The Liberal Arts associate degree online provides students with a wide knowledge-base in areas of communication, language and literature, religion and philosophy, fine arts, natural science and math, and studies in social and behavioral sciences.
An Associate of Arts in Liberal Arts online degree offers students a strong foundation of General Education Requirements along with components of various majors necessary for achieving the educational outcomes of this degree.
Liberal arts graduates develop critical thinking, judgment, and communication skills sought by employers in any industry. This degree is valued in its capacity to prepare students for continued studies at the bachelor’s level.
The Associate of Arts in Liberal Arts is a gateway and foundation for future work toward a more advanced degree in several different areas.
The Associate of Arts in Liberal Arts Online program from Brescia University offers:
- Flexible Courses
Courses are designed with the adult student in mind, enabling qualified students to complete a degree in as little as two years.
- Accredited Program
Brescia University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097; telephone number 404-679-4501).
The Associate of Liberal Arts online degree at Brescia University is offered at an affordable price. Federal and state financial aid is available to those students who qualify.
- Adult Friendly Campus
Brescia University has been at the forefront of adult-centered education. Adult students receive exceptional service as they complete their degrees at Brescia University.
A Liberal Arts education shapes the whole person and is characterized by the search for truth and beauty.
The Liberal Arts Associate Online Degree is a great starting point for students who are uncertain of which major to pick. Once earned, the Liberal Arts associate degree credits transfer seamlessly to any of our online bachelor’s degrees offered through BUonline.
- Graduation Requirement: 60 credit hours
- General Education Requirement: 42 credit hours