Blackfeet Community College’s Associate of Arts Degree is for students who are undecided on a major or wish to transfer to a four-year institution to obtain a Bachelor’s degree in Art, English/Writing, History, Literature, or Pre-Law (refer to transfer institution’s suggestions for this course of study), as well as neighboring fields such as social sciences and Native American studies. Throughout the course work an emphasis is placed on critical analysis and applying liberal arts knowledge to address individual and community realities.
Completion of the degree signifies the student has met BCC’s general core and Liberal Arts program requirements. It is the student’s responsibility to check with their transferring institution to see that, as much as possible, their course work meets their transfer institution’s degree requirements.
In summation, our degree learning outcomes are:
To develop critical writing, reading, and thinking skills
To acquire knowledge in liberal arts and related fields
To apply this knowledge critically in the context of living and addressing societal issues on the Blackfeet reservation and larger global community.
To complete the first two years of general study and, if desired, transfer to a four-year institution in junior standing.
The Degree offers concentrations in the following areas: