Associate Degree in General Studies(Humanities)

Associate Degree in General Studies(Humanities)

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Last Update September 16, 2022
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About This Course

Two-Year Associate Degree in:
  • Criminal Justice (Both Campuses)
  • General Studies (Humanities) with concentration in any three of the following (Grand Turk Campus):
    • Economics,
    • Politics,
    • Law,
    • Sociology
  • Social Work (Both Campuses)
Structure

The Bachelor’s Degrees Programme in Humanities & Liberal Studies is a more general flexible programme which provides the opportunity for students to choose a range of courses that meet their academic needs and interests as well as meeting the demands of the work place in the society

Certification

The Bachelor’s Degrees Programme in Humanities & Liberal Studies is a local program offered by Turks and Caicos Islands Community College.

Learning Outcomes
  • Over 37 lectures and 55.5 hours of content!
  • Testing Training Included.
  • Practical assignments at the end of every session.
  • Practical learning experience with live project work and examples.

Learning Objectives

This programme is designed to enable both the GCE A Level, CXC CAPE and non-GCE. A level students to obtain an Associate Degree in General Studies, with a combination of courses that will cater to the particular needs and interests of the students. Students must pursue THREE areas of concentration and along with the General Education requirements to satisfy the Associate Degree requirements.

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