Online Degrees

The following degrees can be earned 100% online. Below are the current checklists for each degree.

Associate of Arts in  Liberal Arts (AALA)

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The Associate of Arts in Liberal Arts (AALA) is designed for students who wish to complete the first two years of a baccalaureate program before transferring to a four-year institution. Students who know where they will transfer and what their major will be should be able to plan their degree, with the help of an ASU-Beebe advisor, to maximize transfer.  Even students who are uncertain of their transfer institution and/or major, the AALA guarantees that the general education core is satisfied at Arkansas 4-year institutions.

Courses may be used to both satisfy the elective requirements of the AALA and provide a foundation to prepare the student for a bachelor’s degree program.  ASU-Beebe is not authorized to award an Associate of Arts-Liberal Arts degree with a specific area of emphasis.  Only the listing of Associate of Arts will appear on the transcript and diploma.

All electives must be chosen by the state-mandated directed electives list.  Students preferring a broader range of elective opportunities should choose the Associate of Science in Liberal Arts and Sciences.

UNIV 1003 Principles of Academic Success
ENG 1003 Freshman English I

MATH

1023

College Algebra OR MATH 1043 Quantitative Literacy

HIST/POSC

XXX3

HIST 2763 U.S. to 1876 OR HIST 2773 U.S. since 1876 OR POSC 2103 Intro to U.S.Gov

CIS 1503 Microcomputer Applications I
PE 0001 Concepts of Fitness or other Physical Education Class ( 1 credit hour required)
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ENG 1013  Freshman English II

HIST

1013

World Civilization to 1660 OR HIST 1023 World Civilization since 1660

XXXX  XXX3 Social Science Elective (HIST, POSC, ECON, PSY, GEOG)
XXXX XXX3 Elective (3 Credit hour elective)
BIOL XXX4 Life Science Course from Life Science List
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ENG 2003 World Literature I
SPCH 1203 Oral Communications
XXXX  XXX3 Elective (3 Credit Hour Elective)
XXXX XXX3 Elective (3 Credit Hour Elective)
PHSC XXX4 Physical Science Course from Physical Science List
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ART/HUM XXX3  FA Visual 2503; Musical 2503; Theater 2503; Film 2513; Humanities I 2003; or Humanities II 2013
ENG 2013 World Literature II
XXXX  XXX3 Social Science Elective (3 Credit Hour Elective)
XXXX XXX3 Elective (3 Credit Hour Elective)
XXXX XXX3 Elective (3 Credit Hour Elective)
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Associate of Science in Liberal Arts and Sciences (ASLAS)

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The Associate of Science in Liberal Arts and Sciences (ASLAS) degree is designed for students who wish to complete the first two years of a four-year program with specific transfer requirements before transferring to a four-year university. Students who know where they will transfer and what their major will be should be able to plan their degree, with the help of an ASU-Beebe advisor, to maximize transfer.

Under Arkansas Act 747 of 2011, all associate of arts and associate of science degrees will transfer to all state-supported universities.  Furthermore, these degrees will satisfy the general education core requirements as determined by the Arkansas Department of Higher Education Coordinating Board.  In some core areas, such as Mathematics, higher-level courses may be required as a pre-requisite at the four-year institution.  For students pursuing an Associate of Science in Liberal Arts and Sciences, it is important to know as soon as possible to which university they intend to transfer.  In this way, the ASU-Beebe advisor can assist the student into courses that maximize transfer hours.

The ASLAS offers greater flexibility for students, who choose, in consult with their academic advisor, 25 elective hours to complete the degree. 

ASU-Beebe is not authorized to award an ASLAS degree with a specific area of emphasis.  Courses may be used to satisfy the elective requirements of the ASLAS degree and provide a foundation to prepare the student for a Bachelor’s degree program. The diploma will read Associate of Science in Liberal Arts and Sciences.

