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Associate in Science in Business

The Associate in Science in Business is a 66-credit degree program that offers a balance of business and liberal arts courses. The program offers students required courses along with the chance to select, with an academic advisor, courses in which they have particular interest. Requirements include one two-credit internship.

A GPA of 2.0 is required to earn an Associate degree.

Students may either finish their college studies with the Associate degree or continue their studies in a Bachelor degree program.

Program of Study

ACC 175 Financial Accounting 3 cr.
ACC 185 Managerial Accounting 3 cr.
ART 102 Visual Art and Cultural Values II: Early Fourteenth Century to the Present (Aesthetic Awareness & Creative Expression Course) 3 cr.
BIO 130/130L  Principles of Ecology and Lab (Science and Technology Course) 4 cr. 
BUS 110  Business Computers I 3 cr.
BUS 120 Business Fundamentals I 3 cr.
BUS 121 Business Fundamentals II 3 cr. 
BUS 200 Marketing 3 cr.
BUS 210 Finance 3 cr.
ECN 201 Macroeconomics 3 cr.
ECN 202 Microeconomics 3 cr.
ENG 111 Critical Reading and Writing I 3 cr.
ENG 112 Critical Reading and Writing II 3 cr.
ENG 102 Introduction to Literature (Literary Perspectives Course) 3 cr. 
ENG 103 Speech 3 cr.
INT 200 Internship II 2 cr.
MTH 126 Applied Statistics (Quantitative Reasoning Course 3 cr.
PHL 104 Ethics (Values and Ethical Reasoning Course) 3 cr.
PSY 100 General Psychology (Individual and Society Course) 3 cr.
  World Cultures Course 3 cr.
  Global Issues Course 3 cr.
  Open Elective 3 cr. 
Total Degree Requirements 66 cr. 

Associate in Arts in Liberal Studies

The Associate in Arts in Liberal Studies is a 676-credit degree program that offers a distribution of liberal arts courses.

The program offers students required courses along with the chance to select, with an academic advisor, courses in which they have a special interest. Requirements include one two-credit internship.

A GPA of 2.0 is required to earn an Associate degree.

Students may either finish their college studies with the Associate degree or continue their studies in a Bachelor degree program.

Program of Study

ART 102

Visual and Cultural Values II: Early Fourteenth Century to the Present (Aesthetic Awareness & Creative Expression Course)

3 cr.
BIO 130/130L Principles of Ecology and Lab (Science & Technology Course) 4 cr.
ENG 111 Critical Reading and Writing I 3 cr.
ENG 112 Critical Reading and Writing II 3 cr.
ENG 102 Introduction to Literature (Literary Perspectives Course) 3 cr. 
ENG 103 Speech 3 cr.
INT 200 Internship II 2  cr. 
PSY 100 General Psychology (Individual & Society Course) 3 cr.
PHL 104 Ethics 3 cr.
  World Cultures Course 3 cr.
  Quantitative Reasoning Course 3 cr.
  Global Issues Course
3 cr.
  Concentration Electives (2 each in 2 areas) 12 cr.
  Open Electives 18 cr. 
Total Degree Requirements 66 cr.

Associate in Arts in Liberal Studies, with a Concentration in Communication

The Associate in Arts in Liberal Studies with a concentration in Communication is a 66-credit degree program that combines a strong liberal arts program with selected communication courses.

The program offers students required courses along with the chance to select, with an academic advisor, courses in which
they have a special interest. Requirements include one two-credit internship.

A GPA of 2.0 is required to earn an Associate degree.

Students may either finish their college studies with the Associate degree or continue their studies in a Bachelor degree program.

