This liberal arts bachelor's degree provides a solid foundation of knowledge and practical skills for future teachers and those entering a variety of other professions. Our experienced faculty create a stimulating interdiciplinary learning environment for you to explore a broad range of topics. This major is designed to prepare you for success in your life, community and career.
- A challenging and supportive academic environment
- Cohort groups meet face-to-face for class one night per week
- Cohorts of 12-24 adults progress through the program together
- Experienced university faculty and assignments that apply to everyday life
- Students come from a variety of life stages and cultural backgrounds
- 18 month program
Never has the need for effective educators been greater. Liberal arts graduates are prepared for a variety of fields, including private and public education, business and industry, government agencies, and nonprofit and faith-based organizations. Currently, our liberal arts graduates are serving as teachers, school counselors and school administrators, as well as in law enforcement, business and industry, county and local government, and non-profit and faith-based agencies.
- Completed application form and $40 fee (fee waived if you attend an information meeting)
- All application pieces, official transcripts, recommendation form and admissions essay
- Minimum 2.4 GPA
- 60 transferable baccalaureate level units
- Four years post-secondary experience
- KIN-121: Concepts of Wellness
- MATH-136: Mathematical Concepts I
- MATH-137: Mathematical Concepts II
*These co-requisite courses are required for graduation, and it is strongly recommended that students complete these courses prior to beginning the cohort.
What courses will I be taking?
View a list of courses and descriptions.
How much does it cost?
Tuition is competitively priced and financial aid is available. View details on tuition and fees.
When can I start?
New cohorts are formed each spring (February) and fall (August).
How do I apply?
The application process is straightforward. View details on how to apply.
For additional information or for program availability, contact the following Degree Completion Offices:
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To view all of the majors offered in the degree completion program, please visit our degree completion program page.
Degree completion information meetings
are held on the first Thursday of every month at 5:30 p.m.
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