Liberal Arts Adult Degree Program
The Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree in the Liberal Arts at Concordia University is designed to make sure that adult students emerge with a solid set of communication skills, concise writing and polished oral speaking abilities, and a great set of critical thinking skills.
- Integrated perspective. The core courses build upon the general education requirements and approach the liberal arts from an integrated perspective, which is very valuable to employers.
- Online and on-site. Our hybrid approach combines face-to-face with online instruction, making it easier to balance work and school.
- Desirable skills for the workplace. Employers can train new hires in specialized skills on the job, but they can't train workers to have the critical thinking skills, problem solving abilities, and the capacity for lifelong learning that today's organizations require. Our faculty will prepare you with all of these assets. The universality of liberal arts skills truly is your ace in the hole because you are not limited by a specialization.
- Lifetime of meaningful work. In the Liberal Arts major, you will look at a broader view of how a content area relates to other related areas. This perspective provides you the opportunity to read from the arts and sciences and explore how educated individuals apply this knowledge to their lives and workplace. This approach equips you with skills for a lifetime of meaningful work.
Graduates of the Liberal Arts Adult Degree Program demonstrate:
- An increased ability to think, read, and communicate with confidence and knowledge.
- An ability to consider ideas and opinions from various points of view.
- An appreciation and understanding of the importance of the arts as they apply to our cultural history.
- A basic understanding of scientific principles with which they can articulate their worldview as it relates to a distinctively Christian worldview.
For more information about the Liberal Arts Adult Degree Program, please fill out our inquiry form or contact our admissions counselor, Taylor Sirna, at [email protected] or (949) 214-3615.