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Arts and Sciences Division

Dean: Heather Woodson
Phone: 704.922.6310
Email: woodson.heather@gaston.edu

 

 

 

About the Division

The purpose of the Arts and Sciences Division of Gaston College is to provide quality instructional opportunities in general education for students who intend to transfer to senior institutions and technical and occupational program students. .....

The college transfer program at Gaston College offers courses that are equivalent to those offered during the first two years at four-year institutions. Students who transfer from Gaston College pursue majors such as Architecture, Art, Business Administration, Education, Engineering, English, Fine Arts, Foreign Language, History, Marketing, Mathematics, Music, Pre-Law, Pre-Medicine, Pre-Ministry, Psychology, Science, Social Work, and others. Students may enroll in a 64-65 hour sequence and earn the Associate of Arts Degree, the Associate of Fine Arts Degree, Associate of General Education, Associate of Arts Degree Premajor: Art Education, or the Associate of Science Degree. Alternatively, students may complete a 44-hour Diploma in Arts (DA) or Diploma in Science (DS).

Completing a diploma or associate’s degree at Gaston College before transferring to a four-year university is advantageous. Graduates of Associate in Arts (AA) and Associates in Science (AS) degree programs who have made a C or better in each class will be considered to have fulfilled the institution-wide, general education requirements of UNC schools  and select private colleges in North Carolina and will be admitted as Juniors. Students who have completed the Diploma in Arts or Diploma in Science, also known as the 44-hour general education core, with a C or better in each class will be considered to have fulfilled the institution-wide, general education requirements of UNC schools and select private colleges in North Carolina.

The North Carolina Comprehensive Articulation Agreement (CAA) is a statewide agreement governing the transfer of credits between N.C. community colleges and N.C. public universities. Transfer of credits between North Carolina Community Colleges and select private colleges in the state is governed by The North Carolina Independent Articulation Agreement (ICAA).

The Arts and Sciences Division also includes the Associate of Applied Science Degree in Biotechnology.

Students not interested in pursuing a degree may enroll in courses for personal growth and fulfillment.

For further information regarding the Arts and Sciences Division of study at Gaston College, please contact Sue Gutowski; 704/922-6310; gutowski.sue@gaston.edu.

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