UNIV 1003 Principles of Academic Success
ENG 1003 Freshman English I

MATH

XXX3

MATH 1023 College Algebra OR
MATH 1043 Quantitative Literacy

HIST
POSC

XXX3

HIST 2763 U.S. to 1876 OR 
HIST 2773 U.S. since 1876 OR 
POSC 2103 Intro to U.S.Gov

XXXX XXX3 Elective (3 Credit hour elective)
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ENG 1013  Freshman English II

HIST

XXX3

HIST 1013 World Civilization to 1660 OR 
HIST 1023 World Civilization since 1660

XXXX  XXX3 Elective (3 Credit hour elective)
XXXX XXX3 Elective (3 Credit hour elective)
BIOL
BOT
ZOOL
XXX4 BIOL 1004 Biology for General Education OR 
BIOL 1014 Principles of Biology OR
BIOL 2024 Ecology OR
BIOL 2104 Microbiology OR 
BOT 1104 General Botany OR 
ZOOL 1014 Basic Human Anatomy & Physiology OR 
ZOOL 1304 General Zoology I OR 
ZOOL 1314 General Zoology II OR
ZOOL 2004 Human Anatomy & Physiology I OR
ZOOL 2014 Human Anatomy & Physiology II
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ENG XXX3 ENG 2003 World Literature I OR 
ENG 2013 World Literature II
SPCH 1203 Oral Communications
HIST
POSC
GEOG
SOC
PSY 
XXX3 HIST 2763 The U.S. to 1876 OR
HIST 2773 The U.S. since 1876 OR
POSC 2103 Introduction to U.S. Government OR
GEOG 2613 Introduction to Geography OR
GEOG 2603 World Regional Geography OR
SOC 2213 Principles of Sociology OR
PSY 2013 Introduction to Psychology
XXXX XXX3 Elective (3 Credit Hour Elective)
CHEM
ESCI
PHSC
PHYS
XXX4 CHEM 1014 General Chemistry I OR 
CHEM 1024 General Chemistry II OR 
CHEM 1034 Intro to Organic and Biochemistry OR 
CHEM 2104 Organic Chemistry I OR
CHEM 2114 Organic Chemistry II OR
ESCI 1004 Intro to Environmental Science OR
PHSC 1204 Physical Science  OR 
PHSC 1304 Earth Science OR
PHYS 1014 Applied Physics for Health Science OR
PHYS 2054 General Physics I OR
PHYS 2064 General Physics II OR
PHYS 2074 University Physics I OR
PHYS 2084 University Physics II
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ART
MUS
THEA
HUM
XXX3 ART 2503 FA Visual OR 
MUS 2503 FA Musical OR 
THEA 2503 FA Theater OR 
THEA 2513 FA Film OR 
HUM 2003 Intro to Humanities I OR 
HUM 2013 Intro to Humanities II 
XXXX XXX3 Elective (3 Credit Hour Elective)
XXXX  XXX3 Elective (3 Credit Hour Elective)
XXXX XXX3 Elective (3 Credit Hour Elective)
XXXX XXX3 Elective (3 Credit Hour Elective)
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Associate of Science in Business

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The academic advisor can provide assistance in selecting courses which apply toward a bachelor's degree in accounting, administrative services, business education, business administration, economics, finance, management, marketing, computer information systems, or other business-related areas. For those students who wish to satisfy specific vocational or personal objectives, an individualized course of study may be planned with the assistance of an academic advisor.


UNIV 1003 Principles of Academic Success
ENG 1003 Freshman English I

MATH

1023

College Algebra

HIST

XXX3

HIST 1013 World Civilization to or Since 1660

CIS 1503 Microcomputer Applications I
ARTS 2503 Fine Arts Visual, Musical or Theater
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ENG 1013  Freshman English II

SPCH

1203

Oral Communications

SOC  2213 Principles of Sociology
HIST/POSC XXX3 US History to or Since 1876 or Intro to US Government
BIOL 1004 Biology for General Education
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ENG XXX3 World Literature I or II
*PHSC 1204 Physical Science
ACCT  2003 Principles of Accounting I
ECON 2313 Principles of Macroeconomics
BUS 2113 Business Statistics
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ACCT 2013 Principles of Accounting II
ECON 2323 Principles of Microeconomics
LAW  2023 The Legal Environment of Business
MATH 2143 Calculus with Business Applications
BUS/BSYS XXX3 Introduction to Business OR Business Communication

