Liberal Studies encompasses a diverse range of academic areas. To complete a Liberal Studies major, each student must select two academic areas from our choice of seven concentrations. The remaining five academic areas will then serve as “support areas.”
Courses taken to meet the General Education requirements and the Christian Worldview requirements for the B.S. degree may not also be used to satisfy course requirements for the major in Liberal Studies. The following departmental offerings are available to meet the Concentration requirements for the Liberal Studies major.
Art, Music, Drama, Literature
Science & Mathematics
Health Careers, General Forensic, Natural Science, Biology Sciences/Environmental Sciences, Aviation/Science, Math/Science
Communications, Journalism, English, Speech/Theatre
Philosophy & Religion
Practical Ministry, Biblical Literature, Children’s Ministry, Worship Arts, Family Ministry, Missions
Psychology/Sociology, History, History/Political Science, Criminal Justice, Psychology, Sociology, Family Studies/Focus on the Family, Political Science, Family Studies/Christian Center for Urban Studies
Business, Management, Small Business Management, Accounting, Computer Applications
Sport Science & Health (P.E.)
Exercise Science, Sport Management, Recreation, Sports/Coaching, Sport Science & Health
We invite you to apply today and pursue your passion while working toward a Liberal Studies degree.