Liberal Arts can be studied at the undergraduate level through Brookdale’s University Partnerships. The preferred associate degree for bachelor’s degree is located at the end of the program description.
BA English, offered by Georgian Court University
If you have a passion for creativity and critical thinking, written expression or literary interpretation, you just might be an English major.
With a B.A. in English from Georgian Court University, you can pursue careers in teaching, law, administration, publishing, journalism, marketing and public relations, and so much more. Increasingly, tech companies are looking to the liberal arts majors—including those with English degrees—for their ability to synthesize detailed information, interpret complex texts, and clearly communicate.
Explore literature and writing, and learn more about the field through service learning and internship experiences. You may even travel the world with faculty members to explore the work of literary giants like Ernest Hemingway and Gertrude Stein.
Plus, as an English major, you will develop practical skills that translate seamlessly into the business world, and sharpen your ability to write and speak well. You will leave Georgian Court University with a versatile degree that offers you a flexible foundation to begin work or graduate study.
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BA Interdisciplinary Studies offered by Georgian Court University
Georgian Court University’s B.A. in interdisciplinary studies incorporates the best of everything. If you’re curious and willing to push boundaries, the GCU@Hazlet interdisciplinary studies program may be right for you. Explore a range of challenging, upper level English courses and gain exposure to new ideas—ideas that will broaden your perspective and give you flexible career options. Plus, with GCU@Hazlet, you get the benefit of faculty mentoring, networking opportunities with successful alumni, and career counseling in fields where you can put your interdisciplinary studies degree to use!
This interdisciplinary studies and inclusive elementary education program includes New Jersey’s Psychology/Elementary (K–6) Education with Teacher of Students with Disabilities (Special Education) Endorsement. You will graduate with a B.A. in Psychology with Teacher Certification
BS Labor and Employment Relations, offered by Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
The School of Management and Labor Relations (SMLR) announces a new degree completion program focused on issues in the workplace. The BS is designed so that students with associate’s degrees or equivalent credits can complete a bachelor’s degree through a flexible combination of online, weekend, evening, and/or off-campus courses. Daytime classes are also available.
The program offers a number of advantages:
- An array of valuable employment-related courses of interest to working adults
- A prestigious degree from Rutgers
- Optional minors in related subjects
- Flexibility of enrollment in the number of courses taken per term
- Flexible registration deadlines
- Personal advising
- Re-enrollment made easy for those who must interrupt their studies, and
- Non-matriculated status available for visiting students who want to try one or two courses at SMLR
Contact Joe Walsh at 732-625- 7012 to discuss specific degree requirements. For more information email questions to email@example.com To view further information about the BS in Labor Studies and Employment Relations, click here.
BA Liberal Studies, offered by Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
This degree incorporates a wide range of disciplines to develop students into life-long learners. The program graduates are capable of entering any number of job markets or continuing their education in an array of graduate degrees. Brookdale’s Humanities AA Degree: Liberal Education Option is the preferred associate degree for this program. To learn more about the Liberal Studies program click here.
BA Journalism, offered by Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
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BA Political Science, offered by Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
The Department of Political Science at Rutgers University – Camden offers a wide range of courses that students have found useful in preparation for careers in law, government service, and public affairs, as well as for graduate studies in political science and public policy. The department curriculum is designed to provide an in-depth understanding of politics and government in the United States, foreign countries, and the international system. Courses are equally valuable for career-oriented majors and for students interested in developing a well-rounded liberal arts background. Students with AA or AS degrees are eligible to apply to this program. Interested students should plan to take Introduction to Political Science before applying to Rutgers. To learn more about the Political Science program click here.
BA Psychology, offered by Georgian Court University
The B.A. in Psychology program at Georgian Court University introduces techniques for investigating and understanding human behavior.
What makes the study of psychology so special at GCU? You will learn from faculty members who are professionals in the field and deliver real-world experiences through rewarding internships and research. There are two tracks (graduate and general) that include mental health and human services, human development, business and industry, applied behavior analysis, and addictions counseling—that let you tailor the program to meet your interests and professional aspirations.
Graduates are fully equipped for employment in mental health, business, government, education, health care, and social services. For more information click here.
BA Psychology, offered by Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
The psychology program is offered through University College-Newark. Psychology is the multidimensional scientific study of behavior and thought processes. Psychology students learn the structure and function of the nervous system; basic processes such as sensation, perception, and cognition; and complex phenomena such as development, individual behavior, group dynamics, personality, and abnormal behavior. The psychology major provides students with a background for understanding behavior through exposure to theories and scientific research across a range of these subdisciplines. Students thus acquire the preparation necessary to pursue graduate training in clinical or research psychology or to enhance the pursuit of related professions such as education, social work, medicine, or criminal justice. Students with an Associate’s degree (AA or AS only) from any accredited community college are eligible to apply to the Psychology program. To learn more about the Psychology program, click here.
BA Social Work, offered by Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
The major prepares students to enter social work, a profession with a long history of concern and action for the well-being of individuals, families, groups, and communities. Students are prepared for generalist practice, with emphasis on populations at risk. The department is accredited by the Council on Social Work Education and includes academic coursework and supervised field practice. Graduates are eligible for certification by the New Jersey Board of Social Work Examiners and also for advanced standing if they pursue graduate study in social work. To learn more about the Social Work program, click here.
B.S.W. offered by Georgian Court University
GCU@Hazlet’s dual admission agreement with Brookdale Community College affords students the opportunity to begin their undergraduate studies at Hazlet and finish with a B.S.W. degree from Georgian Court University. GCU@Hazlet’s rigorous curriculum focuses on ethics, values, critical thinking, human behavior, and social and economic justice—all to prepare students to become change agents in today’s world, especially for those who are at a disadvantage. Upon graduation, students can obtain certification upon application to the State Board of Social Work Examiners. A B.S.W. degree makes students more marketable in these tough economic times. They will graduate with fieldwork experience and be able to become a habilitation specialist, an activity director, or a workshop director. Graduates are fully equipped for employment in social services, county and home health agencies, group homes, and nursing homes.
Additionally, a B.S.W. degree from GCU@Hazlet makes graduates eligible to apply for advanced standing when pursuing a Master of Social Work degree. This enables students to complete their M.S.W. studies in one year rather than the traditional two years required for the program. Click here for more information.