*choose from approved list of Life Science and Physical Science courses
**Courses taken in accordance to transfer institution preference
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Associate of Science in Computer Information Systems (AS-CIS)

Associate of Science in Criminal Justice (AS-CJ)

Associate of Science in Education (ASE)

Associate of Applied Science Criminal Justice (AAS–CJ)

Associate of Applied Science in Early Childhood Education (AAS-Day Care)

Associate of General Studies

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The Associate of General Studies (AGS) degree is designed for students who are working and need a degree and specific skills for their current job or a job upgrade. Students should work closely with their advisor to determine the appropriate electives to take for this degree. The AGS is not intended to be a transfer degree, although many of the classes are transferable. Students interested in a transfer degree should use the Associate of Arts in Liberal Arts degree plan.  Students must have a 2.00 cumulative grade point average or better and must complete at least 15 hours at ASU-Beebe to graduate.

UNIV 1003 Principles of Academic Success
ENG 1003 Freshman English I

MATH

1023

College Algebra (OR higher)

CIS 1503 Microcomputer Applications I
XXXX 0003 Directed Elective Choose One Course from CIS, ACCT, ECON, PSY
XXXX 0003 Elective (3 Credit hour Elective)
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ENG 1013  Freshman English II (or ENG 1033 Technical Writing & Communication)

SPCH

1203

Oral Communication (or BSYS 2563 Business Communications)

XXXX  XXX3 Elective (3 Credit hour Elective)
XXXX XXX3 Elective (3 Credit hour Elective)
XXXX XXX3 Elective (3 Credit hour Elective)
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XXXX 0004 Science and Lab Course
XXXX 0003 Choose one course from: ART, ENG, HUM, MUS, or THEA
XXXX  XXX3 HIST 2763/2773 / POSC 2103 / PSY 2013
XXXX XXX3 Elective (3 Credit Hour Elective)
XXXX 0001 Physical Education (1 Credit Hour Elective)
XXXX XXX1 Physical Education (1 Credit Hour required for the degree)
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XXXX XXX3 Elective (3 Credit Hour Elective)
XXXX XXX3 Elective (3 Credit Hour Elective)
XXXX  XXX3 Elective (3 Credit Hour Elective)
XXXX XXX3 Elective (3 Credit Hour Elective)
XXXX XXX3 Elective (3 Credit Hour Elective)
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Certificate of General Studies

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UNIV 1001 Principles of Academic Success
ENG 1003 Freshman English I

MATH

1043

 Quantitative Literacy

HIST/POSC

XXX3

HIST 2763 U.S. to 1876 OR HIST 2773 U.S. since 1876 OR POSC 2103 Intro to U.S.Gov

SPCH 1203 Oral Communications
XXXX XXX4 Lab Science  Course (4 credit hour course)
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ENG 1013  Freshman English II

SOC/PSY

2213/2013

SOC 2213 Principles of Sociology or PSY 2013 Introduction to Pshycology

CIS 1503 Microcomputer Applications I
XXXX XXX3 Social Science Elective (3 Credit hour elective)
XXXX XXX3 Choose one 3 credit hour course from ENG 2003, ENG 2013, ART 2503, MUS 2503, THEA 2503, HUM 2003 or HUM 2013
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To speak with someone regarding the AALA, ASLA, AGS, ASE, AAS-Day Care, or CGS, contact the Advising Resource Office at 501.882.8937. Hours: Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

To speak with someone regarding the AS-Business or AS-CIS contact the Business and Agriculture departments at 501.882.8813. Hours: Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

To speak with someone regarding the AS-CJ AAS-CJ contact the Criminal Justice advisors: Dr. Dawn Phillips, 501.882.8877, ddphillips@asub.edu, or Dr. Doug Larkins 501.882.4473, drlarkins@asub.edu.

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