Liberal Studies: Curriculum
The liberal studies curriculum is flexible in nature. The associate degree requires a total of 60 credits (30 in general education, 24 in the major, 6 in electives). Of the 24 credits in the major, 15 credits must be of lower division and 9 must be of upper division.
The required courses in the major are to be selected from the following areas:
Humanities: art, communication studies, English, literature, music, philosophy, Spanish, and theatre.
Natural Sciences: biology, chemistry, computer science, earth science, environmental science, mathematics, physical science, and physics.
Social Sciences: anthropology, criminal justice, economics, geography, history, political sciences, psychology, sociology and social work.