Associate of Arts

Associate of Arts

Business  |  Communication  |  Leadership & Ministry  |  Social Science

Associate of Arts Overview

Be equipped through Biblical training to make an eternal impact for Christ.

The Associate of Arts degree allows students to get started on their academic program while still discerning the career path God is calling them to. This option is perfect for students who want to lay a solid biblical foundation before continuing further studies.

In the Associate of Arts program, you will receive an overview of communication, humanities, science, social science, theology and the Bible. You will also have the option of pursuing one of four emphasis areas:  Business, Communication, Leadership and Ministry or Social Science, or you can design your program by choosing from a broad list of electives to fill out your degree. This is a wonderful time to explore different subjects of interest as you grow in wisdom to serve the Lord in every area of life.

Grace Christian University intends that the information from this page complies with various state, federal, and accreditation requirements. 

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* Taking one five-week, three-credit course at a time on a year-round rotation, students typically complete 9-10 courses per year. The 60-credit A.A. degree can be completed in as little as two years.

Admission REQUIREMENTS
TUITION COST
Common Careers
Benefits

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

You will need the following to gain admission to Grace Christian University:

  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Completed Application – It is free to apply. Apply here >

TUITION COST

Associate Programs – $400/credit hour
View our 2023-24 Online Tuition Costs >

Military Personnel (active duty, veterans, spouses, dependents 23 or under) – $250/credit hour
View our 2023-24 Online Military Tuition Costs >

Other Associate Program Fees

Resource fee (covers all textbooks and other resources required for Grace Online students) – $150 per 3-credit course

Graduation fee – $100

COMMON CAREERS

Common Careers include:

  • Administrative Assistant

  • Accountant

  • Admissions Coordinator

  • Marketing Assistant

  • Office Manager

  • Human Resources Assistant

  • Account Manager

  • Customer Service Representative

BENEFITS

Students in the Online Associate’s degree programs will be able to:

  • Attend classes on a flexible schedule that allows for work and family responsibilities
  • Expand career and ministry opportunities with a degree that opens doors
  • Obtain an affordable, high-quality education
  • Gain collaboration skills through working with classmates and professors
  • Achieve an educational goal
Bible

CLASSES ARE TAUGHT FROM A BIBLICAL FOUNDATION

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WE CARE ABOUT EACH STUDENT'S ETERNAL IMPACT

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Discover & Expand Your Calling From Anywhere

Every major at Grace Christian is focused on intertwining spiritual and academic growth. The school aims to develop passionate servants of Jesus that emphasize the integration of character transformation, ministry experience, and biblical truth.

Associate of Arts Curriculum

Arts & Sciences Core – 24 Credits

GEN 111 – Intro to Online Studies

Credit Hours: 3

Focuses on the foundational knowledge, skills, and character development required to succeed in the digital classroom and as a follower of Jesus Christ. The digital age of online learning has transformed higher education. The pervasive reach of the Internet has expanded the boundaries of the traditional classroom and created new opportunities for students to realize their goal of attaining a college degree. In addition to the practical skills and knowledge required to succeed in the online learning environment, the need for graduates who live out the values consistent with a Christlike character, in their homes, workplaces, and society has never been more necessary than today.

ENG 105 – Introduction to College Writing

Credit Hours: 3

Writing is an important skill for academic, ministry, and vocational success. This course focuses on developing writing skills, providing students opportunities to break down the writing process. Students will learn how to create strong thesis statements to drive an academic paper. They will learn how to craft introductory and concluding paragraphs, build the body of a paper, consider their audience, and improve writing skills to communicate more effectively. They will develop basic skills in APA formatting and citations. Students will also work on refreshing grammar skills.

COM 140 – Life Communication

Credit Hours: 3

Life Communication will increase students’ knowledge and awareness of the theory and principles of public speaking. Casual and formal speaking opportunities will be used to develop confidence as a public speaker. Topic selection, cultural intelligence and sensitivity for diverse audiences, patterns of organization, development of supporting materials and creative presentation of ideas are part of the course.

