Business, Arts and Sciences


Business, Arts and Sciences


The Alamance Community College Arts and Sciences program is part of the Business, Arts and Sciences Division. This program endeavors to improve students’ knowledge level and skills in general education and work force preparedness by giving students the interpersonal, analytical, communicative, computational and reasoning skills needed to meet their educational goals.

Programs of Study – University Transfer Degrees

Associate in Arts
Associate in Science
Spanish Language Certificate

Distance Learning

Many Arts and Sciences courses  are available in either online or hybrid format.  Hybrid courses include a combination of face-to-face and online instruction.  Online courses will contain an electronic copy of course syllabi, all course materials, and weekly outlines of course activities and requirements.

The Associate in Arts degree can be completed taking all online courses.

Transferability of Courses

All public NC universities and many private colleges will award transfer credit for courses completed in the University Transfer Program through the Comprehensive Articulation Agreement.  Students wishing to transfer to a four-year college or university are encouraged to work closely with an advisor while enrolled at ACC in order to select transferable courses while completing an AA or AS degree.  Career and College Transfer Pathways for High School Juniors and Seniors are also taught in the Arts and Sciences program.

Courses included in these pathways are taught on ACC’s main campus, in public and some private schools and online. All courses are transferable to public universities in North Carolina and many private colleges under the Comprehensive Articulation Agreement. Students must have at least a 3.0 high school GPA and meet placement testing requirements in English, reading and mathematics in order to be admitted to a CCP Transfer Pathway. Students interested in enrolling in a Career and College Promise pathway should contact the CCP Coordinator, Jennifer Brownell, 506-4237.

Watch the Fall 2021 Online Orientation for the Business, Arts & Sciences Division here: