What are the 20 credits of pre-major/elective courses for the AA degree?

What are the 20 credits of pre-major/elective courses for the AA degree?

These 20 credits can consist of additional Minnesota Transfer Curriculum courses, other elective college credit courses, or technical credits. If you have not completed technical credits prior to your enrollment in the Associate in Arts program, it may be in your best interest to take additional MnTC or other courses that are fulfilling major/foreign language/math requirements for your Bachelor degree program of choice.
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