Credit Hours Required: 64
The Associate of Arts in Fine Arts degree requires completion of 64 credit hours. This degree is designed to enable a student to transfer to a baccalaureate-granting institution. Students following this degree program will complete university-parallel requirements in general education that will fulfill all lower division general education requirements at the Arizona universities. The AAFA degree will also allow students to declare a concentration in Art, Music or Performing Arts. This degree outline provides the list of fine art concentration core requirements and elective options.
Students preparing to transfer to an upper-division baccalaureate degree program should contact an advisor in the major field of study at the transfer institution in addition to meeting regularly with a faculty advisor and/or an academic advisor at Yavapai College.
Regular advisement is important to build an educational plan and ensure transferability of general education, elective, and major courses.
Note: The Arizona General Education Curriculum (AGEC-A) is embedded in the Associate of Arts in Fine Arts degree. Upon completion of all 35 credit hours (including the Special Requirements) of the AGEC with a grade of “C” or higher, the student will receive recognition of completion on the transcript and guaranteed transferability of the AGEC upon admission to one of the state universities in Arizona.
Students must complete a course from each of the following AGEC Special Awareness areas:
- Intensive Writing/Critical Inquiry (IWR)
- Ethnic/Race/Gender (ERG) Awareness
- Global/International or Historical (GIH) Awareness