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Liberal Studies


  • Associate of Arts in Liberal Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies

The degree programs in Liberal Studies are designed for students who want maximum flexibility in planning their academic program and who want to explore a variety of disciplines without the in-depth requirement of a single major area. Students who elect to pursue a liberal studies degree at the baccalaureate level choose three of sixteen liberal arts disciplines (biology, communications, economics, English, environmental policy, French, history, mathematics, multimedia communication, music, philosophy, political science, psy­chology, religion, sociology, and Spanish) and complete twelve upper-level credits in each of them. This degree provides pre-pro­fessional training for careers in law or medicine. It also pre­pares students for careers in education, politics, administra­tion, business, law enforcement, or public relations.

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