COM 290 – Professional Communication

Credit Hours: 3

TBD

HST 231 – World Civilization

Credit Hours: 3

This course will provide students with skills in historical research and analysis, a chronological understanding and factual knowledge spanning from the dawn of civilization to 1700. Emphasis is placed on the origins and achievements of the core civilizations of Asia, Africa, America, and Greco– Roman civilizations. In addition, Christian, Islamic and Byzantine cultures will be studied. The ultimate focus will be to provide students with a historical, factual, cultural, and geographical knowledge of ancient history and its relationship to the Bible. Upon completion, students should be able to analyze significant political, socioeconomic, and cultural developments up to the early modern world civilizations within the interrelations of societies and cultures.

PHL 133 – Philosophy and Worldview

Credit Hours: 3

This course addresses the fact that our culture is confronted with a vast assortment of differing philosophies and worldviews; each claiming to be true. Focus is provided to understand and evaluate these various belief systems in an increasingly pluralistic society. Main ideas of eight different worldviews will be explored while the student develops and expresses a personal worldview. Topics will center around the nature of God, reality, nature of man, death, truth, morality, and the meaning of life. The primary purpose of this course is to challenge students to examine the timeless truths of Christianity.

SOC 243 – Introduction to Cultural Diversity

Credit Hours: 3

This course is an exploration of cultural diversity and multiculturalism from a Christian faith perspective. This course provides a process to understand and practice cultural diversity competence. It is designed to initiate and provide ongoing preparation for effective interaction with everyone in our culturally diverse world. Growth in these skills equips individuals with the social graces needed to form bonds of mutual trust that will bridge the differences that ordinarily divide people.

SCI 220 – Introduction to Environmental Science

Credit Hours: 3

This course will provide a general understanding of environmental science, while exploring the natural world and the resources it provides. The study of environmental science is approached with an understanding of the responsibilities of human beings to practice wise stewardship of God’s creation. Topics include, but are not limited to, exploration of environmental issues, the relations between living and nonliving things, human responsibility for the environment and the earth’s resources now and in the future. Through readings, lecture, and discussion, students will examine geological, biological, and chemical aspects of science and how these influence economic and social issues on a personal, local, national, and global scale.

Bible & Theology Core – 12 Credits

BIB 141 – Old Testament

Credit Hours: 3

This course is a survey of Old Testament literature in its historical setting. Attention is given to outstanding persons, events, and theological emphases.

BIB 143 – New Testament

Credit Hours: 3

This course is a survey of New Testament literature including a study of its historical settings, literary type, and main theological themes. Attention will also be given to outstanding persons, events, and major teachings.

THE 254 – Introduction to Dispensational Theology

Credit Hours: 3

This course is an overview of the basic tenets of Dispensational Theology. Included is a study of foundational passages in the Bible, a review of the historical development, as well as how a dispensational perspective shapes the study of Scripture. Special consideration will be given to the mid–Acts dispensational views of Grace Christian University.

THE 256 – Christian Theology I

Credit Hours: 3

This course is a survey of foundational doctrines of systematic theology including Bibliology, Theology Proper (God), Christology (Christ) and Pneumatology (Holy Spirit). It will include an overview of the mid–Acts dispensational perspective of theology held by the institution. The course also encourages the practical integration of these doctrines in the life and service of the Christian.

Approved Electives (or A.A. Emphasis) – 21 Credits

A.A. Capstone – 3 Credits

CAP 298 – Associate Degree Capstone

Credit Hours: 3

The AA Capstone course is an integrative learning experience bringing together all of the learning presented in the degree program. Each student will work individually, using his/her focus of study (with the School of Human Services and Behavioral Sciences) to respond to assignments. Assignments include broad questions/concerns which students can answer with the use of learning from his/her focus of study, utilizing texts, peer reviewed articles, etc. This will also provide the opportunity for students to demonstrate to one another their ability to communicate ideas related to their field of study. Above all, the assignments will incorporate a biblical perspective as the overlying factor in any of these foci.

A.A. Emphasis (Optional)

With the Associate of Arts program students have the option of declaring an Emphasis. Emphases are not required. Here are the emphases that are offered:
  •     Business
  •     Communication
  •     Leadership & Ministry
  •     Social Science
If students have transfer coursework, they will be able to apply the accepted transfer electives toward their A.A. degree and will supplement (as needed) with lower division electives offered at Grace. Elective courses may be swapped in consultation with the student’s Academic Advisor.

