Build your own program with a mix of arts, sciences and humanities courses in the Associate of Arts degree program at CapU.
This 60-credit credential provides a foundation in a range of academic disciplines, critical thinking, writing and research skills.
In addition to required coursework in English, Science and Arts, you'll have the freedom to select from first- and second-year courses across every faculty at CapU.
Your choices can include everything from mathematics and computing science, to business, creative and performing arts, the social sciences or humanities.
After completing your associate's degree, you can ladder your credits into many bachelor's degree programs at CapU, including the Bachelor of Arts with a Major in Interdisciplinary Studies, the Bachelor of Arts with a Major in Psychology and many more.