Associate of Arts in Christian Studies
The Associate in Arts in Christian Studies degree is designed for students who wish to prepare themselves for fulltime or part time church vocational service, and who wish to engage in studies leading to a bachelor’s degree in Christian Studies. The program requires successful completion of 62-63 credits and may be accomplished in two full academic years.
For degree requirements, see degree requirements checklist.
For information, contact Dr. Sam Pelletier, chairman of the Christian Studies Department, at 706.865.2134, ext. 145, or e-mail .
Truett-McConnell College has one of only 20 two-year college music programs in the nation to be accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music and was the only two-year music program in the state to be so accredited. The degree program available for the music student may lead to a variety of Bachelor of Music degrees (performance, education, music therapy, music business, church music, etc.).
An audition is required for acceptance into the Music Department. For audition forms and requirements, please refer to the Music and Fine Arts Department webpage.
For further information, contact Dr. John L. Davis, chairman of the Division of Music and Fine Arts, at 706.865.2134, ext. 151, or e-mail
Associate Arts (Concentration in Education)
This degree is designed for those students who wish to pursue a degree in teacher education at a four-year institution or to enter the B.S. in Education at Truett. Students in the education program will complete a broad liberal arts core, an introduction to professional education and advisement concerning admission to upper level programs.
For information, contact Dr. Susan Gannaway, chairman of the Education Department, at 706.865.2134, ext. 188, or e-mail .
Associate in Business
This degree is designed for those students who desire a liberal arts based curriculum and wish to pursue a Bachelor of Arts degree at a four-year institution, or who have not yet decided on a specific field of study. By following the program of study outlined, the student earns two years of credit that should closely parallel the first two years of study for either a liberal arts curriculum or a science curriculum at a four-year institution.
For information, contact Dr. Janet Forney, chairman of the Business Department, at 706.865.2134, ext. 133, or e-mail .
Associate in Arts
For information, contact Dr. Michael Justus, chairman of the Humanities Division, at 706.865.2134, ext. 213, or e-mail .