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The general education courses support the mission and philosophy of Liberty University. All associate and bachelor degree seeking students are required to complete the general education requirements.
The courses below have been approved to satisfy general education elective requirements through transfer or residency. Students should not take courses at another institution without first completing a Transient Request (RTTAC).
Associate programs require a minimum of 15 semester hours (or equivalent). Baccalaureate programs require a minimum of 30 semester hours (or equivalent). These credit hours must include a minimum of one course from the following areas:
Natural Science Elective
+CRST 290 - History of Life (NSM) is a graduation requirement for Religion Majors
Restrictions may apply to some majors.
The general education component is tailored to the individual degree program by drawing from the University’s approved general education course options. The institution requires in each undergraduate degree program the successful completion of a general education component at the collegiate level that:
The courses do not narrowly focus on those skills, techniques, and procedures specific to a particular occupation or profession.
In addition to Liberty University’s general education requirements, online students may need to fulfill additional requirements established by their home states.