Bachelor of Science in Liberal Arts and Sciences

Program Information

Get a well-rounded education with a Bachelor of Science in Liberal Arts and Science degree. You can tailor your degree to suit your personal and professional goals with the option of five different concentrations: business administration, Christian studies, criminal justice administration, mass communication and social sciences.

A generous credit transfer policy allows you to earn your degree faster. You can transfer up to 72 credits from a previously earned degree or up to 90 credits if you have served in the military. The flexible, fully online program allows you to study whenever and wherever you’d like while learning from professors who have real-world experience in their fields.

Course Offerings

This program includes 120 credit hours of study. While the completion time may vary, the program can be completed in four years, but with the maximum allowable transfer credits, it can be finished in as little as one year.

Required 32 credit hours in general education

Business Administration Concentration (21 credit hours)
Take each course on this list (three credits each):
BA 100 – Introduction to Business
BA 301 – Marketing I
BA 311 – Principles of Management
ECO 222 – Microeconomics
Three business electives, one course must be level 300-400

Christian Studies Concentration (21 credit hours)
Take each course on this list (three credits each):
CHS 230 – Spiritual Formation
CHS 251 – Ministry of Christian Leadership
CHS 354 – Introduction to Christian Evangelism
CHS 432 – Christian Theology
Three Christian Studies electives, one course must be level 300-400

Criminal Justice Administration Concentration (21 credit hours)
Take each course on this list (three credits each):
SOC 110 – Introduction to Sociology
CJ 101 – Introduction to the Criminal Justice System
CJ 235 – Criminology
CJ 421 – Corrections
Three Criminal Justice electives, one course must be level 300-400

Mass Communication Concentration (21 credit hours)
Choose one of the following courses on this list (three credits each):
MAC 120 – Fundamentals of Speech
MAC 140 Introduction to Communication

Take each course on this list (three credits each):
MAC 175 – Introduction to Broadcasting and Digital Media
MAC 210 – Mass Media and Society
MAC 365 – Public Relations
Three Mass Communication electives, one course must be level 300-400

Social Sciences Concentrations (21 credit hours)

Economics
Take each course on this list (three credits each):
ECO 110 – Introduction to Economics
Any upper division Economics course not previously taken
Four Social Science electives, two courses must be upper division (12 credits total)

Choose one of the following courses on this list (three credits each):
ECO 221 – Microeconomics
ECO 222 – Macroeconomics

History
Take each course on this list (three credits each):
HST 110 – United States to 1877
HST 120 – United States Since 1877
Any upper division History course not previously taken
Four Social Science electives, two courses must be upper division (12 credits total)

Political Science
Take each course on this list (three credits each):
POL 110 – American Government
Any Political Science course not previously taken
Any upper division Political Science course not previously taken
Four Social Science electives, two courses must be upper division (12 credits total)

Psychology
Take each course on this list (three credits each):
PSY 111 – General Psychology
Any Psychology course not previously taken
Any upper division Psychology course not previously taken
Four Social Science electives, two courses must be upper division (12 credits total)

Sociology
Take each course on this list (three credits each):
SOC 110 – Introduction to Sociology
Any Sociology course not previously taken
Any upper division Sociology course not previously taken
Four Social Science electives, two courses must be upper division (12 credits total)

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Course details are based on information available at the time of publication. Specific program requirements are subject to change.

Real-World Preparation

Gain a variety of skills in an area of your choice with our online liberal arts and science degree. Through Campbellsville’s fully online program, you will also get:

  • A customizable degree with five concentrations and electives of your choice
  • Insight from professors with real-world experience
  • The ability to transfer a generous amount of credits so that you can earn your degree faster
  • 24/7 support for your educational and technical needs

How to Apply

The Campbellsville application program is simple and straightforward. Follow these steps to begin your journey:

  1. Submit a complete application for admission form.
  2. Arrange for the office of admissions to receive an official transcript (containing a complete record of all courses attempted) from each college or university previously and currently attended.
  3. If transferring less than 24 credit hours, arrange for the office of admissions to receive an official and final high school transcript and an official ACT or SAT score report.

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This program is also available on campus in a traditional format. Learn more about Campbellsville University’s traditional Bachelor of Science in Liberal Arts and Science.

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