Programs (including Degrees)

Degrees - In Alphabetical order

AAS - Associate in Applied Science | AA - Associate in Arts | AFA - Associate in Fine Arts
AGE - Associate in General Education | AS - Associate in Science

NOTE: Degrees with ++, Diploma and /or Certificate option(s) are also available

** Diploma and/or Certificate program only


Degrees by Type: AAS, AA, AFA, AGE or AA

  • Applied Science Programs (including Degrees)

  • Associate in Arts

    Program Description

    This 64-65 semester hour degree program is designed for students who plan to transfer to a college or university to complete a Bachelor of Arts degree. The Associate in Arts (AA) degree emphasizes the liberal arts.

    Information

    A 44-semester hour general education core develops a solid foundation in English, fine arts/humanities, social/behavioral sciences, mathematics, and natural sciences.

    20-21 semester hours of electives allow individuals to explore a variety of discipline areas or to focus on one discipline in depth.

    The core diploma of this degree, the 44-hour general education core plus ACA 111 or ACA 122, fulfills North Carolina university-system Basic Studies requirements.

    15 pre-majors within the degree prepare for specific university majors.

    Associate in Arts Degree Plan and AA Pre-Major Degree Plans

    Associate in Arts Degree Plan (A10100)

    Pre-Majors

    Art Education Pre-Major (A1010A)

    Business Administration, Accounting, Economics, Finance, & Marketing Pre-Major (A1010B)

    Communications/Communications Studies Pre-Major (A1010O)

    Computer Science Pre-Major (A1010T)

    Criminal Justice Pre-Major (A1010D)

    Elementary Education Pre-Major (A1010R) | (A1010R) - Corollary Studies

    English Pre-Major (A1010E)

    History Pre-Major (A1010H)

    Middle Grades Education Pre-Major (A1011A)

    Physical Education Pre-Major (A1010J)

    Psychology Pre-Major (A1010L)

    Social Work Pre-Major (A1010Q)

    Sociology Pre-Major (A1010N)

    Special Education Pre-Major (A1010Z)

  • Associate in Fine Arts

    Program Description

    This 64-65 semester hour degree program is designed for students who plan to transfer to a college or university to complete a Bachelor in Arts (BA) degree with a major in art or music, a Bachelor in Fine Arts (BFA) degree in art or music, or a Bachelor in Music (BM) degree. The AFA offers a concentration in Art or Music.

    Information

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    The AFA degree is also a great choice for persons who want training in art or music with no plan to transfer to a baccalaureate institution.

    A 28-semester hour general education core develops a foundation in English, fine arts/humanities, social/behavioral sciences, mathematics, and natural sciences.

    36-37 semester hours of elective courses provide in-depth study of art or music.

    Degree Requirements

    Associate in Fine Arts - Art Information - (A10200)

    Associate in Fine Arts - Music Information - (A10200)

    Fine Arts Faculty

    Chair, Communication and Fine Arts
    Bettie Hatcher

    Associate in Fine Arts: Art
    Elizabeth Spencer

    Associate in Fine Arts: Music
    Philip Evancho

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    Contact Information

    For more information about Craven Community College's Fine Art program, please contact Elizabeth Spencer (Art) at (252)638-7359 spencere@cravencc.edu or Phil Evancho (Music) at (252)638-7357 evanchop@cravencc.edu or Betty Hatcher (Chair, Communication and Fine Arts) at (252) 638- 3745 hatcherb@cravencc.edu.

  • Associate in General Education

    Program Description

    The Associate in General Education (AGE) is designed to meet the needs of students who are primarily interested in only two years of college. The AGE may also be used by students who need to take specific courses to transfer to a specialized major at a four year college or university.

    The Associate in General Education is not part of the comprehensive Articulation Agreement. However, college transfer courses taken within the Associate in General Education degree will be transferable on a course-by-course basis. A student completing this degree may combine a variety of college transferable general education courses with industrial or service technologies core courses to obtain a two-year degree that is applicable to their specific job or career goal.

    Degree requirements

    Associate in General Education (A10300)

    Advisee Sheet - Associate in General Education Program of Study
  • Associate in Science

    Program Description

    This 64-65 semester hour degree program is designed for students who plan to transfer to a college or university to complete a Bachelor of Science degree. The Associate in Science (AS) degree emphasizes math and natural sciences.

    Information

    A 44 semester hour general education core including English, fine arts/humanities, and social/behavioral sciences while emphasizing mathematics and natural sciences. The core requires 20 semester hours of mathematics and natural science courses.

    20-21 semester hours of math and natural science electives develop depth and breadth in these areas.

    The core diploma of this degree, the 44-hour general education core plus ACA 111 or ACA 122, fulfills North Carolina university-system Basic Studies requirements.

    Four concentrations in the Associate of Science degree prepare students for specific science majors.

    A pre-major within the degree prepares students for engineering degrees.

    Associate in Science Degree Plan and AS Pre-Majors

    Associate in Science - Program of Study Course Listing - A10400

    Associate in Science with a Pre-Major in Engineering

    Craven also partners with North Carolina State University (NCSU) in a 2+2 Engineering Program.

    Engineering Pre-Major/NCSU 2+2 Engineering - (A1040D)

    Select Partnership with NC State University to learn more about the program.

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