General Studies (A.S.)

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Earn a degree that matches your educational and career goals with a college degree program you design. A General Studies degree program, from associate to bachelor’s level, lets you explore and excel in multiple disciplines. Select three minors from three separate academic departments to put together your personalized degree program. Transfer in prior learning experiences, such as courses taken previously at another institution, into your program to shorten the time to graduation. Then, get the well-rounded liberal arts education you need to get ahead in your career, and in life!

This program will do more than enhance your credentials. It will give you the tools you need to advance – or change – your career. Depending on your personalized degree program, potential career opportunities could include:

  • Management
  • Business Ownership
  • Entrepreneurialism
  • Administration
  • And more!

Whether you pursue an Associate degree, a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science, your General Studies program can be completed 100% online—and on your schedule. Learn more by filling out the form on this page. We’ll be in touch soon.

Program Outcomes

Develop a robust skills foundation transferrable to a number of technical fields.

Cultivate an applied approach to your area of expertise.

Master scientific concepts that reflect real-world applications.

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