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This course of study is identical to the AA in General Studies, except the Comparative Cultural Awareness category is increased to eleven credits. Eight credits must be taken in a single foreign language; three credits must be taken in a non-foreign language course from the approved list of Comparative Cultural Awareness (formally known as Mutlicultural Awareness) courses. The non-foreign language course only may be double-counted to meet another appropriate degree requirement. This degree option becomes particularly important as many four-year colleges and universities, including the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Wyoming, are instituting foreign language requirements for graduation with a bachelor of arts degree.
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Associate Professor of English