SCHOOL OF LIBERAL ARTS

Earn a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts

 

UWest’s Liberal Arts degree program allows each student the opportunity to design their own interdisciplinary learning path. Liberal Arts majors follow their intellectual curiosity to pursue specific interests and a wide-ranging understanding of the history and sweep of human endeavor. Liberal Arts concentrations allow each student to create a cluster of courses across programs, focused on whatever sparks their intellectual passions. Liberal Arts majors graduate from UWest with a strong sense of self and an understanding of their place and purpose in the world.

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PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES

 

University of the West’s Liberal Arts degree program offers each undergraduate a self-designed cross- and interdisciplinary learning path. Liberal Arts majors follow their intellectual curiosity to pursue specific interests and a wide-ranging understanding of the history and sweep of human endeavor. Liberal Arts concentrations allow each student to create across disciplines a cluster of courses focused on whatever sparks her or his intellect. Liberal Arts majors graduate from University of the West with a strong sense of self and an understanding of how to live well and with purpose in the world.

The Bachelor of Arts degree in Liberal Arts is designed for completion in four years of full-time study.

 

Written Communication

Students communicate critical thinking, information, and ideas clearly, concisely, and persuasively following the conventions of academic writing.

Oral Communication

Students present information, ideas, and evidence of critical thinking clearly, concisely, and persuasively following the conventions of public speaking.

Quantitative Reasoning

Students create and apply to real-world issues arguments supported by quantitative evidence and clearly communicated using words, tables, graphs, and mathematical equations.

Information Literacy

Students determine the nature and extent of information needed, evaluate information and sources critically, and access and use information ethically and legally.

Character

Students relate General Education course content to their own self-exploration, goals, and character development.

Service

Students recognize the importance of service-oriented approaches to people, society, and the environment, and they find ways to serve others.

SCHOLARSHIPS & FINANCIAL AID

 

90% of our students currently receive some form of aid.

 

At UWest, we are committed to providing a high-quality education at a low price. From tuition waivers to scholarships, our dedication to providing exceptional financial aid services starts with your eligibility. As part of our mission to be accessible to students of all backgrounds, we will work together with you and your family to ensure the most affordable and valuable college experience possible.

UWest offers one of the lowest tuition rates of any private University in the nation, one-third the cost of many of the other private schools in Southern California.

SCHOOL OF LIBERAL ARTS

Earn a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts

 

UWest’s Liberal Arts degree program allows each student the opportunity to design their own interdisciplinary learning path. Liberal Arts majors follow their intellectual curiosity to pursue specific interests and a wide-ranging understanding of the history and sweep of human endeavor. Liberal Arts concentrations allow each student to create a cluster of courses across programs, focused on whatever sparks their intellectual passions. Liberal Arts majors graduate from UWest with a strong sense of self and an understanding of their place and purpose in the world.

LEARN MORE

Fill out the simple form below to speak with an Admissions Counselor today!

CALL US

(855) 468-9378

PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES

 

University of the West’s Liberal Arts degree program offers each undergraduate a self-designed cross- and interdisciplinary learning path. Liberal Arts majors follow their intellectual curiosity to pursue specific interests and a wide-ranging understanding of the history and sweep of human endeavor. Liberal Arts concentrations allow each student to create across disciplines a cluster of courses focused on whatever sparks her or his intellect. Liberal Arts majors graduate from University of the West with a strong sense of self and an understanding of how to live well and with purpose in the world.

The Bachelor of Arts degree in Liberal Arts is designed for completion in four years of full-time study.

 

Written Communication

Students communicate critical thinking, information, and ideas clearly, concisely, and persuasively following the conventions of academic writing.

Oral Communication

Students present information, ideas, and evidence of critical thinking clearly, concisely, and persuasively following the conventions of public speaking.

Quantitative Reasoning

Students create and apply to real-world issues arguments supported by quantitative evidence and clearly communicated using words, tables, graphs, and mathematical equations.

Information Literacy

Students determine the nature and extent of information needed, evaluate information and sources critically, and access and use information ethically and legally.

Character

Students relate General Education course content to their own self-exploration, goals, and character development.

Service

Students recognize the importance of service-oriented approaches to people, society, and the environment, and they find ways to serve others.

SCHOLARSHIPS & FINANCIAL AID

 

90% of our students currently receive some form of aid.

 

At UWest, we are committed to providing a high-quality education at a low price. From tuition waivers to scholarships, our dedication to providing exceptional financial aid services starts with your eligibility. As part of our mission to be accessible to students of all backgrounds, we will work together with you and your family to ensure the most affordable and valuable college experience possible.

UWest offers one of the lowest tuition rates of any private University in the nation, one-third the cost of many of the other private schools in Southern California.