Liberal Arts

A Degree in Liberal Arts  from one of our partner universities will enhance your awareness and understanding of differences and similarities among people all over the world, including yourself

You will sharpen your skills in many areas, such as: writing and research, critical reading and thinking, examination and analysis of literary texts, social structures, values, norms, belief systems and historical perspectives and many more. Additionally, students will gain the baseline knowledge to prepare them for many different career fields and advanced degrees

Degree map

A Degree MAP is your step by step guide for taking all the courses you need to earn your degree. Each undergraduate program has its own combination of requirements that are needed to complete the program and earn your bachelor’s degree. Our advisors will walk you through the process and help set you up for success. The Degree MAP is composed of a student’s core concentration courses, on top of their general requirements per University and the electives. Depending on their degree path students will be required to take different amounts of Lower and Upper level courses, that are introductory all the way to advanced level courses per discipline.
General Education Credits
Core Credits
Electives credits
Partner University Credits
Job Growth Rate 5.1% Recommended Degree Bachelor’s National Avg. Salary
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What Career Paths does this Degree Program offer?

  • Advertising representative
  • Teacher
  • Events director
  • Graduate school
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Graphic designer
  • Government Service
  • Human resources specialist
  • Journalist
  • Labor Relations
  • Marketing

Earth Science (SCI-102)

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This course introduces scientific investigations, methods, observations, and communication, along with common tools and methods used for understanding Earth and its environments. Minerals and rocks that make up the Earth’s crust, Earth’s features, identification, and uniqueness as a planet are also covered in this course. Students will also examine continental drift, seafloor spreading, plate tectonic movement, plate boundaries, landforms, volcanic activity, earthquakes, and mountains resulting from plate tectonic processes, as well as surface processes that create and modify landforms

Introduction to Physical Oceanography (SCI 101)

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This course is designed to introduce students to physical processes that occur in oceans in such a way that they will understand both the conceptual physical principles and at the larger scale how these fit into the earth as a system. Basic equations which describe the principles upon which physical oceanography is based are examined and applied to principles related to waves, tides, currents, and the large-scale ocean circulation.

Introduction to Psychology (PSY 101)

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This course will introduce the fundamental principles of psychology and major subjects of psychological inquiry. It has been designed to not only provide the tools necessary for the study of psychology, but to present a sampling of the major areas of psychology research. The course begins with a short overview of how psychology developed as an academic discipline and an introduction to a number of the principal methodologies most commonly deployed in its study.

Legal and Ethical Issues in Healthcare (HCA 316)

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This course focuses on the legal and ethical issues that arise for healthcare workers in the modern era. It covers the various types of ethical dilemmas, differentiating between legal, religious, and situational ethics. It also explores past ethical issues to learn from and improve moving forward with the future of the healthcare system. The course addresses the introduction of ethics in the legal system and how it continues to grow and change in countless areas. This includes government ethics, organizational ethics, healthcare ethics, and the healthcare committee. This course is taught with the purpose of helping students become healthcare professionals with a strong ethical understanding and ability to craft solutions.

Notice: All courses are samples of general courses offered by SmarterDegree, its partners and Universities. Not all courses listed are the exact titles or offered directly from