Rowan University
Liberal Studies: Humanities/Social Science
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Major Requirements

In place of one concentrated major, courses will be completed in two program areas by choosing one Program Sequence A and one Program Sequence B OR two Program A Sequences. Each Program Sequence requires completion of a minimum of one Intro Level Course, designated number of Upper Level Courses and the Senior Level Capstone/Requirement plus a minimum number of Free Elective credits. Required Free Elective credits may also be completed as a third Program Sequence provided Program A and B requirements are met..

Other major requirements include 6 credits of History/Humanities/Language chosen from Approved General Education Courses, 6 credits of Social and Behavioral Science chosen from Approved General Education Courses, and 11 credits of Non-Program courses. General Education and Rowan Experience requirements will complete the requisite 120 credits to obtain the Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies: Humanities/Social Science.

Liberal Studies: Humanities/Social Science as a dual major for Teacher Certification requires choosing Program Sequences in approved Education subject areas.

Program Sequence A Subject Areas:

Africana Studies

American Studies

Applied Spanish

Economics

English

Geography

History

Law & Justice Studies

Philosophy

Philosophy & Religion

Political Science

Sociology


Program Sequence B Subject Areas:

Advertising in the Workplace

Applied Computing

Art History

Asian Studies

Dance

Journalism

Mathematics

Perspectives of Business

Physical Science: Chemistry

Physical Science: General Chemistry & Physics

Physical Science: Physics

Physics

Public Relations in the Workplace

Theater

Urban Studies

Women’s and Gender Studies

Writing Arts