B.A. in Liberal Arts  |  A.A. in Liberal Arts

B.A. in Liberal Arts

Department Mission: The mission of the Department of English and Humanities is to support students in their pursuit of knowledge and to prepare them for participation in the increasingly global culture of the 21st century.

Degree Program Mission: The Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts in an innovative, interdisciplinary degree that fosters students who think critically, creatively, and independently, and who have the skills to work in all type of situations and communicate with all types of people.

Student Learning Outcomes:

  1. Students will demonstrate competence in their written, oral, and visual communication skills as well as the ability to think creatively and critically.
  2. Students will be able to critique their work in oral and written form.
  3. Students will evidence an understanding of the Western cultural heritage, and an appreciation of the diversity of perspectives on the human condition.
  4. Students will express their satisfaction (or dissatisfaction) with, and offer suggestions on how to improve the degree plan.

A.A. in Liberal Arts

Department Mission: The mission of the Department is to support students in their pursuit of knowledge and to prepare them for participation in the increasingly global culture of the 21st century.

Degree Program Mission: A study of the Liberal Arts provides a strong, broad-based education in liberal arts, emphasizing concepts, experiences, and creations of people from pre-history to the present. The Associate in Arts in Liberal Arts is designed to provide students with a sound grounding in our cultural heritage in a two-year degree which meets the general education requirements for transfer to a four-year degree.

Student Learning Outcomes:

  1. Students will demonstrate written, oral, and visual communication skills, as well as the ability to think creatively and critically.
  2. Students will demonstrate humanistic awareness and an appreciation for the diversity of perspectives as regards the human condition.
  3. Students will express their satisfaction (or dissatisfaction) with, and offer suggestions on how to improve, the degree program.