Our online liberal arts and sciences degrees help you craft vital skills in communication, critical thinking and problem-solving— which apply to a wide range of careers. Develop your abilities to become an asset in almost any industry.
Besides equipping you with skills to pursue a brighter future, our programs are built around the life you have now. You’ll take just one course at a time to earn your degree, and each one is just 5-6 weeks long. Which means that if family and work are at the top of your priority list, they can stay there.
You’ll have opportunities to receive credit for your prior academic and professional experience, potentially shortening your time to completion and saving you money.
We’ve lowered tuition and locked it in for the duration of your liberal arts and sciences degree. So, you can count on your tuition to be as dependable as your education.
You have 8-10 opportunities all year long to start one of our bachelor degrees, so you can begin when it best suits your schedule.
Select your liberal arts and sciences degree, course or certificate.
Complete your application on your own or with the help of an enrollment representative.
Register for class and get ready for the first day of school.
The term “liberal studies” refers to an education that spans a wide variety of topics. You’ll study art, social science and natural science.
Liberal arts and sciences degrees include many different disciplines, and the types of jobs vary greatly among the disciplines. The two liberal arts and sciences degree programs offered at the University of Phoenix are a Bachelor of Arts in English (BA/ENG) and a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science (BS/EVS). Examples of the types of jobs aligned with our BA/ENG program include content editors, 作者, 还有文案编辑. Examples of the types of jobs aligned to our BS/EVS program include compliance officers, 调查人员, 和检查人员.
Expect to spend approximately four years earning your bachelor’s degree.
*While widely available, not all programs are available to residents of all states. Please check with a University Enrollment Representative.