This interdisciplinary major helps students to develop an appreciation of the questions, issues, and perspectives underlying the liberal arts, to integrate knowledge across disciplines, and to be able to apply academic learning to life pursuits. Coursework is required in a variety of areas and includes a cross-section of the humanities (e.g., history, philosophy, writing), social sciences (e.g., anthropology, economics, sociology), natural sciences (e.g., math, biology, psychology), and the arts (e.g., art history, studio art, music). The flexibility of the liberal studies degree allows students to choose advanced courses that best suit their needs and interests. This major is also offered at the extension site at Rockland Community College.
|1.||Humanities courses||15 credits|
|2.||Natural sciences courses||15 credits|
|3.||Social sciences courses||15 credits|
|4.||Performing and/or visual arts courses||6 credits|
|5.||Upper-level liberal arts courses:
a. First area*
b. Second area*
*Areas: Humanities, natural sciences, social sciences; the first and second areas must be distinct
(may include up to 30 non-liberal arts credits)
Please refer to the Overview of Academic Requirements for additional information.
Enrollment Policies (matriculated students)