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The University of Delaware’s Associate in Arts Program (AAP) allows Delaware students the chance to complete their first two years of college at locations in Georgetown, Dover, and Wilmington.
The AAP is housed on Delaware Tech campuses. However, the program offers only University of Delaware courses – the same courses taught on the Newark campus – taught exclusively by University of Delaware faculty.
The Associate in Arts degree is awarded by the University of Delaware upon completion of the required 60 credits of coursework, with a minimum GPA of 2.0. Designed to be completed in two years, the non-residential program begins with a freshman seminar designed to promote academic success, along with coursework in mathematics, humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, and languages.
The Associate in Arts courses simultaneously fulfill the core requirements for majors leading to the bachelor’s degree. Associate in Arts students enjoy an uninterrupted transition from the associate degree program to a bachelor degree program. Most students relocate to Newark for their junior year to complete their four-year degree.
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Associated in Arts students complete the first two years of coursework needed for a bachelor of arts degree in social studies education as they earn their two-year associate degree in Georgetown, Dover, or Wilmington. After two years students transition to UD’s Newark campus to continue their path to a teaching career and take their remaining coursework there.