Liberal Studies: Humanities/Social Science
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Which departments participate in the Liberal Studies: Humanities/Social Science Program?
For a complete list of academic departments offering program sequences in Liberal Studies: Humanities/Social Science, please view the program description.
Is there a graduate level program for Liberal Studies: Humanities/Social Science?
Liberal Studies: Humanities/Social Science is a Bachelor of Arts degree, a graduate degree in Liberal Studies is not currently offered by Rowan University.
What are the Liberal Studies Program application requirements?
For all incoming students, freshmen or transfer, Rowan University Admission requirements apply.
What is the deadline to apply for admission to the LS: H/SS program?
See the Office of Admission website for Rowan University application deadlines.
How do I become a Liberal Studies: Humanities/Social Science major if I am already a Rowan student?
Fill out a Change of Major form in the Center for Academic Advising & Exploration (Savitz Hall) or contact the LS: H/SS Program Coordinator.
How do I make an appointment with the Liberal Studies: Humanities/Social Science advisor?
Please contact the secretary for Interdisciplinary Studies, Christine DiBlasi (856-256-5490, email@example.com), to schedule an appointment with the program advisor.
How many transfer credits does the Liberal Studies: Humanities/Social Science major accept?
Up to 90 transfer credits may be accepted; however, students must still meet general education, Rowan experience and specific sequence and major requirements.
Is there a GPA requirement for Liberal Studies: Humanities/Social Science?
The Liberal Studies: Humanities/Social Science program GPA follows the minimum Rowan University GPA requirement of 2.0.
Can I take a course for my major at another college?
Yes, provided 1) you have not reached the maximum number of credits permitted for the Program Sequence and 2) the course transfers as an equivalent to the Rowan requirement. Course Equivalents must be checked before registering at another college (see the Office of the Registrar website under Course Equivalents) or consult with the LS: H/SS Program Coordinator.