Liberal Arts Associate's Degrees
Many people who are interested in getting an education beyond a high school diploma but don't know exactly what field of study they would like to pour their full effort into opt to begin with a liberal arts & humanities associate degree. The course work provides a general education that can provide the basic skills that four-year universities want their students to have, which makes transferring to a bachelor's degree program that much easier.
A liberal arts & humanities associate degree equips students with essential writing, math, science and foreign language skills. It can be the perfect option if you are looking to prepare yourself for a bachelor's program or simply to gain a bit more education for personal satisfaction or to get a slight edge in the job market.
Additional, a liberal arts & humanities associate degree can help you whittle down what field you are truly passionate about and want to devote your life to, if you are unsure of what path to take. By taking courses in several different subjects, you can get a taste of the various options available to you. Not to be overlooked, studies have also shown that any form of higher education, whether it is a liberal arts education or a specific focus, provides you with a higher earning power when you eventually hit the job market.
Liberal Arts Schools
- Associate of Arts in Christian Ministry - Biblical Studies
- Bachelor of Arts in History
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- B.S. in Human Services / Human Services Management
- B.S. in Human Services
- B.S. in Human Services / Health and Community Services