Letters, Arts and Sciences (B.A.)

Overview  

Students interested in working alongside faculty to design a program focused on research, critical thinking, application of theory and communications may find the Bachelor of Arts degree in Letters, Arts, and Sciences interesting. 

What to Expect  

Students will develop a wide variety of courses that will prepare you to address complex social, cultural, ethical, and organizational issues you may face in leadership positions.  

Students will take courses that focus on: 

  • World Language 
  • Other Cultures 
  • Theory 
  • Critical Thinking 
  • Communications 
  • Research 

Career Opportunities  

Graduates in the Letters, Arts & Sciences program can find an array of career opportunities that include, but not limited to: 

  • Government Agencies  
  • Non-Profit Organizations  
  • For-Profit Organizations  
  • Education 
  • Healthcare  
  • Business 
  • Communications  

  

 

The official course requirements for this degree can be viewed in the online Undergraduate Bulletin under the suggested academic plan