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Liberal Arts Program

NMC offers an Associate of Arts in Liberal Arts degree for students who seek to gain introductory knowledge and skills across a wide range of educational disciplines. The A.A. in Liberal Arts program requirements comprise of an arrangement of general college-level educational courses that:

    1. provide students with a strong educational foundation and preparation for more specialized fields of study;
    2. strengthen communication, analytical and critical thinking skills;
    3. engage students with community issues and civic responsibilities and;
    4. allow students the flexibility to explore and develop academic interests and career aspirations;
    5. prepare students for transfer to a four-year college/university.

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