Liberal Studies is a multidisciplinary degree that takes in aspects of many fields within the humanities. A degree in liberal studies can be used for a wide variety of post-graduate paths, and is great for those who have an interest in primarily studying history or philosophy in college. Liberal arts majors consistently perform well in the workplace and in admittance into law and business school, as well as graduate programs. Liberal Studies teaches research, evidence evaluation, communication, and problem solving. Those following this path oftentimes follow a history or philosophy tract, allowing for a more specialized focus of study.
- The Bachelor of Liberal Studies degree may be selected as a double degree only if the other major field is not one of the disciplines listed in Requirement II.
- Develop the ability to define goals and outcomes for themselves and pursue them to completion
- Integrate ideas and information from at least two liberal arts disciplines
- Acquire knowledge of two major areas in the liberal arts