Following is a complete listing of the majors and minors offered at Liberty. Concentrations and cognates within given majors are listed under the major. Liberty University defines a Concentration as a specific grouping of 18 or more credit hours that may be offered within the requirements for an Undergraduate Major or Graduate Program. A Cognate is defined as a specific grouping of 9 to 17 credit hours that may be offered within the requirements for an Undergraduate Major or Graduate Program.
Unless published in this Catalog, no other undergraduate degree programs or major and minor fields can be offered by Liberty and students must be aware that Liberty has no responsibility to offer any degree program, major, or minor unless such information is found in this publication. At least 50% of the semester hours in the major for any program of study or minor must be earned at Liberty University with the exception of the A.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies.
The requirements for graduation for all undergraduate programs are listed in this Catalog and on Degree Completion Plans (DCP) or Certificate Completion Plans (CCP) which are available on the web at http://www.liberty.edu/index.cfm?PID=2981.
Early Childhood Education Interdisciplinary Studies (non-licensure)
Elementary Education Interdisciplinary Studies (non-licensure)
Special Education Interdisciplinary Studies (non-licensure)
Early Childhood Education (non-licensure)
Education (non-licensure) ¹
|¹Available through Liberty University en Español|
Additional information regarding specific degree programs can be found at http://www.liberty.edu/online . Programs offered by Liberty University en Español are located at at http://www.liberty.edu/online/lue-inicio/.
DEGREE COMPLETION PLANS
The requirements for graduation for all undergraduate programs are listed in this Catalog and on Degree Completion Plans (DCP) which are available on the web at http://www.liberty.edu/dcps.
The Liberty University Center for Professional and Continuing Education offers, through its residential and online programs, professional development and personal enrichment courses to meet community and individual needs. The Professional and Continuing Education component consists of instructional services, consultation, technical assistance, and community education interests. These opportunities are available in various residential and online venues: conferences, workshops, classes, etc. The principal unit awarded for participation in these non-degree credit activities is the certificate of the Continuing Education Unit (CEU).
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