Liberal Arts

Bachelor of Arts (iLynn)

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 As you work toward your degree in liberal arts, you’ll gain valuable problem-solving skills that you can immediately apply to your career. This program is great for liberal arts majors who intend to pursue a law degree or graduate studies or a broad range of careers

This liberal arts degree is great for individuals going back to school. You can earn your degree online while still fulfilling your work and family obligations. Finish your undergraduate degree, land an exciting new career, or enroll in a graduate program.

What liberal arts majors will learn

  • Critical thinking, problem-solving and analysis
  • Literature, the arts, history, philosophy and contemporary social issues
  • Communication skills of speaking, writing and aesthetic appreciation
  • Upper-level coursework in intercultural communication, entrepreneurship, social psychology and more

Curriculum & requirements

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Career opportunities

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Estimated annual tuition

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Liberal arts curriculum

The liberal arts curriculum at Lynn provides a wealth of knowledge in various topics, from computer sciences to arts and letters. With upper-level requirements, you’ll develop an advanced skill set in intercultural communication, entrepreneurship and social psychology. 

Graduates must complete a total of 120 credits in the following categories:

  • 33 university core curriculum credits
  • 42 major credits
  • 45 elective credits

Course preview

POL 100: Geopolitical Affairs
Explore the relationships between people, culture and place as they deal with realities from poverty and population booms, to environmental sustainability and food security. Focus on several key global challenges which include economic crises, environmental decline and sustainability, food security, migration, population distribution, poverty, war and urbanization.

SY 100: Human Behavior
Learn how human beings function as individuals, within groups and as members of particular societies. Explore human behavior within the context of prosocial human behavior, abnormal human behavior and the result of maladaptive human behavior.

PSY 360: Social Psychology
Understand the processes underlying and resulting from group interactions, with a focus on areas such as persuasion, conformity, aggression, prejudice, interpersonal evaluation and interpersonal attraction.

Careers in liberal arts

A degree in liberal arts provides an education for a wide range of careers, such as:

  • Realtor
  • Teacher
  • Journalist
  • Public relations specialist
  • Hospitality manager
  • Economist

You may also choose to continue your studies in a graduate program and pursue one of the following career paths:

  • Psychologist 
  • Paralegal
  • Attorney 
  • Professor 
  • Court administrator 
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