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General Education

General Education at Liberty University

Ignite your passion to discover, experience, and learn. General Education classes (Gen Eds) at Liberty University will help to shape and mold your values, knowledge, and skills. These classes give you a broad experience right at the start of college.

Explore what career choice is right for you as you take courses in core subject areas like communication, science, biblical studies, and technology.

At Liberty University, you’ll benefit from the dynamic integration of a biblical worldview in your general education studies.

Get even more than you already expect out of your Liberty education through classes that will broaden your interests and help you develop in your Christian faith. Consider Gen Eds your starting point. From here, you’ll transition into your major, fully prepared for success.


Contact the General Education Faculty and Staff by emailing GenEd@liberty.edu

DeMoss Hall, Room 1100

(855) 466-9218 (Toll-Free)
(434) 592-5948 (Direct)

(434) 592-4110

Prepare for Your Future with Gen Eds

With Gen Eds, you’ll gain the foundational values, knowledge, and skills that will help to expand your horizons and open doors of opportunity in your future, equipping you to become active participants in God’s redemptive work as it relates to that field.

Gen Ed Elective Information

Gen Ed Topic Areas

Communication & Information Literacy
Discover, analyze, evaluate, and communicate information through a variety of media and communicative acts.

Critical Thinking
Use analytical, evaluative, logical, and reasonable patterns of thought to establish coherent beliefs, ethics, and strategic decisions.

Civic & Global Engagement
Engage local, national, and global structures as an informed follower of Christ.

Social & Scientific Inquiry
Employ established methods of exploring the social and natural sciences in order to understand the human experience of various social structures and the natural world.

Christianity & Contexts
Employ sound methods of interpreting and applying Scripture in order to foster a Christian worldview and relate to God’s past, present, and future redemptive work.

Technological Solutions & Quantitative Reasoning
Apply technology and mathematics to analyze information, establish plans, and predict outcomes in various contexts.

Start Your Journey as a Student at Liberty

Student Support

Academic Success Center

Browse the services and programs available through the Academic Success Center (ASC) located in DeMoss Hall.

Residential Advising

Plan your educational journey and find academic support with our professional advisors.

Online Advising

Prepare for success by taking advantage of resources offered by the online Academic Advising department.


Why general education is important:

Mason Meyer

The general education courses have been a good introduction to college and have helped me develop study habits for my major.

They have helped me narrow down what I want to do for my career.

Wallace Canada

My experiences with Gen Ed courses have greatly improved my study habits and helped me adjust to taking college-level classes.

EVAN 101 helped broaden my Christian worldview and reminded me to keep an open mind to others with different beliefs, while treating them with respect and love. This class is extremely engaging and fun to be in. If I could, I would take it again!

David Over

Gen Eds were a good way to ease me into a college workload. I think I would have had a much harder time diving right into major specific classes without knowing what I was getting into first.

INFT was critical in making my other classes go smoothly. I wasn’t super technically competent before I got here, but I feel I have been effectively prepared for a professional workplace.

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