Liberal Arts

Effective communicator • Critical thinker • Creative problem-solver

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Why should you earn your bachelor’s degree in Liberal Arts?

You know you need your bachelor’s degree to gain skills and knowledge that will make you more marketable and will lead to a great job or promotion, but you’re busy. You have a demanding job and a busy personal life, and you want the shortest path possible to your degree. Our Liberal Arts major enables you to maximize your transfer credit, which will allow you to graduate sooner.

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Enroll in Classes

Schedule a call with an admissions counselor to learn more about the psychology program. If you have previous college credit, request a free transcript review (transfer up to 84 credit hours).

Next, start your application and get accepted. 

Earn your degree

As a Liberal Arts student at JBU, you will study a wide range of subjects, like philosophy, communication, and literature. This broad exposure will help you become a well-rounded person who can connect ideas, solve problems, and communicate effectively.

Land a great job

After earning your degree, land a great job or get a promotion. 95% of online undergrad students landed* within 6 months of graduation, according to a survey conducted by the JBU Career Development Center for 2018-2019 graduates. 

*landed: employed, grad school, volunteer, or military

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Benefits of JBU's Liberal Arts program

 

Transfer more credit into this program, reducing the amount of time to finish your degree.

Complete your coursework on your schedule through JBU's flexible, fully online program.

Receive one-on-one support from professor through smaller class sizes.

Gain expertise from professors with real-life experience. 

Graduate feeling equipped to honor God and serve others by studying various subjects from a biblical worldview.

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Considering Grad School? 

 

Maximize your return on investment and get a head start on your graduate degree. You can earn up to 12 credit hours of graduate classes and apply it to both your undergrad and graduate degrees. 

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