Academic Director: Carl Grindley
CUNY School of Professional Studies
101 West 31st Street, 7th Floor
New York, NY 10001
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The B.A. in Liberal Studies provides students the opportunity to acquire the means to understand and interpret the events, data, texts, artifacts, and other elements of our shared and individual experiences-past, present, and projected-local, urban, and global.
The program consists of courses in liberal arts and sciences, which includes the study of English and other literatures and languages, history and philosophy, art and music, social and natural sciences, and all subjects that study human experience. Rather than concentrate on one of these disciplines, the B.A. in Liberal Studies combines them to focus on questions and problems that cross disciplines, allowing students to develop skills and competencies shared by all liberal arts and sciences rather than those of just one discipline, special area, or interdisciplinary field
Students who complete the B.A. in Liberal Studies are able to:
- Conduct individual research;
- Construct clear, reasoned arguments;
- Conduct evidence-based analysis;
- Demonstrate and apply analysis of ethical behavior, and;
- Demonstrate detailed awareness of essential aspects of personal career development.
Applicants must possess at least 24 transferrable credits from an accredited institution with a minimum GPA of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale. Applicants need to demonstrate basic proficiency in reading, writing, and math.