University of the West Indies - Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies
The B.A. in Liberal Studies is for the many students who enter the University with multiple interests that are not easily covered by a single or even double major. This multi-disciplinary degree programme allows students to select three areas of concentration and thus design a course of study tailored to their individual interests and career goals. Graduates of the programme are expected to be lifelong adaptable learners, critical and analytic thinkers, capable researchers and communicators. This programme provides a basis for postgraduate degree study in the areas of concentration of their programme.
Career paths include, but are not limited to:- Editor, Journalist, Publicist, Entry-Level Management Personnel, Social Services, Human Relations Officer, Para-Professional Librarian, Policy Analyst, Minister, Public Relations Personnel, Urban Planner/City Manager, Legislative Assistant, Lobbyist, Politician, Non-Profit Organization Director, College Recruiter, Customer Service Representative, Creative Writer, Copywriter, Advertising Account Executive, Grant Writer, Speech Writer, Anchorperson, Training Specialist, Medical Communications Trainer, Archivist, Museum manager, Elementary/Middle School Education, Business, English, History, Journalism, Library Science, Law, Medical and Health Science, Natural Science, Psychology, Sociology, Speech, Communication.
- Listing ID: 4320
- Institution Category: Universities
- Institution Type: Public
- Field of Study: Humanities and Education
- Awarding Body: The University of the West Indies
- Qualification Level:
- Education Sector: Higher Education
- ISCED Code: 03 Social Sciences, Journalism and Information- 031 Social and Behavioural Sciences- 0314 Sociology and Cultural Studies
- Qualification Developer: The University of the West Indies
- Quality Assurance Body: University Council of Jamaica (UCJ)
- Entry Requirements: Five CSEC subjects (General Proficiency Grades I-III) which must include English Language and Two double units CAPE or equivalent.
- Number of Credits: 90