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Associate Degree Chart with Major Articulation Sheets

Click to go to Associate Degree for TransferUpon completion of the prescribed requirements by the California Community College System and the Board of Trustees of Citrus College, a student will be granted an associate degree.

Citrus College offers both associate in arts and associate in science degrees, which are two-year degrees. A graduation application must be filed through the Counseling Department. Completion of an associate degree may not satisfy all transfer general education and major requirements.

Students are highly encouraged to meet with a counselor to develop a Student Educational Plan (S.E.P.) best suited for their transfer institution and intended major.

For further information regarding courses needed for an associate degree, please consult with an educational advisor or counselor, (626) 914-8530.

If you have questions or find any inaccuracies, please contact the Articulation Officer at (626) 914-8637 or via email at mplug@citruscollege.edu

 

 TRADITIONAL ASSOCIATE DEGREES


Programs of Study leading to an
ASSOCIATE IN ARTS Degree
with links to major articulation sheets
Programs of Study leading to an
ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE Degree
with links to major articulation sheets
English Literature
Fine and Performing Arts
Language Arts
Liberal Arts with areas of emphasis
· Arts, Humanities and Communication
· Business Technology
· Math and Science
· Social and Behavioral Sciences
Music
Social and Behavioral Sciences
Theatre Arts
Theatre Arts - Acting Emphasis

Administration of Justice
Automotive Technology
Biological and Physical Science (and Mathematics)
Biological Science
Business
Child Development
Cosmetology
Dental Assisting
Digital and Web Design
Drafting and Design Technology
Emergency Management Homeland Security
Kinesiology (formerly Physical Education)
Medium and Heavy Diesel Truck Technology
Photography
Public Works

Recording Technology
Registered Nursing
Vocational Nursing
Water Technology


Major Articulation Sheets help the student explore requirements for the major (or majors) being considered. Since requirements for a major may vary from college to college, a counselor can help determine the best plan to meet a student's educational goals.

 

 ASSOCIATE for TRANSFER DEGREES

 

Programs Leading to an
ASSOCIATE IN ARTS for Transfer Degree
Programs Leading to an
ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE for Transfer Degree
Communication Studies
Elementary Education 
English 
History 
Journalism
Kinesiology 
Political Science 
Psychology
Sociology
Theatre Arts 
Administration of Justice
Business 
Early Childhood Education
Mathematics
Physics 

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