Arts & Education

Associate of Arts

The Associate of Arts core is designed to give students breadth of knowledge in the liberal arts, to promote critical thinking that is fundamental to higher education, and to allow students to take specific courses in a particular discipline.

Students working toward the Associate of Arts degree will take essential core requirements that will allow them to transfer to a university.

Angelina College offers the Associate of Arts degree to students who complete the general graduation requirements for all degrees, which includes the Associate in Arts degree core requirements and those courses required for the specific academic area.

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Motivated and ready to achieve? Start on your road to success today and complete your core curriculum in an individualized learning environment.

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Earn an Associate Degree

Invest in yourself while studying under our highly-educated faculty and staff. Pursue a degree in one or more of our 18 academic areas.

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College Catalog

From music and drama to journalism and government, Angelina College has a wide variety of programs to fit your wants and needs. Visit our College Catalog for more information.

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Our general studies degree is housed in the School of Arts and Education and has a variety of Pathways based on your areas of interest. Electives have been chosen by faculty based on what you want to do, what you like to study, and where you want to go long-term. Click the General Studies header to see our pathways in action!

Students complete core requirements to transfer to a University. Please see a Success Coach for advising to complete a degree and explore transfer opportunities. As a Roadrunner, you can transfer to a university with the confidence of knowing you have completed core curriculum while gaining a quality education.

The Associate of Arts teaching degree is designed for students who plan to transfer to a four-year college or university to pursue a Bachelor’s degree. 

Angelina College offers courses in art, graphic arts, music, theatre, sound recording technology, and film production. 

Click the Visual and Performing Arts header to see the Pathways available and learn more about the programs.