School of General Studies
The School of General Studies (GENS) oversees the University curriculum's "commons," the place where students and faculty with various specializations explore the world of knowledge, ideas, and issues, often in an interdisciplinary way. For those whose personal goals or career aspirations are not met by an existing academic program, General Studies offers a Liberal Studies (B.A.) degree. This program allows students, with guidance of two faculty and the Dean of General Studies, to shape an interdisciplinary course of study that meets their needs and interests.
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Philanthropic contributions are essential for innovative academic programming and student enrichment opportunities. We offer a diverse number of minors and student-learning experiences with programs and services that include the Holocaust Resource Center, International Education and the Tutoring Center. Your support provides our students with access to classes and programs that supplement and challenge major coursework and prepare our students for the changing workplace.
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