Upon completion of your program, you’ll have the skills and expertise needed to:
- Incorporate new information and perspectives into your world view
- Apply basic critical-thinking skills to reach ethical, creative, and analytically sound decisions in work, life, and academia
- Demonstrate fundamental proficiency in multiple modes of communication
- Liberal Arts
- Criminal Justice
Why Choose JFK University?
Since 1965, John F. Kennedy University has been providing higher education to lifelong adult learners in the Bay Area and beyond. Here are just a few benefits of enrolling at JFK University:
- Private nonprofit university
- Accredited by WASC Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC)
- Campus, online, and FlexCourse℠ on-demand online programs
- Locations in Pleasant Hill and San Jose, CA
- Experienced faculty who are practitioners in their fields
- Service learning and internship opportunities
It’s About Tradition
John F. Kennedy University is an accredited nonprofit institution that has been preparing working adults to advance their careers and communities for over 50 years. Offering a variety of innovative, flexible degree programs, we make it possible for busy adults from various walks of life to realize personal and professional growth. We’re committed to providing the full range of support each student needs to change their lives and communities for the better.
The best way to make a change is getting a
– Mark, John F. Kennedy University College of Law Student
The A.A. degree program is recommended for students who plan to further their education in a vocational field, seek entry-level employment, or pursue a four-year degree program. Degree-seeking students progress through the 60-unit curriculum by completing a specified number of General Education units in each content area and 15 units in a concentration. The below listed curriculum covers the 45 semester units for AA General Education Requirements. Visit the appropriate concentration page for the remaining curriculum.
- General Education Requirement - 45
- Concentration Courses - 15
- Total Semester Units - 60