Work with an advisor to create a Bachelor's degree specific to your interests and goals.
Maximize the value of an undergraduate degree by designing a program of study specific to your career goals. As Liberal Studies major, you'll work with an academic advisor to create a degree plan that considers your prior learning and professional interests. The degree plan may include on-campus classes, online classes, internships, and independent study.
When you complete this program, you'll have a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science in Liberal Studies with a specialization in your chosen area of study.
You can transfer up to 90 credits toward your degree, and you'll need about 120 credits to graduate. Review the number of credits required in specialization courses, liberal arts courses, and electives. General education requirements may be fulfilled via transfer credit, Prior Learning Assessment, or Lesley courses.
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