Business
Communication
Leadership & Ministry
Social Science

Business Emphasis

Business Content Courses – 21 Credits

BUS 110 – Fundamentals of Business

Credit Hours: 3

This course provides an overview of the fundamental practices and issues involved in managing and operating a business in today’s marketplace. Areas of business explored in this course include various management theories, economic concepts, management and organization, human resources, sales and marketing, and operations. The course also examines the challenges of operating in both domestic and global markets, business ethics and business strategy.

BUS 230 – Introduction to Finance

Credit Hours: 3

This course will provide opportunity to learn basic finance principles linking financial markets, institutions and investors. An overview of the flow of capital will be explored from the corporate perspective, including topics such as interest rates, stocks, bonds, risk and return, the time value of money, and the cost of capital.

MKT 265 – Social Media Marketing

Credit Hours: 3

This course will use a biblical framework to determine and guide the identification and use of this rapidly changes media. Students will develop engagement strategies using social media to advance the mission and vision of the organization by creating customer profiles in social media marketing. In addition to the identification of alternative social media platforms, this class will explore various engagement options to ensure cultural awareness in advancing a marketing strategy.

BUS 245 – Accounting I

Credit Hours: 3

This course is an introduction to the field of accounting and the role that accounting plays in business. Students will be introduced to journals, ledgers, postings, and adjusting/closing of the books. The course emphasis is on understanding the complete accounting cycle and preparing financial statements, bank reconciliations, and payroll.

BUS 255 – Fundamentals of Business Law

Credit Hours: 3

This course provides an overview of the law as it pertains to business organizations. It will introduce the student to the legal system in its various forms and its impact on the legal environment of business. Topics include the Constitution and its historical foundation, ethics, business decision– making, alternative dispute resolution, torts, intellectual property, criminal law and cybercrimes, contracts, sales and lease, and employment law.

BUS 260 – Global Issues in Business

Credit Hours: 3

This course familiarizes students with important considerations in conducting business in an increasingly global economy. It will help prepare students for positions in organizations engaged in global business. Students will be exposed to some of the issues encountered in global business. Key topics will include cultural issues, ethical issues, and political and economic issues.

CAP 298 – A.A. Capstone

Credit Hours: 3

This course requires the student to utilize much of what he or she has already learned in previous courses and gives them the opportunity to apply that knowledge to the solution of an actual business issue in an organization of his or her choice. The student will identify a significant business problem or issue in an organization that they know well. The student will examine the issue using the knowledge they gained in previous courses and examine the related business literature to identify and make appropriate recommendations to address the problem or issue. This course will culminate in a written case study exploring the identified problem, the relevant literature, and the proposed recommendations.

Electives – 3 Credits

Communication Emphasis

Communication Content Courses – 18 Credits

COM 210 – Foundations of Communication

Credit Hours: 3

Foundations of Communication is an overview of the present state and professional opportunities in the field of communication. By examining human communication elements through a biblical perspective, students will learn to serve others at the individual, small group, and public communication levels.

COM 220 – Intercultural Communication

Credit Hours: 3

This course introduces students to global communication by exploring issues related to intercultural communication practices from a biblical perspective. It examines the important role of social, cultural, and historical context in human interactions.

COM 250 – Interpersonal Communication

Credit Hours: 3

This course focuses on the importance of interpersonal communication and the common barriers that confound relationships such as culture, conflict, gender, and perception of differences. Students will evaluate current connections from a Christian perspective and from that foundation identify strategies for strengthening personal and professional influences for mission/vision–minded goals.

MKT 265 – Social Media Marketing

Credit Hours: 3

This course will use a biblical framework to determine and guide the identification and use of this rapidly changes media. Students will develop engagement strategies using social media to advance the mission and vision of the organization by creating customer profiles in social media marketing. In addition to the identification of alternative social media platforms, this class will explore various engagement options to ensure cultural awareness in advancing a marketing strategy.