Program of Study

ART 102

Visual Art and Cultural Values II: Early Fourteenth Century to the Present (Aesthetic Awareness & Creative Expression Course)

3 cr.
BIO 130/130L Principles of Ecology and Lab (Science & Technology Course) 4 cr.
BUS 121 Business Fundamentals II 3 cr.
BUS 300 Marketing 3 cr.
CMM 103 Advertising Fundamentals 3 cr.
CMM 106 Media and Culture I 3 cr.
CMM 107 Media and Culture II 3 cr.
CMM 203 Public Relations 3 cr.
CMM 306 Social Impact of the Media 3 cr.
ENG 111 Critical Reading and Writing I 3 cr.
ENG 112 Critical Reading and Writing II 3 cr.
ENG 102 Introduction to Literature (Literary Perspectives Course) 3 cr.
ENG 103 Speech 3 cr.
INT 200 Internship II 2 cr.
PHL 104 Ethics (Values & Ethical Reasoning Course) 3 cr.
PSY 100 General Psychology (Individual and Society Course) 3 cr.
  World Cultures Course 3 cr.
  Quantitative Reasoning Course 3 cr.
  Global Issues Course 3 cr.
  Open Electives 8 cr.
Total Degree Requirements 66 cr.

Associate in Arts in Liberal Studies, with a Concentration in Fine Arts

The Associate in Arts Degree in Liberal Studies with a concentration in Fine Arts is a 66-credit degree program that combines a strong liberal arts program with selected Studio and Fine Art courses.

The program offers students required courses along with the chance to select, with an academic advisor, courses in which they have a special interest. Requirements include one two-credit internship.

A GPA of 2.0 is required to earn an Associate degree.

Students may either finish their college studies with the Associate degree or continue their studies in a Bachelor degree program.

The Associate in Arts Degree in Liberal Studies, with a Concentration in Fine Art is based on the premise that a working artist in our times has to be a well-rounded person and must go beyond intellectual and conceptual concerns to address advanced technical training. The Program will guide students to succeed at the highest level of creative professionalism, combining the traditional atelier approach in the studio classes within the academic rigor.

The program provides students with historical and aesthetic knowledge, perceptual and conceptual abilities, technical skills, and humanistic perspectives necessary for a successful career as a professional in the arts. Applied learning is a key component of the program as well as the student’s involvement in the art world.

Final Semester Portfolio

In addition, all students must present a professional portfolio at the end of the Semester to be reviewed by the professors and an outside examiner, a person from the professional world, who will evaluate the student´s work together. A selection of pieces from the students’ portfolios will be chosen for an End of the Semester Art Show at a working gallery in Madrid.

Travel

Once a Semester there is a hands on study trip to a mayor city in Europe to study at some of the mayor museums in that city. This trip will complement regular visits to the Prado Museum, Museo Reina Sofia, Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza and other galleries in Madrid throughout the Semester. Students will be asked to keep a detailed journal of the trip and visits to be evaluated by the Faculty.

Round Tables of Critiques

Student work round tables will be held periodically to establish a constructive dialog between Faculty and students and external guests.

Associate in Liberal Arts with a concentration in Fine Arts
Endicott College, Beverly, Massachusetts
College for International Studies, Madrid, Spain

Program of Study

ART 102         Visual Art and Cultural Values II: Early Fourteenth Century to the Present (Aesthetic Awareness & Creative Expression) 3 cr.
ENG 111 Critical Reading and Writing I 3 cr. 
ENG 112 Critical Reading and Writing II 3 cr.
ENG 102 Introduction to Literature (Literary Perspectives Course) 3 cr.
ENG 103 Speech 3 cr.
BIO 130/130L  Principles of Ecology and Lab (Science & Technology Course) 4 cr.
PSY 100 General Psychology (Individual & Society Course) 3 cr.
PHL 104 Ethics (Values & Ethical Reasoning Course) 3 cr.
INT 200 Internship II 2 cr.
ART 101 Visual Art and Cultural Values I: Prehistory - c. 1310 3 cr.
ART 105 Drawing and Composition I 3 cr.
ART 106 Drawing and Composition II 3 cr.
ART 115 Two Dimensional Design 3 cr.
ART 201 Painting I 3 cr.
ART 202 Painting II 3 cr.
ART 207 Color Theory and Light 3 cr.
ART 241 Figure Drawing: Anatomy for Artists 3 cr.
  Global Issues Course 3 cr.
  Quantitative Reasoning  3 cr.

World Cultures Course 3 cr.
  Open Electives 6 cr.
Total Degree Requirements  66 cr.

 

Learning Outcomes

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