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Start building a strong foundation of professional skills while gaining broader knowledge of the world around you. With Central Online, you can improve your writing, communication, critical-thinking, and computer-related abilities as you learn about a wide range of enriching subjects.
For example, you’ll study broad subject areas like math, history, the humanities, and the natural and social sciences. You’ll even learn about biblical literature. Plus, you’ll get to choose your own elective track.
If you are looking for more job security, a higher salary and better health benefits, consider earning your Associate of Arts degree online at Central Christian College of Kansas.
- 100% online – 1 course at a time!
- Transfer previous college credits to earn your degree faster
- No application fees
- Online program is the exact same one as our on campus program
- Boost your employability while working toward a Bachelor’s
The course is designed to examine the principles and processes of communicating from one culture to another. Emphasis is on domestic and international aspects of cross-cultural communication including how culture shapes values, beliefs, worldviews and behaviors.
This course is designed to help the student identify the diversity of cultures and worldviews in today’s society, develop an ability to assess the cultural systems and acquire an ability to respond to different cultures from a theistic perspective.
Through the course the student will gain applicable tools for self-assessment related to physical well-being and be equipped with the tools necessary to create healthy life patterns.
This course is designed to provide an interactive environment for learning the fundamental functions of the most popular commercial applications software, including word processing, spreadsheet, database management, and presentations. This course meets the need of future business people, managers, and a generally well-informed using public.
This course acquaints students with the technical aspects of online learning as well as expectations for college level academic work. Topics covered include computer formatting skills for written work, how to navigate the Dialog Learning Management System, utilizing MS Word, as well as Internet and Database searches for academic research. Online reading and video materials provide student knowledge of what is critical thinking and apply this learning to reflect deeper levels in their weekly assignments. An objective assessment completed in the first week and studied in depth during the third week helps students recognize life stressors, implement time management skills, and improve their outcome for college success.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about the Associate of Arts Program
An Associate of Arts (AA) degree is an undergraduate academic degree that provides graduates with a liberal arts education in a variety of subjects including mathematics, psychology, history and life sciences. This degree can be earned in as little as two years as a college program.
You can study a number of disciplines in the liberal arts, business, and social sciences. A variety of careers across these disciplines become available as well.
Earning an online associate of arts degree also serves as a next step for earning a bachelor’s degree. Ultimately, an AA degree is valuable because it provides the opportunity to make more money and pursue more careers.
(You may have the option to use the credits from your associate degree toward a bachelor’s degree via an articulation agreement.)
To enroll in an associate of arts online degree you need a high school diploma or a GED. Additionally, you will need to fill out an application, which may include some or all of the following:
- Basic applicant info (name, address, country of residence, etc.)
- Personal essay (or essays) responding to one or more prompts
- An application fee (some schools may waive this)
- Letters of recommendation from teachers, managers, or others who can speak about your experience and potential
What makes the Associate of Arts degree ideal is that it can be earned in a two-year college program and can be used as a springboard into a variety of career fields.
You can become a:
- Preschool teacher
- Engineering technician
- Industrial designer
- Accounting clerk
- Human resources manager
- Administrative assistant
- And many more!
According to Payscale, you can earn salary ranges of $30,000 to $100,000 or more with an Associate of Arts degree.
Many employers find employees with Associate of Arts degrees to be ideal choices because these employees have the required education to make a difference on the job immediately. In addition, employees with Associate of Arts degrees prove ready and eager to learn even more hands-on skills from their managers in their organization.
- The Associate of Arts online degree program offers a number of tracks, including:
- Healthcare Management
- Business Management
- You can also earn your Associate of Arts in Criminal Justice.
If you want to earn a bachelor’s degree eventually, an online associate of arts program is a good interim goal or immediate step to help you get closer to meeting that goal.
Consider a call with an enrollment advisor to discuss your:
- Transfer credit options
- Online, hybrid, or in-person classes
- Student support systems
- Flexibility of coursework
- Part-time or full-time
- Campus and faculty culture
- Financial aid options
Yes. Central Christian College of Kansas Online allows you to transfer a maximum of 90 credits toward your associate’s or bachelor’s program. This generous policy means:
- You spend less time on general education courses
- You complete your degree more quickly
- You save money based on the number of units you transfer over
An online Associate of Arts degree can be completed in 2.5 years or less, with transfer credits, and 4 classes per semester.
- Central’s tuition is competitive at $425 per credit hour.
- Central allows up to 90 transfer credits (transfer credits determined on a case-by-case basis), so your program may take less time and tuition can vary greatly.
- 97% of our students receive some form of financial aid.