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Liberal Arts Studies

Campus Location: 
Grand Island
Lincoln
Omaha
School: 
College of Professional Studies
Overview

The liberal arts program is specifically designed for nontraditional students seeking a bachelor's degree for career advancement and personal growth.

With a liberal arts degree you earn a bachelor's degree in a timely manner, focusing on the development of critical and analytical skills, oral and written communication skills, and a strong liberal arts component to balance the technical knowledge acquired through an associate's degree.

Learning Environment
Our Lincoln campus is specifically designed to serve our adult nontraditional - undergraduate, graduate and non-degree-seeking students.  We are proud to meet the needs and objectives of students who have to juggle a college education with responsibilities as career professionals and parents. As a student here, you'll discover:
  • A rich selection of degree and course options, including some of the most relevant graduate programs in Nebraska.
  • Faculty who combine impressive academic qualifications with extensive professional experience.
  • Small, conveniently scheduled classes and a curriculum flexible enough to meet your individual needs.
A friendly community where you can make lifelong connections with classmates from a wide variety of professional and personal backgrounds.
Coursework

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CMS 112 - Small Group Communication (3)
ECO 203 - Macroeconomics and Literacy (3)
HIS 205 - History of the United States I (3)
HIS 206 - History of the United States II (3)
PSI 101 - American Politics (3)
PSI 323 - State and Local Politics (3)
PSY 117 - Introduction to Psychology (3)
PSY 259 - Lifespan Development (3)
SOC 109 - Introduction to Sociology (3)
ANT 308 - Cultural Anthropology (3)
SOC 308 - Cultural Anthropology (3)
BUS 101 - Understanding the Environment of Business (3)
BUS 357 - International Marketing (3)
CMS 321 - Intercultural Communication (3)
ENG 205 - World Literature I (3)
ENG 206 - World Literature II (3)
ENG 329 - Great Plains Studies (3)
GEG 301 - Social-Cultural Geography (3)
HIS 106 - History of Civilization II (3)
HIS 304 - Military History (3)
HIS 321 - American Race Relations (3)
HIS 357 - The Harlem Renaissance (3)
INT 101 - Global Issues (3)
MUS 335 - World Music (3)
PRE 115 - Comparative Religions (3)
PSI 105 - Comparative Governments (3)
SOC 324 - Race and Nationality (3)
SPA 101 - Elementary Spanish (3)
SPA 102 - Elementary Spanish (3)
AST 103 - Introductory Astronomy (3)
BIO 101 - Introduction to Biology (4)
CHM 101 - Introduction to Chemistry (4)
GEG 112 - Physical Geography (3)
GEO 101 - Environmental Geology (3)
GEO 103 - Physical Geology (4)
GEO 104 - Historical Geology (4)
GEO 107 - Introduction to Meteorology (3)
PHS 105 - Principles of Physical Science (4)
ART 101 - Art Appreciation (3)
ART 107 - Two-Dimensional Design (3)
ART 110 - Three-Dimensional Design (3)
ART 207 - Drawing (3)
ART 234 - Introduction to Digital Photography (3)
ART 235 - Color Theory and Application (3)
FAR 103 - Introduction to Fine Arts: Music (3)
FAR 104 - Fundamentals of Music (3)
FAR 281 - Introduction to Fine Arts: Performing Arts (3)
MUS 125 - History of Rock and Roll (3)
THE 101 - Introduction to Theatre (3)
THE 103 - Acting I (3)
THE 112 - Oral Interpretation (3)
ENG 237 - Introduction to Fiction (3)
HIS 105 - History of Civilization I (3)
HSI 310 - Legal and Ethical Issues in Health Care (3)
NRS 420 - Legal and Ethical Issues in Nursing Practice (3)
PRE 110 - Philosophical Problems (3)
PRE 111 - Ethics (3)
PRE 120 - Introduction to the Old Testament (3)
PRE 121 - Introduction to the New Testament (3)
PRE 231 - History and Philosophy of Technology (3)
MTH 107 - Problem Solving (3)
MTH 108 - Modeling & Applications (3)
MTH 115 - Finite Mathematics (3)
MTH 125 - Precalculus (4)
MTH 235 - Calculus I (4)
PHI 105 - Logic and Critical Thinking (3)
CMS 105 - Fundamentals of Communication (3)
CMS 210 - Public Speaking (3)
CMS 220 - Interpersonal Communication (3)
CMS 316 - Business and Professional Communication (3)
ENG 101 - Writing Seminar (3)
BUS 205 - Business Writing (3)
IDS 206 - Introduction to Research (3)
LAR 101 - Inquiry Seminar: Learning the Art of Inquiry (3)
LAR 202 - Integrative Seminar: Democracy and Diversity (3)
LAR 303 - Impact Seminar: Connecting Knowledge to Choices and Actions (3)
CSA 101 - Introduction to Word Processing (1)
CSA 109 - Information Retrieval Skills (1)
PED 104 - Theory of Lifetime Fitness (1)