Proposed Degree Requirements
The associate in general studies (AGS) degree is a non-transferable degree program that is tailored to meet the needs and interests of the individual student. Both transfer and career education courses may be used to fulfill the requirements for this alternate degree program. The AGS degree is designed for the student who chooses to pursue a broad spectrum of interest. While not intended to be a transfer degree, the AGS degree is designed to enable the student to articulate with the Board of Trustee’s baccalaureate degree program, bachelor of general studies; bachelor of general education and liberal studies degree program at participating Illinois four-year colleges and universities.
The specific requirements for the AGS non-transferable degree is proposed as follows:
|1. Communications||6 hours|
|2. Social or Behavioral Sciences||3 hours|
|3. Humanities or Fine Arts||3 hours|
|4. Social/Behavioral Sciences or Humanities/Fine Arts||3 hours|
|5. Life or Physical Science or Math||6 hours|
|6. DACC Degree Requirement - Success in College||1 hour|
|7. Electives||38 hours|
D. A minimum of 15 semester hours in course work must be achieved at Danville Area Community College, excluding CLEP and proficiency credits.
E. Complete all DACC graduation requirements including the CAAP Post Testing.
F. Student(s) pursuing two or more degrees at DACC must complete an additional 24 hours for each degree.