Liberal Studies

Bachelor of Science


The program design consists of two parts: 20 General Education requirements and 20 elective courses. The General Education courses provide a well-rounded academic foundation; the elective courses may be selected to meet individual student goals.

General Education Requirements (60 credits)

CTA 206 Available Online Computer Applications in Business
or CTA 210 Computer Science

ENG 121 Available Online English Composition I

ENG 122 Available Online English Composition II

ENG 131 Available Online Public Speaking

ENG 310 Research Writing

FIN 101 Available Online Financial Literacy

GEN 480 Available Online Senior Seminar

HUM 360 Available Online Human World Views: 3500 BCE–1650 AD

HUM 361 Available Online Human World Views: 1650 AD–Present

MAT 205 Available Online Introductory Survey of Mathematics (or equivalent)

PHI 100 Available Online Introduction  Critical Thinking

POL 300 Available Online American Politics

PSY 101 Available Online Introduction to Psychology
or SOC 101 Available Online Introduction to Sociology

Economics Elective

Experiential Learning (Co-op/Internship/Portfolio/Service Learning) (6 credits)

History Elective

Natural science elective

Select 2 Humanities courses from the following:

ART, BBM 319 Available Online, COM 245 Available Online, CUL, DRA, DSN 110 Available Online, ENG 360 Available Online, ENG 310, ETN, HIS 230 Available Online, HUM, LIT, MUS, PHI, REL, SPA, TEC 215, VMG 311 Available Online, VMG 312 Available Online, VMG 313 Available Online

Electives/Minors (60 credits)

This information applies to students who enter this degree program during the 2015-2016 Academic Year. If you entered this degree program before the Fall 2015 semester, please refer to the academic catalog for the year you began your degree program.