Online General Studies (2-year) Associate's Degree Overview
The online associate’s degree in general studies at The University of Toledo in Ohio is perfect for students who want to:
- Advance their careers
- Earn a bachelor’s degree but are undecided about a major
- Get a college degree in two years or less
An online general studies degree is broad and versatile. You can design your own program according to your interests. Choose classes from across academic departments in UToledo’s comprehensive course catalog.
The general studies associate of arts degree is offered through UT’s University College, which serves adult, military, online, transitional and undecided students.
Online General Studies (2-year) Associate's Degree Highlights
A solid foundation. This is critical for undecided students. General studies majors can build a GPA and explore options while taking classes that fulfill general requirements and prerequisites. This makes it easier when you’re ready to go on for your bachelor’s degree.
Flexibility. Can’t find a traditional degree program that works for you? General studies majors can tailor concentrations to suit their passions.
An easy path to a bachelor’s degree program. Many of UToledo's general studies classes are aligned with the Ohio Transfer Module and can be transferred to any Ohio public institution.
Online support. UToledo is one of the best public, research universities in Ohio. Online students have extensive resources, including:
An online associate's degree in general studies can be applied to a broad range of careers since you tailor the degree to your interests. You also can use the degree to further your current career or as a gateway to a bachelor's degree.
Online General Studies (2-year) Associate's Degree Curriculum
General studies coursework aligns with degree requirements for popular majors in most UT bachelor’s degree programs, including majors in natural sciences, social sciences and humanities.
Popular Areas of Concentration
- Criminal justice
- Health and fitness
- Intro to law and the legal system