York College

Bachelor of Arts in General Studies

General Studies is an interdepartmental program that allows students to build their own degree plan based on interests that may not be met by any single major or department. A general studies degree combines primary and secondary concentrations with electives to create a tailor-made degree. Students with General Studies Degrees have the ability to enter a wide-range of professional fields and many use the degree to allow them to enter graduate or professional training programs. The primary and secondary areas of concentration must be taken from different departments. Students accepted into this degree program will be assigned to an advisor from their primary area of concentration.

Students may choose from the following areas of concentrations:

  • Behavioral Sciences
  • Biblical Studies
  • Business
  • English
  • Fine Arts and Communication
  • History
  • Natural Sciences and Mathematics
  • Physical Education

NOTE: The Bachelor of Arts in General Studies program is pending HLC approval.

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