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B.A. in Liberal Studies

PEARL C. SCHAFFER SCHOOL OF EDUCATION

The BA in Liberal Studies is designed to offer the student a broad, interdisciplinary program of study, the epitome of the liberal arts education.

Designed for the student who desires an interdisciplinary degree, liberal studies incorporate English/Communications, Science/Mathematics, Social Science, and Fine Arts/Humanities. Firmly grounded in the Biblical doctrine of the university, the degree program allows students to develop a biblical worldview as they study the various disciplines to sharpen their skills in communication, collaboration, and critical thinking.

  • Graduates pursue careers in business, athletics, teaching, or creative paths.

  • This degree has built-in flexibility, making it notably transfer-friendly.

  • Well-rounded curriculum allows students to focus on more than one area of interest

See the full B.A. in Liberal Studies degree checklist: Degree Checklist


Teaching Credential Program: TMU has a California-approved teacher preparation program leading to either the Preliminary Multiple Subject or Single Subject Teaching Credential. Each program is a two-semester program (Fall start) and includes structured fieldwork and student teaching. Learn more about the 5th Year Teaching Credential.

Master of Education (M.Ed): The Master’s University Online Master of Education in Teaching develops educational professionals, equipping them to integrate the Word of God into all aspects of the classroom. Learn more about the M.Ed

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Core Courses

General Education: 40
Bible: 21
Major Core Courses: 18-24
English/Communication (18-24 units)
Science/Mathematics (18-24 units)
Social Science (18-24 units)
Humanities/Fine Arts (18-24 units)
B121 Essentials of Christian Thought
BTH321/2 Christian Theology I and II
ED402 Liberal Studies Senior Capstone

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