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2019-2021 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2019-2021 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Liberal Arts and Sciences Major, B.S. or B.A.


Degree offered at: Campbellsville, Casey Co., Harrodsburg

The liberal arts and sciences program focuses on the study of humanities with eight distinct concentrations. The program offers students an opportunity to express creativity, develop interpersonal and professional communication skills, and hone critical thinking abilities while maintaining the adaptability many students require.

Liberal Arts and Sciences


General Education Requirements: 41 Hours


Concentration Area: 21 Hours


Students will choose from one of the concentration areas below and complete the courses required for that area.

Business Administration Concentration


Take each course on this list: 12 Hours


Choose three Business courses, one course must be upper division: 9 Hours


Christian Studies Concentration


Choose three Christian Studies courses, one course must be upper division: 9 Hours


Criminal Justice Administration Concentration


Choose three Criminal Justice courses, one course must be upper division: 9 Hours


Mass Communications Concentration


Choose one of the courses listed below: 3 Hours


Take each course on this list: 9 Hours


Choose three Mass Communication courses, one course must be upper division: 9 Hours


Social Sciences Concentration


Economics


Take each course on this list: 6 Hours


Choose one of the courses listed below: 3 Hours


Choose four Social Science courses, two courses must be upper division: 12 Hours


History


Individualized Studies Concentration


The 21 hours can be hours from an existing program/major (that’s not a Liberal Arts and Sciences concentration area) or hours utilized to create a designed concentration area. Designed concentration areas must be approved by either the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences (for students pursuing the program on-campus) or the Dean of Regional Instruction (for students pursing the program at regional centers) or the Vice President for Academic Affairs.

Electives: 58 Hours


Choose any courses from any college or school that are not used to meet other program requirements. Of the 58 hours, 33 hours must be upper division (level 300-400).

Total: 120 Hours