December 15, 2015 Kenneth Colangelo

Liberal Arts and Sciences (A.S.)

Provides a comprehensive two-year undergraduate education designed to meet the needs of those who plan to complete a bachelor’s degree in an area of liberal arts and sciences, or who wish to explore an area of intellectual interest. The electives in the program allow students to develop concentrations in such fields as the fine arts, English, history, languages, science, mathematics, philosophy, or social sciences.

Program Outcomes:

Upon successful completion of all courses in the program, students will be able to:

  1. analyze, synthesize, and manipulate new information, ideas, and language in their historical and cultural contexts.
  2. present ideas in oral, written, and visual form in a variety of contexts and formats appropriate to their audience and purpose.
  3. demonstrate an ability to use systematic, logical, and critical processes to identify and research problems and to propose/evaluate alternative solutions.
  4. identify, locate, evaluate, and use electronic, print and/or media information services.
  5. demonstrate awareness of a range of theoretical, cultural, and/or philosophical views related to an issue in the liberal arts and sciences.
  6. identify aesthetic elements in literature and the arts, and draw appropriate inferences about the artistic product and the environment in which it was produced.
  7. identify a range of intellectual and/or artistic contributions to human knowledge and life.
  8. analyze and apply numerical concepts in varied contexts.
  9. demonstrate an ability to use cognitive skills and problem-solving techniques to analyze data and scientific information.

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