LS 300 is a required core course that most Liberal Studies majors take during their junior year. This course gives a more through look at what a Liberal Studies Degree is and what students can do with such a degree. This course focuses on the purpose of interdisciplinary study, the ways interdisciplinary studies apply to everyday problems, and the reasons why this degree is in demand.

Reflections 
(11/2/2010 4:19 PM)

Before I took this class, I was still curious about the Liberal Studies degree. Now that I have taken this class, I have a better knowledge of what I can do with my degree and I can know understand better the places that this degree is needed. Primarily, I decided to take this degree to become a teacher. Now I know that teaching is not the only reason why people decide to major in Liberal Studies.