The building blocks of Education begin with a Liberal Studies degree. This two-year associate degree includes studies in the classics – writing, speaking, arithmetic. Students will choose a number of courses from the humanities, social sciences, business and math and science divisions to create a well-rounded program that suits their professional needs. Liberal Studies students may complete introductory classes in a wide variety of disciplines, which gives them a chance to become familiar with the requirements of many fields and helps them assess their potential for professional success in careers related to these studies.
U. S. History I
Introduction to Psychology*
|Introduction to Computer Applications or
Effective Computer Applications II
Fine Arts Survey
Introduction to Literature
Introduction to Sociology or Introduction to Anthropology
Introduction to Philosophy*
Diversity/Global Studies Elective
Natural Science Elective*
Social Science Elective
A Liberal Studies major students will:
Demonstrate analytical and creative reasoning skills in a broad range of studies.
Provide students with a program that allows for interdisciplinary studies.
Demonstrate quantitative and/or analytical problem-solving skills.
Effectively communicate ideas through written expression.
Integrate multi-disciplinary course offerings as a plan to develop themselves as a whole.
Demonstrate the ability to provide works on subjects relating to human existence: social, political, philosophical, technological, and cultural through selected areas of study.
Examples of Outcomes Assessments:
- Completion of Applied Ethics paper outlining
- Completion of Natural Science course project.
- Completion of College Algebra final exam.
- Completion of social science research project.
- Create or design a project in Computer Applications I or II.
- Completion of Literature research paper.
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*Developmental courses may be required as prerequisites. Credits earned in developmental courses cannot be applied toward graduation