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138 Degrees from 29 Schools

Online Schools Offering Liberal Studies Degrees

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Guide to Online Schools lists 142 humanities and sciences programs in many specialized areas like writing, biology, English, math, and history. These programs are offered through 29 colleges and universities. Read out online student reviews to learn more about student experiences at individual colleges; overall, our reviewers gave a 0 percent recommendation rate to the schools offering humanities and sciences degrees. Career helpfulness ratings for these programs range from 0 to 0 percent.

Certificate Associate Bachelor's Master's Doctorate
Annual Tuition Certificate $15,136 Associate $15,144 Bachelor's $15,026 Master's $14,465 Doctorate $13,199
Annual Earnings (mid-career) -- -- Bachelor's $54,620 Master's $70,736 Doctorate $84,803

Humanities and sciences programs are available at every degree level, from the associate to the doctorate. These programs teach students to think critically and clearly express their ideas; students also leave the program with a functional knowledge of a particular discipline. Associate programs can be used to transfer to a four-year university or to enter industries like human services and sales. The bachelor's degree delves much more deeply into the student's focus area, including research methods in their given subject. Bachelor's programs can lead to a variety of careers in business, marketing, research assisting, writing, and editing. A master's degree is often the entry-level requirements for research positions in humanities and science areas; positions in academia typically require a PhD.

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Find a Liberal Studies School
138 Degrees from 29 Schools

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