Associate Of Arts: Liberal Studies
Amridge University offers a Associate of Arts in Liberal Studies for students who are interested in developing their general education knowledge required for an undergraduate degree, but are not interested in specializing in a certain field. This program will allow students to pick their elective courses and develop a solid academic foundation for those who are not ready to choose a topic for study. However, by completing this study, students will be prepared for the challenges ahead in bachelor studies and other undergraduate programs and can transfer their credits to do so.
The program consists of classroom courses that emphasize real-world education through examination of cases and other real-world examples in education that will be applicable on the job. Those classes include math and natural science, social science or behavioral science, humanities or fine arts, written or speech communications, or English language, communicating via e-portfolio and resume, general education electives, miracles and parables of Christ, survey of ecclesiastical history, world geography, the passion of Christ and the establishment of the church, the scheme of redemption, people, science, and the environment, general psychology, and you and the American government.
Through completion of the program, students will have demonstrated the professionalism and skill necessary to have earned their degree. The qualifications demonstrate that the student has been able to apply the principles they learned in the program into their development as a functional and affective professional in their field. These qualifications include the ability to demonstrate acquired skills and knowledge in the general education areas that are the foundations for life skills and further education, to demonstrate gained knowledge of government and philosophical foundations, and to demonstrate a developed foundation for further study in a chosen area.
Delivery Format:100% Online
Accreditation & Licensing
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges
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