Degree Levels Offered for Liberal Studies

Sample Free Open
Liberal Studies Courses

Media Course Start Date Professor School
001 full-course 1 Classical Rhetoric and Modern Political Discourse 2009-09-01 Fall 2009 Leslie Perelman Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
In this class, students will read and write persuasive texts in order to expand critical and analytical thinking and writing skills.
001 full-course 1 Fundamentals of English Grammar N/A N/A XSIQ
This course is intended to be an overview of the fundamentals of English grammar, with particular focus on punctuation and writing in English.
001 full-course 1 Introduction to English Grammar - Tenses and Sentence Structure N/A N/A AngloLink
This course provides a comprehensive review of sentence structure and discrepancies with tenses, including common mistakes people make, how word order changes the meaning of a sentence, and accurate usage of various tenses.
008 full-course 8 Logic and Critical Thinking N/A N/A Saylor
Introduces the concept of critical thinking and expounds on the basics of meaning analysis, then explores a primer in analyzing arguments.
029 full-course 29 Logic and Decision Making 2013-03-01 Spring 2013 Eric M. Campbell University of California, San Diego (UCSD)
Students are introduced to probability, inductive logic, scientific reasoning, and rational choice.
000 full-course Logic and Proofs N/A N/A Carnegie Mellon University
Study the steps of logic and proofs in this course from Carnegie Mellon University.
001 full-course 1 Rhetoric 2010-03-01 Spring 2010 Steven Strang Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
In this class, students will learn about the art and craft of persuasion.
001 full-course 1 Rhetoric: Rhetoric of Science 2006-03-01 Spring 2006 Mya Poe Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
This class discusses the art and craft of persuasion as it has been used by scientists throughout the ages.

Accredited Online Liberal Studies Degrees

School Accepts Transfer Credits Freshmen Acceptance Rate Financial Aid Rate Graduation Rate
Spartanburg Community College Yes 100% 98% 13%
Southern Arkansas University Tech Yes N/A 94% 39%
National College-Cleveland Yes 100% 100% N/A
Anthem College-Phoenix Yes 100% 78% 46%
Black Hawk College Yes 100% 100% 19%
Pennsylvania State University-Penn State Greater Allegheny Yes 81% 96% 46%
Charter Oak State College Yes 100% 21% N/A
Webster University Yes 59% 90% 64%
Seattle Community College-Central Campus Yes N/A 60% 32%
Herzing University-Kenosha Yes 79% 100% N/A
University of Dayton Yes 55% 98% 78%
Unification Theological Seminary Yes N/A N/A N/A
Marist College Yes 31% 86% 80%
Rasmussen College-Aurora Yes N/A N/A N/A
Mesa Community College Yes 100% 70% 13%
Blessing Rieman College of Nursing Yes N/A N/A 55%
University of Northwestern-St. Paul Yes 60% 100% 63%
University of Phoenix-Bay Area Campus Yes 100% 96% 15%
Mercy College Yes 64% 93% 29%
Dakota State University Yes 92% 95% 44%

Liberal Studies at a Glance

Number of Degrees Conferred in Liberal Studies

    • 27,283 Bachelor's Degrees in
      Liberal Studies
      • 32% Male
      • 68% Female
    • 2,317 Master's Degrees in
      Liberal Studies
      • 38% Male
      • 62% Female
    • 10 Doctoral Degrees in
      Liberal Studies
      • 10% Male
      • 90% Female