Pursue a degree in the popular field of Liberal Arts
Knowledge is power, but the ability to integrate multiple sources to make complex decisions in an ever-changing world – that’s a superpower.
The Liberal Arts and Studies program hosts emphasizes a dynamic, flexible mindset that is essential in today’s world – a mind-set that includes the power to think critically, solve problems, synthesize information and make decisions.
Receive your Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts and Studies.
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Below you will find a table of course numbers, course names and the credits required to earn a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts and Studies.
|Course Number||Course Name||Credit Required||Total Credits|
|ENG 111||Composition I||3|
|ENG 112||Composition II||3|
|SPC 101||Communication Fundamentals||3|
|Core Distribution||Mathematics Elective||3|
|Core Distribution||Lab Science Elective||4|
|Core Distribution||Arts Elective||3|
|Core Distribution||Humanities Elective||3|
|Core Distribution||Natural Sciences and Mathematics Elective||3|
|Core Distribution||Social Sciences Elective||3|
|ENG 320||Advances Essay Writing||3|
|COM 327||Applied Professional Communication||3|
|Upper Division General Education Elective (3 at 3 credits each)||3|
|LAS 245||Research Methods||3|
|LAS 415||Critical Theory||3|
|LAS 495||Senior Capstone||3|
|Lower Division (100-200 level) Liberal Arts Elective||3|
|Concentration Electives (100-200 level)||18|
|Concentration Electives (300-400 level)||12|
|Elective (choose 12 at 3 credits each)||3|
View the School of Continuing Studies Academic Catalog for more program information and requirements.
The bar is being raised for adults in the workforce to meet changing skills and competencies. Dean’s Liberal Arts curriculum focuses on the following areas.
- Integrate disciplinary perspective(s) from your major with other fields of Liberal Arts
- Master a range of research methods, skills, tools and systems used in your major
- Understand the key findings, ideas and theories and analytic research in your major
- Apply critical theory to textual analysis and capstone research
What kind of skills do you learn as a Liberal Arts student? Exactly the same skills employers say they want most in new hires.
- The ability to communicate clearly
- Solve complex problems
- Work well in small groups with different types of people
- Understand human dynamics
- Small classes led by Dean professors who are professionals in their field.
- Practical experience woven through the entire curriculum.
- A holistic approach that utilizes case studies, traditional and real-world learning to keep up with trends and remain current with the today’s fast-moving world.