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 received an associate of applied science degree in 1999 and an associate of liberal studies in 2005, and earned a bachelor's degree from Columbia College in 2008.
when Bannon McHenry, Fordham College of Liberal Studies will] present "Forgotten Renwick"
West Side Education Initiative: Grand Valleys Liberal Studies Accelerated Leadership program for adult learners has partnered with Harrison Park and Westwood schools, and the West Grand Rapids Neighborhood Association on multiple projects to create a college-going culture among students.
Multi-published historical romance author Collette Cameron has a BS in Liberal Studies and a Master's in Teaching.
Matynia (sociology and liberal studies, New School for Social Research) describes examples of what she calls "performative democracy," which is a temporary phenomenon, an emergent public sphere, that involves local people talking to each other in public in order to illuminate the reality around them and find ways to change it.
Andrews has a bachelor of arts from Charter Oak College and a master of arts in liberal studies from Wesleyan University.
Under the Community Scholar Academic Scholarship program, five QCC students will be chosen each year to receive partial tuition for up to 12 credits at BU's Metropolitan College (MET) to pursue a bachelor's degree part time at night in the fields of biomedical and laboratory clinical sciences, computer science, criminal justice, liberal studies and management studies.
He also holds a masters degree in liberal studies with concentration in international relations from the City University of New York.
With its main campus in Garden City and centers in Manhattan, Hauppauge, and Poughkeepsie, the University, chartered in 1896, maintains a commitment to liberal studies in tandem with rigorous professional preparation and active citizenship.
For scholars, teachers, students, and general readers, Power (liberal studies, U.
Association for General and Liberal Studies (AGLS) and Association for Integrative Studies (AIS) Joint Conference "Integrations: Liberal Learning in a Diverse World" Fairfax, VA www.ncc.gmu.edu/integrations/registration.html