Are you talking about Northern Virginia Community college?
I don't remember a fine arts requirement when I did my undergrad but I had taken classes that qualified. Northern Virginia CC has an articulation agreement with George Mason I believe and I think your best bet would be to look at what type of classes George Mason requires. They actually list out various classes that fulfill the Arts requirement. http://catalog.gmu.edu/preview_progr...d=17&poid=7266
Scroll down until you see Arts and the various classes listed.
And I'm guessing it probably doesn't matter what classes you take and I know I've seen nursing students grumble a bit about having to take humanities type courses. I think though there has been work in things like art and music therapy so a course in that might be beneficial later on. Also, one of the best ways to understand a culture is to look at their art, whether that is visual art or musical art. So I think art classes from various cultures can bring some cultural knowledge.
Lastly, feel free to take a class on just a general subject that interests you.