liberal studies


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liberal studies

n
(Education) (functioning as singular) Brit a supplementary arts course for those specializing in scientific, technical, or professional studies
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It is time that villages were universities, and their elder inhabitants the fellows of universities, with leisure -- if they are, indeed, so well off -- to pursue liberal studies the rest of their lives.
She recognized the architectural college, with social justice at the core of its mission, needed to do more than just duplicate the liberal studies courses of other universities.
8220;The opportunity to explore numerous areas of interest with the flexibility of a liberal studies degree from William Peace University was a blessing,” said King.
These preambular statements may seem out of character, but they serve to illuminate one of the key points of this paper that deliberate under-funding arising fundamentally from ignorance which has considerably diminished the significance and contribution of liberal studies to society, whereas in point of fact, it (liberal studies) ought to be the animator, illuminator, guide and guard of science and mankind.
What about earning a business or liberal studies degree?
The introduction of Liberal Studies as a compulsory subject in secondary schools may eventually contribute--at least in part--to the elimination of history in some secondary schools.
With a career-long dedication to regeneration and challenging poverty, he worked in the Co-operative movement from the early 70s, following early stints in lecturing in government and liberal studies.
He earned a bachelor's degree in Liberal Studies from Regents College/SUNY.
For example, West Virginia University Admissions & Records (2004) justifies the university's Liberal Studies program by noting that "[i]n our world of rapid economic, social, and technological change, universities recognize that a broad educational foundation is necessary for the life-long learning that makes meaningful careers and other goals attainable.
WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY Graduate program in Dance & Movement Studies, Master of Arts Liberal Studies, Middletown, CT (860) 685-3352 jcwhite&wesleyan.
in intellectual history with a specially in Native American studies from Vanderbilt University, teaches in the Liberal Studies Program at Belmont University, and is the author of, among other works, two books on the U.
Eardley, IV, is a 16-year law enforcement and security professional, holding a master's degree in liberal studies and a graduate certificate in information security from Eastern Michigan University.