Many people understand the need for a higher education, but from the development of intellect and experience and developing marketability as a person to employers. However, some people don’t know what their path is, even when they get to that point even when they have to choose. Many people don’t have the desire to learn business or the drive to study science, technology, engineering, or math.
Options for those people who haven’t decided on a specific discipline have options, such as Florida Tech University’s Liberal Arts degree, an opportunity to a wide variety of topics and disciplines without focusing on a specific path. Students studying Liberal Arts will be exposed to topics such as philosophy, the humanities, social sciences, art, religion, and natural science. In addition to offering a wide variety of topics to learn, the Associate of Arts degree in Liberal Arts from Florida Tech can be earned entirely online in eighteen months.
With the skills developed from a Liberal Arts degree, students have opportunities in fields such as Human Resources, Administration, or Office Management. However, those seeking a Liberal Arts degree will be a building block towards a path of the student’s choosing, which may not be known yet. Students that earn a Liberal Arts degree are encouraged to continue the path of their education and development. However, in fields that typically are held by High School graduates, Liberal Arts students have the possibility of paths and promotions that aren’t available to workers who haven’t gone to college. Before seeking an Associate of Arts degree in Liberal Arts, students must have earned a High School degree or equivalent.
Official transcripts of high school graduation or GED equivalent (if fewer than 24 semester credit hours at an accredited institution). Official transcripts of all regionally accredited higher education institutions attended. Official records for any advancement exams, including CLEP, GED college-level examinations, and /or DANTES, USAFI examinations.
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