Associate of Arts in Liberal Studies
Acceptance into the Associate of Arts in Liberal Studies program at Limestone College allows a student to design their own course of study within the Academic pisions of the college. Students are given the chance to utilize any of the courses listed in the catalog as long as they take a minimum of 21 credit hours of 200 or above level classes involving two separate academic pisions within the school. An additional 35 credit hours of general education courses are required to graduate.
The aim of this program is to allow the student to take an interdisciplinary approach to the field of study they wish to be in. Liberal Studies is within the pision of Arts and Letters at Limestone College. Students in the Associate of Arts in Liberal Studies program are required to take elective classes within two separate pisions of the school. These include the Behavioral Science pision, the Natural Science pision, the Professional Studies pision, and the Arts and Letters pision. In order to receive the Associates degree, students must not only take a minimum of 62 hours of classes, they must also pass a General Education and Assessment Examination at the end of their last semester.
This particular degree falls under the programs available under the Extended Campus program at Limestone College. Limestone College has approximately 2,600 extended campus students attending classes on eight different campuses around South Carolina as well as on the Internet. A maximum of 46 hours of transfer credits are accepted under relevant circumstances.
A student may earn this degree after they have completed 62 credit hours of courses and have a cumulative GPA of 2.0. The Extended Campus Internet Program charges $441 for 1 credit hour classes, $1,083 for 3 credit hour classes, and $1,404 for 4 credit hour classes. Over half of the living alumni of Limestone College are Extended Campus graduates. Financial aid and scholarships are available.
Delivery Format:100% Online
Accreditation & Licensing
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges
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