Associate of Arts Degree Programs

Choosing a path to success

Who can apply?

High school graduates, applicants with strong GED test scores, or students who are transferring prior to obtaining a degree from another college.

More about the programs

These programs offer the highly specialized curriculum of a specific major, as well as a traditional liberal arts/general studies foundation.

Programs offered

What next?

Upon successful completion of the A.A. Degree, students may apply to the Bachelor of Science program, an Advanced Study program, or a Professional Designation in a different major.

To find out which career and major might be right for you, take our Career Quiz.


*All FIDM Art and Design programs accredited by NASAD.

FIDM is accredited by WASC, Senior College and University Commission.

FIDM offers educational opportunities through distance education. Colleges offering the opportunity to take classes outside of their state must be authorized, or exempt from authorization for each state in which they offer those courses. No assumptions of availability should be made on the part of the student until checking with FIDM's Admissions or Student Advisement Departments.

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