- 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.