Bachelor of Liberal Studies

Bachelor of Liberal Studies - Humanities (Professional + Continuing Studies)

The bachelor of liberal studies with a concentration in humanities gives you a wide-array of course choices. From English, history, music and foreign languages to philosophy, religious studies, and visual arts, your degree coursework will open the doors to a number of different areas of study.

www.loyno.edu/professional-studies/evening/humanities

Major Courses Hrs.
Humanities Electives
A student may select courses from English, foreign language, history*, music, philosophy, religious studies, and visual arts. A minimum of 18 credit hours and a maximum of 27 credit hours are required in one discipline. At least 18 credit hours in major courses must be upper division-level courses.
Adjunct (12 credit hours)
33 crs.
Social Sciences Electives
A student may select courses from anthropology, criminal justice, history*, organizational behavior, political science, psychology, and sociology.
9 crs.
Mathematics/Natural Sciences Elective
A student may select from computer information systems, computer science, mathematics, and natural sciences.
3 crs.
Core Courses 42 crs.
Free Electives 33 crs.
Total Credit Hours 120 crs.

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Bachelor of Liberal Studies - Social Sciences (Professional + Continuing Studies)

The bachelor of liberal studies with a concentration in social sciences gives you a wide-array of course choices. From anthropology, criminal justice, history* and organizational behavior to political science, psychology and sociology, your degree coursework will open the doors to a number of different areas of study.

www.loyno.edu/professional-studies/evening/social-sciences

Major Courses Credits
Social Science Electives
A student may select courses from anthropology, criminal justice, history*, organizational behavior, political science, psychology, and sociology. A minimum of 18 credit hours and a maximum of 27 credit hours are required in one discipline. A student may not take more than 15 hours in criminal justice or organizational behavior courses as major electives. At least 18 credit hours in major courses must be upper division-level courses.
Adjunct (12 credit hours)
33 crs.
Humanities Electives
A student may select courses from English, history*, music and foreign languages to philosophy, religious studies, and visual arts.
9 crs.
Mathematics/Natural Sciences Elective
A student may select from computer information systems, computer science, mathematics, and natural sciences.
3 crs.
Core Courses 42 crs.
Free Electives 33 crs.
Total 120 crs.

View Core Curriculum Requirements »