COM 290 – Professional Communication

Credit Hours: 3

CAP 298 – A.A. Capstone

Credit Hours: 3

The AA Capstone course is an integrative learning experience bringing together all of the learning presented in the degree program. Each student will work individually, using his/her focus of study (with the School of Human Services and Behavioral Sciences) to respond to assignments. Assignments include broad questions/concerns which students can answer with the use of learning from his/her focus of study, utilizing texts, peer reviewed articles, etc. This will also provide the opportunity for students to demonstrate to one another their ability to communicate ideas related to their field of study. Above all, the assignments will incorporate a biblical perspective as the overlying factor in any of these foci.

Electives – 6 Credits

Leadership & Ministry Emphasis

Leadership & Ministry Content Courses – 18 Credits

MIN 263 – Teaching the Christian Faith

Credit Hours: 3

This course is intended to equip Christian leaders with an understanding of the principles and practices of teaching the Word of God. The course will include biblical perspectives on teaching, as well as practical methods for teaching effectively. The focus will be on teaching the Christian faith, yet learned skills will apply to other fields as well.

LEA 273 – Issues in Christian Leadership

Credit Hours: 3

Issues in Christian Leadership addresses the seminal issues in Christian leadership in both the church and para–church settings, including the foundational issues of each of the five following areas: integrity, communication, leadership development, conflict management and self–care.

MIN 261 – Discipling and Mentoring in the Christian Faith

Credit Hours: 3

This course is a study in discipleship and mentoring focusing on effective discipleship models from the life of Christ and the First Century Church. Those principles will be applied into an effective design for Twenty–First Century disciple–making, with special attention given to the foundations of Christian discipleship and mentoring. This foundation includes modeling Christ–like character and leadership and building healthy relationships for personal accountability paradigms.

LEA 171 – Introduction to Leadership

Credit Hours: 3

This course provides an overview of the basics of leadership with application in both a personal and organizational context. Creating and communicating the vision, empowering others and recognizing their contributions, challenging the status quo and leading change, and celebrating team and organizational success are all key ideas addressed in this course. Moreover, students will be asked to evaluate their own personal leadership practices according to these concepts.

MIN 163 – Sharing and Defending the Faith

Credit Hours: 3

This course will define faith in Christ (the gospel), and will explore ways to share the gospel. Students will consider the various hindrances to the effective communication of the gospel, as well as develop strategies for answering objections to the gospel in a way that points individuals to Jesus Christ.

CAP 298 – A.A. Capstone

Credit Hours: 3

The AA Capstone course is an integrative learning experience bringing together all of the learning presented in the degree program. Each student will work individually, using his/her focus of study (with the School of Human Services and Behavioral Sciences) to respond to assignments. Assignments include broad questions/concerns which students can answer with the use of learning from his/her focus of study, utilizing texts, peer reviewed articles, etc. This will also provide the opportunity for students to demonstrate to one another their ability to communicate ideas related to their field of study. Above all, the assignments will incorporate a biblical perspective as the overlying factor in any of these foci.

Electives – 6 Credits

Social Science Emphasis

Social Science Content Courses – 24 Credits

CJS 220 – Introduction to Legal Studies

Credit Hours: 3

Introduction to Legal Studies will provide a broad understanding of the American legal system and how the law impacts our society.  The course reviews the court systems, and how laws are made, enforced, interpreted, and applied. Students will be exposed to an overview of the fundamentals of law in several areas including ethics and professional responsibility, civil litigation, tort law, contract law, administrative law, family law, constitutional law, criminal law, criminal procedure, property law, evidence and other legal matters.  This course also provides a hands–on application of legal research, legal writing, and case briefing.

CJS 251 – Introduction to Criminal Justice

Credit Hours: 3

This course provides an introduction to the criminal justice system. The primary goal of this course is to develop a general understanding of the criminal justice system’s response to crime in society. It is important to note that the general theme of this course involves the delicate balance between community interests and individual rights while also viewing the criminal justice system through the lens of a Christian worldview.

