MULTIPLE ASSOCIATE DEGREES OR CONCURRENT MAJORS
The Associate of Arts degree (AA) is intended to provide a broad-based education. Therefore, it includes no major specialty, and students may earn only one AA degree.
Associate degree-seeking students may graduate (during the same semester) with two degrees provided they have applied to and been accepted in both degree programs. (An Associate of Applied Science and Associate of Arts is an example.)
Students must submit a separate application for admission for each degree they expect to receive. Admission forms are available from the Admissions office in Campus or Enrollment Services or from the KPC website.
Students seeking a second associate degree must be admitted to the program and must complete the General University Requirements for that degree and the degree requirements for both programs, and at least 12 resident credits beyond the total number of credits required for the primary degree. Students seeking both an associate degree and a baccalaureate degree must be admitted to both programs (or have completed one program) and must complete the General University Requirements and degree-specific requirements of both degrees.
Students must satisfy the catalog requirements in effect at the time of acceptance into the degree program(s) or the catalog requirements in effect at the time of graduation.