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The Associate of Science (AS) degree from Snow Online provides you a solid foundation of general education knowledge to help you thrive today and pursue a successful path in the future.
Get your start on a degree from Snow College. Online courses provide you a solid foundation of knowledge to help you thrive today and pursue a successful path in the future.
Partial scholarships may be available to eligible students, including:
All student applications are automatically evaluated for partial scholarship eligibility as part of the enrollment process. You will be notified of any tuition discounts you may receive. Financial aid may also be available, if needed.
Snow Online offers several enrollment periods throughout the year.
Classes start in the Fall, Spring and Summer (August, January, and May)
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Snow College is consistently ranked as one of the top educational institutions in the country, making it the perfect place for students looking to achieve academic success in an online program. Our online Associate of Science degree program will help you get to the next step in your journey, which could include a getting promotion at work, finding a new job, pursuing a bachelor’s degree, or simply living your best life.
You will find everything you need to succeed in your online education at Snow College. Plus, with the lowest tuition available and no student fees, you can do it without breaking the bank.
Earn a regionally accredited Associate of Science (AS) degree through an Accelerated Online program with transferable credits.
|PLA 100: Prior Learning Assessment||(Varies)|
|GNST 1200: GE Foundations||3|
|POLS 1100: American National Government||3|
|MATH 1040: Intro to Statistics||3|
|ENG 098 Writing Basics (if needed)||3|
|ENG 1010: Expository Composition||3|
|ENG 2010: Intermediate Research Writing||3|
|ENG 2200: Introduction to Literature||3|
|ART 1010: Introduction Visual Arts||3|
|CHEM 1010: Introductory Chemistry||3|
|CHEM 1015: Introductory Chemistry Lab||1|
|BIOL 1010: General Biology||3|
|SOC 1010: Introduction to Sociology||3|
|BUS 1210: Personal Finance||3|
|PE 1096: Fitness and Wellness||1|
|ART 1050: Photography||3|
|PSY 1010: General Psychology||3|
|MUSC 1010: Introduction to Music||3|
|COMM 1010: Introduction to Communications||3|
|COMM 2110: Interpersonal Communication||3|
|BUS 1010: Introduction to Business||3|
|HFST 1500: Human Development||3|
|ARTH 2710: Art History||3|
|HIST 1700: American Civilization||3|
|HIST 1500: Ancient World Civilization||3|
|MATH 1050: College Algebra||4|