PSY 201 – Introduction to Psychology

Credit Hours: 3

This course is a general survey of the discipline of psychology. Topics covered will include thinking critically, neuroscience, life span development, sensation and perception, learning, memory, thinking/ language/intelligence, personality, psychological disorders, and social psychology. Attention will be given to the relationship between Psychology and Christianity with selected application for life and ministry.

PSY 245 – Lifespan Psychology

Credit Hours: 3

This course is designed to explore human development from conception through death, looking at human development using the bio–psycho–social model from a Christian worldview. It will be explored how we as humans share developmental similarities, yet are unique due to various factors such as temperament, personality, etc. Most importantly, new information will be learned on what students already know, confirming how we are “fearfully and wonderfully made” as image bearers of God.

PSY 215 – Psychology of Leadership

Credit Hours: 3

This course looks at the psychological and social processes that characterize effective leaders. We will learn about leadership in relationship to psychological exchanges between leaders and followers, and situations/behaviors that make some people more effective leaders than others. Some key factors that will be studied include psychological theories related to leadership, importance of teamwork, role of power, motivation, role of emotional intelligence, expectations of leaders, and various factors affecting future leadership in the 21st century. All of this will be studied from a Christian perspective of servant leadership.

SOC 251 – Principles of Sociology

Credit Hours: 3

This course is a study of contemporary Western society. The emphasis is on culture, socialization, group life, social processes and social change.

SOC 255 – Introduction to Human Services

Credit Hours: 3

This course explores the historical context and the current structure of the Human Services field. Students will be exposed to case management and group facilitation as well as the primary intervention strategies used in human services. The arenas involving special populations served in the Human Services profession will be examined, such as addictions, mental health, the developmentally disabled, and the homeless. Topics include values and ethical dilemmas, the social welfare system, diversity, program planning, organizing and changing systems, legal issues and the need to stay current as a human services professional.

CAP 298 – Capstone

Credit Hours: 3

The AA Capstone course is an integrative learning experience bringing together all of the learning presented in the degree program. Each student will work individually, using his/her focus of study (with the School of Human Services and Behavioral Sciences) to respond to assignments. Assignments include broad questions/concerns which students can answer with the use of learning from his/her focus of study, utilizing texts, peer reviewed articles, etc. This will also provide the opportunity for students to demonstrate to one another their ability to communicate ideas related to their field of study. Above all, the assignments will incorporate a biblical perspective as the overlying factor in any of these foci.

For all the details, look up your Major in the Program Information section of the Online Undergraduate Academic Catalog.

The Bible is Central

Grace Christian University is accredited by both the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) and by the Association for Biblical Higher Education (ABHE). ABHE is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and the Council for Higher Education and has designated Grace Christian University as an institute of higher education in which the Bible is central and the development of Christian life and ministry is essential.

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ACADEMIC RIGOR

The program will teach and develop graduate-level research, writing, critical thinking, leadership and communication skills. Beginning with the Program Seminar, the program is designed to acclimate students to graduate-level work and prepare them for the kind of reading, writing, and thinking skills they will need for the remainder of the program.

STUDENT–CENTERED

The application of constructivist learning theory puts the responsibility of learning in the hands of the students. Whenever possible, students will be allowed to choose what they will learn, how they will learn, and how they will assess their learning in terms of their ministry and professional goals.

BEST PRACTICES

As a fully online program, Graduate Studies at Grace Christian University adheres to the best practices of online education, including, but not limited to: online presence, creating a supportive online community, a variety of individual, small group, and large group learning experiences, and clear communication in the online environment.

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We take care of your personalized education plan

Time

Finish in the same time as an on-campus program

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Log-in when it works best for you

Frequently Asked Questions

Who is thE Associate's program for?

Anyone who has a high school diploma or equivalent and is seeking a quality Christian education. We offer tuition discounts for military personnel and payment plans for cash paying students. We also accept Federal Financial Aid.

WHAT CAN I EXPECT FROM THE PROFESSORS OF THIS PROGRAM?

Your professors have first hand knowledge working in their areas of instruction, along with advanced degrees and higher education experience. They are eager not just to instruct, but to guide you on your faith journey and pray for you throughout your time here. Their desire is to help you succeed and equip you for where God has called you.

What are the benefits of the program?

