Arizona General Education Curriculum (AGEC)
Starting at a community college? The basic building blocks include the Arizona General Education Curriculum (AGEC) and obtaining an associate's degree.

When you transfer to the university, your AGEC coursework will apply toward your bachelor's degree. The AGEC is the foundation of your community college education. It consists of 35-37 credits which include:
  • Freshman Composition
  • Mathematics
  • Arts & Humanities
  • Social & Behavioral Sciences
  • Physical and Biological Sciences
  • Options (these will vary by community college and AGEC completed)
  • Special Requirements (upon completion of your AGEC, you will have taken courses that meet the following requirements: Intensive writing and critical inquiry, Ethnic/Race/Gender Awareness, Global/International or Historical Awareness)
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AGEC Concentration Options
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AGEC-A
For students who want to study liberal arts when they transfer to the university.

Examples: English, History, Religion, Philosophy, Communications

Requirements
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AGEC-S
For students who want to study programs that require more rigorous math and science when they transfer to the university.

Examples: Biology, Chemistry, Engineering

Requirements
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AGEC-B
For students who want to study business when they transfer to the university.

Examples: Accounting, Economics, Finance, Marketing

Requirements
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AGEC Course Search
Find the AGEC courses offered at your community college and learn the requirements for completion.
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Degree Program Search
If you know what you want to major in at the university, use the degree program search to find the AGEC you should complete to apply toward that degree.
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