The Liberal Arts: Humanities and Social Sciences A.A. degree program prepares students for academic success in baccalaureate transfer programs in
liberal arts disciplines. By offering students courses that reflect a diverse set
of global and cultural perspectives, the program expects students to
explore and reflect on human endeavors in the context of nature and society.
The Liberal Arts: Humanities and Social Sciences program enables graduates to:
- develop proficiency in written and oral communication;
- examine ideas and issues from multiple perspectives; and
- develop analytical and creative problem solving skills.
The Liberal Arts: Humanities and Social Sciences A.A. curriculum is primarily for the student who anticipates transfer to a four-year institution to
complete work for a baccalaureate degree. The curriculum serves the needs of those planning to major in disciplines within the humanities or social
sciences, including art, economics, English, communications, foreign languages, history, law, philosophy, psychology, sociology, and women’s studies.
For more information on our Liberal Arts: Humanities and Social Sciences program please view the degree requirements and contact:
Dr. Moira Maguire
Dean of the Division of Liberal Arts
Elston Hall 309