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Associate of Arts A.A.

Department of Humanities + Social Science

A Well-Rounded Education

Our two-year Associate of Arts degree program in Minnesota offers students a well-rounded education with an emphasis on the humanities and social sciences. Through this unique program, students graduate with an A.A. degree or complete a bachelor’s degree with another two years of college.

The A.A. degree program in Minnesota provides course options in a number of different areas including history, English, psychology, communication, criminal justice and others.

Why study Associate of Arts at Crown?

1.5X

Annual Median Earnings compared to high school graduates.

15

Available Elective Credits

12

Credits in Christian studies

I have the opportunity to not just be in a caring community, but a community that fosters the same values and faith. There are so many different perspectives here from students and professors, and it creates so many opportunities to grow.

Being at Crown makes you want to stay at Crown for the rest of your life; but being at Crown also gets you excited for what God is preparing you to do after college, too.

Nora Xiong

Careers

Administrative Assistant
Event Coordinator Assistant
Human Resources Assistant

Advanced Degrees

Communication, B.A.
Psychology, B.A.
Business Administration + Management, B.S.

Meet the Faculty

Preview of Courses

PSY 130 - General Psychology

This course is designed to provide a broad overview of the field of psychology. Topics include research in psychology, the brain and nervous system, sensation and perception, memory, emotion, learning, psychological disorders and psychotherapy. This introductory course aims to help students think deliberately and skillfully about human behavior and mental processes.

COM 252 - Interpersonal Communication

The foundational course for the study of relational communication. Students will study the role of communication in family systems, self-identity, intimate relationships, gender issues and nonverbal contexts. Specific topics include listening, self-disclosure and conflict management.

ENG 132 - Writing and Literature

Continued instruction and practice in writing and the writing process are the focal points of this course, with emphasis on critical analysis of literary genres.

FAQs

Our faculty to student ratio is 17:1. We intentionally aim to keep our class sizes small. This allows us to maintain academic excellence and strong relationships between faculty and students. At Crown College, every student is a person and not just another number.
We generally accept credits from accredited institutions as long as the student maintained a C or higher in the course. To see a full list of what classes will transfer, you can visit Transferology or contact our registrar office at registrar@crown.edu.
Available to all students, our Student Success Office is a great resource for students. Services offered by the Student Success Office are designed to increase academic success and build community. Amanda McDonald serves as our Director of Student Success and is more than happy to meet with any student. For more information, click here.
Yes we have an honors program! For more information on our Honors program click here.
Crown College offers a wide-range of scholarships to every student. 100% of students receive some type of financial aid. For more information about financial aid, click here.
At Crown College, every class is taught from a Biblical worldview. Our faculty are all followers of Christ and are comfortable incorporating Christian principles into their curriculum. For more information on other ways Crown College equips students spiritually outside of the classroom, click here.

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