Students in the online Associate’s degree Programs will be able to:

  • Attend classes on a flexible schedule that allows for work and family responsibilities

  • Expand career and ministry opportunities with a degree that opens doors

  • Obtain an affordable, high-quality education

  • Gain collaboration skills through working with classmates and professors

  • Achieve an educational goal

WHAT FLEXIBILITY DOES THE Associate’S PROGRAM OFFER?

Students can work on one course at a time, at a time of day and week that is convenient for them.

    WHY SHOULD I STUDY ONLINE AT GRACE?

    Advance your career from the comfort of your own home.

    Our online master’s degrees are designed for busy professionals who desire to advance their careers. Through our flexible classes, our professors will encourage and mentor you as you expand your current pursuits.

    Experience a caring community.

    Connect with professors and students who will come alongside you as you pursue higher education and growth in Christ. At Grace, we’re passionate about equipping and supporting you to serve the Lord and others in all that God has called you to do.

    Strengthen your biblical foundation.

    At Grace Christian University, the Word of God is taught, valued, and celebrated. Deepen your knowledge of God’s Word as you receive an education grounded in objective Biblical truth.

    The Grace Experience.

    As closely as possible, the Graduate Studies program will reproduce the experience of undergraduate students (On Campus and Online) in an authentic Grace Christian University experience, expressing the ethos, core values, and historic mission of the University. This includes the University’s commitment to being a Bible-centered institution, committed to our historic Grace theological position, which values transformative relationships and service to church and society.

      Where can I view the Academic Catalog?

      View or download the 2022-23 Online Undergraduate Academic Catalog here.

      View past Academic Catalogs here.

      Where can i view the academic Calendar?

      View the “Academic Calendar” section in the Online Undergraduate Academic Catalog.

      WHAT SETS OUR Associate'S PROGRAMS APART?

      Our Enrollment Advisors are there for you.

      One-on-one coaching through the admissions process and the first class with your assigned Enrollment Advisor. Your advisor will want to know:

      • Your passion
      • Your path and goals
      • Life circumstances that could help or hinder your success
      • How can they pray for and with you

      Your advisor will take this information seriously and provide tailored care as you get started with your degree.

      We Prioritize You

      Your goals and giftings are prioritized so they drive your success; this is opposed to a one-size fits all mentality & communication.

      We take care of all class registration and your personalized education plan is created when you begin your program, so you are able to see all courses required until your graduate date.

      One Class at a Time

      No required log-in time (you log in throughout the week when it works best for your schedule!)

      Students finish their online degrees in the same period as if they were attending an on-campus program.

      Our Professors Care

      Staff and faculty care about each student's eternal impact, which influences the care and resources we provide. Professors care and are easily accessible.

      Low professor-to-student ratio:

      • Online Undergraduate - 9.3 students per course section
      • Online Graduate - 7 students per course section

      The Bible is Central

      All classes are taught from a biblical foundation, regardless of subject, with weekly devotions.

      Low Cost Quality Education

      Low tuition for a private Christian education.

        Sarah H
        Attending Grace Christian University was one of the most incredible experiences of my life … Some of the most impactful moments for me were the weekly devotionals in class. So many times, the devotionals aligned with my life or my current challenges.

        Sarah H
        Leadership & Ministry, Online Undergraduate
        Attending Grace Christian University was one of the most incredible experiences of my life… Some of the most impactful moments for me were the weekly devotionals in class. So many times, the devotionals aligned with my life or my current challenges.
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        John M
        The prayers and support that I have received from the faculty and staff at Grace Christian University has been more than an encouragement, it is a motivation. This experience has been very humbling and has allowed me to let God work in me and through me at a much deeper level.

        John M
        Leadership & Ministry, Online Undergraduate
        The prayers and support that I have received from the faculty and staff at Grace Christian University has been more than an encouragement, it is a motivation. This experience has been very humbling and has allowed me to let God work in me and through me at a much deeper level.
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        Grace's class materials make me dig deep into my assignments and search the Scriptures which makes me grow in my faith by studying the Scriptures.

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        Grace's class materials make me dig deep into my assignments and search the Scriptures which makes me grow in my faith by studying the Scriptures.
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