Liberal Arts (online)

Bachelor of Arts

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Did you postpone your undergraduate education to work or family obligations? This online degree program is designed for busy adults and professionals who are going back to school to finish their degree. As you work toward your liberal arts degree, you’ll gain valuable problem-solving skills that you can immediately apply to your career. 

Plus, Lynn blends new ideas and technologies to make learning more dynamic than you’ve ever imagined. Our award-winning iPad®-powered curriculum is more affordable than traditional textbooks, so you’ll save substantially on book costs. 

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

Curriculum & requirements

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Career opportunities

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Estimated annual tuition

iPad-powered learning
iPad-powered learning

Embrace new ideas and experience technologies that make learning more dynamic than you ever imagined.

iPad

Learning doesn’t get more innovative than this. 

At Lynn University, we embrace technology by encouraging our students to engage with course content through iPads, and our professors can develop custom course materials. 

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Beyond the classroom

Step outside the classroom and enjoy hands-on learning opportunities and real-world experiences.

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Learning is more than sitting in a classroom 

Complete one three-week J-Term course and explore innovative ideas, topics and experiential learning. 

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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. 

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.

PSY 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.

Graduates must complete a total of 120 credits.

Careers in liberal arts

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

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