Associate of Science Degrees
Associate of Science Degrees
The Associate of Science degree (AS) is intended for those students who wish to balance liberal arts education with career-oriented classes. Approximately one-half of the coursework consists of liberal arts or general education credits and one-half comprises career-oriented courses. The primary purpose of this degree is to provide the credentials for a specific career and prepare graduates for admission to a four-year college.
Applied Engineering - Biomedical Device Manufacturing
This 60-credit program will prepare students for a career in Biomedical Device Manufacturing at either a technician level, or advance to an applied engineering level.
Biology Degree & Transfer Pathway
This degree program prepares students for transfer to four-year baccalaureate programs majoring in the Biosciences and related academic tracks such as pre-med and pre-vet.
Business Degree & Transfer Pathway
This program is designed for possible employment at the associate degree level and for transfer to a bachelor’s degree in business, marketing, or management.
Business, Industry & Technology
The program’s interdisciplinary emphasis will address a variety of health topics and perspectives, and will allow students to begin to develop an understanding of personal, public, and community health issues.
This degree program prepares individuals for entry or advancement in the career field of computer network support and administration and also provides the first two years of a bachelor’s degree related to information technology and network administration.
This degree is intended that the degree articulate to the Computer Science program at Metropolitan State University, and the bachelor of arts in Information Technology Management at Concordia University St Paul.
This degree program will allow students with an interest in physical fitness and exercise performance to develop a scientific understanding of the body's response to exercise.
This degree program is designed to be broad and provide a general background for students interested in health sciences but have not yet decided which specific healthcare field they intend to pursue at the upper-division level.
This degree is designed to prepare students for entry-level careers in the field of human resource management while simultaneously priming students for success as they continue their education through a bachelor’s of science degree in Business Administration.
Integrative Health & Healing
The Minnesota Alliance for Nursing Education (MANE) curriculum is designed as a dual enrollment bachelor of science in Nursing degree program with the option to graduate with an associate of science in Nursing Degree after completing 75 credits.
This degree is designed to prepare students for entry level careers in the field while simultaneously priming students for success as they continue their education through a bachelor of science degree in Business Administration.