Curriculum

Physical and Natural Sciences (7-8)
For required courses, refer to the UNM Core Curriculum

Social and Behavioral Sciences (9)
For required courses, refer to the UNM Core Curriculum

Humanities (9)
For required courses, refer to the UNM Core Curriculum

Fine Arts (6)
For required courses, refer to the UNM Core Curriculum

Second Language (3)
For required courses, refer to the UNM Core Curriculum

Health/Physical Education (2)

GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVES (8-9)

The remaining 8-9 credits may be selected as "General Electives" from any academic field, ideally in the student's planned major or minor. To complete a total of at least 60 credit hours. No technical courses are acceptable for any category in this degree. Courses taken in the University Honors Program may, with the approval of the Chair of the Behavioral and Social Sciences Department, be counted toward the requirements in fields for which course content is clearly appropriate. The question of appropriateness is determined by the Chair.

FOR SUGGESTED COURSE SEQUENCING:

Recommended Course Sequence for Full-time Students (Part-time Students should see an Academic Advisor to customize their educational plan)

AA Liberal Arts

Contact Division / Faculty:

Arts and Sciences Division: (505) 863-7572.

Kenneth Roberts,Professor/Fine Arts, Arts & Letters
Phone: (505) 863-7619 - Room: GH 2210P - Email: krrobert@unm.edu

Dr. Gloria Dyc,Regents Professor of English
Phone: (505) 863-7566 - Room: GH 2210P - Email: gdyc@unm.edu

Pamela Stovall,Assoc. Professor, Communications
Phone: (505) 863-7574 - Room: GH B213 - Email: pstovall@unm.edu

John Zimmerman,Assistant Professor, Art Gallery Coordinator
Phone: (505) 863-7774 - Room: GH 1232 - Email: jzimm58@unm.edu

Teresa Wilkins,Professor, Anthropology
Phone: (505) 863-7719 - Room: GH 2210N - Email: twilkins@unm.edu

Robin Lasiloo,Instructor, Design and Digital Media
Phone: (505) 863-7539 - Room: CH 204A - Email: rlasiloo@unm.edu

Joe H. Kee, Jr.,Assistant Professor, Navajo
Phone: (505) 863-7594 - Room: GH 2210 - Email: jkee01@unm.edu

Robert Hoffman,Assistant Professor, English
Phone: (505) 863-7539 - Room: GH 2210P - Email: hoffman@unm.edu

Robert Galin,Assistant Professor, English
Phone: (505) 726-5313 - Room: GH 2210B - Email: rgalin@unm.edu

Yi-Wen Huang,Assistant Professor, English
Phone: (505) 863-7753 - Room: GH 2210E - Email: yhuang75@unm.edu