Liberal Studies

An Applied Baccalaureate in Liberal Studies is a great choice for students who have completed a two-year Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree in a career- or technical-related field but who want a simple path to a four-year degree. Students in this program have already earned a credential
that prepares them for the workforce, and now they are ready to get a customized general education that teaches lifelong skills such as critical thinking, writing and problem solving.

credits needed for the Liberal Studies major

class formats: in-person, online, hybrid

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of students are assigned multiple advisers devoted to guiding them through their four years at WOU

Sample four-year degree plan

Learning outcomes

  • Practice different and varied forms of knowledge, inquiry, and expression that frame academic and applied learning.
  • Articulate the challenges, responsibilities and privileges of belonging in a complex, diverse, interconnected world.
  • Demonstrate the ability to evaluate information and develop evidence-based conclusions.
  • Integrate perspectives and strategies across disciplines to answer questions and solve problems.

Career opportunities

  • State government
  • Supervisory/management in current field
  • Entrepreneur
  • Business owner

Coordinator

SUE MONAHAN

Interim Division Chair of Computer Science. Associate Provost for Academic Effectiveness/Professor, VP Academic Affairs/Provost
503-838-9216 | smonahan@wou.edu | AD 205 / OED 224

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Contact Us

Phone: 503-838-9216

Email: smonahan@wou.edu

Location: RWC 140