Degree Options

Louisburg College offers five different degree path options, each with its own unique course curriculum and graduation requirements. Click on each of the titles below to view the specific degree audit worksheet.
 
 
The general college degree path is strong in the humanities, which provides an appropriate foundation for senior degrees such as (but not limited to):  sociology, psychology, English, journalism, language, religion, history, humanities, philosophy, and liberal arts. Graduation requirements include a minimum of 61 semester hours and at least a 2.0 cumulative GPA.
 
 
The Associate of Arts in Education is designed for those students interested in a career in education including (but not limited to):  teaching, teacher assistant, school social worker, school administrator, and school counselor. Graduation requirements include a minimum of 61/63 semester hours and at least a 2.0 cumulative GPA. Also required are: 60 volunteer hours in a K-12 setting, completion of a capstone project, participation in a mock interview, and completion of a practice version of the Praxis Core.
 
 
The general science degree path has an underlying humanities basis that provides an appropriate foundation for senior degrees such as (but not limited to):  pre-med, chemistry, biology, environmental science, astronomy, nutritional sciences, and mathematics. Graduation requirements include a minimum of 60 semester hours and at least a 2.0 cumulative GPA.
 
 
The STEM degree path offers the necessary math and science courses for STEM related fields including (but not limited to):  engineering, architecture, computer programmer, chemist, industrial psychologist, IT manager, web developer, cartogropher, financial manager, computer network architect, and software developer. Graduation requirements include a minimum of 60 semester hours and at least a 2.0 cumulative GPA. 
 
 
The business degree path is designed for students interested in business careers such as (but not limited to):  accounting, finance, marketing, human resources, management, and entrepreneurship. Program requirements include a strong liberal arts emphasis with required business courses in accounting, economics, statistics, professional development, and business electives. Graduation requirements include a minimum of 62 semester hours and at least a 2.0 cumulative GPA.